… why hotdogs and hotdog buns don’t come in packages with the same quantities?
… why people will pay more for a machine made widget that will likely fall apart faster than a similar handmade widget?
… why words spelled with the same letter combinations (eg: daughter/laughter) don’t sound the same?
… why a woodchuck would even want to chuck wood?
… how long to the Point of Know Return?
… why the Son had to Carry On if he was so Wayward?
… what those last two questions referred to?
… why people drive on parkways and park on driveways?
… why your feet smell but your nose runs?
… if plastic storage container lids and socks end up in the same alternate dimension when they disappear?
Do you wonder about something? Post it in the comments.
Cartoons can be fun. Puns, sight gags, general all around wackiness, and sometimes, yes sometimes, some very profound thoughts come from cartoons. I haven’t watched many of the recent ones, but when I need a cartoon or two, I jump over to YouTube and load up some of my favorites: Histeria, Looney Tunes, and the one I enjoy the most, Animaniacs.
Animaniacs is why A is for Cartoon. Three siblings have a variety of adventures, usually involving terrific puns and plays on words. There isn’t an actual plotline to the series as a whole, but often specific episodes tell their own story. Here are a couple of my favorite ones, well, the shorter of my favorites. I enjoyed a bunch of the ones that were as long as the time slot allowed.
For the next time, remember, B is for Pets.