Opinion

Chips every night as Brits turn to PC dinners

It looks as if research conducted by video on demand service SeeSaw may have helped coin a new term for the 21st century. We're all familiar with TV dinners but SeeSaw's research found that one in five of those surveyed regularly ate their evening meal in front of a computer, giving rise to the tag PC dinners. 

John Keeling, platform controller at Seesaw, claimed the growth of the PC dinner was a "remarkable new trend and for many across the nation, has now replaced the traditional TV dinner".

But aside from being even more anti-social than TV dinners, PC dinners are also not very healthy. It's the chips.

This was first published in March 2011

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