It really is. I’m not sure if this is a trait limited to just dicks or if it’s a shared human experience. All I know is that after work it’s easier to drink beer and watch television than to actually accomplish something meaningful, like laundry or writing a blog post.
I’ll go find some clean underwear and something to write about.
As I was typing out my review of the video game Catherine I was imagining everything I was typing as being spoken by Ben “Yahtzee” Croshaw from Zero Punctuation. The game aggravated me to the point that I felt the need to create a five-minute animation filled with sarcasm and strange hyperbole to get the point across that the game was good, but really wasn’t. Alas I lack the motivation to do such a thing. Thankfully Yahtzee has got around to making his own.
Downtown no Gottsu Ee Kanji (ダウンタウンのごっつええ感じ) was a Japanese television show that ran in the 1990s; hosted by and starring the comedy duo Downtown, Masatoshi Hamada (浜田 雅功) and Hitoshi Matsumoto (松本 人志). It was a variety show that featured interviews, games, and comedy sketches. It is those sketches that are still remembered long after the show went off the air and I’ve found a few to share.