Bugs Bunny Shooting a Gun
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Bugs Bunny Shooting a Gun refers to a two-panel object labeling template in which the Looney Tunes character Bugs Bunny is dressed as a person from the American west and casually shoots a pistol.
The scene comes from the 1959 episode of Looney Tunes "Wild and Woolly Hare."
On October 26th, 2018, Twitter user @TAHK0 tweeted a clip from the short and captioned the video, "me when i use dead eye targeting in red dead redemption." The post received more than 1,000 likes and 300 retweets (shown below).
me when i use dead eye targeting in red dead redemption pic.twitter.com/x4M2Lft2nt
— TAHK0 ☕️ (@TAHK0) October 27, 2018
On October 27th, 2018, Twitter user @poondonkusposted screenshots of the scene with the caption, "how it feels to mute someone on twitter after seeing exactly 1 of their posts," gaining over 11,000 retweets and 41,000 likes (shown below).
Over the following weeks, the images began being used in numerous ways. For example, a post on /r/memes about Red Dead Redemption 2 gained over 5,500 points (shown below, left). On November 24th, the format was posted as an object labeling meme to /r/me_irl by user x19DALTRON91x, gaining 4,500 points (shown below, right).
Other popular posts include a December 30th, 2018 tweet by @ejay18_ that gained over 30,000 retweets (shown below, left) and an Imgur post by ZacharyIsBadAtLife that gained over 1,900 points (shown below, right).
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