My guilty pleasure is infomercials.
I absolutely love them
and I'm completely addicted.
I find them entertaining.
You see someone who is trying,
to curl their hair.
They have a tortured look on their face,
their curling iron is caught in their hair,
and they're struggling like mad.
Then they show someone using the
Turbo 2000 Curling Iron Pro
(or some equally ridiculous name)
and suddenly they're smiling,
they're aura is glowing brightly,
and their hair looks absolutely maaaahvelous!
My current favourite infomercial is for the
Sonic Hearing Aid.
They go on and on about the things that you'll hear,
like conversations you'll covertly listen to.
Isn't this illegal?
By far, the best line in this is at the 110 marker.
Some chick in a bikini (sex sells, right?)
walks by two other girls on a beach.
One girl turns to the other and says:
"Her body is amazing!"
There is no way on God's green acre that ANY woman
would say that about any other woman.
It's more likely she'd be saying
"Would you look at that skanky ho.
Who does she think she is?!
Did she look in the mirror before she left the house?"
They're slogan is:
"Get Super Sonic now and hear things you've never heard before."
You know what?
I don't need to hear what people are saying out of earshot.
I have a pretty good idea already.
Probably the same thing I'm saying about them.
And it's not nice.