Our family is loony for Looney Tunes too! I remember one time, my brother asked Santa for a rocket from the ACME company, ha ha! 🙂
You mean those aren’t real?!
Reblogged this on Pilgrim Outskirts and commented:
Ahhh Looney Tunes! I don’t know where I’d be today if it weren’t for Bugs Bunny and his sarcastic demeanour. I loved him best. What’s great about Looney Tunes is that there was no politically correct language for humour. You could make fun of whomever you wanted with impunity. For a cartoon aimed at children, there was plenty in it for adults. There never has been anything like it since. Great chart. I agree with all the percents 100%. 🙂
Because now everything has to be PC! Even the relationship between Apple and Windows. (Horrible attempt at a computer joke) Thanks for the reblog!
HAhaha! Thanks for the Looney Tunes! This is where we get our sense of humour. 🙂
Anytime! Nothing gets you through life better than a sense of humor (and a little sarcasm)!
Now when they are re-aired the voices are dubbed over because the original cartoons were too racist. They kinda were actually.
I’ve heard that – I guess I wasn’t around for the original cartoons, but I find enjoyment in the edited ones; probably because I don’t have to feel guilty when I laugh at the jokes!
Bugs was my fave…so clever and cool all the time. My kids are just getting into Looney Tunes now and I love it. Classic stuff, nothing these days even compares.
Definitely a great character – sometimes I sit down to watch and take notes of how to someday be as cool as him. Step one: grow carrots.
I love it anytime characters see stars or have spinning vision! Also, they always have great classical music in them.
And pants should definitely be optional, especially in extremely warm climates. 🙂
The first time I saw stars, I thought, HUH! Looney Tunes nailed that one.
It usually only happens when someone clonks me on the head for forgetting to wear pants in public.
I love the Tex Avery ones, that just go full-on bizarre.
He was a unique one!
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