Saturday, April 24, 2010

Bean Bunny

The remote, your keys, that Frito... all mine!

Thanks, Allyson!

18 comments:

Fleetie said...

Bean Bunny seems to be a gorgeous Rex bunny, like Cinnamon.

I've love to stroke and snorgle that gorgeous velvety fur, though I doubt Bean Bunny would approve.

But I have no idea what a "Frito" is!

Jan said...

Fleetie - Fritos are corn chips [I was wondering if there was one hidden in this picture . . .]

Bean Bunny - with a coat as beautiful as yours you can disapprove of anything you want!

DB said...

You Don't need to know what a Frito is hoomin, all you need to know is that it belongs to BEAN! THUMP!

Fleetie said...

"I'd love...", even. Stoopid hoomin!

Thanks, Jan!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I hope I didn't lose my Visa card under there ...

Fleetie - maybe google the Frito Bandito ... he was a cute advertising character for Fritos awhile back. Fritos are notorious for falling under couch cushions.

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janet2buns said...

Fritos are also an iconic junk food that have no place in an already overweight hoomin's diet. It is common knowledge among bunnies that hoomins are fat and lazy. No wonder Bean doesn't want us to have any! We should run around doing strenuous bunny chores to slim down.

Ellen said...

My bunny's name is Queen and I basically stole her from my daughter. Her name has morphed into Miss Bean, or sometimes, just Bean. I tell her that she is a bean bunny often!

Boopalina luv said...

Seems fair.....

bunnits said...

Lost a few remote buttons to bun munchings, myself.

Bean Bunny is so pretty. Looks like my lovely Periwinkle that we lost earlier this year at age nine. I miss him so.

SixBunnies said...

Bunnies are great hoarders. I keep buying more toys because they disappear ... then I find all 9000 toys in somebunny's hidey box! I can't imagine it's comfortable inside the hidey box with all that stuff ... They even put their salad bowls in their hidey boxes ... I thought making the entrances to the boxes higher up on the boxes, so bunz have to make a hop to get in and out might stop the stuff from getting inside ... nope... somehow they throw stuff (heavy stuff!) over the threshold...

Fleetie said...

Janet: You're right. Queen Bean knows that fat lazy hoomins are best kept gainfully employed doing bunny chores. Changing hay, bringing new water, making bunny areas plush and luxurious, fetching and carrying, making pancakes; the list goes on.

Of course, hoomins have no sense of bun shui, so they can't be relied upon to arrange everything just so. Only bunnies know how things should be; hoomins are just beasts of burden really.

Now where are Queen Bean's nutriberries? "HOOMIN!"

janet2buns said...

@Sixbunnies: As Fleetie pointed out, hoomins have no sense of bun shui. Probably all 9000 toys are supposed to be in the hidey boxes, and you are just messing it up. Your bunnies, patient as they are, keep trying to correct your errors. Your clever bunnies must be bun shui masters.

boredtodeathperson said...

Allyson i loved it i love ur bunny so much!!!
to bad u can'tm bring her to fencing ^-^

bean bunny: u are cute and loveable
u can disaprove of anything u want:)

SixBunnies said...

Janet: You are so right! I'll just leave the toys in there. One other thing I've learned from studying the "way of the bunneh" is that once hay has been hopped on ... it will never be eaten. Bunnies do not eat hopped on hay!

haley said...

If only the rabbits could have access under the couch cushions. Then the could retrive the lost items for me. Dad seems to hide a lot of candy wrappers under there.

Sometimes I send the bunnies behind the furniture to clear out any cobwebs. Works great.

Kat said...

Haley, in other words you create your own dust bunnies? LOL

janet2buns said...

@Six Bunnies: Eat hopped on hay? Never! HRH Queen Phoebe and Prince Consort Drizzle have a huge bale of hay in their room. Once the OUTSIDE of the hay bale has been nibbled and the TOP of the bale has been hopped on, it renders the whole bale inedible. And they never even pee or poop on it, either!! Fortunately, it takes several weeks for all the best bits to be nibbled off the outside and the top to be thoroughly hopped on. Then it's off to composting for the whole bale and a new bale must be installed. Hafta keep the bunny indentured servants on their toes!