My favorite character!

@wishjui (271)
India
March 5, 2013 12:11am CST
I was watching my son today.He was fully engrossed in his favorite cartoon character. I realized that in our days we were also fond of watching and reading cartoons and comics!They were very important to us. I still feel connected to some of my favorite characters.I am very much attached to Mickey mouse,Donald duck,Alice and Cindrella..I might sound funny but I can't deny my passion for them! Do you agree or or am I sounding immature?
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12 responses
@else22 (4319)
• India
5 Mar 13
No,it's not immature.If these characters entertain you,relax you or teach you something,having a passion for them can never be immature.Although we are grown up now,but there is still a child in our heart.Somewhere deep in our heart we are still a child. Long ago when I was a juvenile,I used to read Hindi translation of Phantom series of comics,and I learned a lot from this character.The Hindi translation of Phantum series of comics was then published by the Times of India publications.I still love reading it.
@wishjui (271)
• India
5 Mar 13
Yes,else22,I also use to read the Phantom and Chacha chowdhury(Diamond comics)! I still love them.Thanks !
@else22 (4319)
• India
5 Mar 13
Yes,I too have read chacha CHaowdhary,but I still like Phantom.
@r0cker (300)
• India
5 Mar 13
Yeah, those comics were the best friend of mine in childhood. Those comics are so interesting and knowledgeable.
@bluespygirl (2112)
• Philippines
7 Mar 13
I agree with you if you still enjoy cartoon characters. It keeps us happy and youthful. Most cartoon characters are made smiling to look friendly. I like mickey mouse too. :)
@wishjui (271)
• India
7 Mar 13
Thanks bluespygirl! Mickey and Donald is my all time favorite.
@Shellyann36 (8046)
• United States
6 Mar 13
I loved to watch Scooby Doo and the gang when I was growing up. Of course there was also Captain Caveman, Grape Ape, Sylvester & Tweety, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Foghorn Leghorn, Elmer Fudd, Porky Pig... ahh the list goes on and on. Some of the cartoons today are worthless (in my opinion) and don't really make much sense. You are not immature. We must all address the child within to keep from going crazy in this adult world!
@wishjui (271)
• India
6 Mar 13
Thanks Shellyann36,yeah..its like a cool breeze in the crazy adult world!I miss my childhood days! Keep posting!
@Raine38 (8907)
• United States
5 Mar 13
I think we still have our own favorite cartoon characters because we can't forget our childhood and how happy we were or the memories of them that we had. I am mostly loving Anime characters, but for cartoons, I think the X-Men are my favorite.
@wishjui (271)
• India
6 Mar 13
Hi Raine38...X-Men are really good.Yes all this bring back our childhood memories. Thanks and keep posting!
@doroffee (4233)
• Hungary
5 Mar 13
Oh, I loved cartoons and animated films as well... even some kind of comics, but I wasn't too crazy on them. I loved Garfield, Belle (from Beauty and the Beast), Daisy Duck and Marie (from Artisocats)!
@wishjui (271)
• India
6 Mar 13
Hey doroffee..nice favorites!Me too love animated films and I guess many will share the same interest with us!Thanks for sharing.
@r0cker (300)
• India
5 Mar 13
It's definitely not immature to have passion for something we love especially something from our childhood. We could never forget our childhood memories & we still enjoy them even after growing up. I also love watching cartoons & reading comics of my childhood even today. Mickey Mouse & friends & other Disney cartoons were my favourite.
@wishjui (271)
• India
6 Mar 13
Thanks rOcker for sharing!Keep posting.
@mariaperalta (19097)
• Mexico
5 Mar 13
I never had one. But my son loved and still does taz the devil. He had everything in his room taz. Still has alot of those things now.,
@wishjui (271)
• India
6 Mar 13
Thanks mariaperalta for sharing!
@Iriene88 (5352)
• Malaysia
5 Mar 13
My favorite cartoon character is Maximus - the horse character from the cartoon movie 'Tangled' or 'Rapunzel'. My son and I enjoyed watching Tom and Jerry, Sponge Bob Square Pants and we will be still laughing even though we are watching the repeats. I love to laugh ... always!
@wishjui (271)
• India
5 Mar 13
Hi Iriene88...ditto! I also watch Tom n jerry with my son.Thanks!
@markIT (134)
• Philippines
5 Mar 13
Hi wishjui. Yes, I agree with you, it's normal on what I believed, though some are keep on denying or thinking it's immature but they are wrong. It feels good when there are moments that you are reminiscing your childhood, and when you see your daughter/son, they remind you of your childhood too. Though I don't have yet married, but for me it's one of many ways of having quality time with our sons/daughters. =)
@wishjui (271)
• India
5 Mar 13
Hi Mark! Thanks for agreeing with me.keep posting and sharing.
@miryanag (348)
• Bulgaria
5 Mar 13
My favourite character is Bell from The Beauty and the beast. I still watch It from time to time. Bell inspired me to read books and search the good in people. Now when I am grown up I still think that there is much to learn from cartoons.
@wishjui (271)
• India
5 Mar 13
Hey! I like that the book'The beauty and the beast'! All from 'Fairy tales'!I agree with you.Thanks miryanag!
• United States
5 Mar 13
I still like the smurfs and I love popeye..
@wishjui (271)
• India
5 Mar 13
Hmmm....popeye...cute one.Thanks for sharing!
@redredrose (1107)
• United States
19 Mar 13
No way are you immature for watching cartoons in the privacy of your own home. It's how you act in public that makes you mature or immature. Like if you go to a restaurant and throw food or act like a baby that's immature not watching cartoons at home. It just means your a kid at heart. You have a young heart and are staying young and having fun. Besides i heard once that cartoons were originally made for adults but that kids loved to watch them so they became more for kids than adults. Heck i still love to watch the bugs bunny cartoons Flintstones Jetsons all the Disney animated movies Smurfs Popeye and all the cartoons that were on when i was a kid.I even like animated movies such as Cars Wreck it Ralph and all the Toy Story movies. How you act is what makes you mature or immature not what you watch on tv. Besides it's in the privacy of your own home and sometimes with your kids so that's not immature at all. My hubby he even watches animated cartoon movies tho he doesn't really watch cartoons on tv and hes mature.