David Van Driessen
There are few people who have hope for the future of Beavis and Butt-head. However, David Van Driessen believes everyone has good in them. You just have to give them a second, third or fourth chance. From a classic peace sign T-shirt to Birkenstock sandals, Mr. Van Driessen is a true hippie with so much peace, love and understanding to give.
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November 8, 2013 by Jaime
Despite countless failed attempts at dating Butt-head still believes he’s a stud when it comes to women. Like his best friend, Beavis, he keeps his look simple with a band shirt and shorts. This leaves him more time to think about girls and complain about things that suck.January 17, 2013 by Jaime
Not the brightest crayon in the box, Beavis spends most of his time watching TV and doing whatever Butt-head tells him to do. Although, if you put enough caffeine in him he becomes an entirely different person known as “Cornholio.” Don’t worry, this look is easy to achieve as well. You just have to pull your Metallica shirt over your head. It’s almost like two costumes in one.
February 25, 2013 by Jaime
When Kai hitched a ride with a stranger he probably wasn’t expecting to save a life or become an internet sensation as a result. However, that’s what happened when an interview with the laid back hitchhikers took the internet by storm and resulted in several parodies. Perhaps this proves everyone does get 15 minutes of fame.May 16, 2013 by Jaime
When she isn’t painting or sculpting Jane Lane can usually be found hanging out with her best friend, Daria. While she is just as cynical as her friend, Jane’s style is a little more outgoing. Wearing tights with shorts, she isn’t afraid to put on a little red lipstick and dye her hair on occasion.
September 16, 2013 by Amy
Norville “Shaggy” Rogers is not so much Scooby Doo’s master as his brother in arms. They’re both lazy, cowardly, and have insatiable appetites filled only by Scooby Snacks. His scraggly beard and cracking voice suggest that he is still dealing with puberty after 50 years. Zoinks!
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