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Don’t you want to take a break from the monotony and drudgery after a long, tiring week? I look forward to every Sunday just so that I can get a good amount of sleep and then wake up to spend my time binge-watching “Friends” on Netflix and chilling.
What could be a more perfect weekend setting than re-watching “Friends” on a Sunday evening with a warm cup of coffee?
The popular American television sitcom “Friends,” first aired in 1994 on NBC. With 10 seasons and 236 episodes, the show was a major hit in its time, and even today it is a sensation among the youth. A group of six friends struggling through life is what this comedy show is about.
“Friends” is my all-time comfort show, a stress buster, and absolutely therapeutic. It can make you laugh till your stomach starts aching, but at the same time, it can also help you cope with any kind of anxiety or distress. No matter how many times I re-watch this show, it never fails to leave a smile on my face.
After hassling for an entire week, “Friends” is what I turn to for comfort. And somehow the show manages to take all my worries away, even if it is just for a few hours, and I’m prepared to fight my way through yet another week.
The most appealing thing about “Friends” is the unbreakable, pure friendship between all six friends. Watching them pave their way through the struggles of everyday life is very motivating, and this is what makes the show so relatable.
The way they deal with all the ups and downs in their personal and professional lives is extremely realistic. Ross and Rachel’s on-and-off relationship, Joey’s undying love for food, Phoebe’s innocence, Monica’s diligence, and Chandler’s witty remarks are simply wholesome.
Who says going out is the only way you can make your weekend look more exciting and fun? You have to spend money when you go out, and it can also drain your energy, whereas you can have a simple yet productive weekend just by staying at home.
After the non-stop hustle and bustle for six days straight, when Sunday finally arrives, all I want to do is crawl back inside my sheets and play an episode of “Friends” rather than going out.
Between college and tuition, I’m outside my house most of the time from Monday to Saturday. Therefore, on Sunday, I simply want to sit back at home and cancel all outdoor plans. I can also spend quality time with my family this way.
Let us know if you like binge-watching “Friends,” on weekends in the comment section below.
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