S/O He-Man!

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I watched a lot of He-Man during my misguided youth (I found he went well with a hangover), but I just now learned of this parody.........

He Man sings 4 Non Blondes (Original) - YouTube

I also liked Thundercats.
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That was absolutely hysterical.

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Haha! My supervisor and I was talking about both shows on Friday! Loved them both!
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Hahahahahaha!! Hysterical.

By the Power of Grayskull... I loved He Man, and Thundercats, and She-Ra.
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Thunder Cats Intro - YouTube

Wow. I wonder just how much of this show I slept through?

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To be a kid again in the 80's!
The horror! The horror!^

Not my favorite decade.

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The horror! The horror!^

Not my favorite decade.
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We had the best cartoons, though!
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When were most of the Bugs Bunny/Warner Bros. cartoons made?

(I know, I know: Google.)

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I was curious. I googled. The Bugs Bunny Show premiered in 1960, on ABC. His first appearance in, in a short, was in 1938. I loved Looney Tunes, but I do agree that the 80's had some of the best cartoons (The Snorkels just came to mind). I feel bad for little kids today. I think half of the cartoons on television are made for high adults. Lol. Some of the cartoons over the past several years were just creepy. I almost screamed when I watched The Teletubbies with my nephews.
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^ seriously. the baby in the sun scared me.
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The Snorks, The Smurfs, The Flintstones, Jetsons, and Looney Toons weres my faves. Most of these are on Cartoon Network and Boomerang show most of those.

The only one I'll still watch is Scooby Doo. I love it. But only the old 60's and 70's ones.

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I think the cartoons on Adult Swim are for adults, but I can't keep track of most of the others. I never really "got" Sponge Bob. He looks like tofu, or a grilled cheese sandwich to me.

The thing about 80s cartoons was their saga-like focus. Always a hero; always a villian. Seventies cartoons were weird, but then again, Fat Albert was great! (I can still imitate the guy who seemed to have a hat over his face all the time. Or maybe that was another character?)

"Nah, nah, nah --- gonna have a good time! Hey, hey, hey! "

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"Jane, his wife!"

Wilma looked really good in that recent Dove campaign with her hair down, I thought.

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Sponge Bob was absolutely created for high adults.

And thanks iroc! The Snorks. Oh how I loved them.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

I was a child of the eighties too and still loved Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry. I always liked their musical episodes either opera or on stage piano concertos.
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Tom and Jerry is one of my all time favorite cartoons.

Ugh!! What was the name of the one where everyone raced? Hello, brain dead. I just watched clips of it on youtube a few months ago. I believe the same man who did Gargamel's voice did the "villains" voice in it. It was a late 60's/70's cartoon that was replayed in the 80's. Loved that one.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??

Spongebob is awesome and I'm not a high adult


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I think my younger sister was into He-Man. I grew up in the '70s. I loved Bugs... Transylvania 6500 was my favorite episode.

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