Ever wonder what the inside of your giant flat screen looks like? What makes that vivid picture on your screen? What mysteries lie concealed behind the thin plastic layer on the reverse side?
Yeah, neither did I, but here we are.
Our Vizio went out last week and the repair guy got here today to fix it. He replaced two parts and put it all back together. The T.V turned on, stayed on during the set up process, and then promptly turned off again.
So, what does this mean? It means that we wait until next week for Vizio to call us to set up another appointment. It’s cool. It’s not like this would have been the perfect weekend to try out that fancy sound bar and have a movie night since everyone is gone expect for the two of us. It’s not like this break from school would have been an absolute perfect time to finally take a break and see what’s on Netflix. Nope. It’s cool. We’ll just sit here and stare the gigantic Vizio corpse in the living room.
In light of this, we’re just going to have to find other ways to occupy our time this weekend.
Maybe I could do what this guy did.
I mean, I can’t eat pancakes in front of my T.V anymore, why not in the middle of an intersection?
This cracks me up. I mean, what the heck? I’d so love to meet this guy! He gets to go to court for eating pancakes in the street. How awesome is that? And not just, like, walking down the street eating pancakes, because that’d be ridiculous. He’s got a tray table and a bottle of syrup!! Omg. If Kiaron Thomas ever stumbles across my blog, I hope he leaves a comment and gets in contact with me, because he’s definitely my kind of people.
I decided a long time ago that if ever I was going to get in trouble, enough to get arrested or have to go to court for, it’d have to have a great story behind it. Eating a pancake breakfast in the street is a frickin’ awesome reason.
I’m a little bit envious.
Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to go make some pancakes now…