Do you have a tv*?


#1

*don’t be a wiseguy

  • Yes
  • No

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#2

It’s a yes either way, tbf.


#3

Yeah. Here’s the thing right we’ve got a 32" job and I think it’s too big. I’m informed by some friends that 32" is actually quite small in this day and age.

Massive TVs seem quite vulgar to me.


#4

Depends on the room size Geoffrey.


#5

Snore off mate


#7

Take it to the ‘Do you have a functional equivalent of a TV in order to be able to access this board?’ thread


#8

I get that but even in a big room a big TV looks ugly I reckon. Plenty of better things to fill the space with.


#9

Yeah, but if you have your sofa/chairs set back a long way from the tv (as necessitated by the design/lay-out of the room) you won’t be able to see shit with a 32"*

*that’s how I’m livin’.


#10

Yeah, we have 32" TV but it’s only about 4m from our sofa. Any further and I think you’d want something a bit bigger.


#11

How terribly, terribly vulgar.


#12

Fair point. In general I’m indifferent to TV size I think. All of my seminal adolescent viewing was done on a screen no bigger than 24" and it was just fine!


#13

got my m8’s old 40 something incher HD for free. way way too big, but beggars cant be choosers n ting.


#14

This should have been the Thursday filth thread.


#15
  1. Depends on the room size
  2. Don’t be snobbish.

#16

We have my parents’ old 26" TV in our living room at the moment.

I designed our shelves to be able to fit a 48" screen if we want it.


#17

Not being a snob. I just don’t like big TV’s. It does depend on the room size as I conceded but it’s just a personal, irrational, dislike of mine.


#18

Say that then. It’s the use of the word vulgar in this context that comes across as classist sneering.


#19

My TV is vulgar tbh


#20

That’s you projecting something onto my statement that doesn’t exist. Classist? Absolute nonsense.


#21

I totally do really.