We all watched Scooby Doo as kids. Hell, even our parents watched it when they were kids, which is pretty crazy to think about! As is such, these memes should send you on a lil nostalgia trip from your childhood. So without further ado, we give you permission to grab a Scooby snack and get browsin'!
Shaggy Rogers of Scooby Doo fame became somewhat of a dank meme god earlier this year. Reddit and Instagram were overflowing with memes depicting the slacker sleuth as a super-powered deity who is not to be messed with. The "Are You Challenging Me" memes that have been popping up on Twitter, Reddit, and Facebook are definitely related to the Shaggy's Power meme - they just leave more to mystery. Memers have been using the format to make meta memes (Kyle/Drywall) as well as to make fun of people who are always ready for a fight. We've put together the cream of the crop but you can peep more over on the Know Your Meme page.
Screw your responsibilities! Those are tomorrow-You's problem! Instead, procrastinate on your important duties and look at memes and tweets. They'll give you that pep in your step that you so desperately need. And besides, it's good to take a break every once in a while - your brain will thank you!
We hear you loud and clear...you get home from a super busy day at work and you just need to hit that shut-down switch on your brain. You used your last brain cell in that boring three-hour meeting this afternoon, after all. We've all been there, so we got you fam.
What's new, Scooby-Doo? Well, Shaggy memes have been on the rise all week. First we had Ultra Instinct Shaggy, now we're seeing fake interview quotes regarding the same sort of ungodly power. Most of the memes regarding Shaggy's unfathomable strength use interview stills from the cast of 2002's live-action Scooby movie. The stills feature obviously fake quotes from actors Freddie Prinze Jr, Sarah Michelle Gellar, Matthew Lillard, and Linda Cardellini. According to the cast, the spirit of Shaggy is a serious force to be reckoned with. And makes for some seriously solid memes.
Listen, some trending memes are just plain weird and dumb, and we acknowledge that this is definitely one of them. This Dragon-Ball-inspired meme depicts Shaggy from Scooby Doo going "Ultra Instinct," subsequently terrifying every super villain in the universe with his super strength. Check out /r/DankMemes for even more of these bizarre memes!