a cartoon rabbit that is cooler than mickey mouse, cuz he has a political opinion, and makes fun of others.
by jehosavat August 14, 2003
one of the greatest American creations ever. Bugs has opinions and always makes fun of people. His most famous line is Eh... What up Doc? Bugs has an NYC accent, which makes the way he talks funnier
Eh... What Up Doc?
I knew I shoulda taken that left toin at Albukoikee.
Of course you realize, this means war!
Ain't I a stinker!
What a maroon!
(all Bugs Bunny catch phrases)
by xtremlylucky December 29, 2011
Seriously hot when dressed as a chick
Did you ever find Bugs Bunny hot when he put on a dress and played girl bunny?
by The Winston Ranger January 31, 2006
The figuration obtained during the sexual positioning of pinning a girls legs straight up behind her ears so the upward arc of her legs adjacent to her head mimic the silhouette of bunny ears.
"Yo, I hit dat hard and had her legs like this. She was like all bugs bunny." (simultaneously present the visual by raising your arms to your head to represent bunny ears).
by The Nev January 9, 2009
has buck teeth the size of a whale also a vagina the size of a whale he lives in a fat laddie and looks like bugs bunny. and he dates grades 7s beacuse hes a pedo.
bugs bunny is kaden pye
by dumbo69 March 7, 2017
Bugs is deserving of a Companion devoted solely to his exploits. Though he was not the studio’s first major star, he certainly was the character who, in the 1940s, made Warner Brothers the number one studio in short-subject animation, at least in terms of popularity. Bugs regularly won popularity polls throughout the 40s, 50s and 60s.

As discussed in the entry for Creation and Development, the question of who created Bugs is very complex. There are a number of contenders for the title of “Creator” of Bugs, including the directors J. B. “Bugs” Hardaway (after whom the character was named), Charles M. Jones, (Bugs is first identified by name onscreen in a Jones short, 1941’s Elmer’s Pet Rabbit) and Robert Clampett. The author follows the school of the thought that it was director Tex Avery in A Wild Hare (1940) who first put together the elements of design, movement, and characterization to form the rabbit we all know.

In spite of the many classic cartoons starring Bugs, he received very few Oscar nominations, and was eventually awarded only one. The nominated cartoons are A Wild Hare (Avery, 1940), Hiawatha’s Rabbit Hunt (Freleng, 1941), and Knighty Knight Bugs (Freleng, 1958). Only the last of these actually won.

The author recommends Joe Adamson’s Bugs Bunny: Fifty Years and Only One Grey Hare, an in-depth study of the character and his films. The book provides much fascinating information on the character, in far greater detail than is within the scope of this document. (The author does invite the reader to examine relevant entries, such as Cross-dressing.)
"Wow, where did this guy rip off all that info of Bugs Bunny from?"
by ih8uplzdie November 5, 2004
Confusing your opponent in a verbal back and forth, like the Rabbit Season, Duck Season arguments, just to get the satisfaction of being right.
You: "We were supposed to be there at 7."
Them: "No, it was 8."
You: "7"
Them: "8"
You: "8"
Them: "7. Wait, what? Man, you totally Bugs Bunnied me."
by farby June 27, 2007