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Sometimes I get sad over the fact that there are no Phineas and Ferb Funko Pops (because I am emotionally attached to that show), but then I remember that a) while it was a good show, it didn’t have a huge fanbase that would be interested in buying said pops, and b) A PHINEAS POP WOULD BE ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING

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There are probably more, but those are the biggest ones. Thanks for the ask! -Heinz

my favorite phineas and ferb moment ever, to this date, is in the ‘split personality’ episode when they clone candace and candace 1 is trying to track down candace 2 and she goes

have u two seen the other Candace?

and then the boys are like, 'yeah she went home w/ mom’ and candace just

*pterodactyl screeching*

Yesterday I bought The Book of Doof: How to Find an Arch Nemesis and Other Evil Advice, another installment in the Phineas and Ferb's Guide to Life vein. It’s fantastic, and I cackled my way through it, and then this happened: 

Inspiration for the Evil Soul: Stuck with a Nemesis

You probably look at Perry the Platypus and me and think it’s a match made in heaven. But it wasn’t always this way. Back in the day, O.W.C.A. assigned agents willy-nilly, with no regard for personality conflicts or basic compatibility issues … like a bad blind date!

Why, when I first met Perry the Platypus, I didn’t even know what kind of an animal he was. Who’s ever heard of a teal platypus?! And I gotta tell you, he got on my last nerve … always staring at me, judging me. You know how he is. 

Well, I was ready to call it quits. I even called Major Monogram to see if I could get another nemesis assigned. Something a little less semiaquatic. But thank goodness, Francis said to give it a little more time to see if things could work themselves out. And you know what? They did!

Now I wouldn’t trade my nemesis for anyone in the world. Oh, sure, he still infuriates me and I try to eliminate him on a daily basis, but that’s just what I do.

So, if your first encounter with your mortal foe isn’t perfect, don’t despair! It gets better … usually. 

:’)