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Looney Tunes Title Puns and Gags
Thematic 10Q Difficult
"Many Looney Tunes titles are puns or gags based on cultural references less familiar today than when the cartoons were made over 50 years ago. See if you get the reference; if not, I'll educate you. You don't need to have seen the cartoons to play."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The title "Weasel Stop" is a pun on a term that involved in what kind of real-world activity?
Using a typewriter
Playing a record
"Muzzle Tough" is a pun on a Yiddish term. The original Yiddish term means:
"Fox Pop" is a pun on what?
A soft drink
A novelty song
A film title
A Latin term
The following cartoon titles are themselves all puns on titles of literary works. Figure out the puns, then decide which work is the odd one out.
Of Rice and Hen
A Streetcat Named Sylvester
Apes of Wrath
"Easter Yeggs" is obviously a pun on Easter eggs, but what is a "yegg"?
A vaudeville stooge or straightman
An egghead, or in today's terms, a geek
What we'd call a weirdo today
A slang term for burglar or safecracker
"Bunny Hugged." A "bunny hug" is something you'd see in what kind of real-world activity?
A wrestling match
A parlor game
"Banty-Raids" is a pun on "panty-raids." Who would be most likely to engage in a "panty-raid"?
A college student
"Person to Bunny" could also be pun on a kind of telephone connection, but in this case it refers to a TV show hosted by which famous newsman?
Edward R. Murrow
John Cameron Swayze
"Greetings Bait" is a pun on what?
Prison convict slang
World War II military bombers' call
Catch phrase of radio personality
Punchline of a familiar serviceman's joke
If your child asked about a cartoon title, which of these would require the most delicate explanation?
Deduce You Say
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