In my school days it was 'Just 17', closely followed by 'More' magazine which we used to all fight over at school to read with the funny problem pages and 'position of the fortnight'
When I lived on my own every time I went shopping I would buy a cake and 'Heat' magazine and when I worked in the worlds most boring office we survived by swapping issues of every celebrity / woman's mag going!
I also loved the slighty more geeky 'Web user' and 'Computer Active'
Big fat glossy mags were reserved for holidays and plane journeys as an extra special treat.
And my favourite bit of planning my wedding was the tons of back issue Wedding Mags I used to buy from the local market stall.
My magazine habit came to an abrupt end however when I left the UK and discovered how much imported magazines are on a small island in the Med!
No-one I know buys them here, instead we enjoy reading issues given to us by visitors and wondering who the hell all these people are they are talking about.
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