oh beaver how i loved you

My personal thoughts on all of the Nicktoons (so far as of May 2017)
  • Doug: Cute, sweet show. I love it. Sad how it tends to be labeled as "boring" now- it's still a great show. And of course it kicked off the whole "slice-of-life cartoons" trend so that's pretty cool. And yes, I did like the Disney version. But it's nowhere near as good as the Nick version.
  • Rugrats: Probably one of my favorite cartoons ever. Funny, clever, great characters, great music, great '90s aesthetics, and Klasky-Csupo's style is perfect. One of THE best Nicktoons..too bad it got dumbed down in 2001. Ugh...it was such a great show and then I don't know what happened there. Rugrats in Paris should've been the finale. But...even the later episodes are better than it's spin-offs.
  • The Ren and Stimpy Show: While I'm not the biggest fan of most gross-out shows, I LOVE this one. I'm pretty much with Mr. Enter on how most gross-out cartoons seem to be TRYING to be R&S but rarely getting it right. The characters are hilarious and it's so weird, it's funny. But the less about Adult Party Cartoon; the better.
  • Rocko's Modern Life: Amazing show and I'm really excited for the TV movie...whenever that's coming out. I love the visual style, the music, the characters, and I'm sure I love it even more as an adult than I did as a kid (and I did love it as a kid)
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: Another great show (really, Nick was at it's highest point in the '90s, but the early-to-mid '90s especially). Love the characters, the intentionally ugly style...it's just great. Shame it tends to be so underrated.
  • Hey Arnold!: One of the greatest cartoons ever and probably the best Nicktoon ever. I love how it never tried to shy away from more mature themes that other kids' shows wouldn't try touching and it did a great job at it. Looking forward to the Jungle Movie, and of course...Helga was the best.
  • KaBlam!: I loved it as a kid. As an adult, I REALLY wonder why. The wraparounds try way too hard to be "hip", just akwardly shoehorning in references attempting to be the next TTA or Animaniacs, but falling completely flat. Characters were annoying but the voice acting was awesome. I do need to give the show credit for making me a ska fan. Most of the individual shorts kind of sucked but Action League Now! was hilarious and The Off-Beats was cute. And of course...
  • Life With Loopy: Yes I had to give this it's own mention because it's just that good. Nick really needs to give this one it's own series because the campy and surreal nature mixed with the overall sweetness was just a perfect blend, and the animation style was pretty awesome. The title character is just so perfect and so underrated. And I LOVE how aesthetically '90s the whole show is.
  • The Angry Beavers: Another one that's pretty underrated. I always really loved this show. I love all the banter and ad-libbing between Norbert and Daggett. And the music was great. I still listen to "Beaver Fever" and "I Think I Like You" now and again (also...Salem and Zim as beavers. How could you go wrong there?)
  • CatDog: Everyone hates this show but I really loved it. I love the character designs, CatDog themselves, and the theme song is NEVER going to leave my head. Sure, it's no Rocko or Hey Arnold!, but it's still a funny show.
  • Oh Yeah! Cartoons: Unlike KaBlam!, this one had different shorts in every episode rather than just four main short series, so it would take too long to go over all of them (not to mention that a good chunk of them aren't even online!). A lot of the shorts on this show were really funny and had some great visual styles. And Mina and the Count still needs a TV show.
  • The Wild Thornberrys: Really loved this show; I was the "animal kid" in my class so obviously I really liked this one. I just really love Klasky-Csupo. The movie was awesome and so was the show.
  • SpongeBob Squarepants: One of the funniest cartoons ever. While it got annoying seeing it become a schedule clog, the earlier episodes are still great. I heard that it got itself out of seasonal rot (look, let's pretend most of what came in-between the movie and the second movie never happened), but I rarely watch Nick anymore so I wouldn't know. Let's hope so.
  • Rocket Power: Not one of my favorites as a kid or as an adult (I wasn't really into the extreme sports craze), but my friends really liked it so I watched it with them and yeah, I enjoyed what I saw. It does have it's funny moments and while it's incredibly cheesy and way too late '90s/early 2000s that it hurts, it's a fun watch just for the cheese.
