If Bugs Bunny Really Stuck His Carrot In A Gun Barrel — WATCH

Before Spongebob and Kim Possible, or whatever cartoons kids are watching these days, there were the nonsensical shenanigans of Bugs Bunny and the Looney Tunes.

Perhaps one of the most famous running gags featured in the cartoon came between the witty Bugs Bunny and the gun-toting Elmer Fudd.

Elmer Fudd would always disrupt Bugs’ sleeping, or cooking sessions by trying to bust a cap right into his head.

While it never really seemed like Fudd’s rifle caused serious damage aside from twisting your face, or leaving your head really dusty, it seemed like a really bothersome activity for bugs.

Regardless, Bugs didn’t want to suffer that fate and would often shove his trademarked carrot right down Fudd’s gun barrel. The befuddled Fudd would pull the trigger anyway, then the gun would backfire and explode right in his face.

Fast forward to your adulthood.

There’s no way Bugs’ method of survival would work in the real world, right?

There’s only one way to know for sure and Demolition Ranch put the carrot method to the test with a real shotgun:

For better, or worse, we now know for sure that Bugs would probably be a dead duck.. er.. rabbit, if he tried this in real life.

Thankfully he was a cartoon character and was never really put in harms way unless he was drawn to do so.

Shout out to Daffy Duck for being a real “G” and taking all those bullets for his homie Bugs.


Yogurtland’s New Looney Tunes ‘Spinach’ Flavor Has Green Apple Pop Rocks Toppings

Well this is one way to get kids to eat their veggies. Take them to Yogurtland, trick them into filling their cup with the new Marvin the Martian Kosmic Fruit Kaboom Sorbet, and your kid will be getting a serving of pineapple, banana, lime and spinach.

The chain’s first commercial flavor to feature a spinach, this appropriately green-hued frozen treat gets extra tasty when topped off with a bag of green apple Pop Rocks for a mere 59 cents.

All jokes aside, speaking from experience, spinach isn’t a prevalent flavor when blended with other sweet ingredients. So, don’t worry, the sorbet will pretty much taste like a pineapple-banana smoothie.

The new Looney Tunes flavor joins Bugs’ Carrot Cake, Daffy’s Decadent Dark Chocolate Orange, and Tweety’s Lemon Cream Cookie — all now available through September 15. Keep an eye out for Road Runner’s Cactus Berry Tart and Tasmanian Devil’s “Devil’s” Food Cake, rolling out August 19th and September 2nd, respectively.

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Yogurtland Tricks Kids into Eating Their Veggies with New Looney Tunes Spoons and Flavors – That’s What’s Up


If you had to come up with an antonym for cartoons, “vegetables” would be a pretty safe bet (as would “homework,” “reading” and “the general desire to bathe”). But this summer, Yogurtland’s newest “Tune”-inspired collab sees Bugs, Daffy, Tweety, Taz and other iconic WB characters lending their questionable antics not to teaching kids how to whack each other with mallets, but to tricking them to actually eat their fruits and veggies.

Bugs’ Carrot Cake blends real carrots, spices and cream cheese frosting and is the chain’s first ever flavor with vegetable toppings. Daffy’s Decadent Dark Chocolate Orange features premium cocoa and orange topped with dark chocolate-orange covered cranberries. Tweety has his (I know — his!) own Lemon Cream Cookie, while Taz mucks around with a totally indulgent Devil’s Food Cake.

Naturally, Marvin the Martin’s Kosmic Fruit Kaboom Sorbet is the most insidious of the six, in that it buries enemy spinach beneath a sweet blend of pineapple, lime, banana and Pop Rocks and will probably try to conquer the planet. And the Road Runner’s Cactus Berry Tart combines real cactus pear with blackberries, blueberries and raspberries in a way the Coyote will never, ever be able to understand.


Just like their insanely popular Hello Kitty promotion, moreover, the new Looney Tunes flavors will also come with special character spoons for guests to collect, with the first (Bugs) coming out July 8 and the last (Taz) coming out September 2. How better to start and end your summer than with the very same characters you’ll spend the rest of your time with anyway?

In other news, did anyone else not realize they were called the “Looney Tunes” and not the “Looney Toons”? I clearly am not watching enough TV.