Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Snoopy

Prepare for take off.
Please store bags in the lower compartment.

Thanks, Alyshea!

14 comments:

Cheddar33 said...

Awesome name. Snoopy is also on a luggage bag. Priceless.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Snoopy will tend to the treat bags himself ...

janet2buns said...

"Bunway Airlines flight Alpha Binky X-Ray, you're cleared for take off.."

sallyneary said...

I am picturing little Snoopy gliding through his house. It is so cute.

bunny mummy said...

...wait...did I just hear a faint. "Let me out, Snoops!"?

Note: To all you lads out there; Bunspace has a "Me and My Daddy" photo contest.
Would love to see Cinnamon disapproving of her dad!

Fleetie said...

No stoopid volcanic ash-cloud is gonna stop Airbun Snoopy of Bunway Airlines from taking off! Nnnnnyyyeeeeeeeeooooowwwwwwww!

Snoopy will be up to Superbunic speeds real soon now...

*BOOM!* -- Bunic Boom

The above phenomenon occurs when an Airbun flies so fast that it overtakes its own disapproval, so that the disapproval gets compressed into a cone that trails the Airbun's nose. This manifests itself to stoopid hoomins on the ground as a sudden explosion of disapproval coming from above!

masterofboots said...

He looks like he will burrow into the luggage

janet2buns said...

OMgods Fleetie, you're hilarious! Your explanation of bunphysics is wonderful as usual.

The Fab Furs said...

Treats go in the lower compartment beneath the Snoopy model's nose.

allie1904 said...

That's my boy :)

SixBunnies said...

Allie1904: You have an amazing bunnie boy! Kiss his ears for me, if he'll let ya! He is perfect! Thanks for sharing him with us!

bunny mummy said...

He's gorgeous, allie1904!
Are his ears usually like this or is he in mid-lop?

janet2buns said...

"You have offended me for the last time! Here's your suitcase, stoopid hoomin! And don't slam the door!"

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

:-) what Fleetie said!!


... and for the next in line for takeoff after Snoopy: caution disapproval turbulence departing Bunways. Snoopy's eartip vortices are deadly.