Naw guys it’s not that Seth Mcfarlane is involved in the new Scooby Doo it’s just that one of his producers and some of his subordinates are.
I guess that does technically make it his fault though he did basically invent that entire craptastic style and somehow generate enough money for it to proliferate.
Your mushroom girls are super cute
I also have mushroom dude(s) that I should probably upload more
Okay so like the last Scooby Doo series, Mystery Inc, was hilariously witty, remarkably dark, created a sci-fi horror mythos actually explaining why a talking dog exists and why criminals keep dressing up as monsters, and while the character lineart could have been better, it was a pretty beautiful cartoon to look at.
Now the next new Scooby Doo series is being made by some of the same people who worked on Family Guy and fuckin Brickleberry who are bragging about how much more grown up and less “campy” they think their series is going to be and look at those godawful hideous Seth Mcfarlane looking butt scribbes
Cartoon Network I have come to expect so much better
Can someone explain those “name a movie that starts with B! 99% WILL FAIL!” things that go around facebook? Like I thought they were just some unfunny meme but people keep sharing them like they’re an actual challenge is there a joke I’m missing
kay so hallucinations with a high fever that werent just a dog painting refusing to settle down and stop moving: the big one that always horrified me was MATH. how can math be a hallucination math is an abstraction NO. EVERYTHING WAS MATH. THE AIR WAS GEOMETRIC. YOU CANT BREATHE OCTAGONS. GET UNDER THE BLANKET THE TRIANGLES ARE COMING. UNDER TEH BLANKET ITS DARK, YOU CANT SEE THE MATH IN THERE. OH GOD IM GOING TO DIE AND MATH IS GOING TO KILL ME unsurprisingly i'm very bad at math
I know this horrific state of mind from the last time I was taking math classes and got the sickest I’ve been since my teens.
It was like having a song stuck in your head, but instead of music it was the convoluted and stressful number salad of trying to figure out fictional equations, feeling like that was the only way to interpret the surrounding environment and feeling increasingly stressed that it wasn’t getting done in time.
I passed that class by literally half a point I was awarded out of mercy.
Trying to explain to someone why it’s creepy to just hurl unsolicited come-ons and physical “compliments” at strangers and you’d think I told him not to breathe. He used the phrase “society would grind to a halt.”
I’ve never hit on anybody, initiated flirting, or known if I was being flirted with and I’ve still been in relationships so no, society would probably not grind to a halt I’m pretty sure most real relationships start with some pre-existing familiarity and not a strange dude reminding some waitress that she has boobs
When I was very young and had high fevers, I would have this strange feeling that the geometry of my room was warping, as if the ceiling was miles high and the edge of my bed a precipice. I once hallucinated a man hosing down a pyramid in my closet, which I found distressing for some reason.
Well that would be pretty distressing. How did he get there? Where did he put your stuff to fit all that shit inside? Where’s the water even going? What a creep.
Hey Bogleech, have you ever read the manga series Parasyte before?
Yep! Loved it, although I felt like it started to get repetitive 3/4 in and then sort of wound down anticlimactically.
For a while, there was talk about Jim Henson Studios doing a U.S. film adaptation and I can’t imagine that would have gone too wrong. I mean as long as they even kept the most basic underlying premise intact we would have had something great.