G is for Guilty Pleasures

I don’t really like the term ‘guilty pleasures’ – I think if you like something, you shouldn’t have to hide it – but it fits with todays letter, so there.  I’m going to use guilty pleasures to mean something that although you don’t hide, you wouldn’t mention on a first date or at a job interview.

Examples:  one of my favourite meals is chicken kievs and smiley potato faces and I own Coyote Ugly on DVD and have watched it a few too many times.  When home alone I like to listen to cheesy compilations from the nineties and not only did I  recently buy a CD called ‘Ultimate Cheese’, but I know every single word to every single song and I danced around my kitchen wearing the boyfriend’s t-shirt and singing along  to the Spice Girls. I invest too much time and energy in caring about soap storylines and I still have a slight obsession with Sylvanian Families.  And I like Scooby Doo, even when the kid isn’t home.

What are your guilty pleasures?

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12 thoughts on “G is for Guilty Pleasures

  1. Nick Wilford says:

    Spongebob Squarepants is mine. It’s one of the few programmes that the kids watch that I not just tolerate, but love (I despise the Disney Channel). We all went to Blackpool last week and got to meet Spongebob at the new “Nickolodeon Land” at Pleasure Beach – I was thrilled that he gave me a hug!

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