->''"First, I was born, which goes without saying; but, even in the hospital the day I arrived, I knew I was different from the other kids. I couldn't figure out why at first; then suddenly it came to me--I was a rabbit in a human world!"''
-->--Bugs, telling his life story in "Whats Up, Doc?"

->''"What's Bugs Bunny's personality? I'll list the traits I can think of. His most general trait is that [[ScrewySquirrel he's a heckler]]. He also is a magician - he can drag his hole around, drop in it and then appear behind the antagonist. Then - he is a specific kind of heckler - mostly calm and cool when in control of the situation - [[NotSoAboveItAll but when he sometimes is not in control]], he becomes really irritable and his pride is sorely wounded which just makes him lose even more control. [[NoFourthWall He is aware that he's the star of the show]] and confides with the audience about the situation. [[LargeHam A ham performer.]] (Even when he loses!) [[DeadpanSnarker He's sarcastic]]. This is a pretty well rounded character for the times - when you consider that most Disney characters had one trait only - a really general one, with no specific quirks: [[WesternAnimation/DonaldDuck Donald]] is [[JerkAss an Asshole]], [[WesternAnimation/{{Goofy}} Goofy's]] [[TheDitz a retard]], [[Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarfs Happy]] is - [[MeaningfulName guess...]]! Sneezy is...and then Hell, their biggest star, [[WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse Mickey]], [[FlatCharacter doesn't even have one trait]]! Bugs and his Warner Bros. cohorts were a revolution in cartoon personalities and are still leagues ahead of any other cartoon characters in terms of mere richness of personality alone."''
-->--Creator/JohnKricfalusi using Bugs Bunny [[http://johnkstuff.blogspot.com/2006/05/when-cartoons-evolved-2-bugs-bunny.html as an example]] of a three-dimensional personality in one of [[Blog/JohnKStuff his blog posts.]]