Name your favorite cartoon character and then

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  1. Divya Merh profile image56
    Divya Merhposted 21 months ago

    Name your favorite cartoon character and then

    think of that one person in your life who you can relate to that character. Share it here if you like to.

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  2. mike102771 profile image81
    mike102771posted 21 months ago

    I would have to type (because taking to the computer does nothing) Daffy Duck. Not the Loony Daffy from his early years. The later Daffy usually used as a foe to Bugs Bunny. The “your despicable” cartoons. This form of Daffy reminds me of Charlie Brown where everything he tries to do just ends up falling short. I would have typed Charlie Brown but he is more of a comic character than cartoon.

    Now to cheat the question I would have to type I remind myself of Daffy more than anyone else I know. How the anticipation in the planning inevitably leads to disappointment because nothing can live up to that dream. Also, there is THAT person whose success always seams easy and even unearned. You know those despicable people.

  3. bradmasterOCcal profile image29
    bradmasterOCcalposted 21 months ago

    Yosemite Sam and Wyle Coyote and of course their counterparts Bugs Bunny and the RoadRunner

  4. Paxash profile image97
    Paxashposted 21 months ago

    Nothing against the Looney Tunes, but I grew up more with anime. By far my favorite character is Black Jack, from the series of the same name.

    I'm not sure I can relate him to anyone I personally know. That's kind of the reason I like him. He's not particularly like anyone I know.

  5. Qmarpat profile image70
    Qmarpatposted 20 months ago

    Olive Oyl,  from the Popeye cartoons. She was amusing, because she was a bit of a tramp, and people liked her. She had no figure, and was rather ugly by modern standards. She had Popeye and Brutus fighting over her, And nobody knew who the father of her baby, Sweet Pea was. It was rumored it was Whimpy's, the guy who begged for hamburgers.

    The only person she reminds me of, is this nasty girl wandering the streets of San Francisco in the 1970's.

    1. mike102771 profile image81
      mike102771posted 20 months agoin reply to this

      OO has gotten a bad rap for being very non- PC. The whole damsel in destress thing. But she is good for your heart and pairs well with vinegar

 
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