Uh Walter, humperdink, GVBlack, and xlogan123 are all wrong. Unless we’re talking about a song (like “hey did you hear the new single?”), ‘single’ is an adjective. ‘Single’ used in the post IS an adjective. Jeebus.
1 an individual person or thing rather than part of a pair or a group.
• a short record with one song on each side.
• ( singles) people who are unmarried or not involved in a stable sexual relationship : [as adj. ] a singles bar.
• Brit. a one-way ticket.
• a bedroom, esp. in a hotel, that is suitable for one person.
• a single measure of liquor.
• informal a one-dollar bill.
2 Baseball a hit that allows the batter to reach first base safely.
3 ( singles) (esp. in tennis and badminton) a game or competition for individual players, not pairs or teams.
Samwise is right, ‘single’ when referring to someone’s relationship status is not a noun it’s an adjective, therefore the definition is wrong. It should be ‘bachelor’ or ‘celibate’… Yes ‘celibate’.
It can be both.
So fuck off.
I watched Looney Tunes when I was young (I didn’t really have any other choice. Long, irrelevant story.) and I hated them and thought they were stupid/boring, thus I don’t remember many specifics, which includes the word “maroon” being used. However, I do remember that I hated Bugs Bunny worst of all in any of the shows. I hated how cocky and smug he was and I constantly wished Elmer Fudd would one day succeed in murdering him.
I’ve always preferred the characters others didn’t (Daffy Duck, Wile E. Coyote, the cat that is sexually harassed by Pepe, Sylvester, etc.), but there was a special place of hatred reserved for Bugs Bunny.
Soup beat me to it at 36. Of course, I was gonna tell him the episode name, so at least this saves him some time.
And people can begin sparing us their splitting hairs over the noun vs. adjective nonsense anytime now. The chick screwed up, got called out on it, fair and square. You can hold the utmost respect for women and still LYFAO at this. Easily-offended women are allowed to do the same, just let it happen—you’ll feel much better.