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    I'm pretty shameless about everything that I enjoy. I don't see any reason to feel bad about things that make me happy.

    That being said, there are things that I'm sure some people think I should be embarrassed about, like my excessive love for Korean pop music.
    "The poet, slave to devotion,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mondestrunken View Post
    That being said, there are things that I'm sure some people think I should be embarrassed about, like my excessive love for Korean pop music.
    I'm fascinated with K-Pop and J-Pop. It's quirky, confusing, and strangely appealing to the less analytical side of our brains. Some of it is pretty good, though. I was into Miyavi for a while
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    Watching Rocky Horror picture show at a theater where it is also being acted out by a play troop. It bring great laughter and tears of joy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bruno Spatola View Post
    I'm fascinated with K-Pop and J-Pop. It's quirky, confusing, and strangely appealing to the less analytical side of our brains. Some of it is pretty good, though. I was into Miyavi for a while
    Oh, some of it is downright fantastic. Korea actually has some amazing R&B.

    And I actually saw Miyavi in concert back in 2010
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    Drunk on the sacred liquor,
    Enraptured, turns his face to Heaven
    And staggering sucks and slurps
    The wine we drink through the eyes."
    - Pierrot Lunaire

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    Another one is when my kid is window shopping I'll grab every scandal sheet and read through them before she gets back...wouldn't pay a dime for any of them but just fun junk food for the mind.

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    Papa John's Pizza- and Science Fiction. It's a great night at my place with Hawaiian BBQ chicken and Stargate or Transformers!
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  7. #107
    i go to the hottest cashier anytime i go to a grocery store. i don't care how long the line is. then i usually buy beer to see if they are old enough to hit on.

  8. #108
    Two of my guilty pleasures I only feel guilty and harassed about from my friends when I tell them is korean dramas and k-pop. I'm a sucker for all that stuff. Love the culture and the sound. I'm also seeing that I'm not the only one that actually likes k-pop. It warms my heart to know I'm not alone.

    Another guilty pleasure of mine is socks. Socks are essential...but the amount I have is obscene. And I never end up matching pairs. I love them though


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    The Mummy/Mummy Returns. Love the chemistry between Brendan Fraser, Rachel Weisz, and John Hannah. I thought the movies were pretty funny.
    Ahhh, one of my favorite sets of movies! I got the special edition one year for my birthday and I still watch it, even though DVDs are being pushed out of existence with bluray.

  9. #109
    One of my guilty pleasures is watching the same old favorite movies over again. My favorite movie is "The Fifth Element" and I have seen it so often that when I watch it I quote the movie line by line.

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    Please God, never let me have to meet any of these people in real life and if I do, forgive me for having to kill them for the secret they shall know . . .

    I'm 6'3", 350 pounds and built like a tank. I listen to heavy metal, have tattoos and don't get messed with on the street. I go to the gym to lift weights three times a week. And, of course, I listen to music.

    Abba.

    I listen to Abba when I work out. Dancing queen, take a chance on me, Fernando . . .

    Now you know. Don't ever repeat this.
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