Sometimes I think about how in my senior year of high school, they told us we could write our 8 page research paper about anything. So I wrote about dragons because, hell yeah dragons. And I was the only person in my class to get a 100% on that paper... and I think, were these teachers serious, or did they just really like dragons?
"P-please don't stare at me like that. I get so...terribly shy."
Why is it that is so much more disturbing to me now as an adult than it was as a kid? Maybe it's because I was more likely to take the whole thing at face value? CatDog falls in the same category.
You've heard about TheSplat, right? (I WISH I HAD CABLE).
The same people who made Aaaah Real Monsters! Also made Rugrats, and The Wild Thornberries, thus same art style. Even in the other two, there is/was always this kind of "gross" look to it (though I like it). I think it has to do with the fact that most of the lines aren't straight, and there's emphasis on wrinkles. Throw in the gross factor inherient to Aaaah Real Monsters! and you guy a creepy brew. I loved it then, and I love it now. Such a cool show .
I hated catdog though. Couldn't stand the characters as a kid or an adult.
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