Adding A Second Television

Adding A Second Television

Kristen Lubbe
Oct 11, 2010

We've talked about having a television in the bedroom several times on Unplggd and we know how strongly people are against them. The bedroom is not where this television is going — it's going in our home office.

We've been talking about purchasing a second tv for quite some time. It's not that we don't enjoy watching movies together, it's simply that one of us has a desire to play video games while the other does not. We've come to a very final decision that there will be no tv in our bedroom, so we're exploring the option of placing it in our office.

Downstairs in our living room we have our home theater set up complete with our Moxi DVR, cable box and PS3. You see, the problem is that I honestly feel bad that I don't enjoy watching my fiance play Modern Warfare, so he rarely gets to play it. Let's get something straight, it's not like I'm nagging him or not allowing him to play — it's just that we don't enjoy doing things that annoys or inconveniences the other.

He's anticipating the release of Modern Warfare Black Ops and I certainly don't want to stand in his way of playing. We've come to the conclusion that it would make both of us happy if we introduced a second tv to the house. The office was the first logical place because, well, it's already filled with tech and is a room without a bed.

So, we're officially becoming a two tv household and we're pretty excited about it. Are you a member of a multi-television household, how do you like it?

Images: Joel Pirela, Tess Carter

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