If yer 'smiley', you ain't watchin TV
Can't sport that smiley on your face? Bet you're watchin' TV then.
An extensive new research study has found that unhappy people watch more TV while those consider themselves happy spend more time reading and socializing. The study, published in the December issue of Social Indicators Research, analyzed data from thousands of people who recorded their daily activities in diaries over the course of several decades. Researchers found that activities such as sex, reading and socializing correlated with the highest levels of overall happiness. Watching TV, on the other hand, was the only activity that had a direct correlation with unhappiness.