Yes/No: Are these Looney Tunes catchphrases?

Show you can speak the language of the wascawwy wabbit and friends.

Do you watch Looney Tunes on loop? If you've watched and rewatched these classic cartoons, we're gonna guess you're pretty fluent in Looney Tunes catchphrases. That makes you the perfect candidate for this quiz!

Channel Tweety, Bugs, Porky and all your favorite Looney Tunes and try to tell the difference between Looney Tunes catchphrases and commonly uttered words by other cartoons. Good luck!

  1. "Th-th-th-that’s all, folks!"
  2. "Zoinks!"
  3. “Sufferin’ Succotash!”
  4. “You rackin’ frackin’ varmint!”
  5. "Ay, caramba!"
  6. "Gee, ain't I a stinker?"
  7. "Good grief."
  8. "And now, here’s something we hope you really like!"
  9. “What a maroon!”
  10. "That’s all I can stands, I can’t stands no more."
  11. "Heavens to Murgatroyd!”
  12. “He don’t know me very well, do he?”
Yes/No: Are these Looney Tunes catchphrases?

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MissTheOldDays 7 days ago
You got 10 out of 12
Th-th-th-that's proving you're a Looney Tunes pro!
Cynthia 7 days ago
"He don't know me very well, do he?" was used by several Loony Tunes characters, including Tweety.
Barry22 8 days ago
12/12, anything lower would make me "dethescable".
WILD 9 days ago
You got 12 out of 12
Th-th-th-that's proving you're a Looney Tunes pro! 5his one was a real breeze.
JeffTanner 9 days ago
Well, ''Good grief'' is also one of Sylvester's the cat's catchphrases on Looney Toons.
No, "Good Grief!" is Charlie Brown's catchphrase.
cperrynaples 9 days ago
12/12! 3 was also said by Daffy Duck! BTW, anyone see the infamous cursing Porky cartoon?
12/12. No, Daffy didn't say "Sufferin' succotash!" His catchphrase is "You're despicable!" Yes, I have seen that "infamous" Porky cartoon.
Daffy actually did say Sufferin Succotash but it became Sylvester’s catchphrase later. Daffy was more commonly known to say “You’re despicable.” Both had a speech impediment.
jamiahsh jamiahsh 9 days ago
But both Looney catchphrases, nonetheless
okay, I'm a stupid idiot! I admit it. Nobody's perfect.
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