# Can this be fixed

GreenGreta
#1
If you pick up your tv and throw it on the ground and it breaks, can you fix it?

missile
#2
Short answer: No It must have been a very bad show for you to do this,i just shut mine off when some rubbish on TV offends me.

Reverend Blair
#3
Theoretically, anything can be fixed. The question you have to ask if it's worth fixing.

Ocean Breeze
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

If you pick up your tv and throw it on the ground and it breaks, can you fix it?

Greta.......now you REALLY got me curious. Were you fed up with the programming or were you trying to pitch it at someone ???

or is this a "theoretical"" question??

Twila
#5
Time to by a new tv.

GL Schmitt
#6
In a word, “YES!

It is a simple 5-step procedure.

2). Reduce original television set to smallest components (This time where they were originally joined together)
3). Reduce new television set to smallest components (Also at points where they were originally joined)
4). Substitute each component of original television set with component from old television set.
5). Reassemble resultant components into your "fixed" set.

manda
#7
It depends...did you stomp on it to?

i've learned that if you stomp on it...the little things you crush cant be fixed.

#juan
#8
Owing to mysterious property called inertia, a property that I have in greater abundance as I get older, my solution is a little simpler, and requires only three steps.

2. print the word "fixed" on small sticker

3. Affix sticker to side of new TV. Sweep old tv into garbage.

PS - You may want to keep old TV to throw around at your whim. Be cheaper that continually buying new TVs and stickers.

Ocean Breeze
#9
Quote: Originally Posted by #juan

Owing to mysterious property called inertia, a property that I have in greater abundance as I get older, my solution is a little simpler, and requires only three steps.

2. print the word "fixed" on small sticker

3. Affix sticker to side of new TV. Sweep old tv into garbage.

PS - You may want to keep old TV to throw around at your whim. Be cheaper that continually buying new TVs and stickers.

Excellent idea /plan. this would have my vote.

no1important
#10
Quote:

Owing to mysterious property called inertia

You sure it is not god pushing it down?

GreenGreta
#11
No I didn't stomp on it too.

I just think Monica should have never married Chandler and that is that.

I am buying a new tv and affixing a "fixed" sticker to it. I like that one the best.

Ocean Breeze
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

No I didn't stomp on it too.

I just think Monica should have never married Chandler and that is that.

I am buying a new tv and affixing a "fixed" sticker to it. I like that one the best.

Greta......you made my day brighter......( amidst the rain)...... Ya sure take that stuff seriously , don't cha??

Keep the old one .........should the urge strike again...

what a hoot. Have a terrific day........

manda
#13
can I kick it an stomp on it? I'll take the old or the new to abuse

Can I have a sticker?

GreenGreta
#14
Manda and Ocean too, let's make it a party, I would love if you came to visit (kick the **** out of, throw, stomp on, pour water into the slots, whatever strikes you) the tv. I think I may keep it just in case the urge comes again. It was pretty fun.

Ocean Breeze
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

Manda and Ocean too, let's make it a party, I would love if you came to visit (kick the **** out of, throw, stomp on, pour water into the slots, whatever strikes you) the tv. I think I may keep it just in case the urge comes again. It was pretty fun.

you got it.., just say when.

( have to admit........that this same urge comes over me......should I see the bushman on the telee. ........so far I have maintained by changing the channel.

manda
#16
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze

Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

Manda and Ocean too, let's make it a party, I would love if you came to visit (kick the **** out of, throw, stomp on, pour water into the slots, whatever strikes you) the tv. I think I may keep it just in case the urge comes again. It was pretty fun.

you got it.., just say when.

( have to admit........that this same urge comes over me......should I see the bushman on the telee. ........so far I have maintained by changing the channel.

I just like to break stuff from time to time...does the body good

Ocean Breeze
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by manda

Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze

Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

Manda and Ocean too, let's make it a party, I would love if you came to visit (kick the **** out of, throw, stomp on, pour water into the slots, whatever strikes you) the tv. I think I may keep it just in case the urge comes again. It was pretty fun.

you got it.., just say when.

