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Is there a show that you invite friends round to watch with you? Is it a regular thing or for a series end, like the parties people had to watch thee final episode of Breaking Bad?

Is it for the Oscars or the Grand Final?

Is television a social event for you sometimes?

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No; we don't do social TV gatherings. If there is something we want to watch, we prefer to watch it undisturbed, where you don't have to cater for people.
No; we don't do social TV gatherings. If there is something we want to watch, we prefer to watch it undisturbed, where you don't have to cater for people.
I used to have people over for the Grand Prix, and theme it for the country - Japanese food for Suzuka, etc, and sometimes do a Grand Final lunch for the footy, and did something for the opening ceremony of the Olympics once, but other than for sport, not really. I know some people had breaking bad parties, but we weren't up to the ending in time to go...
We do it for the grand final but otherwise not really.
No, I've never had people over just to watch tv. Getting people together to watch something usually involves DVDs instead, whether they're tv series or movies.
TV involves the utmost concentration. For example, sport - when my team is playing, I need to constantly focus on the game otherwise my team might make a mistake and I'll be hold myself responsible. So, when watching TV, I don't like to be disturbed. No visitors allowed.
No if I want to sit with a bunch of folk, I'll go to the movies.
Home is just that..a place for me to unwind, and have some time out from people.
I could not think of anything worse, to tell the truth..

UNLESS: The world had just had something HUGE Happen, then I think it is important, that we come together, and also sit and talk and contemplate.
That is very different.
No. No & no!

That happened for me when TV was first beamed in 1959!

We were the only household in the neighbourhood around, which had TV, so Mum & Dad asked as many people as could fit in our Loungeroom. As I was only very little can't remember much, but it seemed all enjoyed it & we're happy at the ability to see this new 'wonder'!
No, weve never had people around to watch tv, Im far too old for that mount of noise!
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