Lego movie bootleg tape story
My 12-year-old sister, Elena, was DYING to see the lego movie, since my dad owns the LEGO company, and my mom is the lead animator for universal studios. Im 16 years old, so when they have to work, I babysit her. And you know what, babysitting her is actually quite fun! However, she's now traumatized because of what happened last week, and so now, I'm here to tell YOU guys what happened. (Ages 11+)
The story (pt 1)
So, last night my sister came home with this tape. Here's how the conversation went:
Me: what's that? Elena: a VHS tape of the lego movie. Me: where did you get that? Elena: the VHS store down the street. Me: do you want me to burn it onto a DVD? Elena: well... ok. (30 mins later) Me: ok, its done, but can i check the DVD first? Elena: ok, but please make it quick!
That was when I put the DVD into the disc drive of my PC and hit the 'PLAY' button. Everything was fine, until the "Everything is awesome" scene began. Once it began, the DVD ejected by itself. I was like 'WTF?' I then pushed the disc back in, just to make sure i didn't hit eject. This time i had not leaned on my laptop, but the same thing happened. "May I have the DVD now, please?" Elena asked. That girl has such a way with manners. I then handed the disc to her. "Would you like to watch it with me?" She asked. "Sorry, Elena. I have to study for a test."
To be continued...