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'Bugs Bunny No' Memes Are A New Voice Of Sassy Dissent

Looney Toons Memes are nothing new, and the latest iteration features the oft-memed Bugs Bunny. While we could use some fresh meat, we're just glad that Big Chungus has for the most part kicked the can. This meme is pretty similar to the Monopoly Man No, in that it's being used to describe times people deny you or vice versa. While some are predictable or niche, there's some gold to be found here. 

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13 Memes That Exemplify The Absolute WTF-ery Of Cartoon Logic

Okay, so cartoon characters aren't exactly known for their logical and rational behaviors, but it's still pretty damn funny to examine how WTF some of the details of beloved TV shows can be. Take Spongebob for example - on second thought, there are way too many details to name and you should just scroll down to see.

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DID YOU EVER... find bug bunny attractie when he'd put on a dress and play a girl bunny? (me neither... I was just asking.)

LeBron James might be starring in a new Space Jam?
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Deadspin reported July 22 that Warner Bros. Studios and LeBron James had established some sort of partnership to develop possible movies and TV shows.

SpringHill Entertainment, the company James co-founded with Maverick Carter, already produces television shows and web content, and James has expressed his desire to branch out into the entertainment world. (His largely praised role in Trainwreck is just a start.) "To be able to partner with Warner Bros. will allow me to do some things I've always dreamed of," James said in a statement.



To them, and everyone else, that seems like a pretty clear indicator of a sequel to Space Jam

You want more proof? Fine.

Deadspin also pointed out that Warner Bros. filed a new trademark for 'Space Jam' last month.



Coincidence?

Whew, we are just in an orgy of 1990s renaissance here and it sure feels sticky. Between Xena Warrior Princess, a little Netflix thing called Fuller House, and some show called X Files or something, the entertainment industry just really wants you to feel the dread of mortality by showing how much everyone has aged.

That doesn't really apply to the cartoons in Space Jam or a rebooting with LeBron James but...



Already dreading the 2000s nostalgia train that will leave the station in about five years or so.