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Guilty (and not-so-guilty) Pleasures. We should all be ashamed of ourselves

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  • AtomikaAtomika Hypercritical Queen Bitch of Cinema Registered User regular
    Jephery wrote:
    I enjoyed playing Superman 64.

    You're history's greatest monster.

    Enjoying Superman 64 isn't just a guilty pleasure, it makes you guilty, sentencing hearing to be scheduled this following Monday. :P

    That said, I actually completed that game. It's funny what you can get done in college with an empty afternoon and a full bong.

  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

  • JepheryJephery Registered User regular
    Jephery wrote:
    I enjoyed playing Superman 64.

    You're history's greatest monster.

    Enjoying Superman 64 isn't just a guilty pleasure, it makes you guilty, sentencing hearing to be scheduled this following Monday. :P

    In my defense, I got the game free as a gift, so I wasn't being very critical of it.

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    "Orkses never lose a battle. If we win we win, if we die we die fightin so it don't count. If we runs for it we don't die neither, cos we can come back for annuver go, see!".
  • matt has a problemmatt has a problem Six pack on a dick Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    They are laced with crack or something. My dad is the same way too. It's where I picked up my addiction as a kid.

    Seriously, my mom would go out of town and stock the freezer with Totino's, they'd be gone by the time she came back.

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    All my fuckin life I lived a normal fuckin life
  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    They are laced with crack or something. My dad is the same way too. It's where I picked up my addiction as a kid.

    Seriously, my mom would go out of town and stock the freezer with Totino's, they'd be gone by the time she came back.

    My wife is taking the kids to visit their grandfather for a couple of days. I have a Totinos pizza and a pack of Totinos pizza rolls in the freezer that I will live off of for the next two days.

    also, I like Dragonlance and I don't care!

  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    Xaquin wrote:
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    They are laced with crack or something. My dad is the same way too. It's where I picked up my addiction as a kid.

    Seriously, my mom would go out of town and stock the freezer with Totino's, they'd be gone by the time she came back.

    My wife is taking the kids to visit their grandfather for a couple of days. I have a Totinos pizza and a pack of Totinos pizza rolls in the freezer that I will live off of for the next two days.

    also, I like Dragonlance and I don't care!

    I admitted to liking Terry Goodkind as a teenager on the bottom of the last page... :oops:

    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • descdesc raised on the battlefield born as a suffererRegistered User regular
    Read dragonlance while eating a pizza roll. Embrace it!

  • AbsalonAbsalon Registered User regular
    I read every seanmalstrom and insomnia.ac update.

    I don't feel guilty, but I recognize that you don't say you read said websites, you admit that you do.

  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    Xaquin wrote:
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    They are laced with crack or something. My dad is the same way too. It's where I picked up my addiction as a kid.

    Seriously, my mom would go out of town and stock the freezer with Totino's, they'd be gone by the time she came back.

    My wife is taking the kids to visit their grandfather for a couple of days. I have a Totinos pizza and a pack of Totinos pizza rolls in the freezer that I will live off of for the next two days.

    also, I like Dragonlance and I don't care!

    I admitted to liking Terry Goodkind as a teenager on the bottom of the last page... :oops:

    was that the 'Magic Kingdom for Sale' guy?

    If so, I'll cop to that too

  • JepheryJephery Registered User regular
    Oh oh oh, I have a another great one: the only music I listen to is J-pop from Anime openings/endings.

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    "Orkses never lose a battle. If we win we win, if we die we die fightin so it don't count. If we runs for it we don't die neither, cos we can come back for annuver go, see!".
  • Uncle_BalsamicUncle_Balsamic Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    I still think the movie of Dune was good. It's a clear mess, but I like it: one of my favourite Lynch films even.

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  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    edited August 2011
    Xaquin wrote:
    Xaquin wrote:
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    They are laced with crack or something. My dad is the same way too. It's where I picked up my addiction as a kid.

    Seriously, my mom would go out of town and stock the freezer with Totino's, they'd be gone by the time she came back.

    My wife is taking the kids to visit their grandfather for a couple of days. I have a Totinos pizza and a pack of Totinos pizza rolls in the freezer that I will live off of for the next two days.

    also, I like Dragonlance and I don't care!

    I admitted to liking Terry Goodkind as a teenager on the bottom of the last page... :oops:

    was that the 'Magic Kingdom for Sale' guy?

    If so, I'll cop to that too

    No, that's Terry Brooks, but I liked that too.

    There is another series by Rick Cook where a code monkey gets summoned to a fantasy land and he ends up writing a magic programming language. It was my absolute favorite series of books. He created creatures called Emacs (I swear to god I am not making this up) to run magic scripts for him. I'll have to reread them someday to see if they're as dorky as I recall. There was a hot redhead in it too, as a teenager I liked that quite a bit.

    EDIT: Here's the first book in the series

    I dunno, it gets fairly decent reviews so maybe it's not so bad.

