Sorry, but some of your statements just miss really. Yes, I know it's just opinion, but just so other readers won't be misled:
Best web development language I have ever used. Easy language, and very versatile. Also over 80% of all sites on the web use PHP
Ah, PHP, the inconsistent naming schemes, the fractal of bad design, the incredibly verbose function names ( mysql_real_escape_string), and this picture:
Best language for developing "everyday" applications, and 2D games. Runs on almost every computer. Excellent native libraries with all the programming tools I need.
This language feels like a complete mess - often times being counterintuitive
It is thanks to Anders' expert guidance that .NET started out such a remarkably well designed language – literally what Java should have been on every conceivable level
Where C# can stand for .NET in this context.