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thomasmwilson:

grunklestanbearpig:

i’m really interested in seeing how clarence’s relationship with chad will pan out as the show develops. it’s refreshing to see a cartoon where the boyfriend/girlfriend of a parent isn’t villainized in the eyes of the child. clarence’s real father obviously isn’t in the picture, and although clarence is most likely emotionally damaged from it, he not only accepts chad as his new guardian/father-figure, he also embraces him. even if chad has some flaws (whether or not the milk he was drinking in the pilot was actually supposed to be milk or if it was cartoon network’s PG version of beer—alcohol substitution not uncommon for the network—is unclear), i don’t think i’m jumping the gun here by saying that even after only 3 episodes and some preview clips, it seems like chad genuinely cares for clarence, and it’s nice to see that those feelings are reciprocated and that clarence thinks chad is pretty cool, too. i’m really excited to see more interaction between clarence and his family.

It’s also refreshing to see parental figures in cartoons be not only supportive; but physically and emotionally excited for and with kids. Rather than being the bearers of reality and while smiling; are still somewhat wooden.

I think adults can learn a lot about being a more supportive figure in the lives of kids from some of the cartoons that are on these days. Mostly Cartoon Network.

Adventure Time; The Misadventures of Flapjack; and Clarence all have examples of this power of enthusiasm that I really enjoy. I think that’s something everyone can take away from them.

jayyparker:

JUST KEEpin it real
Jack senff from william bonney 

jayyparker:

JUST KEEpin it real

Jack senff from william bonney 

dullahaan:

I hate everyone that I know

Then I wonder, “where did my friends go?”

Fucking poor me, always suffering 

Everyone will let me down, one way or the other

One day I’ll be dead and gone, maybe then we’ll get along

I’m not holding my breath, but what do I know?

I know nothing

jill-bird:

You see Spongebob,  It’s a metaphor. You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but never give it the power to kill you.

jill-bird:

You see Spongebob,
It’s a metaphor. You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but never give it the power to kill you.

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