Kevin Talks Too Much: The Blog!
halotharfroggies:

frozenspots:

eyyy

bless u I needed this screencap for my collection.

halotharfroggies:

frozenspots:

eyyy

bless u I needed this screencap for my collection.

awwww-cute:

I think he’ll grow into it

awwww-cute:

I think he’ll grow into it

halotharfroggies:

doubledyke:

best eddy face

halotharfroggies:

doubledyke:

best eddy face

Hoop-a-Joop is produced by Stretch Films Inc in association with It's A Laugh Productions and Hanna Barbera. It premiered in 1999, the year that Ed, Edd N Eddy is born. The premiere date for Hoop-a-Joop is September 11, 1999. The series is made in squigglevision.
Anonymous

I can’t believe I was a child when I made my first show with the creator of Courage!

Wait a sec. Are the Eds and the kids and the Kankers the ONLY kids in their school? Because I feel like they mentioned other students' names (at least in background art or something), but we never saw anyone else so it seemed a little silly. Is it just because they're the only ones the show cares about? Or is the cast just comprised of the most popular kids in school and the most outcasted ones, so the rest just don't even matter?

book-o-scams:

Everyone’s invisible unless the Eds care about them. Here’s who we’ve seen:

Raven (on the right, i missed the frame where her name is given but you can see her headscarf better here)

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James

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Big Jim (who James is also based on)

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The Rest

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Kids from another town

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idreamofjimmy:

The United States Postal Service

beapeabear:

What was so great about Mewtwo, anyway.

Edit: Fixed the typo.

nikoanesti:

I think we can make that work.

(Audio originally from here)

i would fucking love this

halotharfroggies:

ryl-e-coyote:

eddy must be protected

He must always be protected.

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Always.

neilcicierega:

A lot of people are asking why i used a picture of Paul McCartney for my mashup of John Lennon’s “Imagine”.
I thought the answer was obvious. Paul McCartney IS John Lennon
Everyone knows that the original Paul McCartney died some time in the 1960s and was replaced by a double. But I guess you only know half the story. When choosing a replacement impostor they realized that only one person knew Paul and his mannerisms well enough to convincingly portray him: John Lennon in facial prosthetics.
Obviously they could never be seen together in public. This is why the Beatles stopped performing and became a studio-only band (John playing Paul’s parts via multitracking techniques which quickly proved creatively revolutionary.) Nonetheless, the magic act was very taxing on John, and the Beatles eventually had to split up so he could perform both lives separately.
When he was non-fatally wounded by a bullet in 1980, he realized he was at a crossroads. He had come to enjoy his life and career as Paul McCartney, who was at an all time creative high with hits like “Temporary Secretary" and "Wonderful Christmastime”. And so, he faked his death as John Lennon and assumed the role of Paul full time.
So next time you’re mourning the premature loss of the great songwriter John Lennon, just think about him in 1985, healthily and contentedly singing “Spies Like Us" under 20 pounds of Hollywood makeup.

neilcicierega:

A lot of people are asking why i used a picture of Paul McCartney for my mashup of John Lennon’s “Imagine”.

I thought the answer was obvious. Paul McCartney IS John Lennon

Everyone knows that the original Paul McCartney died some time in the 1960s and was replaced by a double. But I guess you only know half the story. When choosing a replacement impostor they realized that only one person knew Paul and his mannerisms well enough to convincingly portray him: John Lennon in facial prosthetics.

Obviously they could never be seen together in public. This is why the Beatles stopped performing and became a studio-only band (John playing Paul’s parts via multitracking techniques which quickly proved creatively revolutionary.) Nonetheless, the magic act was very taxing on John, and the Beatles eventually had to split up so he could perform both lives separately.

When he was non-fatally wounded by a bullet in 1980, he realized he was at a crossroads. He had come to enjoy his life and career as Paul McCartney, who was at an all time creative high with hits like “Temporary Secretary" and "Wonderful Christmastime”. And so, he faked his death as John Lennon and assumed the role of Paul full time.

So next time you’re mourning the premature loss of the great songwriter John Lennon, just think about him in 1985, healthily and contentedly singing “Spies Like Us" under 20 pounds of Hollywood makeup.