The Crossroads of the Aether
The title says it all. We all have one... that little things that you adore, but it's just ever so slightly embarassing. Well, since we're all among friends here... share if you'd like to.
Myself, I admittedly love watching 90's/early 2000's cartoons. Those wonderful things were my childhood, and every now and then it doesn't hurt to watch a little bit of 7 little Monsters or Courage the Cowardly Dog.
"Returrnnnn the slaaabbbb..."
I'm also quite fond of playing pokemon games, still.
I like old black and white horror movies and sensual songs/music like Enigma's, Sadeness and Mia Culpa and "Black by Pearl Jam and Black Milk by Massive Attack, and the band HIM, ESPECIALLY lead singer Ville Valo!!!! ohh and some comic books and old library's ..I can't tell ya what old libraries do to meh.lol... Ohh and I find little Mayberry towns so quaint, that I'm ever on the hunt for the perfect one.
I agree Ville is a guilty pleasure with that deep smooth voice and dark eyes.
Ooh, Massive Attack. I love them. :)
My lead singer guilty pleasure would have to be Peter Steele with Type O negative. *sighhhhhhhhh*
Hmmmmm... I think my current guilty pleasure is probably the show Adventure Time. :3
EHMAHGAWD ADVENTURE TIME! Is Gunter not the cutest thing ever?
He is! I want one. o.o;;
Also, ERMAGERD LADY RAINECORN IS PREGNANT.
Girls in costume.
Spending time during the school day on the Steampunk Empire rather than the staffroom.
OMG! Mine too!
Except its more like...
Glitter (which is kind of like smoking)
Men in costumes
Spending all my class time chatting on Steampunk Empire instead of listening to lecture
Ok, how is glitter like smoking? LOL!
Ah! This one I can answer.
I was recently turning a rather gauche glitter-covered skull into a more solemn, realistic one for Hubby's Steampunk Study. I found, to my horror, that glitter is a contaminant. Like nicotine, it coats every surface; your clothes, your skin and your hair. It gets into the food and if you inhale it, you cough like a consumptive poet. It's addictive, too. I've heard once you apply it to a seasonal greeting, you're doomed to add it to everything, willy-nilly. The Germans make the best stuff, apparently. Pure ground glass.
Glitter ... the herpes of the craft world.