ed edd n eddy cul de sac

Kevin and Nazz enter the factory well after Ed and Eddy have left.

See, if Kevin didn’t have that bent tire they would have gotten to the factory in a heartbeat and captured the Eds.

Okay, I just realized that Kevin and Nazz came through the door that the Eds didn’t batter through. Was it really unlocked the whole time? The Eds were quite excited so they may have automatically believed that it was locked. If this is true then it add to my theory that this factory was abandoned.

Kevin has to take his bike inside. Well, maybe I would too considering they’re in an area which is unknown to them. You never know what could be out there, Like the possible killer who Eddy may have inadvertently killed in the woods.

Upon Nazz questioning the rubber snakes Kevin shushes her. Or rather he says, ‘shup’.He practically told his girl friend to shut up!

And Nazz is completely head over heels by this.

She likes being talked down to? Or she thought it made Kevin look really cute.

What does Nazz find so attractive in Kevin? They’ve been close friends for a while. I think it’s because they’re able to tell one another about anything as they’re able to relate to having divorced parents. 

Kevin has always seen Nazz for herself. Once he learns that he has feelings towards her Kevin thinks he should act differently. They were never meant to be in a relationship. They were better friends. A relationship may work out later on once they understand love and themselves.

Nazz points out the lit up office. 

Edd left the door open when he emerged from the office. Maybe he closed it offscreen. The only reason it magically closed itself is for Kevin’s cop routine we’ll see in a moment.

“You are so on fire today, Nazz!” Kevin remarks as he playfully and roughly punches Nazz on the arm.

These are my favorite screenshots which really describes how the true Nazz feels.

What did Kevin mean by that?

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To be fair, you have to have a very high IQ to understand Ed, Edd n’ Eddy. The humour is extremely subtle, and without a solid grasp of linguistics and an advanced vocabulary, most of Double D’s jokes will go over a typical viewer’s head. There’s also the show’s nihilistic outlook, which is deftly woven into the interactions among the children in the cul-de-sac- their personal beliefs draw heavily from Egoistic consequentialism, for instance. The fans understand this stuff; they have the intellectual capacity to truly appreciate the depths of these jokes, to realise that they’re not just funny- they say something deep about LIFE. As a consequence people who dislike Ed, Edd n’ Eddy truly ARE idiots- of course they wouldn’t appreciate, for instance, the humour in Ed’s existential catchphrase, “Buttered Toast,” which itself is a cryptic reference to the object commonly used to prove Galileo’s scientific discover that objects with different masses fall at the same rate, an experiment they even referenced on the show! I’m smirking right now just imagining one of those addlepated simpletons scratching their heads in confusion as Danny Antonucci’s genius wit unfolds itself on their television screens. What fools.. how I pity them. 😂

of all the Ed, Edd n Eddy characters Ed got the cheeks off all them hoes even Jimmy’s lil mild spicy ass just by virtue of being the tallest buddy in the cul-de-sac. Even them trailer trash tap water pussy having Kanker sisters would trek to the cul-de-sac for that meat appointment

“Spending an extended time in female company can be mentally disorientating and confusing.”

Edd and Eddy are bewildered by Ed’s sudden spout of intelligent words. Edd points out that Ed’s trouser-less state jarred an intellectual moment within his brain.

Apparently this is an awful catastrophe. Eddy is scared that he may have lost his best friend. He calls out to Ed asking him if he is somewhere in there. 

This is so cute. Eddy loves his friends for who they are. If they ever have a moment where they break their character Eddy grows concerned. He’s already the one lost from hiding under a mask. Eddy doesn’t want his friends to go through what he has to deal with every day. An identity crisis. Eddy fears he may never know his real self as he throws away his self respect day after day.


