Spacefaring Wiki WalkerTV Tropes, Resident Evil Outbreak, Maury, Tumblr (when I've been on for too long), and some characters that belong to the High Fat Index.
No regret shall pass over the threshold!
Souffle and a cup of teaFanfiction in general and ponies.
I ran the only way I knew how. By placing one leg in front of the other in quick succession.
Hey, gorgeousI have no guilty pleasures.
The Great SegnoSure… For me, at least, it's Shake It Up, mostly because Bella Thorne is hot & Davis Cleveland is actually pretty funny.
edited 1st Nov '12 2:49:06 PM by Spinosegnosaurus77
Picture PerfectI tend to like media about Athromorphic Countries for some weird reason. Which leads into my Guilty Love of Afganisu-tan. A comic so audacious that's it's name gets people unsettled when I mention it. (One day I'll muster up the courage to go as Afganisu-tan to a con)
edited 11th Oct '12 5:00:08 AM by PippingFool
I hear they had some pretty mind blowing theater performances in the 19th century. - Imgur on History
Bass DropYou can do it, PF. I BELIEVE For me:
There is no force in the universe more powerful than Japanese puberty. ~ wanderlustwarrior
Awesome Lightning MantraAt first, I thought I had no guilty pleasures, but then I remembered I like this song:
"You cannot judge a system if your judgement is determined by the system."
Rolling ForwardFilms: The Schwarzenegger ouevre (Eraser, Commando, Batman & Robin) The Friday the 13th franchise, especially Jason X. TV shows: Judge Judy, The Jeremy Kyle Show, The O'Reilly Factor, (in order to make my blood boil with liberage). Literature: Matthew Reilly, Tom Clancy Food: Chinese carry-outs. McDonald's. Tesco ready meals Drink: Jaegermeister and buckfast.
Cartoons from The Nineties.
outside the gridi'm still not too open about my bronyness, but other than that... <_< >_> ... i kinda like UltimateSpiderMan.
edited 7th Feb '13 8:07:20 AM by crimsonstorm15
DedSuit 'N Tie...or Suit And Tie is a song I really love, even though it's stupid.
If you wanna PM me, send it to my mrsunshinesprinkles account; this one is blorked.
Blurrggghh.I have a thing for cheerleaders. Yeah...
Avatar Sakaki Ignore catBrussel Sprouts
MenageA3, among others...
so much to do, and yet... here, it feels like one cannot do anything but lie here and sleep forever.
Disturbing faceswap.I don't feel guilty for anything, but I do try to be alone when I listen to The Song That Gets On Everybody's Nerves. For obvious reasons.
edited 26th Feb '13 6:43:41 AM by DhanaRagnarok
I am going to confiscate the characters from the writers and be like: "You can have these back when you learn to be kind to them."
The time is now,Demolition Man
Do the job in front of you.
Creepy adorable little girlTaylor Swift. I feel like I only listen to her because she has a way of writing cathartic love song lyrics. Her more upbeat songs do very little for me.
"Be mine, dear big brother."
So...yeah.YA Fantasy Novels. Romantic comedy manga. Which is weird, because I'm not much into romantic comedy in any other medium. Merlin slash-fiction (Hell, Merlin itself probably counts). And Ta Tu. Otherwise, I'm pretty shameless.
Complicated - because simple is simply too simple.
Blurrggghh.Lame puns. One of these days I will get seriously punished for this.
EdenSome things never Chang.
my drawing blog ya'll UPDATES 10 TIMES A MONTH WOW, THIS IS STRAIGHT UP MUH SOGGY KNEE
Here's a really odd one: the Soviet film version of War and Peace by Sergei Bondarchuk. Nothing guilty about it, right? An epic piece of Russian culture filmed in a truly spectacular way... I hate the book. I have my reasons to. I do have arguments, but I've already had a debate thread in the literature subforum and it ended on "let's agree to disagree". I will not go over all that again. So just believe me that I hate the book. I despise the book. Quite a few of my reasons still stand for the film, but... I fucking love the film. The "guilty" part here is that sometimes I feel like I'm being untrue to the reasons I hate the book, but... The script is very smart and fixes some of my problems with the source material. The visuals and music are just spellbinding. But, above all, the film (unlike the book, in my opinion) is delivered with such utter, absolute conviction that I simply can't say "no". It's one thing when you read a terrible OOC line in the book, it's totally different when the actor somehow manages to say the same thing without breaking character.
edited 26th Mar '13 5:22:56 PM by Muzozavr
i seee youuuuPonies, though I am gradually becoming more less guilty about it. Also, The Final Sacrifice, which I believe to be one of the few movies on MST 3 K that is bearable without the riffing.
edited 29th Mar '13 9:55:55 PM by TwentyTwoSevenths
YOU'LL PAY FOR THE WHOLE SEAT, BUT YOU'LL ONLY NEED THE EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDGE!!!
NFL Rush Zone. High School Musical. Every Disney Channel sitcom ever, except for a 2 legit good ones. g1 ponies. Batman Returns the list goes on
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