Dec 18, 2017

Legally Binding: the official rules for binge watching TV

Including a special update on "Kardashian hours" versus regular hours.

Lorin Clarke

Freelance writer

Legally Binding is a public interest endeavour dedicated to the ongoing improvement of The Social Contract.

Please note the introduction of the following amendments to The Social Contract. These matters pertain specifically to Appendix D: Binge Watching Television.

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2 thoughts on “Legally Binding: the official rules for binge watching TV

  1. AR

    The spike must be clean as a whistle by now.

  2. mikeb

    ref (iii) Any interrupter who enters the room and criticises the act of the binge, may not partake in the binge.
    Is there a rule about binge interrupter mentioning references such as “lazy”, “get some sun”, “clean your room” before turning off the air-con and TV and opening the blinds?

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