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Thursday, October 1st, 2009
7:02 pm
feel free to delete - my mom's love of cartoons in a contest entry
It's not mine either - it's for my mom. Trying to help support her and her love of bugs bunny/Chuck Jones. :) If you ahve a moment, I'd appreciate it. But as I said, feel free to delete if this is not allowed.

Wednesday, June 14th, 2006
5:41 am
new but will never be new to the greatness of animation
"I AM A GIRL!" Shriek yells on this early morn on nicktoons tv.

Greetings salutations cartoon lovers of new and old. I have to say that I spend a lot of obsession with cartoons. I still can't get enough of my favs from classic years on to present.

My fav recent ones are Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, South Park, Family Guy, and Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.

I also do prefer the western (usa) cartoons as mentioned in user info. I'm not real big with anime, sorry pokemon fans. lol

I would love so much to be apart of a cartoon I think it would be the ultimate in fun.

i have a cartoon community for my foster's obsession it's a simple claims community if any foster fans would like to check it out.

hope to have lots of fun here, and to start off let me ask a question of you guys. If you could be in any cartoon what would it be and why?

Current Mood: amused
Friday, June 2nd, 2006
10:15 pm
I feel like I've finally found a group that would understand my predicament.

I've always known I've had "monkey spirits", and often felt a phantom tail, since I was 4 or 5. I've also felt a very mystical connection to the jungle, an attraction to warm climates, and an extreme dislike of reptiles. Flashfoward many years, when I would come into contact with the character "Diddy Kong", and know that I shared a great connection to the character.

Since than I've been coming to terms with my existence with no small amount of difficulty. I'm goping that this LJ would provide education from peers of similar conditions.
Wednesday, September 28th, 2005
5:46 pm
I thought some of you might find this short film interesting. Al Roach: Private Insectigator is a black and white CG animation film done the film noir style about a colony of bugs living in the weeds behind the Hollywood sign. Its only available today on AOL. You can check it out here...
what do you think? pretty good, huh?
Sunday, October 31st, 2004
1:19 am
I'm just astounded to find such a wonderful, thoughtful group here on the internet.

Recently it has come to my attention that I am not quite human... that I am... different. For as long as I can remember, I've felt strangely content to stare out into space for long stretches of time - the vast reaches of the cosmos, waiting before me. It's like I've been there, in another form. I've also got the weirdest fixation on the color green - Well, I put two and two together, and came to the conclusion that my soul is the astral embodiment of none other than Captain Bucky O'Hare.

Now that I know this, I've started to understand the weirder facets of my personality SO MUCH MORE:

1. The inexplicable, violent hatred for amphibians (obviously my soul channeling Bucky's rage towards the sinister KOMPLEX Toad AI Overlord and his mindless followers!)
2. The bouts of uncontrollable sobbing whenever I see dead rabbits on the road (Bucky's woe due to finding out the Toads conquered his planet!)
3. Again, the fixation on space - could it be Bucky, aching to patrol amongst the stars once again?

I'm not sure if I'm ready to break the news to my friends and family just yet... but with time, I will find the strength. :)
1:07 am
To have found this community, my gosh, what a relief it is!

For the longest time now I have felt the growing realization hitting me that I am not who I thought I was. The late night binges on anchovies, the unnatural attraction to lobsters and crabs (beautiful creatures, I think!), then one night it came to me in a dream, I was a large, otherworldly lobster-man in my past life. Perhaps this was a life in another dimension, perhaps just a long, long time ago in a galaxy far, far away where life just so happened to look like a vision of a future Earth (wavelengths coincide, and many may be coincidences, but I also believe that this other Earth has influenced or is influencing the way our Earth is developing at this moment! We must be channeling their thoughts in our dreams, and whether or not they are sending them on purpose is moot, maybe) populated by people and aliens, why not.

The closest thing I have found to match my own soul is in the fantastic American cartoon Futurama. I believe I am Dr. Zoidberg, and that someday all of you will pay. Oh yes, pay, for I will be a king who is bowed down to and respected, and there will be money and I will have all the pretty baubles and rich person things, why not. At least in that world, anyhow. My human body cries, and my hands ache in remembrance of my breathtaking claws, oh the snipping and cutting I would do.

