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  1. #51
    My guilty pleasures developed late - at least the ones that aren't X-rated - but that gave me the advantage of buying them cheap at garage sales and second-hand stores.

    Video games, for instance; I bought two semi reliable N64 consoles when they were almost elevated to antique status.

    VHS, and later DVD, movies and series - at last estimate and following a thin-out, around 2000 of them, including yes, romantic comedies, some Disneys, and all but one episode of James Bond*, comic book action heroes, any David Attenborough I can get hands on, a few BBC Science series, and even ... Star Wars.

    *One of only two not produced by Broccoli & Co: Never Say Never Again. I do have a home-recorded copy of the original Casino Royale (comedy spoof, starring Peter Sellers and David Niven as Sir James Bond), but I haven't been able to play it since my multi-speed VHS player died.
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  2. #52
    yep...we must get a kick out of it....[/QUOTE]

    I'm in defense of firemajic & escorial! If you're a bit of an emotional masochist, despair & misery can be guilty pleasures.

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    Will Ferrell movies.

    Or any other crass, offensive teenage humor that involves flatulence and poorly hidden innuendo.
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  4. #54
    I used to say writing. Because it was something I hid. Especially my parodies and my baseball stuff.

    Now, I don't know that I have anything I do for me that isn't out there in the open.
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  5. #55
    Quote Originally Posted by astroannie View Post
    I used to say writing. Because it was something I hid. Especially my parodies and my baseball stuff.

    Now, I don't know that I have anything I do for me that isn't out there in the open.
    God, I love your baseball stuff. Only a little over a month and a half until pitchers and catchers report!
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    Another guilty pleasure that comes to mind: late 90s-early 00s teenage bubblegum pop, like that weird I'm Blue song and Barbie Girl for example. They just bring back memories from my childhood. I'm also a brony due to my little sister

  7. #57
    Quote Originally Posted by Winston View Post
    Will Ferrell movies.
    Whaaaat? Will Ferrell is awesome. Anchorman is comedic gold!

  8. #58
    My guilty pleasure.

    Riding - I own two horses. An old Quarter horse mare named Sand & a Trakehner stallion, Gunther, who is trained in dressage. I've been riding pretty much since I could walk.

    Digital graphics - 3D design and game design. It's my second job & my hobby.

    Old house "hunting" - by appointment and open house venues. By old, I mean early 1900s and earlier. I can not stand modern "architectural design" LOL. Particularly ultra modern - they remind me of prison cell blocks [all clean cut corners and absolutely no character]. I'll take a crumbling half rotten 1910 house over an ultra modern any day.
    Last edited by SwitchBack; January 4th, 2015 at 03:14 PM.

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  10. #60

    Computer games is one, I guess. Though, lately, I haven't been playing many. I also like to create 3D art. Well, 3D objects, mostly - I don't do a lot of rendering of them. I've been toying with idea of selling some, on the side, just for funsies. And, years ago, I used to enjoy collecting and painting lead miniatures. But, they're all in few big boxes, now, and probably could do with some touch-up work. Lastly - I used to love to play Dungeons&Dragons, but haven't had the chance in a long while.

    Now that I think of it, I think I need to focus a little bit more on "guilty pleasures", since so many of mine haven't seen the light of day in quite awhile.

    Thanks for the reminder!

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