Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Snowdrop


And I heard him exclaim as he rose out of sight:
"You will all die by my hand tonight!"


Thanks, Lorraine!

15 comments:

brandi said...

Oh Lorraine, Lorraine.
All it will take is one sharp, precise nip at the jugular and you will end up paying for this adorable, humiliating photograph.
Snowdrop? Or Blooddrops in the Snow?
Pretty, humiliated Snowdrop, "blood" is definitely your shade of red.

speedyrabbit said...

Oh Dear that's how Speedy looks when his daddy puts Speedy's scarf on him

Fleetie said...

That is one grumpeh bunlet!

This young furry beauty is learning how to Disapprove harshly at a very young age!

I think "Snowdrop" might grow into its larger guise: AVALANCHE

And no slow ambling hoomin can outrun an avalanche.

An icy tomb awaits us! In thousands of years, when Rabbits Rule The Earth, somebun might dig us up and see our frozen ugly hoomin mugs gazing with glazed stoopidity back at them, and that researcher bun will wonder whether the legends were really true, of Hoominsauruses roaming the Earth, wreaking clumsy stoopidity everywhere they stumbled.

Thank goodness The Great Disapproval Event came, all those thousands of years ago, and freed the Earth from the Cretinaceous Period and into the Bunniferous Period when rabbits ruled free!

Lalis said...

HeeHee!!! She's so stinkin' cute!

Stephanie said...

She is adorable! I've never seen anything so cute and angry at the same time

J. said...

There is a special hell for humans who dress up rabbits.

sallyneary said...

Fleetie,
I envy you your fine British education--we Americans know so little about geology. I just laugh at the cute pictures, awash in human ignorance!

janet2buns said...

I believe Fleetie is correct. However, I have a question. Will the bunsearchers bother to dig our ugly hoomin carcasses out of their icy tombs? After all, why waste precious time and energy on frozen hoomins? It's not like the bunnies would learn anything of value from our worthless frozen bodies. Bunnies feel they know quite enough about us already!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Living in the Cretinaceous Period as I do, I know nothing at all about Geology, and almost as little about Bunnies. But more than Lorraine did, I think ...

Furbeast said...

Ah yes, hoominsaureses. Bunarcheologists will study fragments of this creature, puzzling over it's slow, ungainly locomotion and underdeveloped sense of smell and hearing. This species was clearly not meant for bunevolutionary survival, but questions will linger regarding their demise. Some will speculate climate change. Others will propose a cataclysmic disapproval event. But the real cause will be paper finger traps.

bunnits said...

Undoubtedly the absolute cutest disapproval I've seen

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Fleetie said...

This picture looks like a Christmas card.

I can imagie what might be written in cursive italic script inside:

Wishing you a very FROSTY Christmas,
And a Humble New Year,


With much Contempt and Disdain


From


Snowdrop

SixBunnies said...

That is one pissed off rabbit ... ijs ...

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

It's possible one they they would find a good use for us, hoomins. Most likely it will involve getting plowed over for a carrot patch.