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  • Transformers:
  • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero - YO JOE!
  • June's adorable voice (and laugh). Hearing her sing is beautiful and really cute at the same time.
  • At the end of some Avatar: The Last Airbender episodes, we have Safe Return, a perfect way to say "for now, we're peaceful."
    • The wooshing sound of comment-enhanced firebending.
  • "Okay, guys, I've got a plan!"
  • "Hey Ferb, I know what we're going to do today."
  • Godzilla: The Series has Zilla, Jr. roaring whenever a Monster of the Week throw down is about to get real, and then the sound of when his fire breath charges up.
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic has the cheesy grin squeak, used repeatedly through the series. Fluttershy and Rarity's squeaking and squealing in general tends to be hilarious and wonderful.
    • Oddly enough, the "grin squeak" can be used in frowns as well, which can be strangely hilarious.
    • Anytime Fluttershy opens her mouth, be it to sing or talk.
      • Rarity and Pinkie Pie's singing voices. And Pinkie Pie's laugh.
      • Coco Pommel has an equally sweet voice.
    • The sound of Pinkie Pie's "party cannon": like a combination of party noisemakers and balloons.
    • There's also the sound Spike's fire makes, and the little inhale he does before unleashing it.
    • In the royal wedding two-parter, Queen Chrysalis's giggle.
    • Yeah, the theme song is still incredibly girly, but many fans of the show can't quite stop smiling when they hear the little harp crescendo at the beginning of theme song.
    My Little Pony, My Little Pony, aaah aaah Aaah! I used to wonder what friendship could be...
    • The remastered version (used from Lesson Zero onwards) takes it Up to Eleven. Especially that "BWOOO" noise that starts as Dashie punches through the clouds.
    • The sound of the Super Speedy Cider Squeezy approaching for the first time, just every sound it makes simply wonderful.
    • The noise Rainbow Dash makes whenever her voice cracks, such as here or here. Utterly. Freaking. Adorable.
    • Dash's Sonic Rainboom.
    • Rainbow Dash's fake snoring in "Read it and Weep."
      • Somehow even better when "Sleepless in Ponyville" reveals it's an exact replica of her actual snoring.
    • When Sweetie Belle is excited, her voice squeaks. There's just something adorable about that.
    • By season 3, Scootaloo has learned how to carry a tune.
    • "I'm Applejack. Want an apple fritter?"
    • Princess Luna singing in the season 4 finale.
    • Rainbow Dash's solo song in "Tanks for the Memories".
    • Princess Celestia actually having fun at the Gala in "Make New Friends But Keep Discord".
    • "Hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhaaaaaa... yaaay."
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    • Spike's solo song in "The Times They Are a Changeling".
  • Someone's gone and done it. They've pushed him too far. The screen zooms in on him, and a dramatic bass drum roll begins. And then, the classic line is uttered:
    Bugs Bunny: "Of course you realize, this means WAR."
    • "Eh, what's up, doc?"
    • "MEEPMEEP" vroooooomm
    • Daffy's "woo-hoo, woo-hoo!" laugh.
    • "Th-th-th-That's All, Folks!"
  • The ethereal, yet unmistakably feline growl/roar released by the Sword of Omens.
    Lion-O: Thunder! Thunder! THUNDER! THUNDERCATS, HOOOOOOO!
    • There's also the "Dun DUN Daaah!" of the fanfare right before he unleashes it.
  • Nants ingonyama! Bagaithi baba!
  • Anytime Hank Hill makes his signature scream.
  • The Pickles family doorbell.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants:
    • "I'M READY!"
    • Spongebob's Signature Laugh; at least to those who don't consider it the Most Annoying Sound.
    • The squeaky sound of SpongeBob's footsteps.
    • Gary's meows are very adorable.
    • The sound of Mr. Krab's feet waddling.
    • Depending on the episode, Squidward's clarinet playing actually isn't that bad sometimes; other times it's atrocious.
    • "Are ya ready, kids?"
  • The Gravity Falls theme song. *Awesome Music, indeed!
  • The Goofy holler.
  • Every single sound effect from Hanna-Barbera.
  • The Kimmunicator ringtone from Kim Possible.
  • The hum of a Green Lantern ring's construct, virtually unchanged from the Superfriends to Green Lantern: The Animated Series and everything in-between.
  • In Batman: The Animated Series there are many wonderful sounds, but none so wonderful as this.
  • In Regular Show, anytime Mordecai, Rigby or anyone else goes "OOOOHHHHH!!!" can put a smile on anyone's face.
  • Steven Universe:
    • Rose's voice, provided by the one and only Susan Egan. Taken a notch further in "We Need to Talk," where she sings.
    • Likewise for Garnet's, provided by the marvelous Estelle, and when she sings. Her low, calming, motherly voice is gorgeous.
    • Pearl's voice, provided by the lovely Deedee Magno Hall. Especially her singing voice, which is very classical, harmonious, and wouldn't be out of place in a Broadway musical.
    • Blue Diamond's voice; as soft and soothing as a mother reading a bedtime story.
    • Opal doesn't appear much and only has two actual speaking lines, but they're delivered in a very warm, soulful voice, befitting a character played by Aimee Mann.
    • Any time Lapis Lazuli gives a sincere laugh or sounds happy, if only because they're so rare.
    • The sound that the gem's weapons make when they're being summoned.
    • The sound of bubbles made, or when they're sent off are both really satisfying.
    • The little "bling!" sound that plays whenever Steven gets stars in his eyes.
    • The sound Warp Pads make when they activate. Ironic, as most users of the warp pads want to suck the life of the planet, but since Rose, Steven, Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl are guardians of our planet, it still very much qualifies.
    • The sound Steven shield makes when something makes hard contact with it. *BWOOM*
    • The satisfying clank of Steven opening and closing his shield.
    • Most of the show's soundtrack qualifies, but the drums, piano, and bass that make up Alexandrite's soundtrack stand out, especially when combined with Malachite's piano and heavy drumbeats in "Super Watermelon Island.
  • American Dad!:
    • Anytime Steve sings.
    • Anytime Seth MacFarlane sings (on this show and on Family Guy. Seriously, there's a reason why he always sings so many Frank Sinatra songs as Brian).
  • Kubo and the Two Strings: Every time the Shamisen's strings are strung.
  • John DiMaggio has stated his favourite noise in all Futurama is the triple-pop noise made whenever Mom slaps her sons.
    • Also from Futurama, the noise of the Hypnotoad may be a hideous, machine noise... but it's also so fitting. ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD!
  • Rudy's got the chalk!
  • For longtime fans of the books, Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie's rendition of the hero's catchphrase is one. After 20 years of only being in written form, "Tra-La-Laa!" is finally heard. And it's perfect.
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy's endless repertoire of Wacky Sound Effects deserve a mention, being known for making just about anything slightly funnier from mere presence. And while there are too many to list, the memetic sumo warcry/"SUBALUWA" sound is probably at the top of the list.
    • Edd's laugh. It's adorable.
  • Total Drama: Anytime Dawn speaks. Her voice is just adorable.
  • The Popeye theme triumphantly blaring the moment Popeye whips out a can of spinach.
  • Adventure Time:
    • Finn's high-pitched scream.
    • Finn's cute laugh.
    • Anytime Marceline sings.
    • Anytime Finn sings with Autotune.
  • The chiming beep the Omnitrix makes when recharged in Ben 10.
  • From The Dragon Prince: Aaravos' voice is quite deep and quite pleasant to listen to.
  • "Ha ha ha HA ha! Ha ha ha HA ha! Ha ha ha HA ha! Hahahahahahahahahhahahaha!"


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