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I like watching Survivor.
Guiltyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!
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Vulnerable girl to Man-pire: "I'd rather die than live without you."

There. You read it.

Jesu Christi. That's a perfect summary of the whole damn trilogy.

Personally, I cannot abide those books, or the sub-genre of sub-literature they've spawned. The quicker we as a culture move on to the next absurd thing, the happier I'll be. Dystopian trilogies, anyone?
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I'm down for a good dystopian story. Watched fast five this weekend. Was completely entertained, although I couldn't suspend my disbelief for the final scenes
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Extreme Couponing.
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Extreme Couponing.

Oh, hey, Mom! I didn't know you were on SF.
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Oh, hey, Mom! I didn't know you were on SF.

aye!! no judging ITT
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I have seen every episode of Dawson's Creek. It started as ironic viewing way back in the day, but eventually my viewing became somewhat earnest. By then I was hooked, and I saw my obsession through to the finish. It was my ultimate guilty pleasure show. I don't know if anything will ever top it again. Star Trek Enterprise comes close, I guess. I tried to get into Gossip Girl when it first started, but that show was insufferably unwatchable (aside from the hawtness of the little 15 year old blonde).
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I have seen every episode of Dawson's Creek. It started as ironic viewing way back in the day, but eventually my viewing became somewhat earnest. By then I was hooked, and I saw my obsession through to the finish.

I always remember Joel Stein's in memoriam of Julia Childs. "As so many cowardly loves do, mine started under the pretense of camp."
post #129 of 133
just finished watching hot tub time machine. i thoughroughly enjoyed it and even may have shed a tear at the end. great fucking movie.
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I enjoyed Battle Los Angeles for what it was: mindless action.
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Today, I got my news from USA Today.
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Just watched Serenity last night. It was so awesome.

It is.

Regarding my sins, I have both heavy metal and Lady Gaga on teh iPod.

Also, fart jokes are always good for a laugh.
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Also, fart jokes are always good for a laugh.

ALWAYS!!
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