Raise your hand if you are an adult and still like watching cartoons. It’s ok if you’ve grown up and are still fascinated with them. There are many cartoon series that made our childhoods brighter and more fun. I remember watching Looney Tunes and Tom & Jerry with my mom as a kid and having a blast in front of the TV. Because technology is way more advanced nowadays we have instant access to these shows. With our favorite cartoon characters being one click away, we now feel less lonely and more involved in the on screen fun. So what’s not to love about cartoons? Or about the people who like cartoon characters?
The internet is a wonderful and sometimes scary place. We have prepared for you footage with 15 people who look exactly like famous cartoon characters without any adjustments. But before you watch the clip, let’s learn more together about some of these awesome characters we all love:
Carl from Up
Carl Fredricksen is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar’s 2009 feature film Up. He is an old and cranky retired balloon salesman voiced by Ed Asner.
Johnny Bravo from Johnny Bravo
Johnny Bravo is the main protagonist of the series with the same name, voiced by Jeff Bennet. Some think his middle name is Bacon. His shallow traits lead to a severely incorrigible inability to attract women, becoming a running gag throughout the series. People also call him the “dumb blonde”.
Flash from Zootopia
Flash is the so-called fastest sloth working in the Department of Mammal Vehicles in Disney’s 2016 animated feature film Zootopia.
Linguini from Ratatouille
Alfredo Linguini is the son of Auguste Gusteau and Renata Linguini. He knows nothing about cooking, which we can see from the many Chinese take-out cartons in his refrigerator and his lack of cooking skills and knowledge. He is attracted to Colette, the only female cook in the kitchen.
Leela from Futurama
Turanga Leela is one of the main characters in Futurama. She is the tomboyishly beautiful and very sexy captain of the Planet Express ship.
Russell from Up
Russell is an overweight, 8-year old Wilderness Explorer from Up.
Never forget that growing old is mandatory, growing up is optional!
Watch the video we created for you to see what we mean and have a good laugh!
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