|My front room might look a bit like this!!!|
This New Year Sunday Sermon will be mercifully short, and hopefully bloody brief. This is mainly due to the fact that quite frankly I'm way too busy at the moment dealing with headaches, and empty spirit bottles strewn haphazardly across the floor to even care about writing something cohesive for the blog. I'm also guessing that many of you have been struck down with mysterious headaches this morning. I mean it happens every year, I'm surprised nobody has asked for research grant funding to look into the phenomenon. So 'what is today's sermon about then', I hear you all groggily ask? Well my good friends it's about those all important New Year resolutions. Yeah, those things many of us make and then never stick too!
Now many of you will have made very worthy New Years resolutions, like I have in previous years. You know, have more sex, drink more alcohol, consume more drugs and listen to more rock and roll. You know the classics... what? Really? No way! Are you sure they're not the normal ones people make? I mean those have been my New Years resolutions pretty much since I was 14! What? Really? Diets?!?!?! Why? Giving up smoking!!! You're taking the piss now... right? You're not! Oh! Apparently reader I've just been informed that I've been doing this New Year Resolution 'thing' all wrong. Now personally I think my resolutions sound far more 'fun' and 'worthy', but apparently the aim of New Year resolutions is to make us all a little bit more miserable and possibly suicidal. No I don't understand it either. Society and social norms confuses me sometimes... and by sometimes I mean all the time!
Well Bollocks to that I say! I'm sticking with my usual resolutions. However, this year I'm making some gaming based resolutions, and I think you should all think about making some hobby pledges too. Mine are below:
- I pledge to continue to introduce people to new gaming experiences, whether they fecking like it or not. You WILL play Infinity God damn it!
- I will continue to seek out new gaming experiences myself and I pledge to be constantly open minded and on the look out for awesome games.
- And finally, I pledge to do way more painting this year and finish some of my pet 'projects' off.
|I'll finish my EotBS fleet by the end of January 2012!!!|
|Deadpool's New Years Eve party. You had to be there!!!|
As for you guys, have any of you made any hobby related New Year Resolutions? If so what are they? We'd all like to know. So jot them down in the comments below. Obviously the only reason we all want to know is because we want to be able to point and laugh at you when you too fail to keep your overly ambitious targets. Hell, I'll be surprised at myself if I keep to my own gaming resolutions through January! Yeah, I'm that bad at keeping them. If I could urge people to adopt one of my own resolutions for themselves though, it would have be number 2. Seriously, I don't care how many or what games you already play, there's still more cool stuff out there you haven't yet played. Simply put, if you're not trying out the amazing products people are putting out there this year, then it is you who are missing out. Lets make 2012 the year we all go out and try to play some new things. Peace out and have an utterly awesome 2012 everyone!