I'm not that fond of anime. My earliest memory watching a dubbed version of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer cartoons as a kid, trying to figure out what the hell was wrong with it. I have some nice memories surrounding the concept though. One of my closest friends was a big anime-fiend in high school, so we'd treck down to the Chinatown mall to purchase subbed VHS bootlegs, neither DVD distribution nor broadband being popular yet. He tried to get me into it, but try as I may, I juts couldn't. Even the universally-acclaimed Cowboy Bebop literally put me to sleep halfway through an episode.
Something I do like, however, is slick editing. And yoshi1013's appropriately- (and hyperbolically-) titled "Every Anime Opening Ever Made" manages to sum up at least a few of my personal distates for anime in a hilarious and clearly loving manner: