What's your guilty pleasure?
Asked by Josh Board
May 20, 2009
From Fallbrook (State of California)
I love old horror movies. I like to sit down and watch them late at night. And so many of them are beyond bad. I especially like the Vincent Price movies. I only own four or five videos of those types of horror films, but I’m always staying up and watching them.
From Vista (Cartoonist)
My guilty pleasure is the double-stuffed Oreo cookie. I like them because they are thicker. And I dip those suckers in milk for three seconds, then devour the cookie like a man in the desert that hasn’t eaten in three days.
From San Diego (Vocalist)
Rock of Love. The Brett Michaels show, with that love bus. It’s just such a train wreck. The skank factor is quite high. I wasn’t really a fan of Poison, although I did like that song “Every Rose Has Its Thorn.” And there might’ve been another fast song I liked. I just got sucked into watching that show and couldn’t stop.
From Shelter Island (Waitress)
I don’t have any guilty pleasures. I’m thinking, and I just can’t come up with something I’m ashamed to admit I like. I guess the reality show Biggest Loser. I enjoy watching the competitions; those different battles they have. And the scale at the end that they weigh themselves on. Gillian is my favorite trainer. I liked the son and dad for the longest time. I don’t see a lot of movies or watch much TV, so this show is my guilty pleasure.
From Golden Hill (Animal Care Specialist)
I have lots of guilty pleasures that involve food. But my biggest one probably involves my car. I have an old Mustang, a 1990. I put in a new engine. My boyfriend hates the amount of money I spend on it. I put over $10,000 into it, to make my drag racer street legal. He doesn’t know about any of that.
From Downtown (Student)
I’m guessing it’s something other women can relate to — expensive clothes. And sometimes it’s clothes that really shouldn’t be that expensive, like small T-shirts. It seems like those should be cheaper. Also, buying matching leashes and collars for my dog Chikis. He’s a yorkie mix and I spoil him. The name Chikis actually means spoiled in Spanish.