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How much of a couch potato are you?

Results of "The Test"
How much of a couch potato are you?

While you're not a true-blue couch potato, you still spend the occasional evening glued to the sofa - and nothing is going to tear you away! Perhaps you have certain programs that you just can't miss, or you simply have days when all you want is to vegetate. There's no harm in indulging in some boob-tube time now and then, just be careful not to get too sucked in. There is, after all, REAL LIFE going on outside your living room walls... and you don't want to miss out on that just for a Three's Company rerun, do you?
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