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    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • DecomposeyDecomposey Registered User regular
    No, that's Terry Brooks, but I liked that too.

    There is another series by Rick Cook where a code monkey gets summoned to a fantasy land and he ends up writing a magic programming language. It was my absolute favorite series of books. He created creatures called Emacs (I swear to god I am not making this up) to run magic scripts for him. I'll have to reread them someday to see if they're as dorky as I recall. There was a hot redhead in it too, as a teenager I liked that quite a bit.

    EDIT: Here's the first book in the series

    I dunno, it gets fairly decent reviews so maybe it's not so bad.

    I will admit that I both read and enjoyed the series as well. When he's got other wizards-to-be making spells that end up being glowing 'Hello World'...

    However, in my defence, I read them for free off the Baen Free Library.

    Before following any advice, opinions, or thoughts I may have expressed in the above post, I feel I should warn you: I found Keven Costners "Waterworld" to be a very entertaining film.
  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    edited August 2011
    Yeah, you can still read at least the first couple online. The first one is kind of a set-up for the rest of them, and it's pretty traditional fantasy fare: sucked into a magic world, totally wimpy guy goes on epic adventures and gets his butt saved by people there until he comes into his own at the end. The other books are more interesting, and you can really tell they were written by a computer programmer. It's like Harry Potter for Unix and Basic nerds by the second book or so.

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    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • CptHamiltonCptHamilton Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    Decomposey wrote:
    No, that's Terry Brooks, but I liked that too.

    There is another series by Rick Cook where a code monkey gets summoned to a fantasy land and he ends up writing a magic programming language. It was my absolute favorite series of books. He created creatures called Emacs (I swear to god I am not making this up) to run magic scripts for him. I'll have to reread them someday to see if they're as dorky as I recall. There was a hot redhead in it too, as a teenager I liked that quite a bit.

    EDIT: Here's the first book in the series

    I dunno, it gets fairly decent reviews so maybe it's not so bad.

    I will admit that I both read and enjoyed the series as well. When he's got other wizards-to-be making spells that end up being glowing 'Hello World'...

    However, in my defence, I read them for free off the Baen Free Library.

    I read them at the library. And then bought them and read them again. I also enjoyed the first book or two of Goodkind's (and then read another 6 or 7 of them for some unfathomable reason), along with a couple of Terry Brooks'. Nowadays I have a soft place in my heart for Kim Harrison's urban fantasy series despite its rapid spiral down into romance novel/softcore porn land.

    Edit: Rick Cook had another book, Mall Purchase Night, which was a pun on Walpurgis Nacht and chronicled the adventures of a mall security guard fighting faries invading his mall. I read that too. I am not ashamed.

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    OptimusZed wrote: »
    Jesus, people. This thread is like a running gunbattle with stupid bullets.
  • AtomikaAtomika Hypercritical Queen Bitch of Cinema Registered User regular
    Smallville. I watched every goddamned episode of that terrible, terrible show. And hated almost every minute of it.

  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    My dad told me that Mall Purchase Night was really bad, so I steered clear. Then again, he liked L. Ron Hubbard, sooooooo

    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • ducttapeenthusiastducttapeenthusiast Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    I loved Final Fantasy 8 and 12. I caught my best friend as he watched the last cutscene in 8 for the first time and found him bawling. I gave him a pat on the back because I did the same thing. These are the FF's everyone is supposed to hate, aside from the obvious 13, but I don't care, I thought they were brilliant.
    My dad told me that Mall Purchase Night was really bad, so I steered clear. Then again, he liked L. Ron Hubbard, sooooooo

    I read and enjoyed Battlefield Earth.

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  • AbsalonAbsalon Registered User regular
    edited August 2011
    I read every volume of the Belgariad (Eddings). It's the fantasy equivalent of direct-to-DVD or something.

    But I ain't got shit on Atomic Ross. Datgummit, man.

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  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    Wait what? The Belgariad is awesome. I still go on a binge through it sometimes. Silk is the best character.

    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • chamberlainchamberlain Registered User regular
    Ready? This one is pretty bad.

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    I have bought this movie on VHS, laserdisc and DVD (no BluRay yet, but there's still time). I know it's not good, I know that I should track down the comics and see what it was supposed to be, but I don't care.

    The list never changes: http://www.infinitebacklog.com
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  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    I have no idea what that is! It looks... hm.

    There is supposed to be a comic for that?

    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • ChanusChanus Registered User regular
    Ready? This one is pretty bad.

    Tank_girl_poster.jpg

    I have bought this movie on VHS, laserdisc and DVD (no BluRay yet, but there's still time). I know it's not good, I know that I should track down the comics and see what it was supposed to be, but I don't care.

    If you didn't see it in 1995, and you weren't in high school at the time, yes... it's pretty bad.

    Otherwise, it's a cherished memory of an awesome thing at an awesome time.

    I may have been 15 in 1995...

