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There is nothing more important in my marriage than a working television. It's the first thing my wife turns on in the morning and the last thing at night, and she doesn't even know I exist when that idiot box is lit up. That to me seems like an addictive relationship.
So the correct title should be "Husband Destroys Intimacy Between Television And Wife" by expecting that he can ask for sex from his legally wedded spouse once in a great while.
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