Thursday, June 28, 2012

Bonaparte and Buffy

And suddenly, "disturbed"
takes on a whole new meaning.

Thanks, Alison!

20 comments:

Katie said...

OH MY GOSH! LOOK AT THIS!

http://icanhascheezburger.com/2012/06/28/cute-animals-daily-squee-bunday-wet-kisses/#

BUNNY KISSES! *dies*

speedyrabbit said...

I think I'm in love again though I may explode

brandi b said...

More like BlownAPart and Huffy. They look offended that someone is snapping pics of them. I bet I could make them even more Huffy and Blownapart!! Super Sneaky Surprise Snorgle Attack!!!!! With mouth smooches. I love bunny slobbers. I let my bunns have a nibble of my churro the other day and they left it all slobbery and gooey.
Then once when I snatched up my baby boy bunny to give him snorgles and smootches on his mouth, I did not realize he was chewing pellets and when I kissed him, he spit his chewed up pellets right onto my mouth. They were slobbery and tasted like ewwww.

Furbeast said...

Napoleon said "Never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake."

Bonaparte (Bunaparte?) is patiently trying not to interrupt hoomins while they commit errors. He has been waiting a very long time for a break in the action.

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brandi b said...

Yeah, dogs are icky like that. My chihuahua puppy eats cat poop like I eat hot fudge sundaes, complete with the look of ecstasy. We had a dog that liked to romp about on sewer grates and he always came home smelling like dirty diapers and stewing vomit.
I think rabbits are the only non disgusting creature God ever created, even if they eat their own poop.

janet2buns said...

@brandi b: It's lucky for you that your baby boy wasn't eating cecatropes at the time!! That would be waaay more ewwww!!

SixBunnies said...

I agree! There is nothing inappropriate or icky about a bunny ... except Mickey ... he's ickey with a big M! But that's a whole other birthday story ... I guess you saw my post before I deleted it, huh brandi b... I rethought that and decided it was a bit inappropriate... hahhaha!

SixBunnies said...

Oh, J2B ... that is ... well just uncalled for! Those are the things of which we do not speak! ... or step on thinking it is a piece of wilted lettuce turned brown not a smooshed ... well you know ...

brandi b said...

Yup, 6B, I read it before you deleted. I don't think it was inappropriate, but then again, I am one who will say anything to anyone at anytime. Even in confession I have used foul language and my priest just nods his head wisely with understanding and says Yes, Brandi, we all know you can be a (insert expletive deletive).
Poop, especially animal poop, especially especially bunny poop, is NEVER off limits and I frequently mention it as a topic of conversation at the dinner table.
Life is too short to take offense at words spoken and too short to have to edit oneself too much. So talk about dog poop or dogs rolling in poop and most especially, talk about rabbit poop. We are rabbit people after all and rabbit poop is very important and we all know how significant it is from morning to night.
THere is also a childrens book titled Everyone Poops. Or something like that.

J2B, I had never thought that it could have been cecals my baby was munching on and I am very very glad it was only his yucky timothy pellets. No wonder bunnies sneak treats and disapprove of us for not giving enough. If I had to eat tim pellets, I would be a sneaky treat theif, too.

anonymous said...

Yep, DISTURBING has taken on a whole new meaning, and some of us are definitely more disturbed than others. All of which, by the way, is perfectly fine by me!

janet2buns said...

Today's pair just WISH they had considered the mental health of their indentured servants before they agreed to take them on. All they have to do is thump us just a little, and we are reduced to blubbering idiots. Well, we become more blubbering and more idiotic than usual, of course. Sheesh, we are definitely DISTURBED! It's such a NUISANCE!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I can feel it and I can hear it - it is like a train far away, or a coming thunderstorm or airplane - maybe an earthquake or refinery explosion. Go to high ground or a bomb shelter? Jump in a boat or fill the bathtub with water? Stock up on supples or flee?

Where is the instruction book for "bunnsturbance"?

brandi b said...

Disturbed? Me? Not at all. I was just a laboratorian for almost 17 years and have developed a thick skin, a gross sense of humor, and a high tolerance for yucky, mucky things that the human body is capable of being invaded by or making. There has been at least one occassion where a bunch of us laboratorians were eating at a cafe and the people at the next table had asked to be moved because we were all talking shop.
It had not occured to us that we were being disgusting. Oh the stories I could tell!!!!
Good times, good times...

janet2buns said...

brandi b: Too funny!! When I was just a wee lass, taking public transit to school, I was jammed up tight near women who were discussing their operations. I felt nauseous, but I couldn't get away because the bus was so crowded. I'd be a sitting duck if I was at the next table to you and your colleagues! Maybe I'd be tougher now, having had kids. They're always good for producing disgusting things.

anonymous said...

Right you are, BB, good times! And, by the way, I think that is a remarkable photo of the bunns. There are a lot of additional comments lurking in those head shots.

Courtney said...

Oh my gosh! They look like little bunny gangsters. The little enforcer is in the background! :)

Fleetie said...

These two beautiful disapprovers look as though They Mean Business!

I think I am going to respectfully scuttle off now, before I do or say something that reveals my stoopidity and provoked their ire.

(Although my hoomin ugliness has probably already done so....)

Fleetie said...

^ "provokeS"