I'm staying in front of my pc right now and I'm enjoying old cartoons.

Being a 90s kid, I only watch real cartoons, if you know what I mean. Actually I think that this whole " brain refresh " thing wouldn't work with today's cartoons ( you have to be handicapped to like them, but that's another story ). 

Cartoons will take you back to your childhood, but it's actually more than that: they will transport you to a universe in which everything can be simple, the world has colors, there are no racist/religious/sexist/etc. discussions and if there are any problems, there is always a way to laugh at them instead of getting drunk or puffing away some weed. Yes, there is a land where all these are still true and you don't even need to pay for it, you only need an internet connection, a cup of soda and there you go. 

It is a refreshment to see that there is an imaginary world in which you can leave behind all the trash of this world. 

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Comment by Faye on August 19, 2013 at 4:15am

@Ciara thanks, I can't believe I forgot it was from PB&J

@Matthew I completely agree, also that one scene in the lion king when Mufasa dies also makes me cry.

Comment by Faye on August 17, 2013 at 12:10pm

wait...does anyone know the name of the cartoon where the two characters do the "noodle dance"...noodles...noodles...do the noodle dance....I've forgotten the name of the cartoon but they "noodle danced" every time they had to solve a problem. ..And I almost forgot "hey arnold" was pretty good too...

Comment by Faye on August 17, 2013 at 12:08pm

Completely agree, for the most part it makes you feel a little better.

I'm also a 90s kid, my favorites were pinky and the brain, animaniacs, rugrats, dexter's lab and Johnny bravo.

It reminds me of a time in childhood when I could escape my reality.

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