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I don’t know if this was pointed out, but for The Big Picture Show, the intros and end have the Eds doing exactly the opposite things. For the Intro, it was…

  1. Ed who used his power to help move the car and escape the kids…
  2. Edd whom backed down and used a merry-go-round on the playground to fly out of the Cul-De-Sac…
  3. Eddy whose cowardice played a part in getting to his brother’s room…

Than, in the end, when Eddy was being beaten by his brother, it was…

  1. Ed whom used his brain power to pull off the door hinge to send it slamming into Eddy’s brother…
  2. Edd whom used his guts and stood up to Eddy’s Brother, even if it didn’t go anywhere…
  3. Eddy whom stood brave and took everything his brother did to him, and confessing what he did wrong at the end…

In short, this was the ultimate character development for the Eds. Also worth noting, the Kids themselves also hated the Eds at the start, which only grew once they fled the Cul-De-Sac, but grew accepting of them once they saw them going against their original character traits to defend Eddy, and in Eddy’s case, to try and keep everything calm.

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Mass Cartoon Crossover AU

heyyyyy its uhhhhhh another fucking au writing from me

ties into this comic i did here, which i am making a sequel to

so if you wanted to hear my explanation for how shit like Who Framed Roger Rabbit, CN City, and canon crossovers might possibly work, clicky that readmore friend it’s about to get deep and overly thought-out

so like. basically: when a creator creates something, the universe for this something exists on another plane. the characters are all real, just more or less materially inaccessible to people on our plane. there are points in the various planes of existence where our plane and their plane meet, be the points natural or artificial. these points of meeting were used to film things like Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Space Jam, where visceral, fleshy organisms like ourselves could stand alongside the 2-D manifestations of our own minds. both humans and cartoons could enter the opposing side’s realm, but by no means is it natural or healthy for the state of the worlds, not to mention for the individuals crossing dimensions. as such, the scenes in both WFRR and Space Jam where any one person was not in their respective domain were filmed in intervals…

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Eddy decides to trespass on this unknown person’s land.

Taking a peak to the left of the screen it appears that there is an occupant with a fun who has shot many holes in this tin can.

Wow, that’s pretty dark.

That means there are more sadistic people like Bro in this universe. A lot of fans have questioned the adults motivations along with who they are. Adults are played off as useless because either no help to the kids situations or they put the blame on the wrong person. They don’t take the kids sides.

After seeing Bro’s brutal nature I don’t know how to think about the parents. The kids never want their help. Honestly, kids believe they can handle situations on their own because they want to feel grown up. They don’t want to look helpless.

I bet this is something Bro taught Eddy. Adults are against Eddy, especially when it comes to school. He doesn’t want to trust or have anything to do with his parents. He distance himself from them when all his parents wanted to do was love him. Eddy’s parents wanted to raise Eddy better as they were very young when Bro was born.

Ed takes advantage of gravity for a few seconds until he falls the rest of the way down the hill.

Oh, Ed. You always make me smile.

Still, he doesn’t understand cartoon physics all too well. He’s off in his own little world. Ed is dependent on other people.

Edd is at quite a quandary upon noticing the ‘Private Property’ warning.

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Ed, Edd n Eddy: Ed [ENTP]

UNOFFICIAL TYPING BY: kubricktrashboy

Extraverted Intuition (Ne): Ed is, quite simply, the show’s comic relief. He finds pleasure in quirky hypotheticals, and more often than not finds himself making vague connections. His friends and other kids can be quite confused by his odd ideas at times. He goes through phases quickly before becoming bored, such as the Lothar incident on Halloween. Sometimes, his curiosity and what-ifs cause the downfall of scams, like when he pulled out one of Jonny’s support beams because he thought he was helping.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Although Ed’s thinking may be a tad underdeveloped, he operates on his own system logic. He often ponders odd things, such as “how can my feet smell if they don’t have a nose?”, to the point of keeping himself up at night. Ed has been known to figure things out on his own as well and knows how to do a number of odd things, such as playing the flute, and trusts his own framework of how the world around him works.

Extraverted Feeling (Fe): Ed is always concerned with the thoughts of others, especially when it comes to his family. He is obsessed with what Sarah and his mother think of him. Also, when Ed is shown to be quite charismatic at times, such as when Eddy made him “cool” and paraded him to the Kids. He shows warmth towards everyone around him, and very rarely gets angry with others.

Introverted Sensing (Si): It’s no secret that Ed is at the mercy of a terrible memory. Often he cannot recall even important events, such as how he got a ship-in-a-bottle on his finger that caused the destruction of the Cul-de-Sac. Under stress, Ed will panic at the thought of what has happened before. For example, when faced with a poor report card, he is terrified with the prospect of living with his aunt for what she had done in a previous visit.

