If you hang out in the wrong parts of the internet, there are a lot of people talking about all the new streaming services and the shows on them. Isn't that just great? Well one of the shows people won't shut up about is "Gravity Falls", and I've wasted my entire weekend watching this dreck. I'm not even halfway through, and now I'm probably going to waste a bunch of my evenings during the work week to finish up the series because I have no self-control.
Of course I can't just enjoy a show like normal people. I have to beat myself up whenever they say something incredibly funny and clever. I mean, why can't I be that funny? Damn them for being professionals at their craft! Seriously, there's some funny shit in that series, and I can see why people won't shut up about it.
As good as the show is, there's still the problem of my binge-watching. I should be getting things done, such as writing comics, or perhaps selling my dog to a cosmetic testing facility. Of course, rather than take responsibility for my life, I'm going to blame corporations because of their blatant disregard for my personal weaknesses.
Maybe this Christmas I should ask Santa for another 75" 4K TV so I can binge watch 2 series at the same time!
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