ShaggyThe effects of marijuana are described as: problems with memory and learning, distorted perception, trouble with thinking and problem solving, loss of motor coordination, increased heart rate, and anxiety.
Lets just forget for a moment that Shaggy was constantly paranoid and hungry. Instead, let's use pot as an explanation for why Shaggy... as a supposed non-developmentally challenged adult ... would find himself terrified to the point of incontinence of realtors drapped in sheets or wearing $5 halloween masks.
Conclusion: Total Stoner. Frankly, I would toke up as often as I could if I were stuck in a van with Fred and his insufferably patronizing ascot.
Bill the CatCreated initially as the anti-Garfield, there probably wasn't a drug that Bill didn't use. He was a movie star, politician, rock star and corpse. And during each phase of his career, he never stopped living the catatonic life of a user. They SAY that his friends helped him kick his drug habit during his film career where he gained fame in such epics as: Orangestoke: The Legend of Bill, Lord of the Monkeys. But after his death and subsequent cloning...followed by short stint with a cult... it could never be said that Bill ever really gave up on drugs. Case in point, the pop-eyed stare, constant smoking, and inability to utter more than gutteral grunts.
Mighty MouseSo, you're telling me that you get an increased sense of self importance and empowerment right after you snort your "magic powder", Mr. Mighty? Interesting.
Of course, this was just the Ralph Bakshi version of Mighty Mouse, so I'm trying to be fair here. Fair.
But he was a total cokehead.
Conclusion: Coke Head
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