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From: CMCxxx@xxxxx (  Christina  )
Subject: What scooby doo was a drug influenced cartoon
Date: 21 Nov 95 01:39:28 -0800
Message-ID: <000095c2+00001897@xxx.com>
Newsgroups: rec.drugs.cannabis

>    TEN REASONS WHY "SCOOBY DOO" WAS A DRUG-INFLUENCED CARTOON:

 1. Scooby and Shaggy were always being freaked out by ghosts and
    ghouls, but no one else saw them before Scoob and Shaggy.

 2. Scooby and Shaggy always had the munchies.

 3. Shaggy always thought Scooby was talking and was the only one who
     could hear him and understand him.

 4. Scooby and Shaggy always fell into the trap that was intended for
    the monster because they were tripping over themselves and couldn't
    see where they were going.

 5. They were always deluded and warped by thinking they were dressed
    up in some costumes and entertained the monster.

  6. Shaggy always said "like" to the extreme, i.e. "like ZOIKS, Scoob,
     let's get outta here!!" What's a zoik?
 
  7. Scooby and Shaggy were always the ones in the back of the van
     (doing who knows what).
 
  8. They drove around in the MYSTERY MACHINE, which had that weird
     trippy design on it's side.
 
  9. Shaggy and Scooby were always giddy and laughing.
 
  10. Look at Shaggy; the way he dressed, his goatee, etc., 'nuff said.