Now that we're almost one month into our New Year's resolutions, it seems so long ago that we vowed to never eat another Taco Bell Beefy Crunch Burrito, and swore that excercise would be our TOP priority in 2012. While I am well aware that along with nacho cheese, perhaps the vice that has the strongest hold on me is reality TV, I cannot stop.
When I get home after a day at work, immediately encase myself in a swath of fuzzy pajamas, and find that there is a brand spankin' new Real Housewives of Beverly Hills to watch, I can only describe my feelings like this (in TV clip form):
If the people of reality TV land are great at anything it's making poor decisions, decisions that I can learn from, thus justifying my viewing of such programs. Here are some of the best lessons that I gained from watching hour upon hour of TV that would otherwise turn my brain into a steaming pile of mush.
I decided that my life had taken a turn for the worse, when I was saddened by a scheduling error on the part of Soap Net. I feel a change has to be made when you are watching reruns of The OC everyday at 2pm. So now...I blog.
cutie, jesse eisenberg, pop culture
American Beauty, I enjoy really bad movies more than really good ones sometimes..., Jackie Brown, Rabbit Hole, Showgirls
Favorite TV Shows:
american idol, anthony bourdain: no reservations, bravo!, conan obrien presents: team coco, family guy, larry david, mad men, mtv, oprah winfrey, rupauls drag race, the bad girls club, the simpsons, tim and eric awesome show: great job