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I never particularly found Britney to be all that attractive, but if plastic people is what does it for you, this should really get you excited....

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If I really felt guilty about something I wouldn't be posting it here.

Come on dearie, that would be the first step in coming to terms with it.
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You mean my interest in metaphysics? Yes I do have a few sleepless nights over that one. :wink:

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If I really felt guilty about something I wouldn't be posting it here.

Come on dearie, that would be the first step in coming to terms with it.
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You mean my interest in metaphysics? Yes I do have a few sleepless nights over that one. :wink:

I didn't mean anything in particular I was just joshing with you. What do you mean though?

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polydigm wrote:
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If I really felt guilty about something I wouldn't be posting it here.

Come on dearie, that would be the first step in coming to terms with it.
    :wink:


You mean my interest in metaphysics? Yes I do have a few sleepless nights over that one. :wink:

I didn't mean anything in particular I was just joshing with you. What do you mean though?


Hey, I was kidding, too. :mrgreen:

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Yeah hey, leave out the penis gourd stuff. Only small chunks of horrible info at a time.


What about strumming the balalaika?

This isn't about me, man. This is about you. You and your guilty pleasures.
Say what you need to liberate yourself. Feets has provided a platform for that here.


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Yeah hey, leave out the penis gourd stuff. Only small chunks of horrible info at a time.


What about strumming the balalaika?

This isn't about me, man. This is about you. You and your guilty pleasures.
Say what you need to liberate yourself. Feets has provided a platform for that here.


I enjoy being a crack whore.

Ouch :| Ouch on several levels :|

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I can watch the news for hours even though they keep telling the same stories.


me too. I'm trying to quit. It's goin pretty well, too.


I admit, me too some times...

That is the basis of social brainwashing :shock:


uh-huh, that is, IF it's maintained in one way or the other: either a slavish attitude toward or controlled absence of . . .
Either way I'm not guilty. Not anymore, no matter what they say. . .

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catpuke wrote:
sleeping in a jar wrote:
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catpuke wrote:
Yeah hey, leave out the penis gourd stuff. Only small chunks of horrible info at a time.


What about strumming the balalaika?

This isn't about me, man. This is about you. You and your guilty pleasures.
Say what you need to liberate yourself. Feets has provided a platform for that here.


I enjoy being a crack whore.

Ouch :| Ouch on several levels :|


Let's just say it hurts me more than it hurts you.

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This one is really embarrassing: "Everything She Wants" by Wham!

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This one is really embarrassing: "Everything She Wants" by Wham!

This is even more embarrassing - I like that whole album. In fact, I get teary-eyed listening to "Freedom" sometimes.


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This one is really embarrassing: "Everything She Wants" by Wham!

This is even more embarrassing - I like that whole album. In fact, I get teary-eyed listening to "Freedom" sometimes.


I used to have the picture disc of that album. Although I only got it because the band I was in at the time was thinking of learning "Careless Whisper", which is sort of embarrassing in itself. We never did, but the picture LP only cost $5 used, so I picked it up. I don't have it any more.

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feetlightup wrote:
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This one is really embarrassing: "Everything She Wants" by Wham!

This is even more embarrassing - I like that whole album. In fact, I get teary-eyed listening to "Freedom" sometimes.


I used to have the picture disc of that album. Although I only got it because the band I was in at the time was thinking of learning "Careless Whisper", which is sort of embarrassing in itself. We never did, but the picture LP only cost $5 used, so I picked it up. I don't have it any more.

That album brings me right back to my freshman year in high school (hence the teary-eyedness :cry: ).


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I love Take on Me by Aha. There I said it. Please don't tell my friends.

But it's for a solid musical reason I swear!!!! I love how they shift to half time for two bars in the chorus. Believe me, it's a technically innovative and brilliant pop track!!! I SWEAR!

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I love Take on Me by Aha. There I said it. Please don't tell my friends.

But it's for a solid musical reason I swear!!!! I love how they shift to half time for two bars in the chorus. Believe me, it's a technically innovative and brilliant pop track!!! I SWEAR!


That's the same reason I love that song!

Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell II was the first album I ever got. Lord knows how many times I played that C90 copy. It gets played maybe once a year now, and I still know all the words, sadly...

Alisha's Attic - Alisha Rules The World (the whole album!) is a mid-nineties forgotten pop classic, honestly!

(Keep Feeling) Fascination - The Human League is shamefully great, and the ability to listen to it while running people over in GTA - Vice City only adds to its appeal.

Linger - The Cranberries I can't help but adore, even knowing that they're oh-so wrong and everything else they ever did was utter bilge.

Oh, and there's this comedy smut-rock guy I listen to, he sings about yellow snow and poop chutes and golden showers and stuff :wink:

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jakeobs and feets---i feel yer pain. :oops:

"father figure" doesn't make me cry, but it touches me on some level i can't explain. now, "i can't explain", THAT i have no prob enjoying.. :wink:
anyway, i own "faith" and the second solo release george michael put out. can't recall the name, but it was "volume one" or something. i really like both of them. the shame.....

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I love Take on Me by Aha. There I said it. Please don't tell my friends.

But it's for a solid musical reason I swear!!!! I love how they shift to half time for two bars in the chorus. Believe me, it's a technically innovative and brilliant pop track!!! I SWEAR!


That's the same reason I love that song!

Meat Loaf - Bat Out of Hell II was the first album I ever got. Lord knows how many times I played that C90 copy. It gets played maybe once a year now, and I still know all the words, sadly...

Alisha's Attic - Alisha Rules The World (the whole album!) is a mid-nineties forgotten pop classic, honestly!

(Keep Feeling) Fascination - The Human League is shamefully great, and the ability to listen to it while running people over in GTA - Vice City only adds to its appeal.

Linger - The Cranberries I can't help but adore, even knowing that they're oh-so wrong and everything else they ever did was utter bilge.

Oh, and there's this comedy smut-rock guy I listen to, he sings about yellow snow and poop chutes and golden showers and stuff :wink:


I don't think Bat out of Hell 2 should constitute a guilty pleasure. I mean it's not the greatest thing ever, but it does have musical merit!!!

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yep bat out of hell 2 is good mr steinman rules!! 8)

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This is another guilty pleasure (pss...dont tell Lumpy)

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I still have all the lyrics memorized to the songs on The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack 'cuz I was a RHPS nut 20 years ago.


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lordy it never stops...me too! :lol:

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I still have all the lyrics memorized to the songs on The Rocky Horror Picture Show soundtrack 'cuz I was a RHPS nut 20 years ago.

Just finished watching that yesterday, and I loved it! Tim Curry looks amazing!

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