  • chamberlainchamberlain Registered User regular
    Chanus wrote:
    I mean... Ice T as a mutant kangaroo? That's gold, Jerry.

    Watching Malcolm McDowell walk across broken glass in bare feet will never get old.

    The list never changes: http://www.infinitebacklog.com
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  • IrukaIruka Registered User, Super Moderator, Moderator mod
    Guilty pleasure: Panic at the Disco. I also cant stop listening to alien ant farm.

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  • Alfred J. KwakAlfred J. Kwak Registered User
    edited August 2011
    I've somehow turned into a huge pony fan

    e: another one - I don't read OPs before I post

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  • descdesc raised on the battlefield born as a suffererRegistered User regular
    Sometimes I watch YouTube videos of dudes going way, way too fast on motorcycles and in cars. All of these videos are pretty much snuff films waiting to happen if someone makes a mistake. I have no ethical defense for this at all.

  • XaquinXaquin Right behind you!Registered User regular
    Chanus wrote:
    Ready? This one is pretty bad.

    Tank_girl_poster.jpg

    I have bought this movie on VHS, laserdisc and DVD (no BluRay yet, but there's still time). I know it's not good, I know that I should track down the comics and see what it was supposed to be, but I don't care.

    If you didn't see it in 1995, and you weren't in high school at the time, yes... it's pretty bad.

    Otherwise, it's a cherished memory of an awesome thing at an awesome time.

    I may have been 15 in 1995...

    This movie had one of the best soundtracks ever outside of a Camron Crowe film though.

  • reVersereVerse Never odd or even Registered User regular
    Bestiality porn, seeing people (especially women) bleed profusely, hearing stories about children being brutally beaten by their parents because seriously, fuck children.

    Oh, and Uwe Boll movies.

  • ChanusChanus Registered User regular
    reVerse wrote:
    Bestiality porn, seeing people (especially women) bleed profusely, hearing stories about children being brutally beaten by their parents because seriously, fuck children.

    Oh, and Uwe Boll movies.

    Folks... this is the true definition of "guilty pleasure".

    Not "ooh, I looooove Journey... just like everyone else... ironically!"

    I'm talking about gruesome, fucked up, degenerate shit.

    Like enjoying Uwe Boll movies.

  • RhalloTonnyRhalloTonny Of the BrownlandsRegistered User regular
    The worst part is that under certain light, I can not feel awful about some of their songs- they are catchy and happy sugar songs that are at least good at being catchy and happy sugar songs (like a chicka cherry cola).

    Yet even through that same perspective, I still can't rationalize

    !
  • Capt HowdyCapt Howdy Registered User regular
    Xaquin wrote:
    I love Totino's pizza. Love. I'm not a fatty, (6'4, 200 pounds), I just love them. Whenever my wife goes out of town, I'll literally eat them for lunch and dinner (my wife hates them). Throw two on a cookie sheet, bake until they're crispy, then cut them into quarters. Whatever I don't eat for dinner I'll eat for breakfast the next morning...

    are .... are you me?

    No! You have to nuke it so you can roll it up like a crepe and then cook it on a pizza stone!

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  • AbsalonAbsalon Registered User regular
    Trolling right-wing comments sections.

    I should get punched in the stomach.

  • VanguardVanguard The system was breaking down. Registered User, __BANNED USERS regular
  • THEPAIN73THEPAIN73 Oathbreaker KingslayerRegistered User regular
    I watch pro wrestling and have on occasion tapped my foot to some Lady Gaga.

    I also enjoy watching cooking reality shows.

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  • joshofalltradesjoshofalltrades Parental Unit RemulakRegistered User regular
    THEPAIN73 wrote:
    I watch pro wrestling and have on occasion tapped my foot to some Lady Gaga.

    I also enjoy watching cooking reality shows.

    My wife loves those. She always complains about her weight (she's pregnant) and how much she'd love to eat delicious foods and then she watches Top Chef. It's like a special torture that she inflicts on herself.

    ElJeffe wrote: »
    I get by on the knowledge that I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time mucking about inside of my asshole anyway
  • acidlacedpenguinacidlacedpenguin Registered User regular
    JHunz wrote:
    This one Avril Lavigne song. I can't remember which one it is, and whenever I hear it I don't remember until about halfway through that it's Avril I'm listening to. Every other work she has done is like ground glass being shoved into my ears, and it's always depressing to be reminded that she is not 100% talentless, only 99%.

    He was a boy, she was a girl; can I make it any more obvious?

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  • JHunzJHunz Registered User regular
    JHunz wrote:
    This one Avril Lavigne song. I can't remember which one it is, and whenever I hear it I don't remember until about halfway through that it's Avril I'm listening to. Every other work she has done is like ground glass being shoved into my ears, and it's always depressing to be reminded that she is not 100% talentless, only 99%.

    He was a boy, she was a girl; can I make it any more obvious?

    No, that's definitely in the ground glass category.

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