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piggilicious
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Member since Jan 2011
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Guilty Pleasures
Imagine Dragons- hate me, but I like several of their songs.

The occasional double cheeseburger from McD's- historically one of my favorite burgers and I know it's kinda shitty but I love them and their little tiny onions.

Pens- I'll always love them and in general office supplies. Take me to staples and I am in heaven.

Ground beef/pork (I draw the line at chicken)- if you need raw meat squished with other ingredients, let me get my paws in there. I also love horror movies- do you think these two kind of go together?


What's your thang(s)?


momentoftruth87
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Member since Oct 2013
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The occasional double cheeseburger from McD's- historically one of my favorite burgers and I know it's kinda shitty but I love them and their little tiny onions.


I have ate tons of those. It is my time to cut back though on them.

Here in my small town - on Tuesdays - they do 30 cent cheeseburger night at our McDonalds.


Carolina_Girl
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Member since Apr 2012
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re: Guilty Pleasures
I'm sure most will throw up in their mouths, but I frickin' love McRibs. I'm like a fat kid in a candy store when I see they're bringing them back temporarily.

I would rather die of dehydration than drink Pepsi.

I could live off of boiled peanuts alone.

I'm fascinated by ghost hunting and paranormal shows.

Favorite horror/scary movie of all time is Blair Witch Project.

I HAVE to have a fan running to sleep. It is a necessity of life.
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LewDawg
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Member since May 2009
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re: Guilty Pleasures
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I HAVE to have a fan running to sleep. It is a necessity of life.

On full fricking blast


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momentoftruth87
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2013
27563 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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I'm sure most will throw up in their mouths, but I frickin' love McRibs


True story, I have never had one.


pioneerbasketball
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Member since Oct 2005
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re: Guilty Pleasures
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Imagine Dragons

Who?

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Take me to staples

What's that?

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let me get my paws in there.

Fatty


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Carolina_Girl
South Carolina Fan
Yankee Carolina
Member since Apr 2012
19859 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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True story, I have never had one.



Bruh...you don't know what you're missing. I just ignore what it's made of (kinda like when I get take out from the local Chinese place bc I'm pretty sure it's dogs and cats...there is not a single stray to be found anywhere in this town) and chow down.


momentoftruth87
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2013
27563 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
I think I've had similar in the lunch room back in school, but never actually purchased a McRib. Perhaps I will one of these days.


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Nicky Parrish
Member since Apr 2016
1561 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
As for as Mickey D’s a freshly made Sausage Egg and Cheese McGriddle.
Don’t eat them often but I think they are really good.
Now on the other hand any kind of Rocky Road ice cream is a guilty pleasure of mine.


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I Bleed Garnet
South Carolina Fan
TriBeCa
Member since Jul 2011
26347 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
Sour Patch Kids
Cheerwine


Harry Rex Vonner
Arkansas Fan
Gumps, who is the Rounders boy?
Member since Nov 2013
10083 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
Cheesy popcorn

Traveling to places I've never been. With an old fashioned Rand McNally map.

Blue cheese dressing and bacon bits.

John Grisham novels



The Spleen
Alabama Fan
Member since Dec 2010
24982 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
The 80's sitcom Designing Women
Pop sensation Taylor Swift
Taco Bell bean burritos with extra cheese
Gas station fried chicken livers


Harry Rex Vonner
Arkansas Fan
Gumps, who is the Rounders boy?
Member since Nov 2013
10083 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
I ate at a Chinese place in Louisville for the first two years I was there, at there all the time, takeout for lunch, etc., and then they're plastered all over the front page of the newspaper for killing and serving cats and dogs


piggilicious
Arkansas Fan
Member since Jan 2011
28276 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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Taco Bell bean burritos with extra cheese


I never get extra cheese but I love their bean burritos. I swear they used to be twice the size and cost like 59 cents when I was in college but they still taste the same. Mmmm Mmmm

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Gas station fried chicken livers


Are you my mom? Because I just picked her some of these up a week or so ago...


Carolina_Girl
South Carolina Fan
Yankee Carolina
Member since Apr 2012
19859 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
But when you didn't know it was good, amirite? I mean, it's a bit chewy sometimes but I just drown it in teriyaki and duck sauce and go to a happy place in my mind and avoid thinking about it. Till the drive home and the streets are oddly devoid of strays...and we have no town animal control here...of the official kind, anyway.

RC and a moonpie on occasion is another guilty pleasure.

When I stay in a hotel, I have the AC on and set at 62 no matter how cold it is outside. No idea why.


momentoftruth87
Arkansas Fan
Member since Oct 2013
27563 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
McDonalds Bacon Egg and Cheese Bagel

Tropical Skittles

Red Vines


Carolina_Girl
South Carolina Fan
Yankee Carolina
Member since Apr 2012
19859 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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Taco Bell bean burritos with extra cheese
Gas station fried chicken livers




I pity whoever rides home with you and pray for their sake the windows are rolled down for ventilation.


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Carolina_Girl
South Carolina Fan
Yankee Carolina
Member since Apr 2012
19859 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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Tropical Skittles


I pick out the blue ones and eat them first.


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BowlJackson
UAB Fan
Birmingham, AL
Member since Sep 2013
41447 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
I know all the words to Teenage Dream by Katy Perry

That entire album is an American classic


Cheese Grits
Col. of Charleston Fan
Wherever I lay my hat is my home
Member since Apr 2012
36187 posts

re: Guilty Pleasures
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The occasional double cheeseburger from McD's- historically one of my favorite burgers and I know it's kinda shitty but I love them and their little tiny onions.


If you ever are in Lex, I suggest the Triple Ho w/cheese. However, if it is McD's you do know there are all kinds of codes known to former employees for stuff that is not on the menu.

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Pens- I'll always love them and in general office supplies.


Boxes of fine point UniBalls are my go to at Staples / Office Max

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Ground beef/pork (I draw the line at chicken)


Amen, sister, preach the true word!

Trick is to get a mix you can control. Helps if you have the skill or a local butcher who knows their stuff. If you don't mix meats then have your butcher mix a 90% beef blend (a bit too dry) with and 80% mix to get a blended 85% that is less fatty but still has the flavor of fat

AVOID 75% meat / 25% meat (especially as you get older)

If you don't mind mixing meats, here is my go to for meatloaf
50% real beef with a mix ratio between 80% and 90%
25% real pork (where you can allow for the fat if you desire)
25% real lamb (but get it fairly lean)

While I vary the extras and flavorings (inside is usually a mix of spices and cheeses) the base meat mixture really is the key part of the recipe.


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I also love horror movies


I worked on several so maybe they just do not shock or scare me. Possibly my least favorite movie genre. I like small stories where "fiction" is based on real stories and "true stories" are altered so badly to conform to safe they lose reality and become non fiction.


My old guilty pleasure used to be Disney movies before Eisner. Used to have to "borrow" friends kids for cover but the 'Witch Mountain" franchise was my guilty pleasure. Real life is rough enough, so movies should be an escape where they are G created and feel more Norman Rockwell. Driving to Canada to experience life in the 50's and 60's is a but cumbersome.


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