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Classic Cartoon Favorites: The Ultimate List of Retro Characters for Facebook

There’s a wave of support reaching throughout the Facebook community.  It comes in the form of profile pictures, with Facebook users everywhere changing their standard profile pics to represent their favorite retro cartoon characters.  This is in response to the December 1 plea to: “Change your Facebook profile picture to a cartoon from your childhood and invite your friends to do the same. Until Monday (December 6) there should be no human faces on Facebook, but an invasion of memories. This is for violence against children.”

If you’re looking for the perfect cartoon character to represent your support of this noble cause, look no further.  We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite cartoons which represent the food lover in all of us.  Whether you’re a baker, candy lover, vegan or uber-meat lover, here are some of the best retro cartoons to represent your passion while supporting the Facebook fight for children’s safety.

Love candy, cupcakes & all things sweet?
Here are the yummiest little cartoons you’ll ever find:

  • Strawberry Shortcake
  • Rainbow Brite
  • Smurfs
  • Care Bears

Are You Vegetarian/Vegan?
Try one of these healthy cartoon classics to represent your passion for healthy eating:

  • Popeye
  • Olive Oil
  • Grape Ape

Meat Lovers Unite!
Here are a few of our carnivore-loving favorites:

  • Porky Pig
  • Elmer Fudd
  • Captain Caveman
  • Spongebob

Got a penchant for Asian food?
Here are some of the best anime & manga cartoon characters to represent your palate:

  • Pokemon
  • Dragonball Z

Have another cartoon foodie favorite? We’d love to hear it!  Leave your ideas in the comments below.  Together we can compile an extensive list of the best retro cartoon characters!

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