Thursday, May 31, 2012

Liam



Thanks, Julie!

15 comments:

Rabbits' Guy said...

I wonder who has to go in there to clean today?

Courtney said...

You shall not pass.

speedyrabbit said...

I am the holder of the secret club box you shall not pass!

Kat said...

Dutchies need no comment, they're scary enough on their own. :)

Fleetie said...

Liam Dutchie is definitely the King Of His Castle, and no hoomin is coming in! He'll raise his drawbridge, and arrows of searing disapproval will assault all would-be hoomin invaders.

The only time the drawbridge will be lowered will be when the hoomin slaves bear food and treats!

brandi b said...

It must have been that Dutchies were the very first breed to disapprove of all that needs to be disapproved of, especially humans. Those who have done it best must have done it first, neh?
Liam is definately not a guinea pig, Anonymous. Let your heart doubt no more whether you are being disapproved of or mocked by a wheek-wheeking practical piggy joker.

brandi b said...

Oh and is that THE perfect bunny loaf pose? Someone paint this lovely disapprover and capture perfection forever on canvas.

anonymous said...

Brandi b, Brandi b, Liam is giving the look that says I'm the gp this time, and I, I don't think I like it. Is this some kind of experiment? Have I failed?

mr crackers said...

Bunderwear!

anonymous said...

BB,I am afraid we will never know where the first disapproval came from. Clearly the bunnies took the idea and ran with it, but if we are to assume that whoever does it first does it best, what would we have editors for? Anyway, no one will dispute the notion that with rare exceptions (our beloved Queen Cinnie and perhaps Dougal when he comes of age), Dutchies' delivery excells.

Nicholas Preketes said...

What up, famous dutchie bro!
-charlie and beta

Furbeast said...

BB & Anon, at some point, an enterprising bunny followed the axiom "find a need and fill it." Hoomins clearly needed to be disapproved of. So the bun provided disapproval. Word quickly spread and ever since bunnies the world over have been fully employed.

Much has been written regarding rabbit's procreative abilities. Regardless of what evolutionary zoologists believe, the truth is bunnies were forced to ramp up production to prevent disapproval shortages.

anonymous said...

Furbeast, yep,yep,we would be talking about some serious demand. I guess little teen bunns wear t-shirts that say,"Born to Disapprove." But, but when do bunny moms have to tell their bitsy baby bunns what they have ahead of them? This is a sad story.

SixBunnies said...

Liam looks like a Blue Bell Great Divide Ice Cream Bar! You Southern Folks will know what I'm talking about!

Been nice bein' alive ... I'm sure I'll be smothered in my sleep tonight ... tell the coroner to look for strange black and white bunny hairs in my nostrils ...

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Liam is quite the treat! Reminds me of bloke from Birmingham I used to work with. Me thinks they approve about the same. None ;-)