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    Scooby Doo all the way! Could still watch it now.

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    I liked most any of them as long as they didn't have super heroes. Not a huge fan of super heroes....even when I was a kid.

    I liked Casper and The Jetsons the best...the cartoons today are the best though..South Park, Family Guy, The Simpsons and even Spongebob are all great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taz View Post
    You obviously havent seen adventure time! wish it was on when I was kid. Who am I kidding i watch it now XD





    The hannah barbera age! I loved scooby doo with a passion!



    haha, subliminal messaging



    Adventure Time's pretty good! I like the content hah so funny.

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    Re: Your favourite childhood cartoon

    Like everybody from my generation, I loved Pokemon, and missing and episode was like going a day without breathing. I was also quite fond of Samauri Pizza Cats.

    Last edited by youfiad; January 7th, 2013 at 11:21 AM.

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    ^ Oh man, yes! How could I forget Samurai Pizza Cats!?

    And as so many other people have mentioned, X-Men was another one. Theme song: No words. Unmatched.

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    I adored Inspector Gadget as a kid, and Robotech. Later, in my late teens and early 20s, I adored Taz-mania and Animaniacs.

    I'm a fan of Robot Chicken these days, of course.

    -d-

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    I liked most any of them as long as they didn't have super heroes. Not a huge fan of super heroes....even when I was a kid.
    Blasphemy !!!!

    The muscular bodies, skin tight clothes, secret identities, faithful side kicks, wonderful toys and fabulous accessories ...!!!!

    How could you NOT love Super Heroes???

    Turn in your Gay Card !!!!

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