Men like watching cartoons almost like kids. There are characters which are created on someone’s likeness or totally abstract. I bet you would like to be like a super man or hulk but the truth can be completely different. Check your cartoon equivalent.
What would you choose to do on a free weekend with friends?
Which word is describing your character?
Where would you like to live?
Which model of future life suits you?
What makes you laugh?
What is the biggest problem of humanity?
If there was ever any loveable synthesis of the dumb male who done good it would be the flawed Mr. Flinstone. When he got off the clock at the rock quarry, his cravings were simple: bowling massive helpings of roast porkasaurus, time spent with his darling wife Wilma.
Fred Jones (Scooby Doo)!
Fred’s the gang leader, is clearly the choice of today’s man. He’s a leader. He’s calm under ghastly situations. His haircut is always perfect and well trimmed. His fashion sense is simple, yet classic and elegant. It makes Fred one of the most polished toon examples of the moder manhood.
Homer (The Simpsons)!
He may be a selfish, provincial, thoughtless sexist but the true genius of Homer is that the beneath all that resides a simple human need to be loved. It makes him a running lesson how to empathize, especially towards the people who drive us crazy.
SpongeBob (SpongeBob Squarepants)!
The series revolves around its title character and his various friends. SpongeBob is an energetic and optimistic sea sponge that lives in a sea pineapple. SpongeBob always tries to do his best but usually bad luck interrupts him. Squarepants is arguably the most gifted, yet underachieving, creature shown on TV”. He is devoted to his friends and work.