Saturday, June 09, 2012

Guard rabbit



We don't usually post ads on DR (and believe me, we're not getting any payment for this) but this bunny-centric one was too good to pass up. 

23 comments:

brandi b said...

Finally, someone got it right!

sharmalee said...

I've also seen the truck ads!

speedyrabbit said...

cool but I'm afraid that only in America would some one come up with a genius idea like that!Fab Ad

Jo said...

That was hysterical! Unfortunately, if it were my bunny, he would eat the salad... lol.

Unknown said...

ohh, that was funny!! thanks for sharing it!!!

wendyzski said...

Here is a link to the "making of", which is hilarious!

wendyzski said...

http://youtu.be/A_V0yhEnDZc trying the link again

Kenn Fong said...

There's another commercial, "The Heist," on Ken's Foods YouTube channel. No, it's a different Ken than me, but wish I was him cause then I'd get to eat all the yummy salad dressing. My friends tease me that I eat it because of the name.
http://www.youtube.com/user/KensDressing?feature=watch

bunnits said...

love it! And the "making of" videos

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... growing up on Monty Python has consequences ;-)

Rabbits' Guy said...

Oh crap - you mean now they don't just want salads they want Ken's Dressing on there too?

janet2buns said...

White bunnies say "DEATH FROM ABOVE!"

Kenn Fong said...

@Ijon Tichy the Nth

Do you mean this harmless bunny?

Fleetie said...

Fantastic!

NEVER try to steal a rabbit's salad!

Or the fearsome might of Cinnamon and her army of Disapproving Minions will be upon you!

janet2buns said...

I wonder if the makers of the salad dressing know that defensive bunnies really do growl and lunge. OK, the growls sound different than the ones in the video, but they are definitely growls!

janet2buns said...

Is it SixBunnies that says "ears back, expect attack"?

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... That's the one!

anonymous said...

Thanks for initiating some of us dolts (me, especially and personally) into the Monty Python bunns. Just another education/cultural essential that American children can miss. Please accept my thanks as you struggle with your incredulity.

SixBunnies said...

Yes, J2B, I live by that phrase ... because I could die if I forget it, just once, even!

janet2buns said...

@anonymous: I am proud to say my sons can quote large portions of "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" from memory. But then, we are Canadian and are prone to such things.
@SixBunnies: Indeed, they are words to live by.

Kenn Fong said...

@janet, you raised 'em right. Believe it or not, my mother could do the entire Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink, Say No More bit.

My favorite is this, which I have requested to be played at my memorial, complete with a sing-along, especially the naughty bit.

janet2buns said...

@Kenn Fong: Perfect, what a good idea!!! I love it!! And I knew that's what bit it was before I clicked on your link. Memorials so often are "sorry this" and "forgive me that" and "I am not worthy", it's so depressing. *tee hee*

Rebecca said...

Yep! That's the way it should be.