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    1 that doesn't get tv reception so only wiiU or dvds are played on it.

    I have people sometimes ask about a show and I am all...."I don't know." Then they ask in the same breath how I have time to study and read even though I have kids and work.

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    We've technically got 2. 1 is used as a tv and the other one is used as a computer monitor. Both in the loungroom.

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    We have 1 small tv and we don't even watch that. We are too busy doing things outside usually. The kids play computer games sometimes on the iPad though and of course I like my forums so we are not exactly 'off the grid'. I really just don't like being exposed to all the advertising.
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    1, in the lounge. I've never had a tv in a bedroom and knowing how screen time affects sleep I don't think we ever will. DH wishes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    1 that doesn't get tv reception so only wiiU or dvds are played on it.

    I have people sometimes ask about a show and I am all...."I don't know." Then they ask in the same breath how I have time to study and read even though I have kids and work.
    So true! What a waste of time watching a tv show lol - you could be gardening, painting, playing music or walking somewhere, even reading or researching is better IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tastychicken View Post
    I have people sometimes ask about a show and I am all...."I don't know." Then they ask in the same breath how I have time to study and read even though I have kids and work.
    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly39 View Post
    So true! What a waste of time watching a tv show lol - you could be gardening, painting, playing music or walking somewhere, even reading or researching is better IMHO.
    A 'waste of time' for some, and enjoyable relaxation for others! We don't all paint and play music....

    And I read, study, work, have kids AND watch TV.. gasp!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butterfly39 View Post
    So true! What a waste of time watching a tv show lol - you could be gardening, painting, playing music or walking somewhere, even reading or researching is better IMHO.
    Wow way to put down all the people who have admitted to watching tv. Its tv for goodness sake. Everything in moderation. No one is forcing you to watch it or saying rude things about people who dont watch tv.

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    One. Sometimes it would be nice to have another one when dp is watching motorsport or some other cr@p

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    Plus, I watch tv late at night mostly. Considering I have 3 children in bed, not really an ideal time to walk or garden really...

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    Wow way to put down all the people who have admitted to watching tv. Its tv for goodness sake. Everything in moderation. No one is forcing you to watch it or saying rude things about people who dont watch tv.

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    heartfelt apologies to all those offended tv watchers out there ..... Perhaps a walk would do you good


 
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