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    Peeking In Duxxy's Avatar
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    LOL I must admit that when I worked in a bookstore I had lunch with a different tabloid every day- the brittish ones are much worse than the American ones, and the french don't leave the celebs any privacy at all... the german ones are pretty bad too, if you are a celeb with naked pics out there the french and germans will plaster you all over the inside of their magazines.

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    We subscribe to a lot of magazines. Most came from the use of airline miles and some came free from a sample product site.

    PC World
    Wired
    Time
    Romantic Homes
    US Weekly
    ESPN Magazine
    Sport Rider
    Private Pilot
    Allure
    Maxim
    Glamour
    Town and Country
    Sports Illustrated

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    Quote Originally Posted by Duxxy
    .....if you are a celeb with naked pics out there the french and germans will plaster you all over the inside of their magazines.
    I've been reading the wrong magazines.
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    Newsweek
    Sports Illustrated
    ESPN the Magazine
    Sunset

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    Reader's Digest
    People
    Family Chronicle (genealogy mag)
    Ancestry
    Writer's Digest
    Consumer Reports
    Antique Trader

    I will also browse through just about anything in the checkout line EXCEPT stuff with vapid celebs like Paris Hilton. Ugh!

    Will also spend hours in Barnes and Noble browsing. Does anyone else hate all the little subscription offer cards that fall out of all the mags in the bookstores?
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    Vanity Fair
    GQ
    Martha Stewart Living and the Enquirer of course.

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    I don't subscribe, but I regularly read American Vogue (wish the foreign counterparts were more available), American Elle, Bust Magazine, Vanity Fair, Pointe Magazine, and Another Magazine (only comes out twice a year... but my favorite for fashion and art).

    I'll also read anything from the New Yorker - it's way over my head, but I enjoy "Shouts & Murmurs" and occasional articles - to People and Us Weekly, depending on my mood. The New York Times Magazine is always great.

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    I currently subscribe to Good Housekeeping magazine, and Woman's Day.
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    The subscriptions we have are:

    InStyle (gift from my son)
    National Geographic for kids (gift from Grandma)
    Readers Digest (gift from my mom)

    And I'm going to subscribe to Elle next week for a New Years gift to myself.

    I buy In Touch and US weekly all the time, too. I like to read them while I work out and then I leave them at the gym for others to enjoy.
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    Wallpaper* Magazine
    Men's Health
    Maxim
    US Weekly

    IBD (newspaper)

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