I didn’t realize it’s been a month since I wrote a blog post. How time flies. No change here, but I have had other things to do. So much to watch on TV and online, so blogging hasn’t been on my mind lately. First of all, I have been watching ’24’ on Disney plus. It only cost 1.99 euros (2,24 dollars) for a month. It’s over soon, but I didn’t know they’ve had so many other TV shows to watch, so I think I won’t be cancelling it. They have many old shows like ‘The Golden girls’, ‘Bones’ and ‘The Muppets show’. Then there are new ones, like ‘Loki’ (I already watched that) and ‘WandaVision’. The problem with the channel is that it buffers a lot on the laptop, even if I have a fast connection. I don’t think I want to pay for something that gives me problems. I have the app, too, but the screen is too small to watch for a longer time. I prefer a bigger screen. I usually wouldn’t pay for a channel because most of them only have one or two contents that interest me. It’s the reason why Netflix has never interested me.
What comes to other things, there is no change. If there was something, I probably already forgot about it, or it’s not worth mentioning. Until next time.
I actually thought the title would be, Disrupt and you die! but that sounded a bit too harsh. I wouldn’t actually kill anyone but I hate it when people disrupt what I’m doing. Especially when I write and someone says something. I get side-tracked and then I have to find the train of thought again. It’s really frustrating. They could at least let me finish the sentence I’m writing. My mother used to interrupt me with housework and then I get upset and yell at her to stop bothering me. I’m not a very nice person when that happens.
I really also hate when I’m watching a TV show online or TV and then someone wants to disrupt me. My rule is when I watching sport on TV or watch my favourite show (example Game of Thrones) you don’t disrupt me no matter what your business is. Nothing is that important that it has to be done that minute. Unless you’re dying or something more serious. Then I would leave my watching instantly. Other times, do not disrupt, please. It’s for your own good.
Don’t get the idea I lose my temper easily because I do not. Some things annoy me but I don’t show those in public. It’s different when I’m with people I know. Then when I get disrupted when I do something, you should understand my frustration. If I write fiction, I’m in my own world, I really don’t like disruption at all. It puts me off course and you don’t want to see that. I will bite your head off no matter who you are. Or maybe not exactly that though. But I won’t be happy about it that’s for sure.