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    Guilty pleasures

    Couldn't see a thread on this already, but what stuff do you like that you would consider a guilty pleasure (or you wouldn't necessarily be telling your mates you were into it)?

    Mine would be Lana Del Ray and shows like Come Dine With Me and Four in a Bed. And First Dates.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Couldn't see a thread on this already, but what stuff do you like that you would consider a guilty pleasure (or you wouldn't necessarily be telling your mates you were into it)?

    Mine would be Lana Del Ray and shows like Come Dine With Me and Four in a Bed. And First Dates.

    I'm auld.
    No need to be ashamed regarding Lana Del Ray.
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    Strictly on TV and Little Mix for music for me.

    Probably not as much a guilty pleasure as it would have once been but spending a decent amount of money on exfoliating scrubs, moisturisers and the like. Also on the beauty theme using women's shampoos and deodorants.

    Finally I'm not sure if it counts as it's more a disgusting habit but.... Eating peanut butter straight out the jar with a spoon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty_f View Post
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    Couldn't see a thread on this already, but what stuff do you like that you would consider a guilty pleasure (or you wouldn't necessarily be telling your mates you were into it)?

    Mine would be Lana Del Ray and shows like Come Dine With Me and Four in a Bed. And First Dates.

    I'm auld.
    Rearrange those thoughts into a different order.

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    Rearrange those thoughts into a different order.

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    Strictly on TV and Little Mix for music for me.

    Probably not as much a guilty pleasure as it would have once been but spending a decent amount of money on exfoliating scrubs, moisturisers and the like. Also on the beauty theme using women's shampoos and deodorants.

    Finally I'm not sure if it counts as it's more a disgusting habit but.... Eating peanut butter straight out the jat with a spoon.
    The womenís shampoo i can get, but why womenís deodorant? Not a judgemental question, just curious!
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    The womenís shampoo i can get, but why womenís deodorant? Not a judgemental question, just curious!
    I just prefer the smells. Dove Go Fresh Pomegranate is a favourite.

    Bizarrely my fiance prefers mens deodorant and walks about with Right Guard on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pretty Boy View Post
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    .... Eating peanut butter straight out the jat with a spoon.
    That sounds really rude.

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    I was rather enjoying a bit of Supertramp earlier.

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    I'm sure we had a thread like this ages ago and I said that my musical guilty pleasures were the likes of Athlete, Aqualung and Embrace despite me hating Coldplay. Then some smartarse came along and rendered the whole thing pointless by saying I couldn't possibly hate Coldplay as they were far superior to these other bands!

    TV-wise - Dallas. Used to be addicted to it.

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    Strictly on TV and Little Mix for music for me.

    Probably not as much a guilty pleasure as it would have once been but spending a decent amount of money on exfoliating scrubs, moisturisers and the like. Also on the beauty theme using women's shampoos and deodorants.

    Finally I'm not sure if it counts as it's more a disgusting habit but.... Eating peanut butter straight out the jar with a spoon.
    Mine is the new kid on the block Marmite Peanut Butter. My other half doesn't care for it and prefers Whole Earth or oldie fav Sun Pat crunchie. I love it. Often find myself going back every so often for a wee bit more.

    My guilty tv is Mystery Diners. Seen every episode. Some of things the staff get up to behind the scenes was mind boggling. Great viewing.

    I'm really bad though for repeat watching everything seventies. Minder, The Professionals, The Sweeny, Budgie, Rumpole of the Bailey, Shadows, Tales of the Unexpected, 70s films etc etc.

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    I don't think I have a guilty pleasure as such.

    I hardly watch mainstream TV because I despise soaps and all reality shows.

    I like music and I have radio 6 on all day but when my wife listens to Kiss FM or the likes, I feel my hackles rise with the mindless, electronically altered, pop factory stuff.

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    Gogglebox. I dont watch much tv but if that's on I will.

    Another one for scrubs and moisturisers but ones for men only.
    Nah, I'm lying a bit...I've a tub of the ladies stuff fir the face too. Tell you what, it *****g works on the bits that are starting to sag.

    And Take that have been a guilty pleasure for over 15 years now. Garry Barlow is a genius, end of :-)

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    Secretly giving the dog goodies even though we've agreed not to. I just can't say no to those big sad eyes.

