dipper's guide to the unexplained

Gravity Falls - Dipper’s Guide to the Unexplained - sentence starters

1. “I’m helping!” 

2. “What is s/he hiding? A college prank? Secret symbol? Or something stranger?” 

3. “_____ claims it doesn’t exist, but today we’re going to find out.” 

4. “Hot in here today, isn’t it _____? Probably be a lot cooler if we worked without our shirts on.” 

5. “I will pay you to put your shirt back on.” 

6. “Aw, don’t be shy, _____. Bodies are nothing to be ashamed of.” 

7. “Watch the shop for a minute, ____. I need to go find a melon-baller and pull my eyeballs out.” 

8. “____, if you’re trying to see my tattoo, you’re going to have to try harder than that.” 

9. “Aha! I thought you said you didn’t have a tattoo.” 

10. “I believe in you, goober.” 

11. “You’re never gonna see it, kid. Never. Gonna. See it.” 

12. “Give me that camera!” 

13. “So, I figured I’d just chill out on the roof for a while…” 

14. “I’m gonna find you, kid!” 

15. “No, you open it, ____! I’m not touching a ghost mailbox.” 

16. “What if this thing’s all-knowing?” 

17. “We’re finally going to get the answer to the greatest mystery of ____!” 

18. “The people in this town are literally the dumbest people in the world. Literally.” 

19. “What was that? Eh, nothing.” 

20. “Some creature just jumped out of nowhere. It’s eating our leftover Halloween candy!” 

21.  “No! Put it down! Put it down.” 

22. “Okay, I’ve covered myself with armor. I’m going to capture him/her for science.” 

23. “Get this on tape, in case I die or whatever.”

24. “Save the candy!” 

25. “What a little dummy. Glued to the… to the… oh, I love this movie.” 

26. “Candy now. Monster later.” 

27. “The next episode will probably be about getting rid of this candy-eating monster.” 

28. “I’ve been following him/her around for weeks, and I have never once seen the right side of his/her face. And neither has anyone else. But why?” 

29. “Theory number 3, my personal favorite: s/he’s normal, and _____’s just crazy.” 

30. “I think we might want to burn this tape.” 

31. “Hey, is that a giant tooth?” 

32. “A bit of friendly advice, _____. You see bubbles on that lake, run.” 

33. “No. Creepy. ____’s creepy. Everyone hates _____.” 

34. “But the important thing is, we survived. Barely.” 

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“Do you know how much it hurts to lose your twin? It hurts so bad, Dipper. I don’t want to see Mabel go through that. You can’t leave her, Dipper.” Stan’s tears landed on Dipper’s face. “You can’t leave me.”
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“So, I just figured I’d chill out on the roof for a while,” Dipper said into the camera.

“I’m gonna find you, kid!” Stan’s angry voice rang through the air.

Dipper decided seeing Stan’s tattoo wasn’t worth incurring his wrath further. It was probably time to end this episode of his Guide to the Unexplained. He gave his outro and turned off the camera.

As Dipper set the camera down, he failed to realize he was on an incline, and his camera slid off the roof. He had no time to worry about whether his camera was alright because it just gave away his position to Stan below.

“Aha! Found you, kid!” Stan pulled himself up the roof. Dipper tried to escape in the opposite direction.

“Oh no, you don’t.” He grabbed Dipper’s wrist, but he slipped out of Stan’s grip. Unfortunately, the action caused Dipper to stumble backward.

“Whoa, kid, be care-” But Dipper was unable to gain his footing and fell backward off the roof.

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Gravity Falls is great, but how about the world?

Why do people always have older!Dipper stuck in Gravity falls obsessing over the same book?

Wouldn’t he try exploring the world? In a time where travel is only getting easier and easier, and we have a live, global library at our fingertips?

What if Dipper made a journal that wasn’t just a bunch of handwritten books, but rather he took full advantage of modern technology? Creating files within files, but of course being careful enough to have some form of it in the material world. He’d have handwritten pages full of Cipher and diagrams, but twice as many encrypted files or the occasional word doc. There’d be no particular order, to the untrained eye. A bit like a choose your own adventure book, there would be prompts to the next page but only Dipper would understand.

I’ve always thought that after this summer is over, he’d look beyond Gravity Falls. He’d look at the wider world and travel, finding places like Gravity Falls spotted all over the globe. Some of them tamer, and some of them making his summer at the mystery shack look like a walk in the park.

Imagine Dipper travelling the world and finding little triangles with eyes all over the globe. On make-up, on cash, in ancient tombs, on his tube of shaving cream. The guy’s always watching, am I right?

Imagine this lonely little kid making friends all over the globe who are just as interested as him. Imagine him making twice as many enemies.

There’s a whole world full of myths and legends; puzzles and mysteries. With Dipper knowing that all of them could very well be real, he would never be able to settle down. 

So could we all talk about this? If anyone has ideas, please message me! I need this so bad.