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Binging is normally associated with negative behaviors. For example, people who binge on food usually aren’t the healthiest of individuals. However, binging on television shows is seen as a perfectly normal, healthy way of entertaining yourself over the course of a long weekend.

Binging on TV shows has come to be known as “binge-watching,” a term now so ubiquitous that it has made it into the online version of the Oxford English Dictionary along with a handful of other new tech terms Tech Jargon: Learn 10 New Words Recently Added To The Dictionary [Weird & Wonderful Web] Tech Jargon: Learn 10 New Words Recently Added To The Dictionary [Weird & Wonderful Web] Technology is the source for many new words. If you are a geek and a word lover, you will love these ten that were added to the online version of the Oxford English Dictionary. Read More . If you weren’t already aware of it you will be now.

Have you ever partaken in a spot of binge-watching? If so, we’d like to hear all about your experiences in this week’s We Ask You.

Binge Boasting Bonanza

We want to know, What TV Shows Have You Binge-Watched The Most?

Why? Because your insights into what television shows make for the best binge-watching marathons will give us, and the rest of the MakeUseOf readership, an idea of how best to spend the next weekend when vegging-out is preferable to actually going out.

Binge-watching is not a new phenomenon, as we’re fairly sure people used to watch episode after episode of certain TV shows back when VHS was the pinnacle of technology. It’s just that DVDs/Blu-rays, and especially streaming services such as Netflix, have made it so easy to do that it has been given its own term.

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But what shows have you found yourself binge-watching like a square-eyed crack addict?

We want to know what television shows you have binge-watched the most, and what format you chose for your binge-watching marathons. Was it Breaking Bad on TiVo? Was it Arrested Development Keeping Up With The Bluth Family: Discover Arrested Development On The Web Keeping Up With The Bluth Family: Discover Arrested Development On The Web Arrested Development is back, with Netflix having given the show a lifeline by commissioning new episodes. Here's hoping that this time Arrested Development is watched by the size of audience it deserves. To give the... Read More on Netflix? Was it Mad Men on Blu-ray? Tell us below for your chance to win a geeky T-shirt.

When you have answered the question in the comments section below you should take a look at our short guide to binge-watching A Short Guide To Binge-Watching [Weird & Wonderful Web] A Short Guide To Binge-Watching [Weird & Wonderful Web] Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video have turned binge-watching into a mainstay of the mainstream. Before you begin binge-watching TV you should arm yourself with some important information. This short guide helps. Read More . It isn’t the most serious guide in the world, but it should stop you making rookie mistakes when embarking on your next marathon TV-viewing session.

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