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Entry from January 30, 2021
“A black speck on your TV screen isn’t too irritating until you’re trying to watch a hockey game”

A black speck on a TV screen can make it difficult to watch a hockey puck.
 
“Watching hockey with a black speck on the screen is really frustrating” was posted on Twitter by Tucker on January 22, 2013. “Watching hockey with a black speck on the screen will have you so confused” was posted on Twitter by G on September 3, 2020. “A black speck on your TV screen isn’t too irritating until you’re trying to watch a hockey game” was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on January 30, 2021.
 
     
Twitter
Tucker
@tjensen29
Watching hockey with a black speck on the screen is really frustrating.
8:35 PM · Jan 22, 2013·Twitter for Android
   
Twitter
Tony Washington Sports Fan
@Capn_ToeKnee
Watching hockey is difficult with a black speck on your screen. #Caps
7:19 PM · Mar 22, 2013·Twitter for Android
   
Twitter
Ryan Shannon
@ryantshannon
having a black speck on a screen while hockey is on is probably the worst thing ever
9:57 PM · May 24, 2013 from Hendersonville, TN·Tweetbot for iOS
   
Twitter
Tiffany J.
@tiffnylyn
One should always dust their tv screen before watching hockey. “Omg which black speck is the puck?!” #StanleyCup
11:01 PM · Jun 19, 2013·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
Steve Scheele
@stevenscheele
few things in life have confounded me as much as a black speck on my screen when trying to watch hockey
7:32 PM · Mar 12, 2016·Twitter Web Client
   
Twitter
Nora Butler
@nora_butler
I have been watching hockey for a few minutes and what I thought that the puck was a black speck of dirt on my screen
10:14 PM · Feb 19, 2018·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
Losingtoagirl 😊
@Losingtoagirl
When you’re watching hockey on your computer and you keep thinking the lil black speck on the screen is the puck.
GIF
9:04 PM · Oct 15, 2018·Twitter for iPhone
   
Twitter
G
@just_gwright
Watching hockey with a black speck on the screen will have you so confused.
9:33 PM · Sep 3, 2020 from Philadelphia, PA·Twitter for iPhone
 
Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/bhaggith January 30, 2021
A black speck on your TV screen isn’t too irritating until you’re trying to watch a hockey game.

Posted by Barry Popik
New York CityRadio/Television • Saturday, January 30, 2021 • Permalink


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