7 Kids Cartoons That Adults Watch Too ...


Who would have thought that there are so many kids cartoons for adults out there?!

I won’t lie;

I have watched most of these shows on my own without any children present.

Is that weird?

Maybe, but who cares?

There are a lot of kids cartoons that adults watch too, even without their kids around.

So here are seven kids cartoons for adults to enjoy too.

1. Spongebob Squarepants

Who doesn’t love “Spongebob"?!

Seriously, I know people in their 40s that enjoy watching Spongebob just as much as little kids do.

It’s the kind of show that the whole family can enjoy watching together.

This may seem like the most obvious choice on a list of kids cartoons for adults, but it’s a cartoon nonetheless and it’s interesting that so many adults love to watch it!

2. Gravity Falls

“Gravity Falls” is a really weird show.

The premise is that this set of twins moves in with their great-uncle Stan and it seems like there are a lot of weird things happening in the town.2

That doesn’t seem like too strange of a plot, but when I’ve watched the show with other people who aren’t into it, they look at me like I’m crazy for enjoying it.

Although it’s really weird, it’s also a lot of fun!

3. My Little Pony

This is the only show on the list that I haven’t watched.

It may seem odd, but there is really a huge adult fan base for “My Little Pony.” Even more surprisingly, it’s a lot of male adults that are watching it!2

They say that the show sends these amazing messages of love, acceptance, and friendship, but I wouldn’t know since I haven’t seen it.

I don’t judge those who watch it, but I’m still surprised by it.

4. Phineas and Ferb

I used to not be able to stand this show and now I think I love it more than my younger siblings do!

I know so many people around my age (early 20s) and older than me that love to watch “Phineas and Ferb”!

Who knows what it is that is so entertaining about this show, but it really is just so much fun to watch.

As a reference point, my mother always says that it sort of reminds her of “Rugrats,” but better.

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