So, I’m a pretty nice person. I don’t try to hurt people’s feelings on purpose. I don’t go out of my way to please people…….oh, wait, I do. Oh well, the point is, that I’m a nice person and it’s not because I legitimately LIKE everyone I contact with. It’s because I have no desire to hurt someone’s feelings. It’s because I don’t understand the point of being mean to someone. I’m not going to agree with everyone for the sake of agreeing because that’s not right either but, at the same time, I’m not going to trample over another person just because I can.
Anyway, all that to say, if you can’t say something nice, don’t say anything at all. It’s a good mantra. I live by it…….(Disclaimer for my Beefer: This is not the nature of our relationship but a perk of a beefer is being able to be honest about things that you have to hold in elsewhere. You get it…..It’s a shared Beefy quality.)
Where did this come from? Someone posted a mean comment on my blog that said I was too whiny and that reading my blog was a waste of time…..obviously, I did not approve for this comment to be posted. This stranger also said my life was boring…..Dude, I’m an elementary school teacher who crafts and goes to church. Seriously?! My life isn’t bursting with excitement but I do just fine. It hurt my feelings more than it should.
OKAY-back to the post!!!!!!!
In the spirit of not being exciting and making my blog a waste of time, here are my favorite guilty pleasure tv shows…in no particular order:
Buffy the Vampire Slayer–Oh yeah!
Angel-the spin-off of BTVS
Grey’s Anatomy-Shut it….it doesn’t require thinking
True Blood-do you see a vampire like pattern?
Wow, I thought there would be more. I guess I’ll list the ones that aren’t guilty pleasure but more just regular pleasures.
Better Off Ted-this one happened recently but it is/was fantastic
Okay, that’s another short list……I don’t watch that much tv.
Notice: Glee is not on the List. I’m over the Glee-thing…..I really liked it until it became all the rage and until people (who will remain nameless) were expecting Glee quality programs from my economically-disadvantaged children. It really makes you lose the “glee.”