Six Word Saturday:
Christmas TV. Commercial Overload. Shutting down.
It’s Christmas Eve. Christmas movies!
But watching TV isn’t about watching a movie anymore. It’s about watching bits and pieces, only to be bothered by commercials. Repeatedly.
And though I love to see George Clooney, the Nespresso ‘Swamp’ commercial turned up about six time in one evening. Too much Volluto, and not enough Decommercialato!
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Happy Holidays 😀
8 thoughts on “Decommercialato!”
Well…i see the commercial far too often now. My dear husbie watches darts @ RTL 7 and they “break up” to much for news and commercial minutes. Mr. Clooney is to be seen in all of them . And as i made an agreement with myself to take it slow this week, i’m on the couch next to him reading away my “Libelle’s” that piled up in corner of my livingroom. (last one i read before i started again this week was from May 2010; lot of reading up to do 😉 )
That indeed is a LOT to read haha, 1.5 years of Libelles! Have fun.
And don’t forget to drink coffee 😉 Or tea. Why doesn’t George make ads for tea?
Maybe because teabags don’t look like little jewels like the cups of….what else?
;-p And thanks i’m reading myself through oktober 2010 now, 🙂
Perhaps we should ask the guy. If he drinks decaf, he will probably also drink tea 😉 or… what else. LOL.
Have fun reading. We’re going to watch Top Gear.
It’s why I record everything and ff through it.
A digital recorder would be ideal in your situation.
I’m very picky about what to watch, hardly watch anything for that matter. Except when I’m ill, then I’ll absorb every sentimental – preferably old – movie and thriller in sight 😉
In Australia we have a public broadcaster without ads. It usually has the best programs too! You remind me to count my blessings.
We should count our blessings more often eh? 🙂
Merry Christmas Rosemary, and all the best in 2012.