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Not Looney Tunes Show Daffy love by FurryLucarioReturns Not Looney Tunes Show Daffy love by FurryLucarioReturns
Look at the lazy, greedy fucker. He says about himself as the opposite. For example, he tells Porky that he's spirital, then he notices the sunglassses and says "Ooh, can I keep it" Then he wears it and claim is as his. He doesn't bother to get a J-O-B, and he says he doesn't need a job when he does. He relies and mooches on Bugs for no reason. Then Daffy didn't know much about Bugs back on the first episode. He is a lazy, selfish dork that he makes my older sister responsible and hardworking.
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VoltinaSnape Featured By Owner Sep 15, 2013
don't you like daffy, or just the NEW daffy?
FurryLucarioReturns Featured By Owner Sep 17, 2013
The new one.
VoltinaSnape Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
well, he have his funny moments :P you do not feel sorry for him in the episode where daffy remember that everyone bullying him at high school?
FurryLucarioReturns Featured By Owner Sep 21, 2013
Didnt seen that episode before.
VoltinaSnape Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2013
yeah, they call him daffy dork!! is an episode funny and sad at the same time :P…
fourwonsix Featured By Owner Jul 19, 2013
Kill DAFFY DORK!!!;) (Wink) ;) (Wink) ;) (Wink) Rage 
KuroSama2 Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
He does, honestly, and that's the cartoon-lover in me speaking.
AstheticAshley Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2013  Student Artist
I didn't think Daffy was as bad in the other cartoons, but in this series he's worse! He has friends but all he does is use them. pretty selfish.
mhm98 Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2012
I like him.
Might not have good morals, and i havent watched the new looney toones show, but i think he's funny.
Director1265 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2012
Yeah, I agree with you that Daffy in the new Looney Toones Show is "DITHPIKABUL" and not a very fun guy to hang out with in real life, but if you think about it from a different point of view, he's actually the best version of Daffy yet. This Daffy has the exact same personality of the '50s-'60s version, except it's been recalibrated for the modern world. In his original '30s-'40s personality, Daffy was an absolute maniac. Back then, he essentially had a very bad case of ADHD and virtually zero connection to reality, going around and causing all sorts of of havok for no reason. In fact, his name is derived from the word "Daft" or "Dafty," which means "Crazy."

Personally, I like the new Looney Toones show, because it takes a different turn by becoming a 30-minute situation comedy rather than a collection of sketches, and mostly because it shows how these characters, with their famous '50s and '60s personalities, would live, interact, and fare in the real modern world (mind you, with a few exceptions to the rules). It's well-animated, it's got decent comedy both kids and adults can enjoy, they get into very real situations, and overall it's just very fun and pleasant to watch. Very few cartoons today live up to these standards, although those standards are judged entirely on a person's opinion. However, I think the "Merry Melodies" songs they do in the middle of each episode are a real buzzkill, and I really wish that Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner somehow made a cameo in the actual show rather than staying seperate in their own sketches, which is what the show is trying NOT to do. (Not that it's a bad thing, but if a show is a sitcom, it should be purely sitcom).
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