Stuff to watch while you're shoving a burrito in your body
Lunch.TV is an internet television station that solves the most pressing issue our generation is facing: how you entertain yourself at your desk while you're shoving a burrito in your body.
Blogs are cool and whatever but you've got to click on stuff and then sour cream is going to get on your mouse. You could watch a television show but your boss is going to see it and be all like "lol do we really want a dude watching Becker to work in this hospital?" (they don't)
So videos are the move. But by the time you find the hot new whatever everyone's supposed to watch it's basically already over. Then guess who's back to being the mayor of sour cream town?
Not so at Lunch.TV, friend. We're an internet television station bringing our generation what made early MTV so groundbreaking: short, hyper-curated content presented in a passive, non-stop format. You don't need to know what to watch, you just turn it on and get entertained by what you know is going to be an amazing(ly insane) mix of music videos, 80s ephemera, kitten awws, Serious Stuff, and rando roflz.
There is no interface. No clicking. No computers guessing what you want to watch. We're telling you what to watch. But if you want to go to the next video, fine, just mash any key on the right side of your keyboard with your elbow.
You know what else there aren't? Ads.
(but maybe click our Tipjar if you don't want to be "that guy" your whole life?)
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