Tuesday, May 05, 2009

Cinnamon

A disapproval soufflé

Thanks, Sanni!

15 comments:

Fleetie said...

With a name like "Cinnamon", this bunny will strike fear into the hearts of Those Who Know.

I'm not going to take any risks.

Zen said...

A souffle can fall in upon itself causing pain to everything around it. You should always take precautions like not agitating the souffle during the disapproval precess and by adding a little bit of alfalfa before allowing the disapproval to come together.

Kathryn said...

"Most souffles collapse if you breathe too loudly near them." (Refer to #49) *...tiptoes gingerly past Cinnamon...*

janet2buns said...

Regular souffles may collapse, but I wonder if this bun may actually EXPLODE into a maelstrom of flying floof and disapproval....visiting grievous bodily harm onto hapless passersby.

Anonymous said...

According to Wikipedia, the word "souffle" is the past participle of the French verb "souffler", which means "to blow up"...

Be afraid. Be very afraid.

Anonymous said...

If that souffle were to collapse, it would create a disapproval singularity.

janet2buns said...

Fleetie, will you please elucidate on the disapproval singularity for us? *poises pen over paper and raises eyebrows ready to take notes*

Fleetie said...

Well, as one approaches a disapproval singularity, one is repeatedly torn into two. Bifurcated. It works as follows:

The parts of one that are closest to the disapproval singularity (DS) feel the disapproval more strongly, and feel an urge to run away from it more strongly than do those parts which are not so close. This disparity in the repulsive force exerted on the hoomin body causes a pull along the body, along the axis through the body pointing to/away-from the DS. When the body is sufficiently close to the DS, this pull can be strong enough to bifurcate the unfortunate hoomin. The two resultant parts then themselves experience this tidal pull, and soon themselves bifurcate, and so on. The phenomenon has been called "bunnification", which term is derived from the gravitationally analogous (but in reverse direction) phenomenon with black holes, called "spaghettification".

(I'll leave the obvious flaw the in the above logic for others to point out!)

Flaw notwithstanding, I still wouldn't want to get too close to this level of disapproval!

thumpyfuzz said...

Oh I would! Just to kiss the sweet little nose of course. I have lip prints on my monitor again:-)

PJ said...

My new Fleet Notes have been typed and filed. Still, I disapprove of bifurcation. Seriously, it hurts.

janet2buns said...

This concludes the first unit in BunPhysics 101. Despite Dr. Bunford's posted office hours, he will not be available. If you didn't understand it the first time, tough!

Rabbits' Guy said...

It looked frightening this morning and it still does tonight.

Rabbits' Guy said...

PS You readers should know that a bifurcated duct is an important part of a Boeing airplane!

Estrella said...

Haha, what a funny bunny, he looks like a cat

Sanni said...

Cinnamon is a she. She is only 3 months old and a furball. We will see what she will grow into when she is grown up. She might end up looking like a dog instead. ;) You will never know.
-Cinnamon's owner-