All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
"What am I doing? Oh, ...I just thought I would help sort the laundry for you."
Lol! I thought maybe Stu was helping to sort laundry, speaking of which, as I sort laundry, I often find neat little round holes that have been bun-snipped in my blankets, sheets, sweatshirts, jeans, etc. My LillieBun is the worst one for snipping. When she gets annoyed with me, she snips little holes in any available thing, just to show her disapproval.
Rabbit Stu? Oh dear...
Stu sweetie, your whites look a little gray.
We disapprove of dirty laundry!
Rabbit...Stu? Oh my goodness!! HAHA.I'd disapprove mightily of the name if I him! :P
A bunny with a blaze. Neato!
What a face! Hey, I heard those wire ramp doors can be dangerous, a bun can catch a leg and (EEKK) break it.....
What a cutie! I'm sure some of the girl bunnies out there will happily give him a tounge wash he'll never forget!
The first thing you should do when bringing a new bunny home is check for colourfastness. Dip an inconspicuous edge of the bun in water. If the colour runs, you know you cannot put him in the BunWashing Machine. It appears that no one checked Stu, as clearly he was grey at one time. He is a TongueWash Only bunny.
J2B! Oh my gosh, you're a comedy writer in Hollywood, I just know it!
PJ: I wish!!On the other hand, Fleetie is not only insanely comical, but is a leader in the field of BunPhysics.
*Awww, gosh thanks!* Well I did study physics for a while, so that has helped me to at least begin to make some progress in the (grassy?) field of BunPhysics.If I am lucky, I might one day get hired by Cinnamon to help her develop her "Remotely Aimed Bunny-Built Incineration Technology" (RABBIT) so that she can deploy DASER-guided disapproval with unprecedented accuracy and intensity.Of course, if so employed, I'd probably only get to sweep the floor, being a lowly hoomin, but I can dream....As for Stu here, what a cute picture! He certainly looks willing to "help" with the laundry! Just remember he's not part of it!
He's my bunny. My friend named him, and yes, it's Bunny Stu. He was jumping around the piles in a disapproving way. As if they were in his area. As for the cage, he usually clears it jumping in, never touching it.
Yah one of my buns has the same cage and she jumps in and out just fine, and she also loves jumping onto the top of the cage. She's a little nuts though.Stu is sooo cute!
He used to be able to jump on top of his old one. This one is too tall. He ponders it though, then gives me another disapproving look.
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