Man Who Swore He Would Change Finds Himself Ploughing Through 4th Episode In A Row — The Betoota Advocate

Man Who Swore He Would Change Finds Himself Ploughing Through 4th Episode In A Row — The Betoota Advocate

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A French Quarter man who lives for today is once again paying the price for his live first mentality.

Slumped at his desk in Betoota’s Old City District, Drew Pavlic says he’s feeling a little fatigued.

Trying to prolong some mindless task for as long as possible, Pavlic says he is paying the price for another binge.

Not a drug or alcohol infused session of hedonism, but a TV series binge that saw his laptop eventually ask him if he was still alive.

Allowing the episodes to roll in on themselves like gusts of wind on your winter’s morning commute, Pavlic found himself staying up way later than he had promised himself.

“New season of The Boys dropped on Prime Video,” explained the slothlike local man.

“And I don’t have much in the way of self-control, as you can probably already guess.”

“So I went back and watched the last ep of the last season, in preparation for watching the first episode of the new drop.”

“You know, to space it out a bit. Get some real squeeze from the lemon.”

“But, I have the restraint of a hungry labrador and all of a sudden one episode leads to another and I’m 4 deep and feeling for the remote solidly after midnight.”

Rubbing his dead eyes, the spreadsheet operator then explained that he has once again made the fools promise.

“I’m not doing that again,” he sighed.

“It’s back to one episode a week now, so at least a Boys binge is off the cards for a little while,” he said, allowing his brain to drift off into the distance.

Author: Stephen Bailey