This summer and autumn I've been watching Canadian Football League games on the broadband over at tsn.ca. It's often hit and miss, and the image can be quite chunky, but I can make out enough to see.
Lauralea has been bugging me to just get the cable package with TSN in it, but I've been all, no no I don't need it for a couple games I watch in a week.
Then she goes, "It's only five dollars for the month so why not get it?"
Then I go, "Na it's hardly worth it just for football games."
And she's like, "Go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on, go on."
And I'm like, "No no no no no no no, costs too much."
And she's like, "It's five bucks for the month you cheap beggar."
(Well that's the way it sounded in my head)
And I'm like, "Hmmm."
So today when I got home, she had called and had the company turn on the TSN for me for five bucks a month.
And tonight I watched the Winnipeg Blue Bombers beat the Calgary Stampeders, which means the Saskatchewan Roughriders have earned a home playoff game. Sweet.
And so is she.