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How To Watch TV Every year, Americans watch an average of two hundred and fifty billion hours of television! Many of you are doing it wrong. How can one watch TV the wrong way, you ask? Well, before you sit down to enjoy your favorite television program, read the following steps slowly and carefully, and you too, can enjoy it the right way. Remember to read all of the steps before you sit down in front of the television, so you do not miss something important.
First of all, make sure you have some delicious snacks and drinks to accompany you on this wonderful journey. When you are selecting your food and drink, there are a few factors to think about. Make sure to bring a variety of snacks and beverages so you do not become bored with your selection. Also, you should try to select snacks that do not require cooking, and can be eaten right out of the package. You should choose drinks that do not require refrigeration; you will not want to have to get up to get them
In The Drop
The air was chilly, and there was a light mist. Every once and a while a
slight breeze would blow against my face and through my hair, and that
was the only sound I heard. The only taste was cold, damp, foggy air. I
saw no colors, just different shades of gray all around me. I looked
down at my pants and shoes, no color. My skin, my freckles, my purple
hair, all shades of gray. Even the ground I was standing on was a dark,
speckled shade of gray. The dirt, the grass, and the moss; gray. The
land looked like a monochrome rainbow. The sky was a light gray. It was
almost white, like the clouds back lit from the sun on an overcast day.
All around me were rolling hills of bleak, colorless grass and soil. I
felt like I was in the middle of nowhere, but at the same time there was
a strange feeling of peace and comfort. I was not scared, I was
curious. I wondered what else I could find in this strange, drab land.
I am not sure how lo
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