I bet there’s something you like to do but wouldn’t admit to in front of your teacher, or to your boss, or in a scenario such as being on a first date without a fair bit of prompting. These are called guilty pleasures and everyone enjoys at least one little quirk – that’s what makes us individuals. Maybe you can spot one of yours in the list below.
Some fans are very vocal about their adoration of Justin Bieber or Miley Cyrus. Others you find out by surprise when you accidentally overhear them humming in the bathroom or letting their hair down at karaoke.
Not Getting Dressed
It’s lovely not having to set the alarm, knowing you can spend the whole day in your pyjamas if you wish.
Sometimes there’s nothing better than unwinding with a star-studded, chewing-gum-for-the-eyes, cheesy romantic comedy film that you noticed happened to be starting on TV when you were just about to pop in that black-and-white subtitled DVD you rented because you wanted to impress the cute sales assistant.
Although too much can be a bad thing, chocolate contains phenylethylamine, which gives rise to emotions similar to those associated with falling in love, and consumption also releases the chemical serotonin in the brain. If there are two of you, you’ll feel less guilty about indulging in Devil’s Food Cake or that sundae-to-share in the diner that you formerly ate alone. You can also both turn this guilty pleasure into a bona fide hobby by baking together.
The word ‘smell’ isn’t particularly pretty. But some actual smells are. There are those we can all agree on – freshly mown grass, baking (see above), roses. And then there are those that we may feel make us a teensy bit geeky, such as the smell of a new car, an old dusty book or a leather jacket.
Celebrity Gossip Mags
We don’t know why reading about other people’s lives is so interesting. It just is.
Some are addictive. Some are expensive. Some you’d be ashamed to admit you owned. Sometimes zapping aliens and collecting rings is so very much more important than going travelling, spending time with friends or working for that promotion. We would never say that out loud, but the high scores tell the truth.
These seven guilty pleasures can only be improved by one thing – sharing the experience with someone who feels the same way! Imagine dipping into chocolates while lounging around in your pyjamas, singing along to the pop soundtrack of your favourite rom com together. Perhaps you can meet that special someone through work, study, through a friend or through online dating, where it is easy to judge compatibility levels before you even meet. But if they don’t feel the same way about golf or cross-stitching as you do, don’t fret, because you still have the opportunity as a twosome to explore new interests together you were perhaps afraid to try out on your own before.
So there you have it – seven guilty pleasures. Like the seven deadly sins, but with more of an emphasis on treats than trouble!
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2. Some of them are outdated, and it seems like they don't blog anymore
So, I researched on what they could do when they’re outside. From a friend, I heard cold days outside the house makes them sick a lot – get colds and coughs which is really not nice. So I took a little break from my online errands and found out about it that you can always use Patio Heater to keep the heat and warmth.
It’s not available here in our country because we don’t have snow here, but I want others to know about it so if they need one, they know where to get it! Plus, they will be good outside during winters.
You can also have it in summers! I heard some people like using them during that time. This is a good find of useful things for different kinds of weather and what’s best is that you can buy it online, anytime.
You know how changing weathers make you feel – so if you need anything to keep yourself healthy, this is the way. Look for what you really need! Even a soup can help you with that.
I don’t like partying, I don’t like drinking, and most of all I don’t like getting drunk. Not that I have anything about those who like going out. Drinking wine is good once in a while, especially if you’re stressed. My mom even mentioned once that particularly, red wine – is good for the heart, something like that.
You see- it’s also a good thing to have during celebrations, so definitely once in a while you drink wine. If you do why not get the best wine that your family will enjoy?
I’m not into drinking, but when I do I make it a point it’s unforgettable! Such as having a nice drink of wine with the people I love, with the finest wine, and with the best food of course. Haha, I don’t know yet if I plan to drink wine in the following six months. Probably not.