An extremely lazy underachiever
Working out of my home office, but should be on the road every day
Obsessed with my weight and food in general
In love with my parakeet
Afraid to have children in the fear that they I will pass on my anxiety disorder and depression
The Dr. Phil Show
The Girls Next Door
I used to watch (and still would if I could!)
Howard Stern on E!
The Tom Green Show
I am a scientist. Supposedly, a brilliant critical thinker. Everyone comes to me for solutions because I can weed through all the crap and get down to what’s important. That being said…
When I’m on pain meds, I’ll buy anything. Stuff that you know is *crap * suddenly seems brilliant. My injuries are the sole reason there are infomercials. I’ve been accused of having Ron Popeil on speed dial.
Also, I watch the stupid crap the History Channel shows when they think no one is watching. You know, Hitler’s Missing Love Child, Secrets of the Illuminati, Bermuda Triangle = Black Hole, Lost Worlds, whatever. I know it’s illogical and a waste of my time, but I watch it anyway.
I know way more than I should about celebrities. I don’t go out of my way to watch entertainment shows or read magazines about them, but somehow I know every little current detail of who is marrying/divorcing whom, who is having a baby with whom, etc. I don’t know these people; I will never meet these people; why should I care in the slightest who is doing what with whom?
I am the person who buys the $1 documentaries. You know, the ones at the 99 cent store, Wal-Mart, etc. If I see an educational movie of any sort and it is something I can afford I have to take it home with me, like I think it is a puppy at the pound. Since a dollar is something I can afford to spend I own all of the documentaries I find at the dollar store. I found one that is a part of a series (the CNN Milennium series to be exact) at the 99 cent store and I want the rest of them but I can’t find them anywhere. I looked up the series but it is $100 for the set on VHS and that is too expensive for me.