Thank, thank you so much for creating this wonderful community.
Saturday, October 30th, 2004
6:55 pm
Well, first off let me say I am so glad to find a community of likeminded kin. I've been keeping my secret bond to my characters to myself for so very, very long, but now I can "come out of the closet" and say that my spiritual mate is Foxy. As most of you SHOULD know (if you know anything about anything) Foxy is the lifepartner to Roxy in the wonderfully spiritual shorts, "Smile, Darn Ya, Smile," "Lady Play your Mandolin," and "One More Time". You see, I was Roxy in a past life. In my dreams, I can see us dancing, our horse getting drunk and his rubbery legs barely supporting him as we laugh and smile and know eachother more than we know anything else.

I think Ising got down our movements very well in his direction, but I can tell you for a FACT that I never once saw my beloved soulpartner fire a gun with a miniature version of himself in it. I don't know why Ising would ever INSINUATE that Foxy was a gun lover but that's his business.

However, I will NEVER forgive the directors at TINY TOON ADVENTURES (which should be called DUMBY DUMB DUMBVENTURES) for their rape of our beautiful souls! Here is their CRIME, just as bad as the HOLOCAUST. When I talk to Foxy everynight he silently cries to me and tells me how much he hates what they did to him. We were considering counseling but it is out of the question, as Goopy Geer isn't much of a doctor.

Well, that's my story! ;)
11:09 pm
This is an amazing community and I'm glad I've found it. What I find the frequency and resonance of my soul having in common with in the form of wavelength patterns and waveform repititions is the cartoon version of Sonic the Hedgehog. However I hope you do not simply dismiss me as the sort of crazy furry who likes to draw and wank to sonic/tails pornography. I also know some of you might say, "But there are THREE VERSIONS OF SONIC CARTOONS." But, that is exactly what I have iin common with. The difference and similarities of these different sonics in different incarnations is the sort of metafictional quality that I feel is part of my soul and mindset, that of a person with multiple personalities, yet each so behaving the same as each other but yet outwardly so different. The fact that all of them were aired at nearly the same time on various television networks makes it even more significant, that all personalities exist at the same time, yet at different places in various forms.

The Sonic with the chicken and mole robots, I believe, is the one that anthropomorphisizes the qualities of my childhood, that of a time of youthful abandon with little regard to one's surroundings and details. The Sonic where he is in a band with two idealistic hedgehog teenagers suffering from fashion disasters is that of my teenage years, a time of rebellion, loud music, makebelieve villains and a taste for new technology that is not needed. Finally it is the Sonic with Princess Sarah and the pink time-travelling dragon which makes the whole difference, and that reflects the mature self which I am with its rich history and loving culture, with realistic fears and danger.

I hope I do not speak too much here but I find myself being very speechy when I talk about myself and my astral projections.
2:58 pm
Wow. I never thought there would be other people like us around. I've always felt a certain kinship with Jerry, and his eternal struggle against the oppresive presence of Tom, but until recently I never thought it went deeper. While I cannot say if I'm a reincarnation of Jerry himself, I often dream about running around while very fast music plays and diving into a kettle, at which point a stick of dynamite would drop in from above and I would leave by the spout, only to see a cackling feline with his fingers in his ears - though inevitably he would get curious and stick his head in the kettle just before the imminent explosion, leaving his face blackened with huge, sad lips as a mocking refrain of "camptown races" plays in the background.
8:12 pm
Ren my love.
For a while now, Ren from Ren and Stimpy has been my lover. My otherkin is a labradoodle from their world. She is very outgoing and a highly sought-after lover, so as you can imagine, Ren is very happy to have me. We meet in dreams, or he comes to me when I meditate. We have been very happy for over a year now.
I'd just like to congratulate those who opened this community. I hope more will join soon. Us cartoonkin need to stick together.
2:10 am
Welcome, fellow travelers on the cel-inked astryl plane!
This is the place where we get to know one another! 8)

While I myself am not a reincarnate of any particular character (although I respect those who are), I have soul-bonded with many as I surf the fantastic shadows of distant realities on my teevee box's screen. The most recent of these is Eduardo from Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends. Every time I close my eyes I can see his hulking, magenta-furred form (he is more violet on the show but I think that's something the artists got wrong) and hear his nervous, gravelly voice. Interestingly, in my head his Mexican accent sounds much more legitimate, and his Spanish is fluent. Something to think about, isn't it?

So post away, mis amigos! ;)
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