Why would it be awesome to be bugs bunny for a day?

Why would it be awesome to be bugs bunny for a day? Topic: Essay writing cartoons
June 24, 2019 / By Allysdare
Question: I am writing an essay on why I would want to be Bugs Bunny for a day and I am off to a rough start. I need ideas of why he is the greatest cartoon ever. Please be as detailed as possible. Please Help. Thanks.
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Terri Terri | 3 days ago
Bugs Bunny is the greatest cartoon ever because 1) He's an icon - people around the world know him. 2) He's hilarious - if not, he wouldn't have been around for over 50 years! 3) He has stood in for the Road Runner - no one else ever has! 4) He ALWAYS comes out on top - like Ferris Bueller but w/o any effort. He never gets caught, he always gets away with whatever he wants to and comes out smelling like a rose! 5) He always gets the best of Elmer and Daffy - they can never harm him - and he just wants to do his own thing - I don't know why those guys go after him, do you? Bugs is GREAT! "What's up doc!?"
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Terri Originally Answered: What does it mean when a male bunny is on top of a female bunny and his tail is vibrating like crazy?
The male was mating and you likely got yourself a pregnant female rabbit if he mated at least twice! One mating will release the eggs in the female the 2nd will allow the male rabbit to fertilise the female egge What you mum is teaching you is total irresponsible! Why shouldn't I breed my rabbit? First, take a look at our "unwanted rabbit" statistics for the past 3 years, including the number we were able to save. The rabbits we were unable to save are rabbits who most likely died because there were not enough homes for all of them. Unwanted rabbits come in all colors, ages and breeds. They come in friendly temperaments and not so friendly temperaments. Aprox. 75% of the calls we get from people wanting to turn over their rabbits have rabbits between 9 months and 18 months of age. These rabbits are still very young, too young to be unwanted. Too young to die simply because there are not enough good homes for all of them. Too young to die because their owners didn't properly research what living with a rabbit is really like. What happens to rabbits when there are not enough homes for them? Some of these unwanted rabbits are killed for snake or people food are euthanized at animal shelters are dumped in residential neighborhoods where they are chased by children; poisoned by angry neighbors; hit by cars; attacked by dogs; etc... are dumped in the woods or at "bunny colony sites" where they starve to death; die from dehydration, injuries or illness; are eaten by wild animals; are attacked by other rabbits; etc... are bred on a whim creating more unwanted rabbits are passed from home to home, forgotten and unloved, becoming increasingly more depressed and anti-social, being fed improper diets, having their illnesses left untreated because no one wants to spend money on "that animal", finally dying and being released at last from a life that was miserable. There are reasons to breed, very valid ones such as breeding because you want to better a particular breed. If you are going to breed to make money, don't waste your time. Reputable breeders are not getting rich, just ask one how much money they made last year after expenses. Breeding is done because of a love of the breed, not for profit. Reputable breeders are doing their homework and are not breeding simply to create more rabbits. They breed carefully and with a plan in mind. You should not breed rabbits from a pet store or from a person who allowed their mixed breed rabbits have young. Quality rabbits come with a pedigree, were you given one? Have you researched the genetics of the parent's colors so you are going to get "showable" colors? Excellent quality rabbits cost money and can take time to find, can you spend the money and time? Have you researched your area so that you know that the breed you are considering is one that owners in your area actually are interested in? Are you willing to spay or neuter any pet quality rabbits or rabbits with genetic problems before selling so they do not reproduce? How will you place these rabbits, what does it cost to advertise, are you set up to keep any babies that don't sell, etc...? (A pet store should not be an option in 99.9% of the cases!) Breeding rabbits means providing proper housing. Even if you only have two rabbits, and want just one litter, you need 4 cages. One cage for the mother, one for the father, and two cages to separate the babies by sex. Any baby rabbit who does not find a home by 12 weeks old will need their own cage or will need to be altered to prevent fighting with their siblings. A female can have 1-12 babies, average around 3-7 depending on the breed of rabbit. If you needed to do so, can you house up to 10 babies? Not just for short term, think long term, you might not be able to find homes for these babies easily, so be prepared. If you aren't prepared for the responsibility of any of this, you are part of the problem, even if you allow your rabbit to have just "one litter". YOU are responsible for the feeding, housing, vet care, socialization, etc, of EVERY single rabbit you create through breeding. Can you live with that? Can you afford that? Do you have the time for that? Think about it before you breed. Too often we get calls from people who put two bunnies together and now can't find homes for the babies and can't afford to house the teenagers. (Or worse, don't separate the teens so now THEY had babies also. In 2005, we got a phone call from someone with 30 rabbits just because of this.) Don't become a "bad breeder", one who breeds without a well thought out plan ahead of time.

