Sunday, September 29, 2013

Top 10 older cartoons, with surprisingly good hidden morals

So- Im sure you've heard it before- The new cartoons are very watered down compared to what we used to watch...they dont really teach much of anything- and they are only there to be pretty colors, brain cell killers and a just a distraction from life.

Well. Older cartoons certainly werent like that!

heres the top 10 Old cartoons with surprisingly good morals hidden in them.

10. Yankee Doodle Donkey


Moral: What you are isnt important...its what you can do with what you've been given thats important.

9. Trolley Ahoy

Moral: Impatience does nothing but cost you the end its not worth it.

8. Somewhere in dreamland

 Moral: You dont need extravagance to be happy- but the kindness of strangers can go a long way.

7. A car-tune Portrait

Moral:  Denying who you are will only make it that much worse when it comes back to remind you.

6. Panchito

Moral: Sometimes the most extreme circumstances will bring out the best in you.

5. Raggedy ann - Suddenly its spring

Moral: Sometimes you should put aside what you WANT for the good of someone else.

4. Ants in the plants

Moral: Never underestimate the power of teamwork

3. Barnyard brat

Moral: Treat others how you want to be treated.

2. Small fry

Moral: Dont be in a hurry to grow up.

1. The little Red hen

Moral: If you dont do the work, Dont expect to partake in the reward.

At least these are the ones I interpret them to have...maybe Im wrong? Maybe Im right? What do you think? Do you see different ones than me? Let me know!

till next time!

No comments:

Post a Comment