Television Should Be Shared With Friends
If you’re like most people, you have a television in your living room. In fact, it’s probably the most important part of your home – right up there with the bed and kitchen. The television can become an escape for you from the real world. When you’re watching your favorite shows, you can forget about everything else going on in your life. You can focus entirely on your favorite shows with no distractions. There is, however, a few rules you should follow if you want to use your television to its fullest potential.
The first rule is to never
Ever watch the TV during commercials. This one may seem like a no-brainer, but it’s not. Television companies want you to watch their shows. If you can’t watch them while they’re airing, you’ll probably tune out in a heartbeat. Your promo code won’t get you through all of them, either.
Another rule you should follow is to keep your television away from children. Children are fascinated by the bright colors and the sound of the television. They may even fall asleep while they are watching it. Don’t let a little body of yours fall victim to the TV. The second rule is to turn off the sound when it’s too late to turn it back on. It might seem like a big rule, but you’d be surprised how often it’s broken.
The third rule is pretty basic
But it’s something you should remember regardless of what type of television set you have. Don’t watch your television while you’re talking on the phone. Even if you’re just calling your best friend, don’t put the phone down to watch a show. Our mother always told us not to watch television when we weren’t around. If you absolutely must watch a show, make sure you turn the sound off before you turn away from the screen.
One of our favorite rules involves colors and backgrounds. If you have a television that looks like a green, blue, or purple box, try moving it around. Find another spot in the room that looks better. Sometimes it’s fun to hop from one color to another, especially if your current color is really drab. Remember that lighter colors tend to be easier to see on the television, so try to paint the walls a different color than your current paint.
The fourth rule is simple but incredibly effective. Turn your television off whenever you leave the house. Yes, it’s easier said than done, but it’s true. If your television is an extension of your home, then you should be able to enjoy it as much as you would with anyone else in the home. Television is not something you can take out of the living room. Therefore, you should never, ever, take it out of the living room.
The fifth rule is probably the most obvious
DO NOT REMOVE YOUR TELEGRANTS! Some people might assume that they can just toss their television back into their living room, but this is not a solution. Television cables are fragile and can be damaged quite easily. Furthermore, it will take special cleaning fluids to get all of the dirt and grime off of your television. You don’t want to risk damaging your television by removing it, so please avoid removing it in any way.
Last but certainly not least, the sixth rule of thumb for a television in the living room is to ADD FRIENDS. By living with a friend, you are given the opportunity to discuss the television you have with them. This alone is enough reason to invite a friend over to watch television with you. If you are able to find a friend who shares the same enthusiasm for watching television as you do, you may want to make a date to start watching the television together. I can assure you that you will both love it.