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Old 05-07-2013, 12:27 PM   #5441
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Uh OH. Now you have done it. You do realize who The Princess is married to? Only she can make remarks of unhappiness regarding the Shrek. That is the privelidge reserved only for the wife.
Laughing! Hey, I like ogres I just don't need to know what's in their ears.

Same for people, cats, dogs, giraffes...
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Old 05-07-2013, 12:27 PM   #5442
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So, Will F...
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Old 05-07-2013, 10:51 PM   #5443
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You know you're a nurse when...nudity does nothing for you. Thanks for no spoilers...
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Old 05-07-2013, 11:05 PM   #5444
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i can't imagine how male gynecologists feel. they must have wives that are wonderfully intellectually stimulating, and hearts that love beyond bounds.

in other words, the luckiest guys on earth.


back on track, i watched "hannah" this morning. i really liked it, sort of a "bourne" thing, but with a young, teenage/ tween aged girl instead if good will hunting.
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Old 05-08-2013, 02:57 AM   #5445
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I don't go to my sisters for movie night anymore because in order for me to hear the dialogue the volume has to be too loud for everyone else.

Aaargh!!!!
"TV Ears" jharris, they work great! They are portable you could take them to your sister's house and not miss movie night. I bought DH some for Christmas a couple of years ago. I got tired of not being able to hear myself think because the TV was so loud.
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Old 05-08-2013, 03:42 AM   #5446
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"TV Ears" jharris, they work great! They are portable you could take them to your sister's house and not miss movie night. I bought DH some for Christmas a couple of years ago. I got tired of not being able to hear myself think because the TV was so loud.
Himself uses headphones. We have the TV connected to our receiver and DVD player. Whenever he watches TV or a movie alone he'll wear those so I can read in peace. I suppose if his hearing was way worse than mine he could still use them but we'd also leave the audio on for me. He got into the habit of wearing headphones in our last house since our master bedroom was directly off of the family room. If I went to be before he did I was a mere hollow core door and 20 feet away from a loud TV!
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LOL! If I'm sleeping I want to be able to hear the TV, if all I get is a murmur, I'm kept awake by trying to hear what is going on, especially if Shrek is laughing...I just gotta know!
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:07 AM   #5448
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LOL! If I'm sleeping I want to be able to hear the TV, if all I get is a murmur, I'm kept awake by trying to hear what is going on, especially if Shrek is laughing...I just gotta know!
I sleep with the TV on 90% of the time. Bad habit I guess, or I might have woken up more when my dogs alerted me to the prowlers the other month. This morning I woke up with the need to buy the Total Gym
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Old 05-08-2013, 09:16 AM   #5449
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I sleep with the TV on 90% of the time. Bad habit I guess, or I might have woken up more when my dogs alerted me to the prowlers the other month. This morning I woke up with the need to buy the Total Gym
Yeah, that's the only time I am influenced by commercials, when I'm asleep!
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"TV Ears" jharris, they work great! They are portable you could take them to your sister's house and not miss movie night. I bought DH some for Christmas a couple of years ago. I got tired of not being able to hear myself think because the TV was so loud.
That's a thought. Are they wireless?
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