    Hamburger smothered in Zingara sauce and mayonnaise in toasted bread.

    Causing arguments and then retreating back into the shadows to watch the drama unfold. I know, I know, it's a c#*tish thing to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pete View Post
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    Gogglebox. I dont watch much tv but if that's on I will.

    Another one for scrubs and moisturisers but ones for men only.
    Nah, I'm lying a bit...I've a tub of the ladies stuff fir the face too. Tell you what, it *****g works on the bits that are starting to sag.

    And Take that have been a guilty pleasure for over 15 years now. Garry Barlow is a genius, end of :-)
    Their song Patience is a favourite guilty pleasure of mines.
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    Sister Act 2 back in the habit, I won't hear a bad word against it and it's pretty much a perfect film

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hibrandenburg View Post
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    Causing arguments and then retreating back into the shadows to watch the drama unfold. I know, I know, it's a c#*tish thing to do.

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    Rearranging the candles, herbs or mugs with a single letter on them in the supermarket into daft messages.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Northernhibee View Post
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    Rearranging the candles, herbs or mugs with a single letter on them in the supermarket into daft messages.
    I always make them out to say HIBS. On a similar topic in the run up to Christmas, covering all the hearts calendars and albums with Hibs ones in the thistle centre in Stirling. I am almost 52 but my wife says I'm an infant!!

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    I like Horlicks and regularly have it at bedtime.

    Original with milk is the best, but instant is lovely too.

    Does that count?

    Edit: I must give Ovaltine a go.

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    I always make them out to say HIBS. On a similar topic in the run up to Christmas, covering all the hearts calendars and albums with Hibs ones in the thistle centre in Stirling. I am almost 52 but my wife says I'm an infant!!
    Not childish, it's your duty

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    An ex also used to play a game in supermarkets with me - if there were children who were being a nuisance and running in between trolleys and their parents not caring sheíd sneak a bar of chocolate or sweets into the parents trolley or basket. Cue a few minutes later the parent who was ignoring the nuisance their kid was causing giving their kid a rollicking for the sweets in the trolley.

    Childish, very, fair, probably not but Iíd be a liar if I said I didnít find it funny and have occasionally done that since 😂


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    Chips on white bread with red sauce not had that for ages, but tonite!

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    The movie ĎFriends With Benefitsí.

    Iím fully aware itís atrocious but I think Iíve watched it about 5 times over COVID when itís on the tv and Iíll probably watch it again when itís inevitably on over the next 2 or 3 weeks.

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    Mean Girls and The Proposal, two great chick flicks, and they remind of living in Grimsby with my wife and her best pal, sounds ***** but it was really good fun, if not a bit too far away. The Princess Diaries too actually. And Frozen. My hormones were all ****ed up living with 2 birds for 9 months.

    Bake Off - I flit in and out the room when itís on, or look at my phone, but Iíve always got an eye on it.

    Scraping all the wee bits of fat and residue from frying bacon, and pouring some of the remaining oil onto the roll. So bad but so good. Thatís my only really foodie one, I love meat and itís difficult to have a cheeky steak while the family arenít looking. I have a couple of cups of sugary tea a day to satisfy my sweet tooth.

    Music wise One Direction have got some bangers, as does Rita Ora.

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    TV programmes that are really for young adults.

    Warrior nun, stargirl, I-Zombie are the type of thing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jones28 View Post
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    Mean Girls and The Proposal, two great chick flicks, and they remind of living in Grimsby with my wife and her best pal, sounds ***** but it was really good fun, if not a bit too far away. The Princess Diaries too actually. And Frozen. My hormones were all ****ed up living with 2 birds for 9 months.

    Bake Off - I flit in and out the room when itís on, or look at my phone, but Iíve always got an eye on it.

    Scraping all the wee bits of fat and residue from frying bacon, and pouring some of the remaining oil onto the roll. So bad but so good. Thatís my only really foodie one, I love meat and itís difficult to have a cheeky steak while the family arenít looking. I have a couple of cups of sugary tea a day to satisfy my sweet tooth.

    Music wise One Direction have got some bangers, as does Rita Ora.
    Bake Off is another for me.
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