Top 5 Best #1stCartoonCrush Tweets

On Twitter, a new moment appeared with the trending #1stCartoonCrush. There were some hilarious confessions from men, women, boys, and girls alike on which Saturday morning cartoon, Disney animated film, or anime character that they had a crush on when they were a kid. I told a joke about not having one and got trolled. Ha!

Of course, that is not true. Anyway, here are my Top 5 Best #1stCartoonCrush Tweets:

One user going by Bynley responded to mine tweet with Starfire from Teen Titans:

Matt’s Idea Shop shared Maid Marion from Disney’s Robin Hood:

Jacob Smith from Society Reviews threw out Unchou Kan-u from the anime serious Ikkitousen: Battle Vixens:

The user known as Slaybretooth decided to share two: Max from A Goofy Movie and Kovu from The Lion King 2: Simba’s Pride. An odd choice, but it is her choice:

Last, but not least, the YouTuber and movie reviewer Sabrespark shared Molly MacDonald, a member of the Tough Customers from Arthur:

Here is mine for a bonus. You probably could have guessed it.

What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Tell if there is a movie or graphic novel you would like to review. While you are at it, check out my review of Lindsey Stirling’s EndGame of Thrones and Rosemary Dewar’s review of John Wick 3. Don’t forget to like, share, and subscribe for more posts like this one.

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