Saturday, April 16, 2011

N is for Nevermind

I'm going to let you know right now that I'm tired as all hell today.  If I weren't restricted to topics in alphabetical order, I'd tell you all about the crazy shit that's going on right now.  But as it is, let me talk to you about Nintendo.

I cannot remember a time in my life when there was no Nintendo.  I still remember that Christmas when I was five.  I remember all the Tetris, and the Super Mario Brothers., and the Duck Hunt, and that fucking dog.  Since then, they've always been there for me.

How many hours of my life have I wasted spent collecting coins, and pieces of Triforce?  God, you know what?  I'm already tired of this subject.  How about this...

There are very few shows that are as prolific and compelling as Naruto.  They carefully construct a rich lore and complex list of characters, but never lose the fast-paced action that keep you waiting for more...

Nah, eff that, too.

There may never be another internet sensation as robust as the Numa Numa Guy.

Ohh, I really liked the NeverEnding Story!

No, wait, I was just talking about that... I already talk about New Zealand a lot, and I have an entirely different post planned for Newfoundland...  Ninja was mentioned in the Japan post...  Maybe I can do something with napkins?

You know what's bad-ass?  Napkins.

All the time I'm all like "Yo, this party is fly, but you know what we need up in this piece?  Napkins, muthafucka."
No.  Just, no.


I'll see you guys Monday.


Big Life Little Country said...

Adam Jones.... I just met you but I think I might love you. Fab blog, I think I read..all of it! lol :)

Adam Jones said...

I love you, too.

Nate Wilson said...

I'm totally stealing that "Napkins, muthafucka" line for the next party I go to. I'll be life of the party! (At least, till the napkins get there...)

And I can still remember the code to get to Mike Tyson solely by the sound of putting it in.

Adam Jones said...

Nate - You will be the coolest guy in Napkin Town. Perhaps you could one day run for mayor. Of Napkin Town. You could run on an anti-spillage platform.

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