Best Television Show
Best Blog "Meme" or Whatever that I Participated In
This year I actually did 2 blog meme things (I really don't know what the hell you're supposed to call them), but I did the Halloween one, which I think got the most comments of any single post I did this year, undoubtedly due to the fact that there was a picture of me at my devastatingly handsomest, sporting a mighty playoff beard for the hockey. And then there was the other one I did not all that long ago, where I asked to be a part of Mr. Astro's Squatchfest 2010. I had a blast watching Harry and the Hendersons with my kids, and despite being nervous about having something I wrote show up anywhere other than here, I think it turned out pretty well. It's definitely something I enjoyed, and would do again.
Every once in a while I come across a website that actually makes me glad the internets exist. Not often, but sometimes. "Hot Chicks in Batman Shirts" is a shining example of why I'm happy to pay for my internet connection month after month. Do yourself a favor and visit here.
Favorite Youtube Video
I don't even watch Family Guy anymore but for whatever reason this year I caught the Xmas episode, and laughed at the following scene so hard I had tears in my eyes. I was still laughing at it well after the show ended. And I STILL laugh every single time I watch the clip on Youtube.
Best Sporting Event
I watch a LOT of sports, and just as with almost every other self-respecting southerner, I'm particularly fond of one college football team. You might've heard of them, they were undefeated this year and are playing against Oregon in the National Championship in just a few days. Regardless of how that game turns out, there's no denying that my Auburn Tigers had one hell of a season in 2010, and almost every game had it's ups and downs. But there was one game, the one that put me through the most emotional distress, the one that took me from the absolute lowest of lows before lifting me to the highest of highs. I screamed, I cursed, I laughed, I cried, I literally almost fainted. If you watched it, you already know what I'm talking about, and will undoubtedly agree that this year's Iron Bowl was the easy choice for the Best Sporting Event Bonesy.
It's no secret that I have an unhealthy obsession with clothing, and t-shirts in particular. I have way more than any one man should. This past year, I hold Teefury personally responsible for my need for an additional closet. The Skeletons in my Closet posts I do offered up quite a few worthy contenders this year, but in all honesty there aren't many things in this world that are more awesome than Zombie Darth Maul, and then when you throw a Zombie Darth Vader and Emperor Palpatine all on the same shirt together, well you get my $10 and you get yourself a Bonesy for Favorite T-Shirt.
Favorite OMG Moment at The Batcave
I'm always surprised and very thankful for any comments, additions to my Legion of Loyal Followers, or links to my little blog here. This year I had two correspondences that absolutely left my jaw on the floor. The first came from current Detective Comics writer Scott Snyder who thanked me through email for my post about Detective Comics #871. The freakin' writer of Detective Comics emailed me. That might not sound like much to you guys, but for me that is absolutely my geeky fanboyish dream come true. The second one though, is one that's been followed up by even more OMG moments and came after my posting the teaser for American Mary, and then mentioning that the Twisted Twins had another movie already in the works and I still hadn't seen Dead Hooker in a Trunk. They commented on the post, offering to send me a copy of the movie, then posted a link to the Batcave in a post on their blog, and are even following my pointlessly stupid tweets on Twitter. The Soska's are without a doubt two of the coolest people I've met in the horror community, plus they're from Canada which automatically makes them awesome, and I'm extremely grateful that they took the time to stop by the Batcave. Your Bonesy is in the mail, ladies!
Favorite Blogger Awards Show
Now, let's put a wrap on all the sappy bullshit before I do any further damage to my hardcore image, I believe I promised a musical number. Out of all the award show performances I've seen over the years, only one has ever left me with a newfound level of love for not only the artist, but the network that aired it. I never much cared for Spike TV, until I saw Pinhead intro My Chemical Romance's performance of "Welcome to the Black Parade" at the Scream Awards in 2006. Might as well let them send the Bonesys off in style too! Enjoy the video, and look forward to even more mediocre blogging in 2011 from Tales From the Batcave!