  • As Told By Ginger: A great show that I don't think I really appreciated enough until I got older. I guess I was just a LITTLE too young when it was new and by the time I was older and getting more into it...the show got cancelled. It's a really great show and one of Nick's best slice-of-life shows.
  • The Fairly OddParents: Really funny...for the first four seasons. S5 was when it started to slip and everything after that just got worse and worse. I still have fond memories of watching the older seasons and they're still good...but let's hope that jump to Nicktoons meant something.
  • Invader Zim: Great show, great animation, great character designs...did NOT deserve to be screwed over. I'm really looking forward to the TV movie. But...while I do love GIR (though he's not my #1 favorite character), the whole Hot Topic worship of GIR was pretty annoying. Let's face it- 2006/2007 on the internet was a bad time.
  • ChalkZone: Really cute. Admittedly I like the worldbuilding elements and characters a little more than the actual episodes (I did love all of S1 though; I think it was the best season), it's still great. S4 was...not the best though. From what we know about the canned S5, it was probably gonna be a lot better but...Nick had to be Nick. Let us have S5, already. And really- why didn't we get a ton of Snap merchandise?
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron Boy Genius: Good show but I liked the movie more. Had some really funny moments and is so aesthetically early 2000s that it's pretty fun looking back on.
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot: Loved this one and I wish it got more recognition. Jenny was absolutely adorable and she was a hero to me as a kid (okay, looking back...I'm sure I had a crush on Jenny). Sad that the network treated it like shit.
  • All Grown Up!: The special was good. The first season was pretty good. After that I felt like I was reading glorified Rugrats fanfic. All it was really was "Ginger Lite" as ATBG was dealing with the heavier stuff while this was all the leftover stuff. Rugrats was great and had an interesting premise. AGU! was more of the same.
  • Danny Phantom: This was the last Nicktoon I REALLY loved as a kid. A really good show that could've gotten even more awesome had it's own creator not fucked it up. Ugh...I want a revival but PLEASE let it be by Steve Marmel and not Butch. Also Sam was like...my hero...as a preteen. And I've got tons of purple and black in my wardrobe (and the same purple lipstick) now that may or may not have been influenced by her (well, that and/or the fact that those are my favorite colors anyway). Like many others...I totally had a crush on Danny as a kid.
  • Avatar the Last Airbender: Okay, admittedly...I was never into this show. But I praise it for it's themes, animation, story...while I personally couldn't get into it, it still is a great show and probably the last really good Nicktoon for a while. And yeah- we don't talk about that movie.
  • Catscratch: I didn't really see enough of it but what I saw I liked. Wanted to see more but it came and went really fast.
  • The Xs: While the previews for it looked pretty good, I...did not like it. I watched it when it premiered and everything but it was a letdown. Felt like they were trying WAY too hard to make their own version of The Incredibles but with Erin Esurance-esque animation. Voice acting was great though (I noticed that Wendie Malick was the saving grace for TWO bad 2005 cartoons)
  • El Tigre: Okay this was RIGHT around the time I was starting to lose interest/outgrow Nickelodeon. Had a great premise and could've been a really good show and I was looking forward to it, but it felt like tons of other flash cartoons at the time and the voice acting could've been a lot better (great talents- direction-wise though...). Maybe if I were a younger kid when it came out, I would've liked it more, but...it was annoying. But the creator has made some other great stuff and I STILL need to see The Book of Life. I'm kicking myself for not seeing it in the theaters due to my work and college schedule.
  • Tak and the Power of JuJu: Didn't play the games but I already knew the franchise was pretty much dying by the time the show came out. It was awful. And we never heard from Tak again...
  • Back at the Barnyard: The movie had it's problems but was at least watchable. The show was just annoying and unfunny.
  • The Mighty B!: Unpopular opinion, but...I really loved this show. It has problems, but there was something about it I couldn't hate. Bessie was just such a great character. Wasn't a big fan of the grossout elements but otherwise it was really funny. Not a great show, but I was entertained enough.
