Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Oh God...

Casey has no idea what she's getting herself in for, trying to catch up on watching all the episodes of Chuck. It's completely ruined my chances of sewing tonight... it never ends... each episode rolls into the next and you can't go do something else or even go to sleep... it's horrible.

What's not horrible is my pretty little (well, it's getting kinda big) pile of tissue pouches.


Good blend of cool grown up, cutesy kid and even a few Christmas ones, cause I have a nasty habit of buying it in the post Christmas sales and I've never used it for anything, and it seemed like a good time.

Whoops, I got distracted and watched another episode.

I've only got 7 more. It has to end eventually...

...Right?

5 comments:

  1. I have only watched the first episode of Chuck. Should I even bother asking you if it's worth watching the rest? LOL

    I'm currently catching up on Desperate Housewives, which I always thought would be so stupid and I'd hate it. Turns out there's a lot of mystery and humor in it, which makes it fun to watch. I have about two seasons left and I'll be caught up! I watch it while I'm sewing late at night.

    ~ Meagan

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  2. Watching a series on DVD is so addicitive. If I tell you which series I do it with I'll completely give away my age and you'll all think I'm a dag so I wont spill.

    Love the tissues pouches. And you could make a Christmas quilt with your fabric you know.

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  3. If I had to describe it, I'd say that Chuck is the storyline of Alias, in the tone of Psych, with a supporting cast from The Big Bang Theory, but dumber.

    I really struggle to watch a new TV show while sewing. I like to have stuff I've seen before playing in the background, but if it's something new I find myself staring blankly at it and not getting anything done. Still, it's not as bad as when you get caught up in a book, because then you really cant do anything.

    My favourite show is Top Gear. I'm a 22 year old girl, (not exactly prime demographic) so I'm not one to judge based on what shows people like. And I quite firmly believe we should take pride in being dags. While everyone else is working hard to look cool, us dags are effortlessly getting on with enjoying ourselves.

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  4. Watching the shows while I sew, is why I stay up until 4 in the morning, while only accomplishing a 1 AM amount of work!

    There are 2 FNSI's for December, and I have a ton of Christmas work to finish up. So for this month, I may just watch movies I've seen a million times, instead.

    ~ Meagan

    BTW: it's fun hanging out on your page. I've learned a new Australian word today! (I had to look "dag" up on wikipedia! LOL)

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  5. For an in-depth discussion on being a dag, might I suggest the blog of your fellow commenter Mrs P? She's getting a bit angsty about it, and I need everyone to go and reassure her that it's great being a dag, and to own it, and be empowered by it.

    Once upon a time, I would just watch old episodes of Top Gear while I sewed, because you can just listen without needing to see what's on the screen. But I've had my internet increased, and it's a full time job just trying to watch all the shows I download. I have enough internet to watch 3 1/2 hours of downloaded TV a day, and boy does that slow me down...

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