I really do hate when the TV is blaring.
PhilBillPaul has suffered hearing loss since long before I met him.
I’m pretty sure it was from those years of head-banging rock-n-roll music that he still loves.
And I refuse to listen to.
I’m not even going to list those heavy metal, hard rock bands he listened to.
Suffice to say, I’ve been asking him to get a hearing aid for 21 years now.
Thanks to the Costco Connection magazine, I’ve found another option.
I’ve done a little research…
These are doctor recommended.
Do you think that means insurance will cover them?
Can’t you just picture us snuggled up together watching TV while he wears his TV ears?
Yeah, not so much.
Thankfully, there is something smaller, sleeker and cheaper.
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Clever…a hearing aid device that looks like a bluetooth headset.
Because those bluetooth devices are so fashion-forward.
Side note: The Grunter refers to hip and cool people who wear these as “bluetools.”
I’m not sure if it works the same way as TV Ears. I get confused with all this newfangled technology.
If it doesn’t help his hearing loss, I’m pretty sure he can use it to develop a new career as a spy and eavesdrop on conversations all over the place.
Or he’s going to have a killer time playing B-I-N-G-O!!
Has anyone seriously tried either of these hi-tech devices? I’m thinking they should market them as marriage savers.
Which one do you think I should buy him first?