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Charlie Brown

My choices, at least, for the greatest of all time should I say. Many of these characters would appear on most lists of this type and many would not. You may notice the absence of a multitude of the more modern 'toon characters but that's my choice;

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from HelloGiggles

Why you don’t have to be afraid to make the first move

The Little Red-Haired Girl Peanuts by Charles M. Schulz. She is the object of Charlie Brown's affection, and a symbol of unrequited love. While never seen in the strip, she appears in several television specials. Charlie Brown always fails to muster the courage to speak to her. She figures prominently in Valentine's Day strips, several of which focus on Charlie Brown's hope of getting a valentine from her. Charlie Brown typically attempts to give her a valentine but panics at the last…

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