The Realistic Versions Of Your Favorite Cartoon Characters Will Haunt Your Dreams For All Of Eternity. So Creepy.

Have you ever loved a cartoon character so much that you wished they were real? Maybe you always wanted to grab a beer at Moe’s Tavern with Homer Simpson or make fun of music videos with Beavis and Butthead. Be careful what you wish for because according to the images below, it would be absolutely terrifying experience. Yikes!

1. Patrick Star, “Spongebob Squarepants”

2. Finn, “Adventure Time”

3. Dale Gribble, “King of the Hill”

4. Professor Farnsworth, “Futurama”

5. Homer Simpson, “The Simpsons

6. Stewie Griffin, “Family Guy”

7. Stan Smith, “American Dad”

8. Hans Moleman, “The Simpsons”

9. Beavis, “Beavis and Butt-head”

10. Butt-head, “Beavis and Butt-head”

11. Mr. Burns, “The Simpsons”

12. Peter Griffin, “Family Guy”

13. Fred Flinstone, “The Flinstones”

14. Shaggy Rogers, “Scooby-Doo”

15. Jessica Rabbit, “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”

(via: Smosh) Great, now I have to watch hours and hours of these cartoons I love to get my fond memories back. Thanks a lot, Internet! Share this post using the button below.

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These 10 CGI Works Of Art Are Just Too Creepy To Handle

Computer-generated imagery, or CGI, is an awesome technology that has allowed us to create amazingly realistic simulations in movies, video games, and more.

But while CGI enables us to produce cool effects, it can also inspire some people to bring the dark scenes in their heads to life. Let’s just say that these scenes, some of which you can see below, are completely freaky.

Prepare yourselves, because we’re about to take a journey down the rabbit hole.

1. Their smiles make me shudder.

2. Wait, nevermind — this one is much worse.

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3. I really, really don’t like those teeth.

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4. I’m 500 percent sure that’s going to show up in my nightmares.


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5. This isn’t the work of a serial killer at all…

6. How do you even come up with something this twisted?

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7. The music makes it so much creepier.

8. You might want to move back from your screen for this one.


9. You’re also a terror-aholic.

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10. Well, that’s completely disturbing.

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I have to admit that these are cool in their own creepy ways, but they sure are unsettling, to say the least.

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These 22 People Thought They Had A Great Idea But It Turned Out Horribly. #9… OMG.

Oh boy, do I know some people who think they have the best ideas ever. And once they have them, they scheme and plan how to make it the best it can possibly be. Whether it’s throwing a party, or inventing a new product, they all seem great on paper. Except there’s one very big problem. They never stop to think if their big idea is smart to begin with! Here’s 22 examples of the principle that the best laid plans don’t amount to much if your idea is flawed. Very flawed.

1. So you bought a toddler a motorbike?

2. HAHA. Grocery store shortcut.

3. Pretty sure that dance is a bad idea. He likes rap music.

4. Ya…there’s no slip and slide there.

5. LOL.

6. Well there’s a problem.

7. Daring escape = horrible idea.

8. I…just…I don’t know what to say.

9. OMG. Face slap.

10. Hey guys, there are windows in that pool.

11. License and registration please.

12. Well going in for the kiss didn’t work out.

13. Pizza & cookies (& Jack).

14. I know I make up lyrics but come on.

15. !!!

16. Ya, that idea didn’t work out.

17. :0

18. #failing

19. El stupido.

20. Yup.

21. The best laid plans.

22. 🙂

Well there you have it. Irrefutable proof that just because the idea looks great on paper… well you know the rest. H/T BuzzFeed If you thought these were as hilarious as me, please share with others below.

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What China Is Punishing People For Is Unfathomable. You Would Likely Be One Of Them.

Being online for most of your free time probably doesn’t seem like a problem… but is it? The Chinese government has officially labeled “Internet addiction” as a clincal disorder and feels that it poses a major threat to its teenagers. Checking Instagram or Facebook as you stand in line might be more serious than you think (at least in China). The government has taken an aggressive approach to fixing the problem. Their solution to overuse of the Internet? Boot camps.

Teens in China like gaming and the Internet, like teens the world over.

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But the country has built over 250 boot camps to help eradicate “Internet addiction.”

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An instructor and former soldier are escorting this young girl to Qide Education Center, an Internet addiction treatment facility in Beijing.

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Parents can send their children to these camps.

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There, they undergo psychological examinations.

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They are also subject to military-style physical training.

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The training is meant to cure their addiction.

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The kids are also given lessons in Chinese ethics and culture. Instructors and ex-soldiers teach them.

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They also take music and dance lessons.

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Spending the majority of your free time online isn’t healthy…

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And most of these children are physically weak.

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However, it’s hard to see this as an acceptable solution.

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Teens should learn the importance of lessening Internet usage.

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It’s believed that the pressures of life in China is why so many of their teens turn to the Internet for happiness.

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But this style of “rehab” probably wouldn’t fly in the United States.

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So the next time you see a child too focused on their cell phone…

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Make sure to tell them about these boot camps.

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“Internet Addiction Disorder” may indeed be a real disorder, however it’s hard to tell if extreme boot camps and chemical treatments are necessary. Although, I could see why the government would want to build these treatment camps: fewer people would be taking pictures of their food at dinner or taking selfies in bathrooms.

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