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Mora Mora
I would love to be Bugs for a day. Being able to make stupid people pay for being stupid (hitting them with pies.blowing them up with TNT, covering them in glue, etc.) and not having to pay for doing it, myself. Only on rare occasions does Bugs do something to someone, that didn't ask for it in the first place. He is the pinnacle of cartoon common sense. Yes, things he does sometimes make no sense (meaning the impossible), but that is what makes him so wonderful. Most episodes start off with Bugs just minding his own business. Someone pops up and wants to shoot him, or destroy his home. So, what does he do? He lets them know that they can't get away with it, while he himself does. That is what endears him to everyone. He does what everyone wants to, and gets away with it (while we don't/can't).
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Lisha Lisha
With my luck, that would be the day Elmer finally catches him with a load of buckshot right under his fluffy little tail. But I suppose he could even survive that, after all, he IS a toon. Hey, that’s a good idea, right there! 16 JAN 07, 0213 hrs, GMT.
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Karena Karena
1.cause his favorite snack is a carrot and that's good for you. 2.He's very tricky, 3. he has tons of friends in the WB, 4.and "What's up Doc" his saying is probably one of the most known cartoon sayings in the U.S.
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Karena Originally Answered: Bed bugs or something else?
Hi, What I have learned is that my stresses have oftentimes caused me to do things or to eat things or to inhale things that have more toxins in them, or that weaken my immune system, like drinking and eating caffeine chocolate or high carb foods and sweets. Sounds like the malady may be an allergic reaction to something that is toxic to the liver/kidneys. IF so you might notice that when one gets hot a rash or itching will occur since the toxins are sweating out of one’s system onto an area of the skin that is thinner and more easily inflamed. AND/OR when one’s immune system has become weakened it is ‘possibly’ a bacteria-fungus i.e. ringworm and/or yeast infection thrush but it's hard to tell without seeing and learning the details about what one has been eating breathing and applying to the skin. SEE <> https://health.google.com/health/ref/Ringworm <> Monistat 7 will likely kill any fungus in a few days and better micro-nutrition will keep it killed and will also strengthen one’s liver lymph and kidney systems to handle either an allergic reaction or bacteria-fungus outbreaks with less suffering in the future. IF you think it may be an allergic reaction - although it may be a difficult process - try to identify the triggers from cosmetics meds nuts milk grains other-foods chlorine-water-in-showers smoke perfume moldy-smells laundry-cleaners etcetera by discontinuing them until the symptoms stop and then beginning them again to see how the body reacts. If one is like me one may start to see allergies to many things because the root problem for me was a severely weakened liver from too many nutritional supplements that were toxic and I never knew it until it was almost too late. After several months of pruritus Urticaria with blisters and skin fevers primarily at the back of my knees and thighs sometimes when I got warmer, that had begun during the colder months of November inside a gas heated low humidity home, I have identified enough of my own triggers to allow my legs to heal with only a super-minimal amount of coconut cream cut with de-chlorinated water rubbed over my skin and a minimal number of full body showers. After several applications my lymph glands have become severely allergic to petrolatum products that are similar to Vaseline Petroleum Jelly, and common sense has now taught me that any petroleum products should always become toxic to anyone’s kidney and liver with repeated applications. I had flare-ups immediately after I had applied organic olive oil so I eventually changed to minimal amounts of coconut oil after I had used a minimal amount of a petrolatum steroid for a few days to allow my legs to heal up. I also have flareups when I eat over 150 calories of nuts and/or milk fats and/or oils, but these usually flare up about three hours after eating them, but the olive oil always took about five to thirty minutes to begin itching. Skin diseases can always return again and again and again and can get much much worse over time if they are not resolved. Soo after reading your symptoms I would strongly encourage you to seek out a 'good' doctor or a ‘good’ nurse and s/he will make a knowledgeable medical diagnosis and thoroughly explain the causes preventions and solutions much better than anyone on Yahoo_Answers could do without being able to see you personally. Also, to know how difficult or easy it should be for a doctor to make a ‘good’ diagnosis - I encourage you to also become a ‘good’ medical diagnostician from your doctor’s advice and your own research through Yahoo_Answers and via browser searches. FOR HELP WITH PICTURES & INFO SEE: <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yeast_infection <> <> http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/skin-rash/SN00016 <> <> http://dermatology.about.com/cs/dermphotos/a/dermgallery.htm <> <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dermatosis_of_pregnancy <> <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gestational_diabetes <> <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skin_disease <> ITCHINGS & RASHES / BLISTERS CAN BE CAUSED BY EITHER: * an allergic reaction to ‘toxins’ in one’s food or skin applications or meds or air (i.e. molds or smoke or vapors) etc. * fungal bacterial = thrush yeast_infection jock_itch ringworm etc. * viral = measles smallpox shingles etc. * parasitical = scabies_mite lice chiggers mosquitos ants etc. * inadequate micro-nutrition absorption in the gut = pellagra scurvy beriberi rickets etc. <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pellagra <> * either sun or hormonal or stress related or a combination of the above that make it difficult to find a definite cause <> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/formication <> I truly hope what you learn will help you to decide on the correct choices that will remedy your painful experience of pruritus-itching and rashes in the future. My best to you and yours, AI – a self taught nutritionIsT ><+>[(-:] PS - IF you are interested, I feel I have become a quasi-expert on rashes and pruritus itching after many years of off and on flare ups due to my own nutritionally related asthma and gallbladder disease that ‘continued’ to become heart disease and T2 diabetes and then non-alcoholic fatty liver disease with either PBC or PSC. So you are not alone. Many many people suffer from pruritus and I have learned very late in my own disease(s) that when it is nutritionally related most doctors do not tell their patients that inadequate micro-nutrition absorption in the gut and liver ‘might’ be the root cause and the best solution, and is also the most likely cause to the pruritus and liver diseases that are currently overwhelming our American culture. So to do my part to make a difference in the world I now take a little time each week to help others understand why better micro-nutrition absorption in the gut is so important, and I have posted much of my own story via the link at: <> http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20091025223942AAni6lC <>. I hope you will have learned something today from my own mistakes and would not duplicate them – please pass on what you will learn from your own malady to your family friends neighbors and acquaintances. My best to you and yours. AI - nutritionIsT ><3>[(-:]

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