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bangs8:

WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE I AM

merasmus:

yiffhell:

merasmus:

an entire meme condensed into two words

the game

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tootricky:

love bird has a wash (source)

kingcheddarxvii:

videohall:

Man’s worst enemy

The Silent Battle

wifined:

when u meet a new friend and you have no memories to talk aboutimage

Happy Birthday Sasuke Uchiha<3 07.23.14 (2/2)

hell-yeah-holly:

Kevin and I were watching Beetlejuice last night, and….okay, is it me, or were any other 80s kids confused over how the cartoon was nothing at all like the movie? By the end of the movie, Beetlejuice tried to get hitched to Lydia who did NOT want to get married to him at all, but in the cartoon…

glitch-ambrose:

Betelgeuse Headcannon: 

BJ isn’t actually six feet under. I think he never “was”, actually. Why? Well, look. If you watch the episode “Ghost to Ghost”, there’s a scene where BJ and Lydia are hanging out, watching Boris ToDeath in some classic horror films. BJ at some point floats upside down and his ears are revealed, and they appear to be pointed. But that’s not the only clue. Other clues are the fact that he expresses symptoms of a haunt that never lived in a physical body such as the ability to masquerade as another character or the potential ability to cause any sort of harm to the living. He also does not hang around for any usual reasons that a living spirit would. He does mention that he came about six hundred years ago at some point, but it’s not clarified whether or not he died. He mentions a plague in the film, but he says that he “lived” through it, so he might not have been living even then. 

Long story short: I think he’s actually a demon. Which would almost make the Beetlejuice series like InuYasha.

glitch-ambrose:

Betelgeuse Headcannon:

BJ isn’t actually six feet under. I think he never “was”, actually. Why? Well, look. If you watch the episode “Ghost to Ghost”, there’s a scene where BJ and Lydia are hanging out, watching Boris ToDeath in some classic horror films. BJ at some point floats upside down and his ears are revealed, and they appear to be pointed. But that’s not the only clue. Other clues are the fact that he expresses symptoms of a haunt that never lived in a physical body such as the ability to masquerade as another character or the potential ability to cause any sort of harm to the living. He also does not hang around for any usual reasons that a living spirit would. He does mention that he came about six hundred years ago at some point, but it’s not clarified whether or not he died. He mentions a plague in the film, but he says that he “lived” through it, so he might not have been living even then.

Long story short: I think he’s actually a demon. Which would almost make the Beetlejuice series like InuYasha.