Welcome to Favourite Things Friday for another week. I'm looking forward to seeing what creative and fabulous favourites people share this week.
Want to link up? Want to share your favourite thing this Friday? You can! It's as easy as writing a post and linking up at the bottom of this post. Or you can just visit some of the other participants to have a squizz at their favourite things. Either way - you're in for some entertainment.
I'm late with FTF today . Little P and Miss P did a sleepover here last night so I'm up to my eyeballs in 18 month old distractions and vegemite toast and it was my nephew's 18th party last night so all sorts of unusual things have been happening. Anyway ...
Confession Time. In this house we are partial to cartoons which is kind of odd since we dont have any young people living here. We plead guilty to immaturity in the Pyjamas house.
I'm not talking about Bugs Bunny , or Magilla Gorilla (Does anyone remember the Funky Phantom and Great Grape Ape?) I'm talking about adult cartoons that are shown , sometimes questionably, on public television.
Way back in 1987 it all started with the Simpsons.
The Simpsons has give us some great catch phrases that have made their way into popular culture including D'oh! and Marge's "grrrrrrrrrrrrrr"
Then came South Park. I love South Park. Pure genius.
Favourite lines :"Those bastard's killed Kenny" , "Mmkay" and Cartman screaming 'Respect my authority!' Hilarious.
Futurama - the story of a 21st century dude accidentally cryogenically frozen for 1000 years and then brought back to life.
American Dad - the story of an uptight CIA agent and his family, which includes an illegal alien (a real outer space alien - not the other kind ) Very funny.
Family Guy is the story of Peter Griffin, his wife Lois, their kids Meg , Chris and Stewie. They also have a talking dog who likes to drink cocktails, Brian. Stewie their one year old baby who is intent on world domination and is constantly plotting world domination and making death rays, and coming up with plans to kill his own mother. This family takes dysfunction to a whole new level.
Does anyone else love cartoons or do I have a serious problem?