Guilty as charged.

Everyone has little guilty pleasures that they indulge themselves in every now and then. I know I have mine. Lately I have overindulged a little. Wanna hear about them?

1. Girls Next Door. You know, the TV show on E! with Hef and his three girlfriends? Holly, Bridget, and Kendra? I LOVE this show (much to the disappointment of Colby). It's kind of like watching a train wreck - I sit there cracking up at their idiocy and thinking the whole time how the HELL do they live like that?? Aside from the fact that Hef is pushing 100, I can't imagine sharing my boyfriend of any age with another woman, let alone two. And half the time his ex-girlfriends are coming in and out of the house too. Oh and poor Kendra, who has to be number 3. Every time the four of them are sitting or standing together somewhere, Bridget and Holly flank Hef while Kendra gets stuck on the other side of Bridget. Now tell me, how can you not love this show?

2. Trashy romance novels. I like them as trashy as they can get. Don't get me wrong, I love the nice normal novels by people like Jodi Picoult and Colby Marshall. But sometimes I just have to deviate and read one of the trashiest novels about love and romance I can get my hands on. It doesn't last for long since after a while you feel like you're reading the same story over and over again, but for a while there they are great.

3. Cemetaries. I know right? And not just at Halloween. I find cemetaries so peaceful (gee, I wonder why?) and so very INTERESTING. In college I took a local history class where we went all around Milledgeville and learned a lot of history (obviously). When we went to the cemetary I was just fascinated by the stories that went with it. And it was historically interesting too because there were a few famous people buried there. I don't know why, but I just love going and reading the headstones and looking at the crazy statues.

Those are the three major guilty pleasures off the top of my head. I'm sure there are more though.

1 comment:

  1. I feel honored that you would lump me in with Jodi Picoult. That's about as high of praise as I can hope to get, and it really makes me feel wonderful. Thanks ;-)