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Desc:Good stuff
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:tex avery, slang, puns, literal, pun
Submitted:WHO WANTS DESSERT
Date:04/25/12
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Comment count is 13
dementomstie
PUNS PUNS PUNS PUNS!
Sinister looking cat.
PUNS PUNS PUNS PUNS!


that is my type of cartoon.
buttnutt
so this is where that madvillain bit comes from
freedoom
why were all the old cartoons around 7 minutes long?
The Head of John the Baptist
I'm guessing it has to do with the length of the film reel.

TheOtherCapnS
His story doesn't add up.

I'm thinking murder-suicide. Maybe plain old suicide.
Comatose2
Agreed. Every phrase spoken had an alternative meaning, except "so I died laughing", which he meant literally. Most suspicious indeed.

joelkazoo
Tex Avery was a master at making just plain batshit-insane cartoons.
TheDevilsDictionary
One of the most memorable cartoons from my child hood. That shit-eating grin on the cat always got me.
Xenocide
I hope they don't make him change out of that snappy outfit for a white robe.
spiteful crow
YES

The random guy hanging from a noose at 4:36 always makes me giggle.
Xenagama Warrior Princess
This was one of my absolute favorites growing up.
Chalkdust
I haven't seen this since I was a kid, and man, I got basically none of these jokes back then
numb
This is my favorite cartoon.
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