Progress Bar with The Addams Family Thing Walking
Progress Bar with The Addams Family Thing Walking
Thing T. Thing or just Thing is a fictional character in the Addams Family movies, TV series, and cartoons. Thing is a disembodied hand that performs various useful functions of the family. Thing is based on a New Yorker cartoon drawn by Charles Addams that shows a mailman reacting to a sign posted on The Addams Family Mansion that warns Beware of the Thing. The Thing's precise nature was never revealed and it's unknown whether he had once been attached to a human body or he had always been an independent creature. The Thing is so helpful that you can hear Morticia often says Why thank you, Thing throughout the series. A fanart The Addams Family progress bar for YouTube with Thing Walking.
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