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World's Funniest Cartoon Characters

Updated on February 26, 2011

1. Bugs Bunny

Bugs Bunny is a very smart rabbit. He has innumerable rabbit holes all over the place which is used by him to tease and taunt his enemies and to make a narrow escape. He normally leaves those who cause slight anger to him alone until they push him to his limit. His opponents usually begin to face impossible hurdles and usually end up in hilarious scenarios. Some of his famous rivals comprise of Daffy Duck and the infamous Tasmanian devil.

2. Mickey Mouse

Mickey Mouse..How wonderful! Ohhh shuxx "He talked To Meeeee", M.I.C.K.E.Y M.O.U.S.E That's the funny commercial I remember when I was little when they advertised the mickey mouse doll. Mickey Mouse is the most recognized cartoon character in the world making kids of all ages laugh since eternity. I remember FANTASIA where he would run around with a magical mop and was one of the funniest parts in a mickey mouse cartoon.

3. Tom and Jerry

Tom & Jerry, the baddest domestics in all the world! Tom, the cat and Jerry, the mouse are characters that hate each other so bad that they would find tricky ways to destroy one another physically. However, Jerry was the smart little mouse that always found a way to out run tom. I recall an episode in which one thinks they would be friends but, they end up being fed up with each other and resume their hilarious enmity.

4. Popeye

Popeye is a middle-aged sailor with a unique way of speaking, disproportionately muscular forearms with two anchor tattoos, thinning hair, and an ever-present corncob pipe. It is famous for being strange and comic in an eccentric way. He likes spinach, still kids love him because he is driven by a heart of gold and unwavering morality. The quests of this wisecracking sailor generally center around winning his lady love, Olive Oyl.

5. Daffy Duck

Daffy Duck is the star of the show and and a great icon from Warner Brother's Looney Tunes and is famous all over the world. It is an animated cartoon duck, and the character has featured in many films and cartoon programs. It is famous because of its funny, irritable nature and animated acting. Daffy has done both negative and positive shades of characters based on the series. One of his famous negative exploits include being the tormentor of Bugs Bunny, the number one guy on this list.

6. Scooby Doo

Scoobert is a great dane belonging to Shaggy Rogers. He has featured in various cartoons, animated and even, live-action movies. Scooby is brown from head to toe with several distinctive black spots on his upper body. Scooby-Doo and Shaggy Rogers share several personality traits, most of all that of, being scared easily! Both Shaggy and Scooby-Doo have nearly insatiable appetites, as well as tendencies towards goofing off and cowardice - fodder for much of their hilarious adventures.

7. Road Runner

Road runner is a very popular show and is loved by children of all ages, all over the world. Road runner is basically a bird, which is very speedy and quick-witted. It does not fall in to the trap laid by his arch-enemy, Coyote, who is always planning to make him his food. Coyote tries a lot to catch road runner, but road runner is a bird with an elusive tail. In one of show's recurring themes, whenever it spots Coyote, it beeps behind it and runs away. This beep sound by road runner is very popular and loved by children watching that show. It's practically Tom and Jerry revisited!

8. Fred Flintstone

Yabaa Dabba Doo! That was Fred's pet-words when things were going right for him. This was a funny cartoon set in the stone-ages. The cars were run by feet and a great supply of water was managed by the dinosaurs. Fred has a daughter and a wife. Picture a Western family and set them in the stone-age with the same problems as they face today and you have a funny show with unrelenting laugh inducing moments.

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