Friday, March 15, 2013

BER

Lovely quilt. Reminds me of a
hangover I once had.

Thanks, Kirsten!

10 comments:

janet2buns said...

The wonderful thing about crocheted quilts is you just have to chew one hole, grab one thread and ZING!! it all comes unraveled. I'm sure BER would prefer a lovely heap of kinky multicoloured yarn to a flat quilt any old day. BER admits it was good of us to provide such an enjoyable digging-and-chewing project.

speedyrabbit said...

hehehe now that image of an unraveling quilt is going to have me giggling all night!

bunny mummy said...

I think J2B is reading dear Ber's mind. Well done!

Rabbits' Guy said...

You get this treatment often, Kristen?

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

I can only guess where RG's question is leading, but I hope it is toward a conversation with Ber on the subject of responsible drinking, and, RG, why can't you use the mushy apples for cider?

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Sounds like great weekend project ;-)

Grandrabbit said...

Now this could actually be a good thing. If your dear Aunty Mabel gave you this lovely quilt as a present but you can't bear to look at it without wanting to rip out your eyes .. Here's BER to help you out!
This could be one of the few occasions when both Bun and Hoomin profit ..

Fleetie said...

I cannot quite rid myself of the suspicion that BER is looking at us, wondering whether we will fit into the quilt if he rolls us up in it, after he has arranged an "accident" for us.

Then it should be a simple matter to push us out to the front of the house, for the bin/trash men to take us away.

That would serve us right for being late with breakfast! *THUMP!*

Karen M said...

Not a quilt. Just sayin', 'cause us quilters can be sensitive about that kind of thing. On the other hand the part about unravelling crochet is right. I have an afghan here that Ginny was uncrocheting. Just imagine how many humans could be garrotted by such a long piece of yarn in the devious paws of a Bun!

janet2buns said...

Oh yes, of course Karen M, it is indeed an afghan. Ginny probably thinks you provided it for her sole uncrocheting pleasure.

This afghan is a dual purpose item; it provides garotting materials and is useful to dispose of our smelly hoomin corpses as Fleetie suggests. A bun must be careful though, if our useless carcasses are too large or heavy, the bin hoomins can refuse to take us, even if we are securely wrapped in an afghan. How frustrating for the bunnies! We can cause inconvenience even after our demises! BER would have to call the waste disposal people so they could send the "oversize" household waste truck to pick us up! How bothersome!