Cinema snacks to eat and avoid

Visiting the cinema to see the latest blockbuster is a great first date, a fine night out with friends or a place to take the kids that doesn't cost the earth. But what movie snacks should you eat and which should you avoid if you're looking not to expand your waistline?

Which of the following are you likely to buy at the cinema?
A small bag of pick 'n' mix
A larger bag of pick 'n' mix
A small tub of salted popcorn
A large bucket of salted popcorn
A hot dog or a burger
Just a drink
Choose the low fat option from the list below
Large bag of peanut M & Ms
Toffee covered popcorn
A small tub of Hagen Dazs ice-cream
A medium bucket of salted popcorn
A large Coca Cola
Your local cinema opens at pizzeria, what option would you buy?
Thin crust meat feast pizza
Thin crust vegetarian pizza
A stuff crust cheese feast pizza
I won't buy a pizza at teh cinema
You've just eaten a meal but your friend buys some pick 'n' mix. What do you do?
Ask your friend to get a couple of your favourite sweets and eat them during the film
Buy a selection of your own pick 'n' mix bag of sweets
You might pitch one or two sweets from your friend during the film
Your not hungry so you don't eat any sweets
Choose the low fat ice-cream option from the list below
A tub of Ben and Jerry's Chubby Hubby
A tub of Hagen Dazs Cookies and Cream
A scoop of frozen yoghurt
A frozen lolly
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