Monday, April 08, 2013

Molly

All right, got the bucket for 
the blood, get the tarp down, 
now I just need the bleach...

Thanks, Katie!

18 comments:

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... like a scene from 'La Femme Molly'. Eh, just plow over it in the carrot patch ;-)

janet2buns said...

Should be fairly easy........how much blood could be in one stoopid hoomin anyway??

Fleetie said...

Janet : Well there is the vexed question of what exactly DOES fill up our empty heads, given that there is no evidence of much, if any, brain in there.

What IS in there, anyway? Sawdust? Our underwear that needs washing? Is it just one lump of solid bone?

I am sure that many great BunPhilosophers have pondered this question.

Rabbits' Guy said...

Anybody know this Katie person? Heard from her lately? Might want to go check up on her - take reinforcements and treats though.

Plantgrrl said...

LOL! That's my Molly! If anyone is interested she has her own FB page: www.facebook.com/HRMHerRabbitMajesty.

I'm fine. :D She is normally one giant snuggle, I'm not sure what this look was about.

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

Well, Katie, I don't want you to panic, but everybody else seems to be pretty sure concerning what that look is about.

brandi said...

Sorry, Good Golly Miss Molly, but Luminol can detect trace blood samples even after years of bleaching. Nothing gets out blood completely.
You might want to figure out another method of disposal for Mama Katie. She seems to be under the impression that you are a snuggle bunn, so deception should be easy enough for you.
I think my bunns made a deal with the coyotes and turkey buzzards to make a snack of my entrails and viscera and then to scatter my bones to the four corners of the Great State of Oklahoma. But I am not the sucker they think I am...they think I have an endless supply of treats which they MUST find before they can eliminate the hand that feeds them...Silly bunnies. Can you imagine them marching into Wal Mart? Hehehehe

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SixBunnies said...

Wow, that is hard core ebil!

janet2buns said...

J.K. Rowlings had a pretty satisfactory description of what's inside our heads. It's something along the lines of "air, dead flies and bits of fluff."

Furbeast said...

You have to admire a bunny who thinks of an idea, plans, implements, and finally executes. Literally.

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

Well, Furbeast, I'm not so sure we have to admire her. Sounds to me like another one of those "vexing questions" Fleetie is always talking about.

SixBunnies said...

Maybe she's planning to wrap the body in the tarp and stuff it in the bucket, seal the lid, put it in a larger bucket or barrel, fill around it with cement and then roll it out on a long pier ... not that I've thought about that or anything ... on my own anyway ... but I do live with a bunch of rabbits ... I think I intercepted their brain waves...

Plantgrrl said...

She can't kill me yet, I have to tend to the bunny garden full of Kale, Arugula and Cilantro I just planted for her and her buddy Harry. Maybe in winter. ;)

speedyrabbit said...

Oh I don't think there is that much danger of Katie going missing what with bunny veggy garden to tend and treats to give and being a general slave to that bunny she is pretty safe!

Rabbits' Guy said...

Probably Katie will need to be ever alert working amongst the Kale and such. The Pilgrims learned to put a dead fish into each hole when planting a kernel of corn.

Molly and the GIANT Kale plant!!!

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

She's safe. That garden definitely clinches it. Katie is safe, but there was mention of a Harry. Speedy might need to get Harry out of there quickly. Thank goodness for magic closets.

Bunnyman said...

Molly has been watching a lot of "Dexter."