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2013! The super future! No one planned for humanity making it this far. Instead of staring down into the scary void that is the unknown future, let us instead look back at the year that was 2012. What we’ve got planned is about a month of best of 2012 lists. Why? Because we don’t have press passes, it take us time to catch up with everything. Plus, January is boring and nothing’s going on anyway. But before we get to the best ofs, there’s the Mildly Pleased Awards.

What are the Mildly Pleased Awards? They are an opportunity to look back at the things that often fall through the cracks on normal award shows – the stuff that is neither exceptionally bad nor especially good. The stuff that most people walk away from thinking, “well, that was OK,” and then immediately forget about. We remember.

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[toggle title_open=”Spoiled!” title_closed=”Spoilers!” hide=”yes” border=”yes” style=”default” excerpt_length=”0″ read_more_text=”Read More” read_less_text=”Read Less” include_excerpt_html=”no”]Most Mildly Pleasing Game of 2012
Asura’s Wrath

Most Mildly Pleasing Viral Video of 2012
Julie and the Deathly Surgeon

Most Mildly Pleasing Event of 2012
London 2012 Summer Olympics

Most Mildly Pleasing TV Show of 2012
The Office

Most Mildly Pleasing Album of 2012
Jack White – Blunderbuss

Most Mildly Pleasing Song of 2012
Alex Clare – “Too Close”

Lifetime Achievement in Mild Pleasure
Guy Pearce

Most Mildly Pleasing Actress of 2012
Gina Carano (Haywire)

Most Mildly Pleasing Actor of 2012
Channing Tatum (Magic Mike)

Most Mildly Pleasing Movie of 2012
Ted

  1. Better late than never! Now that it’s out, it’ll be out forever.

  2. With the Skype lag it sounds like we were really giving Nancy the cold shoulder.

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