Posted February 21, What does it really mean to be an adult? Is it when you turn 18? Or is it when you know basic life skills? The City of Onkaparinga, a council south of Adelaide, has advertised classes on budgeting, taxes, employment, housing and renting.
When popular cartoons like Looney Tunes first premiered, they were shown before films and were geared towards adult. Fast forward a few centuries and pretty much all cartoons on the air are targeted towards kids. This isn't a bad thing, since some modern cartoons like "Adventure Time," "Regular Show" and "Steven Universe" pushed the "for kids" envelope and found their way into the hearts of both adults and children. Amongst the many kid's cartoons, a few adult-oriented cartoons found their way to the surface. There is of course the likes of more famous animated sitcoms like "The Simpsons" and "South Park," but there are some you might not know about. Further, a lot of anime is aimed at teenagers and adults, giving us a nice little well of adult cartoons to explore.
We were all attached to many characters growing up. Some were annoying, some were perfection, and some we kind of crushed on. But then, we grew up, we got older. Some make the characters more realistic.
Despite their differences, what connects them all is their content, which is decidedly adult in nature. They do that by introducing surprisingly well-developed characters, biting political satire or a surreal and wildly anarchic sense of humor. The world's only TV show about anthropomorphic fast food, Aqua Teen Hunger Force follows a trio of roommates: Frylock, a hovering box of French fries; Master Shake, a selfish milkshake; and Meatwad, a simpleton meat ball. Together they face everyday problems and fight various villains, most often The Mooninites, evil aliens from the Moon.