Sunday, December 27, 2009

Fabulously Lazy

SilentKid: Did you watch the It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Christmas Special yet?

Me: No. I still haven't gotten around to it.

SilentKid: Why not?

Me: Well, I thought about downloading it from itunes and watching it on Christmas Day, but then I realized that I have a new debit card since the last time I downloaded anything from the itunes store, and it seemed like too much effort to have to type in a new card number.

10 comments:

2 Dollar Productions said...

I've done this same thing, and always felt vaguely shameful about it. Ha.

Cool pics from the post below, but I would definitely not go exploring in the abandoned mines by myself. If something happened, the stories would all be slanted with "it's tragic, but he did go down there by himself" sentiments.

steph said...

i would say something snarky, but i have done similar things myself. we are clearly getting spoiled in this age of instant gratification when an extra two minutes seems like an eternity.

Boxer said...

typing in lots of numbers is hard!

Bill From Gainesville said...

I have a job in which I am given a perfectly fine blackberry phone to use for both business purposes and personal use, The company pays that bill, yet I still have my other cell phone and pay a monthly fee because, you know, What a hassle to get it unhooked up etc....(in fairness to me My Daughters cell phone is on that same plan and I would still have a bill it would just be a little less)

Kymical Reactions said...

I deleted my itunes from the computer it was on, now I don't know how to get it back. :/

Native Minnow said...

You deleted itunes the program? Or all the itunes music files? If you deleted just the program, it's easy. If you deleted the music files themselves, you're probably screwed.

You'll be happy to know that my mother gave me an itunes gift card for Christmas, and I used that to download the It's Always Sunny Christmas Special. I'm glad I finally watched it. It's hilarious!

Gypsy said...

I'm too lazy to even find out how to use itunes.

TROLL Y2K said...

Apple is Evil. Itunes is Apple, right?

Kymical Reactions said...

I think I just uninstalled it on the computer. It was on my office computer at the old job. I thought I'd better get rid of it before I left. I just don't know what to do now to get it back to my home computer.

Native Minnow said...

If all you're looking for is the program, you can download that for free at the Apple web site. Your music files from the work computer are either still on that computer, or have been deleted, depending on how the uninstall went. Either way, I'm assuming they're lost to you since you're no longer working there.