Back to 1999

4 06 2014

For some reason, I’ve been listening to this song on repeat for the past few days and really digging it. And yes, I feel very guilty for liking it. But only a little.

Sometimes, I feel like listening to David Archuleta

13 12 2011

Don’t hate me for it.

30 Day Movie Challenge: Day 26: Movie you’re most embarrassed to say you like

11 07 2011

Quite frankly, I’m getting kinda tired of posting these movie clips but I think it’s partly because I don’t have much to say or what I do have to say isn’t all that interesting.


Let’s cut it short today.  I’m embarrassed to like New York Minute, not only because it’s a terrible movie with a stupid plot and that has the Olsen twins being super girly who both find cute guys in the span of one day, but also… actually, that about sums it up.


30 Day Movie Challenge: Day 18: A film that is your guilty pleasure

1 07 2011

Not much to say about this except that I want to say I don’t watch a lot of crappy movies and though this isn’t super crappy, it is kind of cheesy fluff… but I still like it.

And according to my original facebook post, a lot of others like the film too, so maybe I shouldn’t feel all that guilty about liking it… hmm.

30 Day Song Challenge: Day 13: A song that is a guilty pleasure

22 04 2011

Just because I’m gay doesn’t automatically mean I like Cher.  Or Madonna.  Or Bette Midler.  Or any of those somehow-designated gay idol divas.  I remember when I used to work at Future Shop and we were looking for some CDs for callbacks.  My coworker Christine asked Marcus and I if we knew where a Bette Midler CD was and all he did was turn to look at me, as if I knew the exact location of the CD in the store just by being gay.  I glared at him in return.

And for a long time, I had been resisting one of the newer self-proclaimed gay idols, Lady Gaga, since the very beginning.  I didn’t find any of her songs particularly interesting and “Telephone” was the same way.  But ultimately, the catchiness of the tune got to me.  I don’t love the song but I will sing along to it if/when I hear it, and I do like it, and I like what Lady Gaga stands for so maybe that’s a part of my tolerance for the song.  Hmm.

I don’t see this trend continuing but who knows.