All disapproval, all the time.
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Well - at least we can say Bailey lives a full life! Just about every thing there a bunny needs.
It's super-cute Bailey-Bunny again! Looking, it does have to be said, a little worse for wear here, but still adorable.
"You pick out your credit cards and check into the night;A dozen Carrotinis and you're feeling all right ..."
Come on folks ... at least Bailey is not one of those "commode-hugging" drunk bunnies ....
oh poor bailey you looked pooped! i was the same was myself, how come my bun never relaxes like this?
Bailey stopping drinking one Carrotini too late....now he's having trouble finding his car keys. Bailey! Don't you know you shouldn't drink and hop! "So you hop to the disco, out of your depth, jaded bunnylooYour lucky charms are tarnished and you don't know what to do..."
Janet, I used to be WELL into that band; they were my favourite.That particular song ALWAYS reminds me of my uni finals. It was summer '92, and always very hot and sunny at that time, and I'd get up at 5AM to cram for the exams. While I was getting up, dressed, etc., I'd put that song on the turntable; it was the B-side of the 12" single of "Kayleigh". I still have it.
Oooooh, "turntable"! Fleetie, you're dating yourself! You'll have to draw a diagram and provide a lengthy explanation to the kiddies out there. Of course, I'm even older than that. I was the first one in my university residence to hear that John Lennon had been shot. I ran up and down the halls telling people to turn on their radios. *this is where the kiddies say "Who's John Lennon?"*
Janet: Ha, I'm a bit of a hi-fi person. My turntable now (not then!) is like about £1000 or thereabouts. Even the cartridge is £220 and you can't replace the stylus on it when it wears out. Or if you break it - as I did with its 2 predecessors. I am much more careful now. But I am still a stoopid hoomin.
I heard that vinyl is making a comeback. Is that true? Could it be that people are getting tired of poor quality pirated digital versions of songs and are going back to music's roots? Would people who are used to carrying around 10,000 songs on their MP3 players have patience for records? Have I used enough question marks yet?
I've heard the same, but I'm not really in much of a position to say.I still have my 400-ish albums and 12" singles that I accumulated when I was younger, but they mostly lie unused these days, in cupboards, save for a few favourites, that still deldom get played.When I do play stuff on my hi-fi these days, it does tend to be from the iPod, because I can put a load of stuff on that (and have, mostly from my CDs, encoded as lossless or at 320 kbits which is nearly as good), and it's easier.A year ago I did buty shrinkwrapped new copies of Kraftwerk's "Radioactivity" (already had a copy on vinyl anyway but a new one seemed like a good idea at the time since it was on sale), and "Trans-Europe Express", which I didn't previously have, but now, a year later, both remain shrink-wrapped and unplayed.- "We are showroom bunnies"
... WOW! I was just going to say the buneh had post holiday blues, but now I'm on wiki trying to find that album. Wonder if playlist.com has it. Go figure ;-) As long as bucks fizz doesn't get a mention ...
... oh wait, playlist.com has it. Ehm, well, if you put that way... :-)
why do bunnies insist on squishing between teir bowls like that?? mine do too!
I hear ya little buddy, I hear ya...
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