All disapproval, all the time.
We'd normally wait until tomorrow morning to post these, but they simply couldn't wait.
Disapproved of by
Death by Cute,
I bow to the Japanese. Also: squee!
They must have rocks in their socks!
Ok so this the To-go cup at one of those Japanese Rabbit Cafes?
Death by cute!
OH MY GOD teh cute! With their little wiggly noses!"Would you like carrot sticks with that?"
portable cuteness, by the cup!
And so all the coffee and tea shops closed. And the world was a kinder, gentler place full of decaffeinated people mesmerized by their cups of bun.
I can't believe they don't hop out! It must be like being swaddled.
dude! it's like they're sending some sort of Morse code! if the world ends tomorrow because the sun has espoloded we'll KNOW who did it! P.S. Where can I sign up to run a franchise... :Cup O Bun: *from Fab Furs*
That is seriously cute! I just LOLed several times here in the office, at their twitchy noses going up and down and up and down, as they think serious and profound bunny thoughts to themselves.I'd love two of those here with me now. I'd never get any work done, but hey.... The cuteness would compensate!
That's exactly what I called my posting too LOL :)http://pinkvelvetbird.blogspot.com/2010/10/2-rabbits-2-cups.htmlgreat buns think a like!
... oh so not fair! They are way too cute :-)
I just had to watch this again, to get my morning fix of twitcheh-nosed bunneh cuteness!
Love all the comments! I laughed even harder reading them! Personally, i think that the nose twitch is part of bun-hypnosis. It's how they control our minds. Look at the nose,See nothing but the nose.....
Thumpyfuzz is right. Even as babies, bunnies are experts on hoomin hypnosis. It's no even difficult for them; these cuties are perfectly relaxed as they put us under their cute control.
waaaah! The noses are like bunny dualing banjos!
The cup bunnies demonstrate the ancient art of bun-nose-sis, the animal magnetism that enslaves their designated hoomins to the overlord's will.
Awwww.. that's quite the unicorn chaser on a cold winter day. Thank you.
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