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When asked about that self-indulgent purchase, while items such as a "new outfit" or a "trendy tech gadget" were both popular choices (at 18% and 11%, respectively), by far the most popular desired use of a tax refund was a "dream vacation", with nearly half (47%) of self-indulgent respondents choosing this option.
Elvis Costello & The Imposters @ St David's Hall, Cardiff (June 1) | WHILE the last time he played Cardiff in 2010 may have been a bit of a disappointment - too much self-indulgent noodling and obscure song choices for us here at Seven Days HQ - Elvis did promise he'd return to pick from his greatest hits catalogue some time in the future.
G n' R have made a habit of this kind of self-indulgent posturing on their current tour.
Wylde's guitar solo noodling gets self-indulgent at times, notably on a cover of Steve Winwood's Can't Find My Way Home, although his rock riffs are fast and furious.
He is trying to win support at Holyrood for a cross-party group on the Caribbean, despite political rivals accusing him of being self-indulgent.
Fast forward a few years and the f-word diet has become a bit played-out and predictable, self-indulgent and boring.
People say we're flaky, self-indulgent, irresponsible.
Speaking at the Black Country Chamber of Commerce's annual banquet, Alan Duncan said the self-indulgent behaviour by some members of the Treasury Select Committee during their questioning of senior executives of the private equity industry last week "demeans Parliament bringing politics into disrepute.
Awkward transitions and bits of unengaging text made the piece self-indulgent and pointlessly retro, more so in that both dancers are movers of the first rank.
First comes fatness and rejection, then a period of thin but self-indulgent revenge on the people who laughed at the former fatness, lastly an understanding that true self-worth resides not in appearance but in the love reflected back at perfection--Hollywood's version of wholeness.
PROG BANDS are considered by many rock fans to be pretentious, over-the-top and self-indulgent, but British quartet Porcupine Tree smash that stereotype to bits with their smart, catchy and direct songwriting.
Surely a book's narrative should suffice to make its point, instead of relying on this self-indulgent twaddle?
It is not self-indulgent to take this time for yourself.
While the works might arguably operate as symbolic talismans against getting older or fantasies of doing so "gracefully," they are first-and-foremost celebratory caricatures, self-indulgent and vain (it is as if Feinstein feels able to show us what she might become strictly because she hasn't yet).
that are grabbed out of thin air by pampered, self-indulgent, hedonistic special interest groups.