follow me monsters

Ol’ Scoob saw a ghost, which flung him from a bathtub into the basement, and then chased him around. Oh noes!

He tells Fred and Shaggy about it, but after checking the bathtub…

…they get really incredulous, cheesed off, and don’t believe him.

Fred says, angrily, “You’ve sure got some imagination!”

Meanwhile, Scooby’s all like

“Uh… guys? Remember earlier this season?”

“Y’know, with the possessed suit of armor… and the haunted castle… and the glowing scuba diver… and the creepy miner… and the dognapping shaman guy… and the blue-faced ghoul… and the giant ape man… and the living puppets… and the hypnotizing clown… and the second castle full of monsters… and the petrifying mummy… and the witch’s zombie… and the ghost pirates… and the alien specter with a haunted airfield of clones?”

“…is a ghost and a bathtub really where you draw the line of believability?”

Ok, so, the gang is getting chased by a ghost yeti through the world’s longest abandoned saw mill.

Seriously, the place is like a mile long and one perfectly-straight line. It just keeps going and going.

Freddy: “Watch out, he’s right behind us!”

They run off screen, and then–

–we see the bad guy, who is, in fact, right behind them.

Freddy: “Quick! Behind those logs!”

Um… Fred? 

If he’s mere feet behind you, in an otherwise-empty building with perfect sightlines, isn’t it almost physically impossible for him to not see y–

…oh.

Never mind, I guess.

6

Lockscreens // Lady Gaga ~ Joanne Quotes

“Returning to your family and where you came from, and your history… this is what makes you strong. It’s not looking out that’s going to do that—it’s looking in… Joanne is a progression for me” Lady Gaga

bts: *having dinner with jimin’s family*

jimin: daddy, can you pass me the salt?

jimin’s dad: sure

seokjin: sure

yoongi: sure

hoseok: sure

namjoon: sure

taehyung: sure

jungkook: sure

bang pd: sure

jimin:

jimin: i can explain

“...what’s up with the bad guy’s surfboard, anyway?”

Carl the Animator: “I dunno. It’s prolly magical or something.”

Ted the Animator: “No, like, look at the scene where the gang finds it.”

Ted the Animator: “The big reveal is supposed to be that, on the front and back, it has a huge brand sticker on it so it isn’t really ancient…”

Carl the Animator: “Mmhmm?”

Ted the Animator: “…but when he uses the board in the real scenes, the stickers are nowhere to be seen?

Carl the Animator: “Huh. I guess it is magical!”

Ted the Animator: And, when Velma leans it against the wall and takes off her backpack…”

Ted the Animator: “…and it cuts to a closeup…”

Ted the Animator: “…why does the surfboard completely disappear?!

Carl the Animator: “Wow. Yeah, it’s definitely magical now.”

Ted the Animator: “Or, alternatively, you just forgot to add those things.”

Carl the Animator: “Maybe! Everything is magical when you don’t remember what you did… the eternal sunshine of the spotless mind, and all.”

Ted the Animator: “…wait, did you just justify sloppy continuity with 1700s poetry? And-slash-or cult classic indie drama?”

Carl the Animator: “Probably. I’m awesome like that sometimes.”

Ted the Animator: “You sure that isn’t just an eensy weensy bit too much?”

Carl the Animator: “Well, imagine you were suddenly met with a bicycle-stealing goo monster. How would you react?”

Ted the Animator: “…never mind, that’s freakin’ spot on, actually.”