We probably don't really need to point out what's wrong with this picture, and if we do, you really need glasses.
Some cartoons are a little trickier if you're trying to spot that something's off. Maybe there's a continuity error, or the color is just a little wrong for one slide.
Then there's other cartoons, where the logic is just spotty. We know that cartoons aren't real, duh, but sometimes it goes just a little past common sense. Here's some of those mind bending cartoons, all compiled just for you.
We sort of wondered the entire time that we were watching The Simpsons whether or not those little spiky things they had was hair or not. Marge has hair. Homer has two or three hairs. But it looks like Bart and Lisa don't have any hair at all. Just a moderately terrifying bone structure.
Here we see the Flintstones, celebrating something. We're not sure what it is, but they seem to have a tree decorated with ornaments and candy canes. They also have little red and white hats. That's pretty cool. It can't be Christmas they're celebrating, though, because Christmas didn't happen for, we don't know, thousands and thousands of years after their time.
It looks like Tom and Jerry have been running around naked all these years. Or, they're just trying to protect themselves from the harmful UV rays of the sun. You can never be too careful, even when you're covered in fur.
We don't know why Squidward looks so glum. He's found a way to water his plants underwater. Obviously, he's a genius and now can market his idea. Actually, a lot of unexplainable logic would happen in Spongebob. Like when they have campfires underwater. Seems like it makes sense.
Yeah, speaking of muddled logic in Spongebob, can anyone explain how he can hear the music through his eyes? Thanks, because we think that would be a pretty cool experience. Maybe this is just some kind of really strange hat.
Here's Mickey with his dog, Pluto. Mickey is a mouse, so either he's a very, very big mouse or Pluto is a very, very small dog. This is Goofy, Mickey's friend. Mickey's friend Goofy is a dog, and he can talk. What happened to Pluto? Why is he this way? Or is Goofy a science experiment gone wrong?
Yeah, it really looks like they're trapped. A completely inescapable situation that they totally can't get out of. You know, all the artist had to do was draw the bars a little closer together. Maybe they got lazy.
Speaking of inescapable situations, looks like we've stumbled upon another one. It seems like our favorite characters are always wriggling out of sticky situations. But really, with this one, there's just no escape in sight. Really, we don't know what he'll do.
We think our lipstick is pretty cool, but we only paid like $8 dollars for it. It might cost a little more for your lipstick to get loaded with a built in laser that can bounce across multiple mirrors and then create a force strong enough to melt a hole into another room. But there's always coupons.
There's not anything inherently wrong with the animation in this picture. Unless you count commemorating what's left of your dad by hanging a photograph of sausage on the wall. Don't you think that's a memory they'd want to forget?
We know we're not supposed to look at things in cartoons logically. We've already said this. But if you stop just for a second and look, you'll be unable to wonder: how did this kid get his shirt over his head?
You're going to have to excuse us from this one. We can't talk about it because we're really just not quite certain who these guys are. Maybe if they removed their bandanas we'd be able to tell you, but for now, we really have no clue. Sorry.