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Looney Tunes Stoners – I

Bugs Bunny Hangs Around

Those ain’t no ordinary carrots. And Bugs’ giggling friends with their hazy stares look like they’ve had a few sticks of something too. I saw this 1957 storybook in a junk store over the weekend and couldn’t help but think about the artist’s hidden subtext. Readers, what would be a better title for this story?

  • Scarabim

    **Those ain’t no ordinary carrots. And Bugs’ giggling friends with their hazy stares look like they’ve had a few sticks of something too.**

    Hmmm, could be…Bugs definitely has the munchies.

  • “What’s up Doobie?”

  • Dee

    I love cartoons and I smoke weed, so this is relevant to my interests!

  • Joe Jackson

    How about Bugs – Trippin’ Balls

  • Jorge Garrido

    Mary-Jane Melodies!

  • Fred Sparrman

    Heavy LID-ded.

  • Buzzed Bunny

    • Andy

      We have a winner!

  • John

    ‘The Cotton Mouth Hare’ or ‘The Ganja Bunny’

  • Robert Schaad

    Beaky Buzzard totally belongs in this tale. He had the look!

    Alternate title: “One Carrot over the line…”

  • The Gee

    a two fer for this:

    ” Hey! Hey! They’re the Munchies!”

    “WackyWeed Wabbit”

  • Dr. Ivo Robotnik

    “Bugs Bunny Hangs Around”

    …And nobody can get the fucker to leave.

  • Any Bongs Today?

  • Carl

    Then Bugs puts on “Dark Side of the Moon,” and sees floating carrots all around him.

  • top cat james

    “All This and a Rabbit Stewed” (1941, Avery)
    “Toasted Baked Hare” (1941, Avery)
    “High an’ Wanna Rabbit’s Blunt” (1941, Freleng)
    “The Wacky Tobaccy Wabbit” (1942, Clampett)
    “Bugs and Drugs” (1953, Freleng)
    “Sudden Fried Rabbit” (1953, Freleng)
    “Slow Buzz Bugs” (1957, Freleng)
    “Spliff fo’ Bugs (1962, Freleng)
    “Tranquilizer 6-5000” (1963, Jones)

  • Ryoku9somethin

    Ehh, Whats Up Doc? ‘Cuz I’m pretty high myself.

  • Willow Ufgood

    “What’s dis, a joint?” – Bugs Bunny, Cartoon All-Stars to the Rescue

  • Carl

    “Baked Bunny.”

  • zed

    Reefer Rabbit,Bambalacha Bunny,Buds Bunny

  • Anthony D.

    Hippie Hare, Tripped-Out Bunny, Bugs Bunny Trippin’ Balls All Over, Yanky Doobie Bugs, High Meets Hare, From Heroin To Hare, Doobie Tunes, Fresh Hare-oin

  • Bugs and Elmer go to White Castle

  • “Weefer Wabbit”, maybe?

  • “Hubbly Bubbly Hare”

    “Dust, Rabbit! Dust!”

    “Pocket Rocket Rabbit”

    “Spaced Out Bunny” <– actual cartoon

    "What's Bakin', Doc?"

  • JD

    Bugs Fully Loaded

  • dbenson

    “Spaced Jam”
    “Looney Tunes — Back in Rehab”

    I know, but all the good ones were taken.

  • Luke

    How about
    “Bugs and Jugs”
    “Tortoise beats the Haze”
    “Bong Bunny”

  • Steven M.

    How ’bout “Hazy Hare,” or maybe “Acid Trip Bunny.”

  • “Bugs & Elmer’s Excellent Adventure”

  • Daniel J. Drazen

    “Rabbit With A Habbit”

  • Mike T

    Did they have carrot-flavoured rolling papers back then?

  • Sardonic Tuba

    “The Cwonic”

  • Caresse

    Red Eyed Rabbit
    Wake & Bake & Eat Carrot Cake
    Bunny Burnout
    Bugs A-Blaze
    The Grass is Always Greener
    Hopping High
    Porky’s Pipe

    Alright that’s all I got. I love how the stem of the carrot branch looks like some fine bud.

  • RS

    Bugs Bunny’s Greatest Hit

  • Continuing an earlier comment…

    “Weefer Twouble” (Avery, 1941)
    “Hold the Line, Please” (Jones, 1942)
    “Bugs Bunny Gets the Blunt” (Clampett, 1942)
    “Fresh Hash” (Freleng, 1942)
    “Jack Wabbit and the Joint-Stalk” (Freleng, 1943)
    “Bugs Bunny and the Three Bongs” (Jones, 1944)
    “Buck-a-Hit Bugs” (Clampett, 1944)
    “Hare Chronic Tonic” (Jones, 1945)
    “Buck-a-hit Bunny” (Freleng, 1948)
    “So This is Life?” (Freleng, 1955)
    “A Star is Stoned” (Freleng, 1956)

    • top cat james

      Smokin’ additions, Mr. Komorowski!

      I believe Cwampett was director of your first title. ;)

  • Alberto

    “If carrots got you drunk rabbits would be fucked up.” -Mitch Hedberg

  • Jesse Pindus

    Drugs Bunny
    Pot! Rabbit! Pot!
    Blunt Bunny
    High Hare
    Weedy Wabbit

  • The Gee

    I’ll try to make this a long story shortened:
    This thread reminds me that years ago I did a one-panel gag cartoon based on something weird that I encountered around Eastertime.
    Anyhow, the character I created and the gag that resulted for the comic could also double as a potential title. I figure I may as well put it out there now before someone else comes up with it, too. All that said:

    “The Rasta Bunny”

  • James Cimarusti

    Hare meets Herr-oin
    Heroin Condtioned
    Goofball Bugs
    Ritalin Rabbit

    Bugs also likes to read “Victory Through Heroin Power”.

  • James Cimarusti

    The Changing of the Garden?