Communication is Key

He had good intentions. He meant well. He was trying to make the best decision for the family.

He got Direct T.V. Now.

Without asking his wife.

I have never paid for t.v. in my life. This goes against my entire belief of how t.v. should be utilized. I don’t pay for t.v. It doesn’t own me. I certainly wouldn’t succumb to the facile idealism of the rest of society.

“It’s just a 3 month trial. We’ll be splitting it with my brother so it will only be $25 tops.” Sure. Like we are going to indulge for 3 months and then say, “Nah, this is something I no longer enjoy. Let’s give it up.”

A gal can hope.

3 months, people. We have committed to 3 months.

There is no way I am telling my parents and siblings that I pay for t.v.

No way.

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6 thoughts on “Communication is Key

  1. This is so funny. Our husbands. We pay for cable and I think it’s for fishing/hunting shows and sports. I won’t tell you what it costs. My husband bought surround sound with sub-woofers for our tv in our house without my knowledge. Oh my heavens – my floors and walls shake! Augh! I feel your pain!

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