Tuesday, January 06, 2009

Hazel

Ah, white socks with black shoes. Casual day, is it?

Thanks, Murray!

13 comments:

PJ said...

Hazel, are you from Watership Down?

Juliebun said...

Awww I have a Hazel too. she's a big British Giant galumph, not like this delicate rex girlie. Lucky for her tan and white are always in fashion!

Murray said...

Hazel is most definitely taken from Watership Down; very good catch!

KPP said...

Hazel is most defintely tired of counting all of our fashion mistakes. One...two...hrair.

thumpyfuzz said...

Hazel will be hosting a "What Not to Wear" episode soon. Look out Stacy London and Clinton Kelly. Hazel will have your jobs!

maggie said...

We also have a Hazel and no matter how carefully I cordinate my outfits I am never as well dressed as the bunnies.
sigh...

PJ said...

Well, welcome Hazel!
I am defintiely a big-eared bun kinda girl, they just send me around the moon. Soooooo nommable.

Hrair? It's very difficult to make a pun in a foreign language but you did it KPP!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Lookee here Hazel. It is Tuesday, actually a dress -up day. It's just that I'm an engineer.

thumpyfuzz said...

Hee Hee! Rabbit's Guy. So is my husband (an engineer) and he has a similar fashion sense. Actually, since he started working from home he has developed the "Pants optional" dress standard. I am sure that Hazel would be shocked.

janet2buns said...

A bun with as finely tuned sensibilities as Hazel would definitely disapprove of pant-less engineers. Hoomins have altogether less fur than is decent as it is.

Caroline said...

OMG!!! I slept in today and totally wore white socks with black shoes!!! LMAO!

Fleetie said...

Now I understand! I guess it's not surprising that bunnies should regard hoomins as rather vulgar creatures, because we don't have nice decent fur coats!

"Imagine going round looking like that! Goodness me! I do not approve!"

We're all in big trouble and there's nothing we can do about it.

janet2buns said...

Yes Fleetie, I suspect that buns' disapproval stems from our shocking lack of fur and our appalling personal hygiene. We routinely neglect to wash our ears and face the requisite 10 times a day. No wonder we earn such disapproval