quackshleyart  asked:

Was there any Scooby doo monster you were scared of? The red owl people always scared me.

Yes indeedy! I recall a few from when I was super little.

The Space Kook, (who’s objectively the best villain) stuck with me the most from the original series, and thus earns a sticker of his likeness on my camera case

…but nothing creeped out Babby Colin more than the forest-y Batman and Robin Scooby special.

It’s funny, I remember them more than any other… they really weirded me out. And the chief weirder-outer was undoubtedly our good friend,

Green Ghost Water. Its face was freaky, maaan.

I’m ready for a Scooby Cinematic Universe, featuring a standalone film dedicated to Green Ghost Water. Maybe an origin story, complete with him growing up in a cumulonimbus cloud.

Colin

Breathe, savor it, own it, I swear to
god if I’m hostin’ I’m makin’ the most of this moment and I am–

from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s opening monologue on Saturday Night Live

When she wrote these words in that little cafe in Edinburgh, JK Rowling could never have known how true they would become.

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Yall remember that episode if Rugrats, where they almost died of heat exhaustion while the grown ups slept? (Yea we can unpack that dark ass shit later) BUT AM I THE ONLY ONE SAD WE NEVER GOT TO SEE THE BADASS BABY, AL-SABU AGAIN!? HIS NAME LITERALLY MEANS “HEART OF LIGHT!” THATS AWESOME!! LOOK AT THAT DOPE ASS INCH WORM THINGY HE RODE! SHOUT OUT TO BROWN BADASS BABY OUT HERE SAVING A GAGGLE CRACKERLINGS FROM DYING OF DEHYDRATION!

If you knew as many women as I know, who are forced or coaxed into marriages, where the man uses them only for sex, to birth kids, to take care of his parents, to iron his clothes and serve tea to his friends, with absolutely no regard for her well being or happiness, and you saw women just tagging along walking behind them, hands full with kids and a belly full with another one, doing things on command existing as nothing but to serve them, you’d want to set the men on fire too.