Can we give Edd an applause for how amazingly accurate his invention came out? When you watch this snippet I want you to appreciate the effects of the way it connects the sun flowers together. This looks so real that It could be mistaken as a real invention. What am I saying? This device is an invention, but made out from nature.

I won’t give away the name for this device yet as it will ruin everyone’s favorite gag to come. 

“What’s that stupid thing?”

This is the second close up Edd has had of Eddy’s eyes.

Eddy being fricken’ adorable standing on a rock and messing around with Edd. His favorite past time.

A year has gone by since we first met everyone in season 1. Nobody has grown or looks a year older. They’re all, except Jimmy and Sarah, in their teens now. This is a difficult age for some as they’re trying to figure out who they are. 

Out of all them Eddy is the most stressed. He’s not looking forward to the future fearing what it has in plan. He’s lived under a mask his whole life. Will he continue to do that, never finding out who he really is and admitting the truth.

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Ed Edd 'n' Eddy: Eddy [ENFJ]


Extroverted Feeling (Fe): Eddy cares immensely about how others see him, to the point where he’ll adapt an entirely new persona all because he believes that’s what he needs in order to be accepted. He’s easily dejected by rejection of others, such as when Kevin revealed Eddy’s embarrassing middle name and everyone in the Cul-De-Sac made fun of him, or when he continuously attempts to get accepted to the activities the kids are involved in. Eddy’s “manliness” is important to him because he believes that it is socially acceptable for a boy his age to act that way. He’s good at sweet talking people when he sees fit and unlike Double D, he caves in much more easily to trends or peer pressure, which results in…

Introverted Intuition (Ni): His many scams. While this may seem indicative of Ne, Eddy has only a singular vision, which is to receive acceptance from his peers and to earn enough money to buy his favorite candy. He tends to get gut feelings, such as when he was able to correctly predict that Sarah was going to get immersed deep in her medieval roleplay or when he determined that continuing to build Plank thrill rides would be a bad idea, since the Eds and him already had enough money for candy at that point. In the movie, he is the only one out of the three to think of a definite plan for escape. (“Find my brother and hide there!”)

Extroverted Sensing (Se): Eddy’s very materialistic and enjoys jawbreakers, his collection of disco records, dressing well and the affection of girls. Despite his larger size, he’s pretty nimble on his feet and tends to notice little details better than Ed or Double D do, such as when he realized a bobby pin was lodged in their raft. To him, success is equated to material possessions. 

Introverted Thinking (Ti): Despite Eddy’s knack for formulating ways to get closer to his vision, he tends to have trouble thinking through the kinks of his plans at times. Many of them are poorly constructed or fail due to tiny mistakes on his part, though on occasion, some of Eddy’s plans succeed due to his inferior Ti, such as when he opened up a supermarket in Ed’s stomach to exploit how hungry the kids were. 

anonymous asked:

Isn't it actually strange that only Eddy and Ed have got a siblings? Do you think anyone else have it too?

I think it’s implied that Rolf must have siblings. He claims that he was the first born male of the family. He must have a few older or younger sisters. And he also comes from a big family. I notice that he is really upset over what Eddy’s Brother does to Eddy. He knows siblings should not act this way.

I get the vibe that Kevin and Nazz don’t have siblings. Going off from my divorced parents head canon about the both of them they’re the only person who the two feel they can confide in about their feelings. Maybe Kevin has a sibling but lives with the other divorced parent.

Jonny is a loner. If he did have a sibling would he walk around with Plank all the time?

Now that I think about Jimmy maybe he has a sibling who is a lot older then him. They’re in college but still come home every now and then. With the big age gap Sarah plays the replacement sibling for him.

There are a lot of cool head canons when it comes to the kids.

“Cul-de-Sac Lineup”

Yeehaw. I finally got around to drawing ALL the damn kids. I’m not particularly fond of several of them.. but I honestly don’t care 

I did happen to really like the way May came out.. she’s so cute. 8)

I haven’t colored anything in illustrator for a while.. this one took all night, but it was fun.. 

Rolph? Rolf? Whatever.