How to tell if you have a decent sense of humor…
Ever wonder if you have a keen sense of humor? If you can seperate what’s actually funny from crap like Disaster Movie? Well, look no further than this simple test…
Do you like The Nostalgia Critic?
If you said yes, please cancel your ISP, get a vasectomy/hysterectomy, if it’s too late for that, well, I’m not going to say kill your children, but, c’mon. Wouldn’t that be a lot easier than always having to drive them to school? Exactly. OK, so now you can no longer spread your ignorance and my blood pressure can drop a cool 10 points.
The Nostalgia Critic is a guy who makes really crappy attempts at being funny by making fun of old movies. Not a bad premise, if the guy was actually funny.
You know that guy at work, or school, who thinks he’s really funny? He thinks that yelling, or constantly repeating something that doesn’t make sense is really funny? He quotes really obvious movie lines, or will talk about Chuck Norris being a bad-ass. You know, super lame crap that was never funny to begin with and became less and less funny as more and more un-funny morons latched on to it. He thinks Family Guy is actually funny, and believes that The Simpsons have made a decent episode within the last 10 years.
Well, that’s basically the Nostalgia Critic. I’ve watched 3 videos of his, that came at strong recommendation from things I read online, and didn’t laugh once. I know I’m funny. People tell me all the goddamn time. I know what’s funny, too.
Making a ton of stupid gay jokes, or really lame pop-culture references do not make you a funny person. They make you a hack. Liking these things makes you a stupid person, and a hack.
I guess I shouldn’t be surprised he’s so well liked. Meet The Spartans was number 1 at the box office, and while I worked at Hollywood Video, people would rent that crap all the time. Family Guy was brought out of cancellation. Snuggies are being bought at an alarming, rate.
I truly believe America is the first country to be able to make stupid a communicable disease. No wonder I hate it so much.