School was undoubtedly the best times of our lives. And once school was over the party began, well not the kind of parties we have now. But one that made us forget about everything and got us glued to the television set. That’s right, the party with our favorite cartoon characters. Whether we were late for tuition or had to do some homework, the super awesome cartoon shows could not be missed.
Here is a list of cartoons we all watched growing up.
Well of course the classic. There is not a single cartoon that can beat ‘Tom & Jerry’. Since the time we were toddlers till the time we became teenagers, Tom & Jerry was the cartoon to watch. In fact there are some episodes we can never forget. This show played an integral part in our childhood.
Scoooby Dooobieee Doooooo….Where Are you?. I am sure none of you can forget this epic title track. And I am also sure you sang it in the tune while you read it. And why not, Scooby Doo and gang solved so many mysteries and always managed to make us laugh. With Shaggy always being hungry and Scooby somehow always managing to find food.
PowerPuff….ta nan a na naaa…. I don’t think we can ever forget the title song of this cartoon. Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup were our super heroes. A day without power puff girls seemed so incomplete when we were kids. Just the thought of watching that cartoon again takes me back to my childhood days
'Toyland', that little town buzzing with activity. And that’s where lived Noddy, the boy with a little red car. He had friends all around the city and he used to have small adventures everyday. I especially loved Mr. Wobblyman. I must say, Noddy made the imagination of a small world easier. And the city police inspector was another cute character.
Next up is one of the biggest cartoon franchise in the world. The looney tunes show was laughter all the way. Bugs Bunny and the Road Runner show being my favourite. I loved Bugs Bunny’s “What’s up Doc?” Wasn’t he adorable? Also the other characters Tweety and Sylvester, speedy Gonzales, Tasmanian Devil, Daffy duck etc, did not fail to make me laugh. And of course, Wile.E.Coyete, who taught me to try and keep trying