“What the authors of The Encyclopedia of Guilty Pleasures (and everyone else who uses this term) fail to realize is that the only people who believe in some kind of universal taste—a consensual demarcation between what's artistically good and what's artistically bad—are insecure, uncreative elitists who need to use somebody else's art to validate their own limited worldview. It never matters what you like; what matters is why you like it.”
Just a tip: Don’t leave the JB Hi-Fi catalogue in contact with your skin for an extended period of time, especially in hot weather. Because the yellow ink does transfer onto your face. Don’t ask me how I know.