40 Funny Examples of Cartoon Logic Gone Wrong
Cartoons are all about creating a fanciful world full of imagination for children. Fun stories of confessing your love while riding on a magic carpet, hanging out with a dog who can talk, or having new adventures every day during summer vacation are pure magic for children and children at heart.
How can he listen to music?
Mastering Asian utensils
Stuck in a cage?
Physics is a branch of science that explores the laws of matter and the universe as we know them. It’s the branch of science where Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, and others made discoveries that changed the world forever. But, as intelligent as these scientists were, we’re pretty sure cartoon physics would stump them.
What species are Pluto and Goofy?
Ducks eating chicken
Spongebob is fond of washing dishes
The smartest boy cannot get hold of his sister
Prince charming might not be so charming
Cinderella is a typical fairy tale story. An unfortunate woman who is tasked with serving her stepmother and stepsisters just wants to find true love and be genuinely happy. As with all fairy tales, Cinderella finds the love of her life. However, there are some challenges before her “happily ever after” arrives.
Aquaman and his weird way of saving people
Theory of relativity
Siblings or a couple?
Creators and cartoonists have the freedom to choose what the characters will look like. Cartoons like Spongebob, Arthur, Pokemon, and more are designed with the creative juices of the creators. However, for some reason, they frequently draw married couples who look suspiciously similar.
Si, soy Dora
Minnie Mouse and her phobia
Minnie Mouse is a famous character created by Disney. She is the long-term sweetheart of Mickey Mouse - with dozens of series together ever since Walt Disney was established. However, some comics or series showed that Minnie is scared of mice - which raises an eyebrow to its viewers and readers.
Do they have hair?
The Simpsons are known for their dark humor and conspiracy theory episodes, which is part of why the public likes them. Created in 1989, the show still continues to air to this date. With 34 seasons, The Simpsons remains at the top of its game.
Rock, Paper, Scissors!
Not a perfect fit, for sure!
Not a good example
Some Disney movies meant for children are not actually very child friendly, and we hope parents are aware of this. Older princess films are more focused on the romantic aspect and prince charming idea, rather than the educational content.
What’s your skincare routine?
How much is your electric bill?
The father of gravity sighs
One good thing about growing up in today’s society is that we had cartoons to entertain us. We thank the heavens above because animated cartoons were not a thing back when Isaac Newton was alive. After all, Sir Isaac Newton, the scientist who developed the theory of universal gravitation, would probably not agree to rewrite the laws of physics.
Tale as old as time…. as long as you are locked up
Walt Disney Company is the famous creator of many fairy tale stories. With their timeless Disney Princesses - Belle, Aurora, Ariel, Cinderella, and others- they are more focused on developing the happy ending. This is understandable since films at that time were for pure entertainment only. But, as time passed, movies and TV shows paved the way for educational material.
How is this pokemon holding another pokemon?
Good disguise, ninjas
How to sneak up on your parents
Family is not about having the same species
Identification cards should be helpful
Justice is served!
I wanna be where the people are
Good questions by Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz
In this episode, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz asked a great question we had never thought about before. In case you can’t see it, he wants to know why we only ever see skulls in the desert, but not the whole skeleton. Well, we don’t know the answer either.