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4 cartoon series that taught us mannerism

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PEOPLE GET ONLY ONE LIFE!!!!!! It’s up to us, the adults, the parents to teach our children right from wrong. Parents are responsible for monitoring their young ones’ character. When I was a kid, I used to like every kid’s show I came across but there were few cartoon series in early 20s that were extra special. They were not only fun to watch but also taught us fundamental manners and develop character qualities like helping others, listening well, speaking with honesty, doing daily chores by own and not only me every grown up would admit it that these were their favorites too….

Oswald

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We all remember that safety-conscious, fun-loving octopus “OSWALD” that lived in an apartment of a Big City with his dog, Weenie and his neighborhood was peopled with colorful characters like Henry the Penguin, Madame Butterfly, who runs the Big Diner, and her daughter, Catrina (Caterpillar). Oswald used to give message to its small aged viewers to help their friends and neighbors, to follow the rules of the society where we live and keep the city clean. Every episode came with a lesson of life and that inspired children the most.

 

Teletubbies

Umm… this may sound weird, but I actually really liked Teletubbies and every child in early 20s used to love them. Not because we enjoyed watching their cuteness but they taught fun things to kids without expressing via dialogues. They were literally like favorite show and almost all every kid of 4-8 years old used to talk about them at that time. Even though it had been long time but now also people love to keep their toys. It’s not like they’re the best kid’s show ever, or the best show ever for that matter, but It supposed to entertain toddlers. Adults who had watched it in their childhood have beautiful memories of it today also.

 

NODDY

Children get up early in toy world where Noddy, a little wooden boy used to live. Noddy and the citizens of Toyland were a fun to watch. Its series were theme-based to give us teachings of self- reliance and empathy. As a self-employed taxi driver, Noddy loved driving his friends around Toytown in his little red and yellow taxi. Today also we remember the distinctive “Parp, Parp” sound of his taxi’s horn and the jingle of the bell on his blue hat.

 

BOB;the builder

 

To solve problems and get things done with a positive attitude, Bob the Builder and pals dig, haul and build together! With friends like Muck the dump truck and Dizzy the cement mixer, Bob and his business partner Wendy live in an imaginative world full of new experiences. Bob taught us about sense of humor, intuition, creativity and positive attitude that he kept while leading his team to a successful venture.

These were some different nostalgias that feel too good and comforting… agree???

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