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Life Lessons from Scooby Doo

April 25th, 2008


If you come across a tall, decomposing man with his back to you, do not say, “Hello, kind sir? Can you help us?” And when he doesn’t answer, don’t keep pushing, asking again, “Hello? Kind sir?”

Kind sir is a zombie.


Do NOT play “flip a coin” with Shaggy.


Mops on heads make convincing decoys. Same with carrots for ears.


That shack by the side of the swamp? Totally fake haunted by a real estate developer named “Jeb.”


There’s a sheriff in every ghost town.


Do not go to your hairdresser’s and ask for the “Velma.”


There’s probably a coal chute hidden somewhere in your house.


Space ghosts are real-ish. AND they have southern accents.


Cousin Meldahyde did it.


A fan, soap bubbles, spring-loaded ironing board and open dryer will get the bad guy every time.


Fill up your gas tank.


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On April 25th, 2008, Cheri said:


On April 25th, 2008, mommypie said:

Love it. We’re obsessed with Scoob around here too …

On April 25th, 2008, simplypink said:

I would’ve gotten away with it if it weren’t for those meddling kids.

On April 26th, 2008, matteroffactmommy said:

LOLOLOL… awesome.

btw, BB does not like scooby doo. seems to be the new (well, not so new, but you know what i mean) alternative to the ‘violent’ cartoons like power rangers and the superhero shows.

the fact that he’s sitting down watching tom and jerry makes me happy enough. but i do love me some scooby.

(btw, where’s the pot reference? isn’t the joke that they were always getting high in the mystery machine?)

On April 27th, 2008, Restless Housewife said:

that’s SO weird – I was JUST writing a reference to Scooby D over at my place! Who would’ve thought of Scoob and Shag as American icons?! high icons sporting bad haircuts, dirty clothes with the munchees, but true American icons nevertheless.

An educational show indeed. And I was gonna get a “Velma” the next time I went to the hairdresser – dang – I gotta find me a new haircut!

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