Monday, February 28, 2011

Keating

High tea, low expectations.

Thanks, Liveoak!

21 comments:

Fleetie said...

Well, at least the pottery "chickens" (if that's what they're meant to be) are better, more intelligent company than stoopid hoomins....

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... yeah, they probably don't stutter either!

Congrats Fleetie!!!!

d. moll, l.ac. said...

Keating!! He is very disapproving, his human is often reduced to a puddle.

mum of critters said...

KEATING!!! We WUV you though we know you disapprove even of that!

Paula said...

It's difficult to discern disapproval on Keating's face with the naked eye, he's soooo sweet, but his disdain for these chicks, well, one of them didn't even make it into the shot. The camera does not lie. RIP Chickie.

bunny mummy said...

That is quite the disapproving little eyebrow!

Richard the Big Bunny said...

Very sassy indeed!

Amy said...

Is that one of his cute little bunny-nuts I spy?

Paula said...

Why, yes it is! I think it's the funniest thing about the photo and was wondering if anyone else would spy his bunny bits.

= : )

SixBunnies said...

OmyOmyOmy! Bunny-Nuts! That's the funniest thing I've heard and seen this year! Keating will disapprove of us discussing it in public, unless this was his "Play Bun" portfolio picture ... Then I suppose all publicity is good publicity... @Paula: He's just amazing, very unique!

mum of critters said...

i is so confoosed cuz i thought you got his bits removed ;-p

anonymous said...

Another tragic reminder of being betrayed by bunnies. I foster birds and started fostering bunnies because I disperately needed something soft and fluffy that didn't eat birds. It turns out that bunnies are very territorial and don't like to share their hay. I love them anyway.

anonymous said...

Sorry, I apologize to the youth of America soon to be without teachers and needing all the good examples it can get - the correct spelling is "desperately." And, don't give up hope. Our Bunny Overlords may still come to your rescue.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

@anonymous ... my mind often goes (paraphrasing) "Help us, Obi-Wan Cinny. You're our only hope. "

Fleetie said...

Hey, Pancake Day is coming soon!

I hope Queen Cinnamon gets lots and lots of yummy pancake!

SixBunnies said...

anonymous: bunnies don't share ... you are correct, but they love to snuggle if you get down on their level and don't try to pick them up! :)

Paula said...

@SixBunnies, thanks,I'm glad you see the humor in it, I thought it was hysterical. Playbun indeed!

@moc, I wanted to take my time finding the right vet to do eet. Plus they're just so darn cute!

@anonymous: nobunnies perfect!

anonymous said...

I'm sorry I didn't put more stress on the REMINDER part of "tragic reminder." We have a great rescue group here, and they helped me alot. My shock at my bunnies not sharing hay with the birds took place a long time ago. Between the fostering group and the bunnies, I got straitened out pretty quickly. But thanks Six Buns. It's always nice to have it spelled out again - very necessary for mere humans. And Paula, my little bunny family is gathered around to make sure I explain to you that all bunnies are perfect, and anyway, like the book says - "Every bunny deserves to be loved for the bunny it is."

altadenahiker said...

I believe it was Emily Post who said, if you disapprove of the meal, say nothing. Instead, up-end your place setting and lay on the table.

Paula said...

We subscribe to that view at our house, I can't say what would be appropriate elsewhere.

Pasadena Adjacent said...

Thats what I said to my shrink when she asked how Mr V and I had stayed together all these years

"low expectations"