  • Rugrats Pre-School Daze: YES THIS IS A REAL SHOW. Ugly art style (I'm pissed that K-C didn't use their signature style and went for something more "cutesy"; it just looked awful), bland writing, and really not a very interesting series. No wonder why it only lasted four episodes and didn't even air in the US until 2008 after all the episodes were released direct-to-video as bonus features on those Tales of the Crib DVDs (the less about them, the better). All it felt like was a desperate attempt to keep a dying franchise alive.
  • The Penguins of Madagascar: I was pretty neutral to the Madagascar franchise- saw the first movie in theaters and it was alright; wasn't dying to see the sequels so I never did. The show however never did anything for me.
  • Fanboy and Chum Chum: While I was already losing interest in Nick around 2005-2007, this was right around the time where I was officially done. I was a teenager at this point and not into this stuff anymore, but I stuck around for the old SpongeBob or FOP rerun and well...guilty pleasure Mighty B!. Then they changed the logo. And then this show came out. God...it was SO annoying. Annoying theme song, annoying characters...animation style would've worked a lot better if it was in 2D rather than CGI; it just fell way too deep into the uncanny valley for me. I wouldn't say this was the final nail in the coffin for me though; it was definitely the logo change.
  • T.U.F.F. Puppy: Didn't like it. Jokes weren't that funny. I did love the character designs though.
  • Planet Sheen: Sheen didn't need a spinoff. This was one of the worst ideas ever.
  • Kung-Fu Panda Legends of Awesomeness: Liked the first movie (I need to watch it again), haven't seen the sequels but I should. Was bored with the TV show.
  • TMNT: Haven't seen it but I've heard nothing but good things about it. Maybe I should check it out.
  • The Legend of Korra: Heard it was pretty good, but as I wasn't really into Avatar I probably wouldn't be too interested.
  • Robot and Monster: Never saw.
  • Monsters vs. Aliens: Saw the movie and it was...alright. Didn't think it was warranting of a TV series. Didn't watch it.
  • Sanjay and Craig: Saw some of it while waiting for another show to come and...I never wanted to watch it again. Not a fan of the character designs and it was really unfunny. But it's better than Breadwinners.
  • Rabbids Invasion: I did like the Rabbids games as a preteen but...by this time, I don't think they were that popular anymore. Didn't watch it. How is it still running?
  • Breadwinners: Worst Nicktoon ever (so far). Ugly characters, awful animation, shitty writing...how did this get greenlit? Nick...just because "it's for kids" doesn't mean "we can half-ass it"
  • Harvey Beaks: What's this? A GOOD NICKTOON? Yes- it's such a cute show with cute character designs, really nice animation...it's got a nice, nostalgic feel to it while also feeling like something brand new that Nick hasn't done. I'm pissed that it was screwed over.
  • Pig Goat Banana Cricket: Like Monsters, I like how it's "intentionally ugly" and some of the jokes/line delivery managed to be pretty funny, but is otherwise pretty meh to me overall. I'd like it more if I were seven, because hey, that's the show's target audience.
  • The Loud House: I'm glad it has positive representation (thank you for including gay parents in one of your shows, Nick!), but otherwise it's just too bland and cliched for me. Nice character designs; animation could be better. Again, I'd probably like it more if I were in the target audience.
  • Bunsen is a Beast!: Haven't watched it. Don't plan on it, either.
Potion's class...
  • <p> <b>Snape:</b> Stu.....(after 45 minutes)........dents! Today we are going to make .......... Amortentia. Can anyone, other than you, Miss Granger, tell me what it does?<p/><b></b> *Neville raises his hand with obvious fright*<p/><b>Snape:</b> oh, happy day for us. Neville....... Longbottom is going to answer us.<p/><b>Neville:</b> (stutters) its a l-love portion, sir.<p/><b></b> *Snape flicks his hair, L'oreal style*<p/><b>Snape:</b> oh, how wonderful, 5 points from Gryffindor........for picking your nose in the middle of the class, Mr. Weasley.<p/><b></b> And class get partnered up and start brewing the portion. You, Miss Granger can partner with Mr. Malfoy.<p/><b></b> *adds in an undertone*<p/><b></b> *because DRAMIONE is forever*<p/><b></b> *After whatever time it takes to brew a Amortentia*<p/><b>Hermione:</b> Shove it you git, I can't smell anything above that atrocious cologne that you have bathed in.<p/><b>Malfoy:</b> Well, you bucktoothed beaver, if you toned down that perfume of yours a bit then may be people could breathe a little.<p/><b></b> *Snape wipes a tear from the corner of his eyes and screams*<p/><b>Snape:</b> DRAMIONE ROCKS BITCHES!!!!<p/><b></b> *then he turns into a bat and flies away*<p/></p>

