Looney Tunes Characters With Mental Disorders - 1
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Looney Tunes Characters With Mental Disorders
Looney Tunes Characters With Mental Disorders
1. Looney Tunes Characters With Mental Disorders
As children, everyone loves watching cartoons, and it never fails to make us laugh, watching the goofy behaviours of the characters. Till the 90s, before the new Cartoon Network came into being, one of the favourite shows of children was The Looney Tunes Show by Warner Bros. The most favourite characters, i.e. Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Sylvester, Wile E. Coyote, Pep Le Pew, etc. all justify the name of the show. In fact, if we take a serious look at the characters, most of them will be diagnosed with pathological conditions.
2. Bugs Bunny
The toothy, grey, carrot munching rabbit is one of the most popular characters. While his antics are funny, he has something disturbing. He shows rapid mood swings, and acts on impulses. He asks questions incessantly. It is likely that he has Borderline Personality Disorder. That s not all. He s vengeful, and maintains extreme calmness while performing acts of extreme cruelty. He is hugely manipulative, applying Reverse Psychology ever so often. He adopts disguises, especially of women to distract Elmer, all as part of his con. These traits are suggestive of Antisocial Personality Disorder.
3. Sylvester
Though Sylvester is generally seen as the cunning cat who terrorizes the innocent Tweety bird, if it mostly Sylvester himself who has to suffer. He is subjected to many painful events, and yet, he is unable to break free from this dysfunctional relationship. He is so dependent on this toxic relationship that he tries to hurt, and gets hurt, and the vicious cycle continues. Yet, he doesn t let go. Besides his Co dependency traits, he probably also has Bulimia, possibly rooting from this relationship. Bulimia explains his inflated body, and obsessive eating and regurgitating of Tweety.
4. Wile E Coyote
Wile E. is obviously intelligent, what with the elaborate plans and schemes that he hatches to capture the Road Runner. But the amount of time and energy he puts into his coveted prey, repeatedly, despite his failures, shows how much of a fanatic he is in this regard. These traits are manifestations of his possible Obsessive Compulsive Disorder. He could also be suffering from Anorexia Nervosa, evident from his skinny physique, and his elaborate method to prepare or capture his food. His obsession is with the Road Runner, while ignoring food from a ready source.
5. Pep Le Pew
Pep Le Pew is a self absorbed, romantic skunk who falls hopelessly for the Penelope the cat. Pep is obsessed with having an intimate relationship with the poor cat, trapping her in his arms every now and then, and having fantasies of love, all indicative of Hypersexuality, or to be more specific in case of Pep , Satyriasis, with obvious obsession with being a man. His Narcissistic Personality Disorder is quite apparent, too, what with his obvious pride, and even fakes his death to manipulate Panelope. He has no regard for her consent, and probably can t imagine that she might not be interested.



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