If you expect a look back here, a year in review and all that dross, then your expectations are pretty much wrong. Go cry into a glass of cheap champagne on your own time.1 Also, if you expect any New Year’s Resolutions and similar false bravado here, well…I guess I just don’t know what to do with you. I really don’t.
Other than the usual daily bullshit of resolve, like, I shall resolve to watch the Manchester City/Leicester City tilt in about 18 minutes2 and then write about it in 500 words or less3. Or, I shall resolve to have another can of HAMMS as soon as I finish this one. Unless they are integral parts of your everyday life4, there is really no point in making any sort of resolutions at all. But since you insist, I will make one all the same:
There. NOW are focking satisfied??
“If you think 11 shows are too many, then you can just take it up with ME when I come to your front door to kick your ass!’®
There has been a changing of the guard. For years, Ron Hornaday, the toughest guy in NASCAR has been presenting his Ron Hornaday’s Top 9 Anime Shows of (–insert year here–). Well, as I alluded to last year, it’s time for a new younger tough guy. And that guy is NASCAR driver Denny Hamlin. He is the toughest guy in NASCAR these days. And yes, I know his teammate Kyle Busch showed incredible toughness and resolve to overcome a severe injury at Daytona to win the championship. But on a day to day basis, no one these days in NASCAR says no-nonsense, no-bullshit, tough-guy than Denny Hamlin. So the mantle has been passed and this year, before I get that ominous knock on my door, and without further ado or adieu, here it is:
The Denny Hamlin Top 11 Anime Shows of 2015
- Yuri Kuma Arashi
- Hibeki Euphonium
- Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
- Akagami no Shirayuki-hime
- One Punch Man
- Sakurako-san no Ashimoto
- Gakusen Toshi Asterisk
- Prison School
- Koufuku Grafitti
- Ore Monogatari
There ya go. You’d best get at it right now. Start with the Lesbian Bear Show and work your way down the list. Or, start with One Punch Man, or Prison School and knock yourself out before Denny Hamlin shows up at your door to knock yourself out for you.
And why 11 instead of, say, 10, or 9? Well Denny Hamlin’s drives the #11 Fed Ex Toyota for Joe Gibbs Racing.
So 11 it is then.
Better start watching right now, or else!!
No. I won’t be gulled into THAT conceit either. No looks back, and no furtive glances forward.
So that’s about for now, and 2015.
Make everyday a new year.
And have one on me.5
R.I.P Lemmy Kilmister 1945-2015
- But you ARE cordially invited to share it with us. That’s what the comment section is for. So have at it, chumplins!
- As I type this
- Probably not…
- In which case, there is no need to make New Years ones….hell, just make a few Canada Day resolutions and call IT a day
- But remember, as always, YOU buy the first round.