Wednesday, March 03, 2010

Fiona

Bunny buildup is a major
cause of heart disease.

Thanks, Alden!

22 comments:

todd gunther said...

I gotta show this to my cardiologist!

Fleetie said...

Me too. I was admitted with FAF in December, but the cardiologist never mentioned the possibility that it might instead be LAF (Lagomorphic Atrial Fibrillation) instead, brought on my excess exposure to Disapproving Rabbits!

Also apparently I have occasional Atrial Ectopic Heartbeats as well, which feel like a "THUMP" and a pause with NO heartbeat for a while.

Could the THUMP be a Disapproving Rabbit in there expressing Disapproval?!

What have I done? I have tried to be a respectful subject of Queen Cinnamon!

janet2buns said...

Fleetie: Sadly, it appears HRH Queen Cinnamon has decided to make an example of you. Is there a Debunninator device at your workplace in case you go into LAF? The parabunmedics may or may not decide to resuscitate you, pending Approval by the CinnyQueen. You may have to depend on stoopid hoomins.

BunMa said...

Geez, I hate to disagree, but I have found that, in fact, Bunny Buildup is the major cure for heart disease.

As proof, my house was burglarized last week and I lost, well, a lot. And instead of allowing me to dwell on the loss of so many of my pretty things, the three bunnies I serve remind me every night to thank the universe they came through it unscathed.

And, I'd be willing to be that lousy, low-life criminal was given a Sound Thumping!

Fleetie said...

Janet: Well if the worst did happen, I reckon a disapproving rabbit going *THUMP!* on my chest (from the outside!) might get things going again!

I don't think we have a debunninator at work!

I think maybe I need to grovel to Queen Cinnamon a bit harder!

Fleetie said...

BunMa:

Suck, doesn't it? That's how I learnt about home contents insurance - the HARD way, in October 1997.

Hope you're ok, and yes as you say, as long as your little furry friends are ok, that is something to comfort you.

I bet they disapproved of the nasty intruder big time.

calicomomcat said...

Well timed disapproval, Fiona!

The New York Times' Dining section has a first page article on rabbits...of the non-pet variety. The claim is that the meat is lean and healthy. HA! I wish those hoomins a virtual Fiona in every one of their nasty narrow aortas. HMMPH!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... bummer all around.

Knock on wood, but our buns are still letting us stay with them. Of course I have to be 'Johnny on the spot' with treat every morning, but that's ok. I just dread the day our alarm clock will malfunction :-(

janet2buns said...

BunMa: That is so unfortunate. The important thing though is that nobun was hurt. And calicomomcat, I'm sure that the writer of that terrible article has a heart two sizes too small, just like The Grinch.

BunMa said...

Sure it sucks, but after all it is just stuff.

What really scared me though is that the miserable scum left my back door wide open. My buns are not caged. I could have come home to find them all gone.

I don't know what miracle kept everyone in that afternoon, but I really can't be more grateful.

Perhaps Fleetie could do a new study? Disapproval in motion vs. Disapproval at rest?

Tom said...

I think we're gonna need a bigger stent!

Boopalina luv said...

Bunma,sorry about what happened and yes very much indeed what a blessing that the lazy low life bum who robbed you did not hurt the bunnies and thank god they didnt get out OR that anything got in!!!
LOL@Fleetie your comment cracked me up! I'd get a second opinion i think you were mis-diagnosed with FAF and not LAF

Fleetie said...

BunMa : Well it seems that you have clever bunnies, and they know that they need to stay close to their hoomin servants.

Perhaps they know that despite the fact that their hoomins are their servants, the hoomins need them too!

I DISAPPROVE of those nasty burglars, and I DISAPPROVE of the people involved in that magazine article that CalicoMomCat mentioned.

bunnits said...

Disapproval that goes right to the heart.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... all this time I thought it was just indigestion ;-)

janet2buns said...

@Tom: "That's some bad bun, Harry."

Rabbits' Guy said...

It starts with this itchy-scratchy feeling ....

Garret said...

Hooper, he starts hoppin you let go of that treat! I've seen fingers torn out at the knuckle.

Fleetie said...

ANYWAY - Returning to Fiona, it really does look as though she disapproves of us good and proper!

She is making me worried!

Stacy Hurt said...

i'm so behind!

Bunma! How horrid! I hope that nasty little piece of work that left your door open gets what's coming to him SOON! (we know he will eventually but we'd like to think right after he left your place he was immedately struck by a bus; broke everybone in his body and will walk with a decided limp for the rest of his natural born days!

I must say; I found out recently that my HDL (Have Disapproval Lepus) and my LDL (Lucky Disapproval Lepus) limits are too high. This is in direct support that I currently have no bunns but only cats. *sigh* I KNOW I must remedy this situation soon!

janet2buns said...

@Stacy: Are we to infer that you are thinking of becoming a bunny's indentured servant???

iellalein said...

I looove the caption, but my first thought was "Bun From HELL" :-)