( have to admit........that this same urge comes over me......should I see the bushman on the telee. ........so far I have maintained by changing the channel.

I just like to break stuff from time to time...does the body good

..........and the mind too.

manda
#18
Quote: Originally Posted by Ocean Breeze

Quote: Originally Posted by mandaQuote: Originally Posted by Ocean BreezeQuote: Originally Posted by GreenGretaManda and Ocean too, let's make it a party, I would love if you came to visit (kick the **** out of, throw, stomp on, pour water into the slots, whatever strikes you) the tv. I think I may keep it just in case the urge comes again. It was pretty fun.you got it.., just say when.
( have to admit........that this same urge comes over me......should I see the bushman on the telee. ........so far I have maintained by changing the channel. I just like to break stuff from time to time...does the body good..........and the mind too.

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for sure...especially when you have 3 kids 9 and under

GreenGreta
#19
If I had three kids under 9 I think I would be breaking stuff myself. Their little necks comes to mind. Of course, it is this attitude that keeps me from having more children. Yup.
God, Manda, you must be a saint. Or crazy.

manda
#20
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

If I had three kids under 9 I think I would be breaking stuff myself. Their little necks comes to mind. Of course, it is this attitude that keeps me from having more children. Yup.
God, Manda, you must be a saint. Or crazy.

i'll vote for the crazy...did I mention that they're all boys?

GreenGreta
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by manda

Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

If I had three kids under 9 I think I would be breaking stuff myself. Their little necks comes to mind. Of course, it is this attitude that keeps me from having more children. Yup.
God, Manda, you must be a saint. Or crazy.

i'll vote for the crazy...did I mention that they're all boys?

Well thank God for small favours at least. All girls would be a freakin nightmare. Think 7 years, bathrooms, makeup, tampons, AHHHHHHHH. Yes you are very lucky they are boys.

Me however, am in hell. I have a 17 year old who's most recent sickening and frightening comment was "my girlfriends parents are going to BC so I won't be home that week." Can you guess my answer? "I feckin don't think so."

manda
#22
YOu're telling me! My boys are 9, 5 1/2 and 4, and they all know that Ihave paddles waiting for any little prostitot that wants to grace my doorway in the guise of an innocent little girlfriend.

Boys sure wear you though

GreenGreta
#23
Yes, but one day, you will see a friend from high school. You will look at least ten years younger. Because while you are "having a blast, cause you know you are" finding shoes, books, playing with mud, splashing in puddles, going on kiddy rides and making cupcakes for birthday parties, your friends are getting drunk, screwing strangers and partying all the time.

Mud and cupcakes keep you young. You one lucky lady.

GreenGreta
#24
Oh and that's mud AND cupcakes, not mud cupcakes.

manda
#25
Yeah, I'm younger than most of them anyway...I'm only 26.

and I get to play with all their toys...part of the reason I have kids....an excuse!

manda
#26
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

Oh and that's mud AND cupcakes, not mud cupcakes.

I hear that they make a great facial though

GreenGreta
#27
You're 26 with a nine year old?

Oh god, you're gonna be the neighbourhood MILF. That's AWESOME.

manda
#28
Quote: Originally Posted by GreenGreta

You're 26 with a nine year old?

Oh god, you're gonna be the neighbourhood MILF. That's AWESOME.

What can I say, I had fun when I was 16, and was rewarded at 17.

Neighbourhood Milf? I don't know about that, but I will be keeping an eye on the oldest when he starts hitting the bar scene

GreenGreta
#29
God, dont' say **** like that, mine is 17. 17. AHHHHH

manda
#30
Should I be quiet now?

I'd like to point out that I also have a sister who will be 10 in 12 more days...and she goes to the same school as my son.

Tell your son to behave or I'll come smack him around...even though he's probably bigger than me, I pack a whole lotta mean