8 Cartoon Character Catchphrases From Our Childhood We’ll Never Forget
It seems like only yesterday that we were running home from school, excited about switching on an Onida TV and watching our favourite cartoons.
Keeping us engaged for hours, they’d make us laugh with their crazy antics, their familiar music and mannerisms ingrained in our memories forever.
I can’t help but wonder if I were to turn on Cartoon network now, would I still have the chance to hear these unforgettable catchphrases again?
1. What’s up, Doc?
Tell me you can’t remember Bugs Bunny saying these words from the side of his mouth as he munched away at his carrot.
2. Yabba Dabba Doo
Did you know that Fred Flintstone’s trademark catchphrase was originally his club’s cheer?
Homer Simpson made popular this exclamation of frustration everytime he injured himself, or realized he’d done something stupid, which was like, always.
The brainy Velma Dinkley used this phrase to describe surprise when she stumbled upon a clue that helped the Scooby Doo gang successfully solve a mystery.
5. Beep Beep!
The road-burning Road Runner’s adorable beeping, the only way he could harm Wile E. Coyote, became so popular that a car model named after the cartoon was even fitted with a horn that went “beep, beep” when activated.
6. What does this button do?
Dexter’s ditzy older sister, Dee Dee, had a great love for destroying his lab and a fascination for buttons that began with her newborn brother’s bellybutton.
7. Can we fix it?
Yes, we can!
8. Hey There, Pretty Momma!
In his neverending (and unsuccessful) efforts to get women to date him, the muscular and boorish Johnny Bravo often began all his advances this way.
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