Monday, November 21, 2011

Sir Lancelot

Maybe today is the day I wake up
in a world without people.

Thanks, Amy!

9 comments:

Furbeast said...

Modern scholars of Authurian legend now agree Sir Lancelot du Lac's name was misinterpreted from medieval texts. His correct name is Sir Lancelot Dewlap.

In this illustration from "Idylls of the Bunn," he lies exhausted from his quest for the Holy Grail: an intelligent hoomin.

Paula said...

Beware L-Dew! His Dudeness may look harmless but actually, he is making the sign of the Buncross in order to ward off his annoying hoomin serfs...

anonymous said...

Furbeast, you are, of course, correct, all genuine scholarship being on your side. I did, however, want to mention an Anglo-Saxon folk etymology - Surly an' A Lot. These come up when simple beans put their heads together and try to figure out the origin or original sense behind words or names they no longer understand or never understood. Of course, better educated beans (those who sneak around and listen to their bunns) would immediately realize that, as a name, Sir Lancelot speaks for itself and is quite apropos here given its reference to a long time trouble maker.

zoeybunn said...

It is soooo hard jousting with Hoomins ....

Fleetie said...

This exhausted furry disapprover looks how I feel today.

What an awful day at work. Mondays are dreadful. I do not approve of them! Nope, no, sir!

Never mind, Sir Lancelot; hopefully tomorrow will be better!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... tomorrow will be better. Deeeeeep breath....

I'm still with Sir Lancelot and Furbeast. On the spot.

6Rabbits said...

But if there are no hoomins, who will do all the bun-chores?

janet2buns said...

Sir Lancelot is a LOVELY bunny! Look at that pearl-grey fur! Sir Lancelot's hoomins are lucky to have him.

Chin up, Fleetie! The Monday Blahs are powerless against Sir Lancelot's good looks.

SixBunnies said...

We made it through Monday! And, I got to see Sir Lancelot's beautiful furs again! :)