Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Banoffee

200 thread count? Well, that'll do for you.

Thanks, Rachel!

14 comments:

Brian J said...

This bun is practically a tribble.

SixBunnies said...

Probably polyester, too, right?

J. said...

Aren't dusty bunnies typically found under the bed?

brandi said...

That ball of dryer lint exploded into a cute rabbit shape. Hard to take a rabbit's disapproval seriously when you cannot see his face.

I saw a baby donkey yesterday in a field, he was the most precious little floofy thing, all grey tufted fuzz, he looked like dryer lint exploded, too. I think my heart skipped a beat when I saw him.

SixBunnies said...

brandi, donkeys are right up there with bunnies, otters, goats, and squirrels on my cute list... they are the cutest, fuzziest little faces!

speedyrabbit said...

I love cute fuzz balls

Clare said...

I've never seen a brown dust bunny!:) Very adorable

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

To be honest Banoffee looks like a great 'thread multiplier' and the 'fix' will be terribly simple. Shred the cover into gizillion pieces, thus creating count of threads into gizillions ;-)

brandi said...

squirrels are crazy. They freak me out. They are opposite of bunnies. Little ears, long tails, they climb trees, they don't hop...Something ain't right with them squirrels...

Fleetie said...

Not only is the sheet inadequate, but also, Hotel Inspector Banoffee expects to find complimentary craisins on the pillows!

And a minibar stocked with the crispest, freshest salad items, as well as plenty of Carrotinis!

How many "stars" does this establishment have? Banoffee reckons it should be about -1 !

Banoffee won't be recommending this joint to The Good Bun Guide!

Rabbits' Guy said...

I am pretty sure even 600 thread count would not do for this bunny.

With a name like that, whatever it means, you just naturally set high standards.

brandi said...

Banoffee says nothing is softer than all that floof of his, so the way he tests thread count is by absorbency. The more his piddles spread out, the less dense the sheet, the less the thread count.
People have no appreciation for how scientificaciously Banoffee's methods are!

janet2buns said...

Of course, burlap would do for us.

SixBunnies said...

That is the cutest dust bunnies I have ever met!