- Resembling w:Elmer Fudd|Elmer Fudd in voice, squeaky and babyish.
#*2001, Janet Fisher, Music Horror Stories 1, ISBN 0970356374, page 60:
#:Then a truly unforgettable voice, a nasal baritone with an Elmer Fudd affectation said, "Come owt and pwa-ee-ay" (translated, come out and play).
#*2004, Carolyn Ellis, The Ethnographic I: A Methodological Novel about Autoethnography 2, ISBN 0759100519, page 221:
#:Penny smooshes her own face and speaks in an Elmer Fudd voice, then claps her hands and giggles.
#*2004, Anne Hemingway, The Color of Love 3, page 231:
#:Did the little woman break your poor little ole heart? He said. In an Elmer Fudd tone.