Things I've Learned From Cartoons
Tuesday, August 3, 2010 5:18:48 PM
Here are a few things I've learned from watching cartoons over the years. Little nuggets of wisdom that have enriched my life greatly......
Even people that are not the best parents can birth an exceptional child.
In Japan they just think differently then we do about entertainment.
The moment you discover something extraordinary that you want to share with the world, nobody else is going to see how extraordinary it is but you.
Michigan J. Frog- One Froggy Evening
Optimistic dimwits are always loveable.
Sponge Bob and Patrick
Cosmo-Fairly Odd Parents
Nothing ever done in a live action comedy or reality show will ever be as funny or disgusting as this show period!
Even if your father is a flag waving, patriotic hypocrite you can still choose to be a stoner hippie, tree-hugging hypocrite.
Being born into evil circumstances does not mean that you are evil as well.
Maybe we really should be afraid of hamsters that shoot lighting bolts out of their butts.
Men that are total morons somehow end up with a hot wife a lot of the time.
Sadly, only a cartoon could raise the disabled to the status of cultural heros.
If you were a nerd in your childhood and high school then even when you have enough money to run a evil villain empire you are still going to be a nerd as an adult.
The Venture Brothers
The future is going to be awesome!
Fart jokes can be a cult art form.
Ren and Stimpy
A steady pacing speed will get you to your destination at the same time as the guy that is all impatient, angry and trying to get ahead you.
PePe Le Pew
Road Rage is hardly a new phenomena.
Goofy as Mr. Wheeler
There often is a transcendental beauty in utter tragedy.
You can mail order ANYTHING you can imagine...especially if it's from ACME.
Road Runner and Coyote Show
Bugs Bunny taught me to appreciate classical music, to find cross dressing appealing and to want to be a hairdresser.
Tom and Jerry taught me that mice don't appreciate classical music and cats often have mad, clumsy skills.
Tom and Jerry
A Happy Meal combo can certainly have a huge surprise inside.
Aquateen Hunger Force
If something is utterly subversive and unbelievably cool, someone is always going to try and snuff it out of existence.(*sniff, why was it cancelled?*)
Sometimes things you thought were totally boring in your childhood will be reimagined into some of the funniest things you have ever had the pleasure of enjoying.
SpaceGhost Coast To Coast
Harvey Birdman Attorney At Law
The Brak Show