Thursday, February 07, 2013

Roo

No, no, darker. I can still see you.

Thanks, Fiona!

9 comments:

brandi said...

Rabbits have the advantage in the dark. I would hear my son yell in his room and say "DAMMIT, BUNNY!" Then my baby boy (rabbit) would come hopping out doing binkies followed my angry baby boy (biological child) telling me to keep my sneaky evil bunny in my room. Baby boy (bunny) would jump on him in the dark and scare the bejesus out him.
So kyooooooooooot!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Yes, Brandi, it is cute. And, somehow, it just never gets old.

brandi said...

Where are all the usual suspects? Did Roo After Dark scare them off? He is not a vampire...just a terrifying lagomorph!!!!

Furbeast said...

b: it's because we're too scared.

It's one thing to experience disapproval during daylight hours, but once the sun goes down...

...in the dark, you cannot see the bunny disapprove, but you know it is there. It never goes away.

*whimper*

Fleetie said...

Imagine if rabbits' eyes could light up red in the dark!

Now that would surely kill you! On a scale of scariness from 0 (cute baby bunneh) to 10 (Queen Cinnamon feeling grumpeh and disapproving after the hoomins made a bigger mistake than usual with her breakfast), I'd say a rabbit in the dark with glowing red eyes would be about a...

At least 17, anyway.

Roo looks as though he will brook no backchat from hoomins. When Roo speaks, it's "Do or die." And do it quickly.

janet2buns said...

b: Your baby boy bunny would binky away from the angry hoomin? So does Phoebe! She KNOWS she's been bad, and is pleased as punch about it! "Hah! I PUNISHED that stoopid hoomin! I'm a genius!"

SixBunnies said...

Roo is just beautiful ... besides being very scary!

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Roo takes you INTO THE WOODSHED ;-)

EAS said...

I know Roo won't like this but that little mouf is just too precious.