Tuesday, January 19, 2010
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I have never seen a single Glee episode. I know commercials won't work nor information both Google and Wikipedia can supply me with. I haven't googled Glee either. I don't know a single cast member nor their on-screen names.
I'm a Glee virgin and am proud of it.
My work compels me to sleep earlier than usual. No more late-night TV viewing for me during weekdays, and Glee is shown in the Philippines no later than 10pm.
My sisters talk about it at home. I overhear officemates sing and talk about the show almost everyday, I figured their singing The Journey's Don't Stop Believing must have come from watching that show.
Since the musical TV program is shown every Monday nights here in Manila, I always expect that come Tuesday morning, the Glee-fanatics in our office has got another reason to bond over their prized television show.
I know the show is addicting, eventhough I haven't seen a single episode yet. I just need to buy myself a DVD copy of the show (yeah, pirated) and then I can start relating myself with everyone.
As far as I'm concerned, Glee is cool according to my book. I love music by the way and was once a part of our school's glee club.
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