All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
... and that's about right.
Ah...the bun days of summer.
Molly should change her name to Monday and this would be perfect.
After tasting a small bite of Monday, Quality Assurance Officer Molly deems the current crop of days unacceptable and demands the delivery of a fresher, all organic week.
Awww.....Aside from giving us all the razzberry - Molly looks like a sweet little Bun!
"I've never seen such *&&#!#! plating! Wood shavings should never be used as a garnish! The broccoli coulis is grainy, the carrots are overcooked and look like *#$!! How can you even put the *&$! in front of me! Take off your apron! YOU are leaving Bun's Kitchen!!"
I've had it with Monday and rabbits. Going back to bed ....
Oh Molly....I bet you have the cutest, softest white tum!
Not enjoying summer camp? Oh, we are back in school now.
Rabbits aren't very agreeable on a good weekday, and Mondays are downright frightening for hoomins ... I sure do hope Molly Monday gets enough carrots and parsley to take the edge on that bad rabbitude!
6B: A fellow rabbiteer and I from time to time reflect on how we are going to make up with a bunn for some egregious behaviour on our part. We invariably look at each other simultaneously and say, "There just isn't that much parsley in the world."
Molly is a pretty bun girl with her pointed head and slender ears!Who would think somuch disapproval could emanate from such a beautiful furry form?
@anonymous: So sad, so true..... *sigh*
@anon: you are right!and Fleetie, you are right!
Fleetie, WHO? Well, almost everybody. You are starting to worry some of us (me). We all need your wonderful comments, SO step away from the bunny. RG, this is much worse than SUTTR. He's in real danger. J2B and 6B, it is really a little like "rock, paper, scissors." We have a few varieties - "There just aren't that many carrots." - but somehow we are always looking at each other and saying the same thing. I am really sorry to hear this has been your experience, too. I'll try not to bring up this distressing stuff again.
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