thefranzisz  asked:

Hey there!🖐 😊 I got a question for the four of you: did god let you create animals on your own and when yes, which was your favorite? (And who created sloths, honestly I truly adore them) 😅 Oh and I really love this blog, your answers are hilarious! ❤

Lucifer: Sorry to disappoint… But dad didn’t really give us free reign with the creating. That was exclusively His Party Trick. But we did occasionally get to suggest things when he was out of ideas.

Gabriel: You proooobably wouldn’t recognise a lot of the things we came up with. they’ve changed and evolved a lot since we helped think them up. The things Sloths evolved from looked kinda like… giant beaver-bears. And Dad was responsible for those.

Michael: How about we each give an example of a modern-day animal we like, who we came up with the ancestor for. I very much like Honeybees. They work very well together, and I appreciate their dedication. However, I’m not sure why they evolved stingers that kill them when used.

Raphael: And I very much like Octopi. Especially the kind that can seamlessly camouflage into its surroundings. Have you seen the kinds of things Octopi can do? They’re almost frighteningly intelligent.

Lucifer: Ah, then I’m going to go with wolves. I got dad to make them as a less bloodthirsty alternative to hellhounds… though I kept Ramsey, too. She wasn’t bad… Dad just didn’t understand her.

Gabriel: And my favourite’s butterflies. I came up with a bunch of things… but butterflies are probably the best ones. They’re pretty? right? really colourful, extra harmless, right? Wrong. Butterflies are carnivorous, and they suck out the innards of their enemies. They’re pretty so that they look like flowers, so they can trap unsuspecting aphids and such, and drain them alive. Butterflies are hardcore, in the insect world, you do not wanna mess with one of those suckers.

Conversations you’ll most likely have with Tony Stark

(A/N): I used to hate Tony and then- then something happened and I don’t know how I feel about him….

“Did you know what sound a moose makes??” 

“Tony, you’re drunk.” 

“It’s like..like a bear and beaver combined.”


“You know I love you right?”

“What did you do this time?” 

“I think I may have punctured my spleen, but I’m okay, just feel free to take me to the doctor’s whenever you see fit.”


“You should probably stop trying to purposefully blowing stuff up,”

“It’s for science (Y/N), Science,” 


“Me and Bruce started a club, it’s pretty cool.”

“Oh God, do I even want to know?”

“Science Bros,”


“I want to go to Paris,”

“Tony, it’s three in the morning, go back to sleep.”

“You know where it’s not three? Paris.” 


“I can’t fit into my stupid dress!”

“Then don’t wear one,”

“I’m not going to this party naked Tony,”

“Whyyyy not?? You look so good in your birthday suit,”

“Get out or I am going to throw my heels at you,”


“I just- I feel like such an awful person all the damn time,” 

“You’re not Tony, you’re amazing and wonderful, and smart and hilarious, and you mean the world to me, Okay?”



“No, you can’t wear that out,”

“Excuse me?”

“Those colors don’t match and you need a great watch to go with it,” 


“My feet hurt,” 

“So do mine,”

“Tony, Stop bitching it’s my time of the month and I am the only one who gets to complain.” 


“You know what’s fun, Vodka.”

“You know what’s not fun, taking you to the hospital for Alcohol poisoning.”


“I love you,” 

“More than that fancy Wine that’s been brewing in your cellar since the beginning of time?”



“I want to be little spoon for once goddamnit!”

“But, I am a fragile little flower who needs to be cared and loved for,”

“Tony, I swear to god.” 


“I could totally make you an Ironman suit!”


“It’d be your favorite color and-”


“I’d add in some cool new things  I’ve come up with,”



“You’re not broken Tony, you don’t need fixing, you just need a little help is all.”


“Can we just- can you just- can-”

“Yes Tony, yes we can.”