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Posted in Interest, Life by thisisanexperiment on March 15, 2009

As time seems to become a Scarce Commodity, and there’s no space to breathe, I find myself wishing that I had the luxury of  (well, waddya know) Time to do what I will, to indulge in all those wonderful relaxing activities, and other Guilty Pleasures.

Guilty Pleasures like…

Okay, I admit, I enjoy watching vapid blondes and brunettes flounce around in their small, cute little apartments, high heels and dresses, and dole out memorable quotes like “Spencer is sucky, sucky person!” (to be honest, he really is), and “Justin Bobby”, and (pseudo)work in Fashion houses like DVF.

Okay, I’m talking about shows like “The Hills” and “The City”.

Next Guilty Pleasure- Gossip Girl.

Yes, I do love my Blair Waldorf.

These weeks without Gossip Girl have made me realise, I just can’t deal with Life without Blair.

Watching Romeo+Juliet (also known as whenleowasstillhot), The Notebook just because it’s sad and I need to tear.

Oh come on, the guns, the Shakespear-en language- it’s so bad it’s good.

Speaking about things that are so bad, they’re good. How about wrestling?

Yes, I am talking about the WWE.

It’s violent, the bad acting (I think they all have the same acting coach because it involves alot of glares, nostril flaring and heavy breathing), the contrived plot-lines, the “cameras-just-happened-to-be-there-as-dramatic-shit-is-going-down”, and I love it.

What do you do when you really need to go shopping but can’t really spend?

You buy Undies!!!

Pray tell, what are your Guilty Pleasures?

P.S, is it wrong to want this AA Mesh Dress?

Cause I am seriously contemplating it.

In other news, there’s approximately 5 hours left till the end of the Charles&Keith/Pedro warehouse sale.

I went yesterday and came back with 2 pairs of shoes. One from each brand. I have to say, that from what I can tell, Pedro makes amazingly comfortable shoes, which are unfortunately, usually over-priced.

Sizes were running out fast already, but if you’re interested, you should pop down. They are rather steal-licious.

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  1. futiledemocracy said, on March 15, 2009 at 5:25 pm

    I too, love WWE. I’m 23, and i’ve watched WWE since around 1991.
    I remember the NWO days in WCW, that pushed the WWE to reinvent itself, and so the Attitude Era was born.
    It peaked around 1998-2000. Since then, it’s been on a downward spiral unfortunately.

  2. thisisanexperiment said, on March 16, 2009 at 12:52 pm

    It’s nice to see someone share my love for WWE (especially since my parents and most of my girlfriends don’t)!

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