Before the start of the new year, my husband and I decided to treat ourselves and we bought a new smart TV. We buy all of our appliances from Woolacotts in Bude. This isn’t a sponsored post, by the way, we’re just really pleased with their customer service, so if you live in Cornwall or Devon and need to purchase any appliances, do head over, I’m sure they’ll be as good as our local one.
Ben, our ever-helpful salesman from Woolacotts helped us choose a Sony Bravia smart TV. When I mentioned that we wanted to subscribe to Netflix, he shook his head and said “Oh you don’t need Netflix” and introduced us to an app called KODI. Apparently this app will allow you to streamline all kinds of TV shows and movies, even new movies or ones that hasn’t even been shown in movie theatres yet. Is it legal? Yes, it is. To quote entertainmentbox.com.
Kodi is a piece of streaming software designed to display on a range of devices, and that means it’s perfectly legal.
I know that it sounds too good to be true, but it isn’t. There are times when the movie you want to watch won’t be available for streaming. But we don’t have any problems with that, especially when it means not having to pay for subscription!
So yep, my #wotw is TV. And yes, I’ve also officially been turned into a couch potato. To be fair though, I do watch while doing chores, especially ironing and yes, gasp, I know, I’m probably the only one who still irons. Posted this photo on my Instagram account a few days ago:
And all the comments I received was that apparently, ironing is an extinct chore. I can’t do without ironing, one of my small-joys is having freshly laundered and ironed sheets. Love it too much to want to give it up.
And meet my TV partner: Doc.
Now excuse since I have to catch up with my Grey’s Anatomy viewing. I want to watch that episode where Derek Shepherd – McDreamy dies.