The rented apartment came with a big, old, heavy TV perched precariously on an old rickety TV console made of artificial wood.
I would always worry that the TV would crash down on one of the kids because either one of them would run, walk or slide across it. Furthermore, the toddler just loves to clamber up and down the TV console!!!
Since the landlord refused to change either the TV or the TV console, I considered getting a carpenter to install some wooden “legs” that would help stabilize the TV console. No luck.
One bright morning, the TV was soundless, which of course, had the toddler all wide eyed with only one utterance:
After a lot of investigation including calling up my favourite electrician, it’s confirmed that the TV is dead.
Instead of badgering the landlord, we decided to buy our own TV. Hubby suggested that I choose a smaller screen so we could bundle it up and take it home with us
Now, all we are need are flat panel TV stands to make it safe and stable.
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- A plumber is 水管工人 (shuǐguǎn gōngrén)
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- The other woman (外宅-wài zhái)