Sunday, December 30, 2007

I think I'll wed the TV..


Yesterday, I spent 11 and half continous hours of TV watching. I started watching TV as a resort to do nothing, but I kept watching movies, serials and other factual variety programmes for almost full of the day. I started at 10am and continued till 11.30 pm(ofcourse with breaks for necessities). After a point, I continued just to test my endurance and my prolonged enthusiasm. I enjoyed every moment of it and never felt bored. I think I really love the television and I'm thinking if I can marry it. A few reasons I could think of supporting my thoughts :


1. I enjoy the company of TV always.

2. I can mute it anytime I want to(or atleast the volume control is with me).

3. I can change channels whenever I want to(or the thoughts of TV).

4. I dont have to take it wherever I go.

5. And above all, I can switch it off, whenever I feel it's enough.


[Just that I get some headache if I keep seeing it. That's anyways a known compromise!]

12 comments:

Narayanan said...

I thought wedding with a notebook would be much more beneficial:) -
1. u see, it can be concealed / can be flaunted when ever needed
2. U can upgrade / downgrade
3. Re visit the existing applications and can optimise the performance

Arun Sundar said...

Yup :)

I liked the concealing concept though(which is not there in the TV!)

I said...

ellam vaaliba thimiru.

Arun Sundar said...

:)

ela said...

Arun, why would u want to conceal ur legally wedded TV? Anyway it(she) is going to sit all day at home while u can go out and flirt 'all that u can' and when u come back there is not going to be any questions!

Arun Sundar said...

No, concealing from other people is what I meant ;)

U know I'm a little possessive :)

ela said...

What......... i thought our indian guys love to group together and watch cricket matches (atleast).......u seem to be different...so possessive about ur TV.......hmmmmmmm

Arun Sundar said...

En pondatti dhaaaaaan...Enakku mattum dhaan...

(In case u didnt get that, means My wife is only for me!)

And strictly no group viewing of Cricket matches...Let them get their own TV or share their TV.

I know where this group viewing would lead to... ;)

ela said...

achchachooo........unga pondattiya neengalae nalla vachi konga.....

it just happens to be that i am a very men friendly women, so i didn't get offended by ur first comment about concealing a women......be careful.....some women lib members will be grossly offended by that.....


BTW, ur blog is quite interesting....atleast makes my evening an interesting one while i wait for my experiments to be over...

Arun Sundar said...

First of all, I didn't know you are a lady(sorry, somehow I assumed so!).

Yeah, i realise some women-lib people would get offended. (And it has happened too, in one of my other posts!)

And Thanks for u'r compliments about my blog. I feel so good to hear some thing like that(just like everybody else in this world!).

[P.S : Now, i get "flirt all that you can" from u'r first comment!]

ela said...

now u definitely ask for trouble....enna lady innu assume pannikittu appuraom ethukku enkittae enn pondatti thaan ennakku mattum thaan innu sanda pottinga?

And sorry....it's late and my brain is tired...so i am unable to completely grasp ur P.S. implications.....

Arun Sundar said...

I thought/assumed you were a guy. Thats y said "my pondatti, mine wonly" and all those stuffs.

And saying something like "Flirt all that u can" is a very girl-thing. It didnt strike to me bk then though. Neways...