I'm not a big splurger of money, but my guilty pleasures do lie within BMWs. I get roped in.— Tom Felton
Surprising Guilty Pleasure quotations
I'm more of a handbag girl; my guilty pleasure is bags. I don't even have a clue how many I own.
Short is the joy that guilty pleasure brings.
I don't believe in guilty pleasures. If I like it, I don't feel guilty about it
It is with pleasure I receive reproof, when reproof is due, because no person can be readier to accuse me, than I am to acknowledge an error, when I am guilty of one; nor more desirous of atoning for a crime, when I am sensible of having committed it.
Here's a vice: I say yes to too many things.
I wish I had the guilty pleasure of saying no. My goal is to try to do less, but more fully.
What's my guilty pleasure? The thing is, I never feel guilty about pleasures.
The Sabbath day has become a day of pleasure, a day of boisterous conduct, a day in which the worship of God has departed, and the worship of pleasure has taken its place. I am sorry to say that many of the Latter-day Saints are guilty of this. We should repent.
When I was a kid, I had two great guilty pleasures.
One was horror movies and the other was martial arts movies.
I guess my guilty pleasure would be listening to the British audio versions of the 'Harry Potter' books.
A lot of foreign people say, when asking about eating habits, 'What is your guilty pleasure?' I have no guilt. Whatever I do, I enjoy and it's the point. I think if you start to feel guilty about it, that's a problem. So, no guilty pleasures. I have pleasure and no guilt at all.
I don't really have guilty pleasures.
Anything musically that I fully, fully believe, is good no matter who the artist is, no matter what the marketing is behind it, I stand pretty firm.
My favorite thing is always wings. That is my guilty pleasure.
If you write satire, the guilty pleasure these days is that there's just so much material about. On the other hand, if you have a family it can be depressing.
I don't categorize food as bad or a guilty pleasure.
'Project Runway' was my guilty pleasure while my son was napping or nursing.
My guilty pleasure is Flamin' Hot Cheetos.
I'm an equal opportunity reader - although I don't much read plays.
And since I was raised a Presbyterian, pretty much all pleasures are guilty.
Half of the popcorn sh-t that's out there, we know it's popcorn.
But we're like, "It's my guilty pleasure." I feel like we have more guilty pleasure than actual f - kin' pleasure.
There is a guilty pleasure in being rude and knowing that it's acting rather than you. But you get the same release as if you were being rude in life.
My guilty pleasure is One Direction.
I don't believe in guilty pleasures. If you enjoy something, there's nothing guilty about it.
I'm really starting to learn the value of silence and meditation.
I keep my sanity in the middle of a hectic day by taking some me time or sometimes watching a guilty pleasure on TV, doing absolutely nothing, or just hanging out with friends and family. They keep me grounded and centered.
I'm not a vegetarian, and I like filet minion which is sort of a guilty pleasure because I have vegetarian leanings. I eat that once in a while, but generally speaking I like to eat vegetarian things. I really like pasta. I really like bread with olive oil and garlic and I like salads.
I like to stay hydrated with water throughout the day and snack on apples, but my guilty pleasure would definitely be a caramel macchiato from Starbucks!
I have these guilty pleasures, these failed films that don't work at all, but I'll watch them if they're on. Like 'The Game'.
I love the show 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia;
' that's probably a guilty pleasure! I laugh so hard.
I love to dance so much. It's one of my guilty pleasures in life and my hobby.
I don't feel guilty in having pleasure!
I derive no pleasure from prosecuting a man, even though I know he's guilty;
do you think I could sleep at night or look at myself in the mirror in the morning if I hounded an innocent man?
Cooking, decorating, diet/self-help and gardening books are guilty pleasures and useful time fillers.
I seriously hate pop music and all things super-commercial, so I'd be hard pressed to feel embarrassed by anything I listen to. Besides, I have a three-year-old, so I don't have time for guilty pleasures anyway!
I have a lot of pleasures but I don't feel guilty about them.
For me, the only type of guilty pleasure fun that I have in terms of my career is I act once in awhile. And I don't have any responsibility.
I find a very guilty pleasure in dark themes and vibes, and finding where the transcending nature of awareness meets this darkness.