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To think if dh is watching a programme he should actually sit and watch it?

(10 Posts)
hiddenhome Mon 20-May-13 20:46:44

Rather than insist on having it on in the lounge whilst he goes and does other stuff?

He's not recording it or anything either hmm

hiddenhome Mon 20-May-13 20:49:42

I'm sitting here being forced to listen to Tom 'I'm a Space Alien' Cruise sad

Joiningthegang Mon 20-May-13 20:57:10

Of he goes in another room just turn it over - simples

hiddenhome Mon 20-May-13 20:58:08

He comes back in then claims he was watching it hmm He hijacks the telly.

TigOldBitties Mon 20-May-13 20:58:17

I would just change it over, although I do put it on so it can be heard throughout the house and get on with other things, much to the annoyance of my family.

Hassled Mon 20-May-13 20:59:31

There's nowt worse than a TV controller controller. Is he usually a twat?

hiddenhome Mon 20-May-13 21:01:24

No, he's normally okay (if a bit neurotic).

SanityClause Mon 20-May-13 21:01:56

DH often has the television on in the morning with some financial show on (cable). He then wafts off and leaves the cacophony it on. I just switch it off, if he's not actually there. He knows where the zapper is, if he wants to turn it on.

As we speak, he is snoozing on the sofa, while "watching" the Giro. If it wasn't for Mumsnet, I'd be bored shitless!

ImTooHecsyForYourParty Mon 20-May-13 21:07:08

"I was watching that."

"really? If you can tell me what just happened in the last 5 minutes, you can have the remote back"

I hate it when people claim the telly.

Unless it's me. grin

Fakebook Mon 20-May-13 21:30:16

My husband does this. He puts on BBC news 24 and then sits on the sofa reading....BBC news on the iPad confused. Such a weirdo.

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