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What are your guilt pleasures in life? What do you do that you don't neccessarily tell the guys at the bar? Are there any films or bands or books or whatever that you secretly love??

Now's the chance to get it off your chest...

Personally my biggest guilty pleasure is a few movies that I probably shouldnt tell people I like, the biggest culprits being 'Love Actually' and 'Wimbledon'. Not the film of choice for your average 19 year old bloke.

Now we are not here to judge, what are your 'Guilty Pleasures'??



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I'm actually pretty into metal music...but I'd rather not have my friends know that,

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I secretly like coldplay and maroon 5 lol
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New wave 80's music.
Especially a guy called Gary Numan.

I'm sure you've heard his one big hit 'cars'

His voice left something to be desired, but his use of
synthesizers was really unique.

Oh yeah, 1970's Godzilla movies.

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Playing little big planet from time to time
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I listen to Celine Dion and Machine Head in the same playlist.

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see, i guess i'm odd, none of these sound like guilty pleasures to me. maybe i don't like Celine Dion - but you could easily substitue Doris Day. i proudly own a Nintendo DS, watch American Idol, like quite a few "chick flicks", etc.

i don't really have a problem telling people what i like, thus no guilty pleasures... other than overeating a bit.

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My guilty pleasures include 80's brat pack movies, the Sookie Stackhouse series by Charlaine Harris (vampires and such), and Big Love on HBO. Oh, and STILL Grey's Anatomy-- even when it gets on my nerves from time to time. AND I suppose chocolate Pop Tarts.
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I have no secrets really. My friends know I'm a dork.

I like Coheed and Cambria. Since I first heard them about three or four years ago, that's pretty much the only thing I listen to in my car unless some one riding with forces me to change it.

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I have no secrets really. My friends know I'm a dork.

I like Coheed and Cambria. Since I first heard them about three or four years ago, that's pretty much the only thing I listen to in my car unless some one riding with forces me to change it.
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For me it:

Music and going to live gigs. And maybe writing a song or two.
And cooking. (Not eating just the cooking).
And my biggest purchase my imac. (guilty as charged and proud of it).
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