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Posted: 02-Nov-2008, 01:41 AM
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Posted: 25-Feb-2009, 01:01 PM
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Why do men talk to the tv?

I get passionate about some sporting events as well, but I dont feel the need to have a conversation with half the hockey team, both coaches and every ref. And I would never do it loud enough to wake the dead! FYI: They don't hear you!


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Posted: 25-Feb-2009, 01:08 PM
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QUOTE (lschillinger @ 25-Feb-2009, 01:01 PM)
Why do men talk to the tv?


Men? You should see, or rather hear my wife when we watch "24". She literally shouts at the tv throughout the entire show!
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Posted: 25-Feb-2009, 01:11 PM
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Well it could be worse, at least that only comes on once a week. I think my husband watches every sport known to man, and yells about all of them. Anytime a day. I've tried to lie down for naps before, now I don't even bother. I now have to yell at him for yelling! LOL
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QUOTE (lschillinger @ 25-Feb-2009, 01:11 PM)
Well it could be worse, at least that only comes on once a week. I think my husband watches every sport known to man, and yells about all of them. Anytime a day. I've tried to lie down for naps before, now I don't even bother. I now have to yell at him for yelling! LOL

I don;t know whether to be embarrassed or not -- I've been a strong "communicator" with the TV all my life, whether it's sports, drama, or even a cooking show. huh.gif
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Posted: 25-Feb-2009, 03:05 PM
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I only watch 7 channels on TV, 2 News Channels, CBC and CTV, Parliament Channel, History Channel, Discovery Channel, Space, and PBS. You will note that none are Sports Channels and when the sports come on the news channels I turn it off. I have not watched a Hockey Game other than the Canadian Womens Hockey when the Olympics are on since 1973. Don't like what they call Hockey now.


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lschillinger,

I only talk to the TV when on the news they show disturbing images...like a babysitter abusing a child while secretly videotaped...this kind of images just brings me out of my skin and I become very wild and agressive and not to say the least very vulgar towards the person I see on the screen censored.gif
That is why I can't watch the news as I talk all the time and get upset while my husband is a sports fan and if he could have a 100 TV set in the basement to watch everything at the same time he would but he never talks back to the TV though...no after a while all I hear is him snoring sleep1.gif

So much for a sports fan....men!!!!

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Posted: 26-Feb-2009, 08:14 AM
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"Talking to (at) the TV" is an interesting phenomena. Whenever the evening news is on, I only hear about the first sentence of the story, cause my wife will then go on a tirade with her two cents on the subject. I've learned to listen with one ear on her and one on the story!

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I am bad about talking to the tv also. During the presidents speech the other night, hubby got up and went into another room because I couldn't keep my mouth shut. rolleyes.gif

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Posted: 27-Feb-2009, 08:46 AM
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Okay, what I would like to know is why is it the moment I crack open a book SO finds that this is his cue to start talking about his day or other topics??????

Meanwhile, there was ample time prior to the book being opened.......Never fails....everytime.....
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QUOTE (Leelee @ 27-Feb-2009, 08:46 AM)
Okay, what I would like to know is why is it the moment I crack open a book SO finds that this is his cue to start talking about his day or other topics??????

Meanwhile, there was ample time prior to the book being opened.......Never fails....everytime.....

LeeLee I have this problem at my house to. It doesn't matter if I'm going to read, start to use the lap top or try to close my eyes. We can sit in silence for three hours and as soon as I attempt to divert my attention to something else its conversation time. I love it when I'm in the living room with him watching TV (of course its usually always one of his tv programs smile.gif ) and I say I'm going to close my eyes for a few minutes, ok he says, two minutes of silence then (of course JUST enough time to drift off), hey you know what so and so did at work today......lol. I've asked him before if he had a sensor that could detect the moment I've actually started to drift off. He likes to do this at bed time too.

As I said before, I've totally given up on napping! And I can't sleep well at night because he snores so bad!!
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So who do you think are the best dancers? Why do American men have such a hard time with dancing? Let's face it, they just don't have the same flair as South American or European men. It is almost as if they are afraid they might break something. Is it really that hard to loosen up and show passion in dancing?

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QUOTE (flora @ 11-Apr-2009, 05:03 PM)
So who do you think are the best dancers? Why do American men have such a hard time with dancing? Let's face it, they just don't have the same flair as South American or European men. It is almost as if they are afraid they might break something. Is it really that hard to loosen up and show passion in dancing?

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We just don't socialize them to do it young enough. More of them have the talent than are willing to admit it, but feel foolish or exposed to ridicule from their peers. The culture has to value a really dashing male dancer for them to take a chance. Somehow the idea that their guy friends are going to laugh at them is stronger than the idea that it might make them a chick magnet.

Talking about European men with the flair: Did you ever see that neat little film with Antonio Banderas called "Take the Lead"? A little bit corny, as a film (supposedly based on a true story) about a French dance teacher that transforms a bunch of gritty city kids into a terrific dance troupe, but the effect of a guy who really knows how to dance, including all the manners and courtesies to the woman that go with it, on the women in the film is fun to see.
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You got it. I can dance a little but I am "stiff and uncomfortable and it shows.

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