Saturday, February 20, 2010

Keely

First I'll get her side of the story,
then I'll beat the other side out of you.

Thanks, Alyssa!

12 comments:

lipstickandsin said...

it's "The Punisher" re-enacted by bunnies!!

mum of critters said...

I don't know...Keely looks part Dutchie and you don't mess with the Dutchies!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Keely knew my Dad!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... yep.

Boopalina luv said...

ADORABLE! JUST ADORABLE!!

janet2buns said...

The little lop came running to Keely to tattle on us. She told him something about us withholding carrotinis from her. I'm afraid he's going to thump us....

Applecart T. said...

sorry to spam here, but i can't (silly rabbit) find a direct way that works) …

is this rabbit for real? is s/he o.k.?

http://tv.yahoo.com/daytime/video/the-early-show-regis-kelly-ellen/17861288/

lipstickandsin said...

@applecart: yes he is real, his name is Ralph and he's a Continental Giant who lives in the UK.

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=6223136n

what do you mean is he ok?

MontyHall said...

Uh-oh, that lop is working Keely again! We'd best lie low forra while...

janet2buns said...

I've seen the effects of e. cuniculi sorta twist a bun's face/lip a little like Ralph's. This is a little understood disease caused by a parasite. Its effects can appear in many ways. Some buns can lead happy full lives with it even when its effects are much more drastic. Ralph looks like he is being very well cared for. Then again, I'm just guessing that e. cuniculi is what's causing Ralph's sneer. It could be he's sneering because we're stoopid hoomins and he's puzzled over how best to punish us...

lipstickandsin said...

@j2b: different bunny- the bunny on the post is Keely, and Applecart posted a question about a really BIG bunny who was the news the other day named Ralph. Check out the link I posted he's super cute :)

janet2buns said...

@las: Silly me!! I wasn't paying attention! Thanks for straighening that out. Nevertheless, I have seen e. cuniculi squinch a bunny's face up a little like Keely's. Upon further inspection, I realize that Keely is chewing a piece of hay. He's chewing on either hay, a toothpick, or maybe a cigarette butt, like some old time movie detectives used to do. "Play it, Sam! You played it for her, you can play it for me."