Thread: Do light bulbs really burn out that much?

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  1. #1 Do light bulbs really burn out that much? 
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    Here's what makes me wonder about this. I turned a light on upstairs and it burned out, then I tried to turn on the light in the hall, but it burned out too. Really weird, huh?
    In a couple rooms in the house, it seems like the light bulbs always burn out. Most often the bathroom and kitchen, but two of the bedrooms are close. My grandma thinks it's because those lights are on more than any of the others. I don't understand that though... because there's a light in the living room that's on almost as much and it rarely burns out. Plus, none of the lights in the dining room have ever burned out in about 10 years or so. :eek:
    Does anyone else have a room where light bulbs constantly burn out? Or a room where the light bulbs never burn out?
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  2. #2 Do light bulbs really burn out that much? 
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    probably something to do with the electricity in yer house, homie. maybe the wiring's messed up.
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  3. #3 Do light bulbs really burn out that much? 
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    We had a lightbulb in are hallway that was always on for like 3 years.
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