Which TV Mom Is Your Soulmate?



Hey there guys. How was your day? I hope you all are doing well. Today we will be discussing an important topic Which TV Mom Is Your Soulmate? TV shows have greatly influenced our childhood as well as our adulthood. They have been an integral part of modern societies. We relate to the characters so much that sometimes it feels that they are in our own home. At some point in time you almost feel that you are addicted to it and you just can’t let it go. This addiction of yours has been capitalized by filmmakers for years. Whatever it maybe we all are common people and we will not stop watching TV shows and movies. I am not against watching TV shows and movies but I want you to show the other aspect of it. The very purpose of these shows and movies is to make money. Entertaining you comes second. Many of the greatest philosophers from almost all spheres of the world have said it time and again and died saying that Man is a selfish being and it will take care of itself before anyone else. But we will not listen to them since they were boring and we would continue doing our shit. It is funny that we don’t listen to these people and later wonder where the hell we have gone wrong. I would agree that good TV shows and movies have messages for the good cause. If you are someone who doesn’t believes me then you could continue doing what you are doing and you would realize later that you are average. Then you would wonder how people become millionaires and billionaires. If you want to figure it out then stop watching those blunt TV shows and you would soon find your way.

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Here are some quotes on TV shows:

“They should.”

“Should be like a wood bee,” she said.

It was a private joke, a mocking appreciation of the slipperiness of even the simplest hope, a nonce catchphrase like so many others lifted from favorite movies or TV shows that served as a rote substitute for conversation and bound them like shut-in twins, each other’s best and, most often, only audience.”
― Stewart O’Nan, The Odds: A Love Story

“You’re not friends. You’ll never be friends. You’ll be in love ’til it kills you both. You’ll fight, and you’ll shag, and you’ll hate each other until it makes you quiver, but you’ll never be friends. Love isn’t brains, children, it’s blood — blood screaming inside you to work its will. I may be love’s bitch, but at least I’m man enough to admit it.”
― Joss Whedon

“I lived through those books, songs, television shows, and movies – the way the characters talked, looked, acted. I thought that could translate over into reality, that I could make their world my world. I wanted so badly to run away from my life. But you can’t bury yourself in other people’s pages and scenes. You aren’t David Copperfield or Tom Sawyer. Those love songs on the radio might speak to you, but they’re not about you or the person you pine for. Life is not a John Hughes film.”
― Jason Diamond, Searching for John Hughes: Or Everything I Thought I Needed to Know about Life I Learned from Watching ’80s Movies

“It’s funny how we think life works a certain way because of TV and movies. Most people don’t really think about how scripts are edited and how people get to practice their lines and rehearse. If one doesn’t get it right they get to redo the scene until they do. In real life what’s missing or not working only comes up when we’re going along full blast. We end up being the editors of our lives only while we’re running in real time.”
― Mark Kendrick, Desert Sons

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    If your child were to have friends over, what kind of snacks would you serve?

    • Fresh baked cookies
    • Apple slices
    • Chips and dip
    • Celery sticks
    • Chicken tenders
  • Question of

    You catch your child doing something you explicitly said not to, what’s the punishment?

    • Grounded for a week
    • No internet
    • No phone or texting
    • Bed without dinner
    • No video games
  • Question of

    What is your favorite alcoholic beverage?

    • Martini
    • Whiskey and coke
    • Beer
    • Wine
    • None
  • Question of

    Would you daughter be allowed out of the house in a very tiny mini skirt?

    • Absolutely not
    • No way
    • Maybe
    • It depends where she’s going
  • Question of

    What do you do if you don’t like your son’s girlfriend?

    • Try to talk him out of dating with her
    • Deal with it but make mean quips very often
    • Make my feelings known but do nothing
    • Nothing
  • Question of

    Who is your favorite TV dad?

    • Howard Cunningham
    • Ray Barone
    • Mike Brady
    • Steven Keaton
    • Ward Cleaver
  • Question of

    How do you console your child after a breakup?

    • I let her cry it out while I listen
    • I give her my best advice
    • I make her some good food and talk with her
    • I let her deal with it on her own
    • I seek revenge on her boyfriend
  • Question of

    What is your favorite way to relax?

    • A warm bath
    • A stiff drink
    • Hours of mindless TV
    • A run/walk
    • Sleep
  • Question of

    Would you allow your son or daughter to get a piercing or tattoo prior to turning 18?

    • Absolutely
    • Maybe
    • Never
  • Question of

    How socially progressive are you?

    • Very progressive
    • Somewhat progressive
    • Not progressive at all
    • I’m a mixed bag
  • Question of

    It’s Valentine’s Day, so you and your significant other celebrate by…

    • Going to the bar where we first met, and reliving the good ol’ days
    • A romantic dinner, followed by a rom-com
    • A home cooked candlelight dinner
    • An adventurous day, full of surprises
  • Question of

    What matters most to you and your sweetheart?

    • Smarts
    • Wit
    • Good looks
    • Passion
  • Question of

    The world is your oyster! What would you and your darling do on the perfect vacation?

    • Live the high life in Monte Carlo casinos
    • Explore the collections at the Louvre
    • Get wet on a Niagara Falls boat ride
    • Surf the waves in Maui
  • Question of

    It’s date night, and you can’t decide on where to have dinner. What do you do?

    • Determine whose craving is stronger, and go with that
    • Get take out from both places, park yourselves in front of the TV, and have a date night in
    • Each individually devise a plan to end up at the restaurant of your choice
    • Determine who got to pick last time, and go with the other’s choice this time
  • Question of

    Crap! You’re on a road trip, and the car just broke down. What do the two of you do?

    • Argue about whose fault it is before you finally decide to work together
    • Team up and blame it on the friends you’re traveling with, or the dealership you bought the car from
    • Each offer a solution based on how your family would have handled it
    • Jump into action and work together to fix it

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