Friday, April 05, 2013

Toby

Calling it "my hay" is redundant.
All hay is "my hay."

Thanks, Jenny!

16 comments:

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

... no argument here. And it's not enough of it. Ever ;-)

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

On second hand, Toby's expression, without a doubt, says 'disapproval's coming'.

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

Ijon, I sort of see Toby as a,"That's it. Just Keep talking, Hoomin," kind of bunn..

Lisa Palone said...

Toby is very cute

EAS said...

Wow look at that stare

speedyrabbit said...

I guess he's saying step away from the hay its mine all mine!

Fleetie said...

That is a truly menacing look. It reminds me of another picture I have seen but I can't quite put my finger on it.

Anyway, I Pity The Hoomin that tries to take any of Toby's hay from him!

Fleetie said...

In other news, I have been upgrading my computer stuff at home. Part of that involved getting an Apple TV, that lets you stream YouTube onto your big TV screen. My system also has the TV sound going through the hi-fi.

What does all this mean?

It means...

...that now I can watch YouTube videos of Queen Cinnamon and Dougal on the big TV!

So this morning after the wireless bluetooth keyboard arrived (you need that as well as the Apple TV, really), one of the very first things I watched was The Cinnamon Pancake Video!

That's right! I could see HRH Queen Cinnamon nomming her yummy pancake, all in big size, and I could hear Sharon calling her "You beauty!" through my hi-fi!

It was rabbity awesomeness, trust me!

I Approved!

Fleetie said...

I *think* I have remembered what Toby's picture reminded me of subconsciously:

Nagilum (ST:TNG)

I'm not 100% sure, but I think that might be it.

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Well done Fleetie!

Rabbits' Guy said...

You should be wearing very dark glasses when you look directly at Toby.

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

Fleetie, I am torn between awe and hysterical sobbing. Well done!!!

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

Can anyone remind me of the difference between "ebil" and "evil" again?

brandi said...

Evil is TRUE evil. Hitler, Stalin, all full grown cats, and Colonel Sanders...you get the idea...
EBIL is when something is too damned cute to be considered evil, although they MAY be true evil. Bunnies, kittens, baby sharks...see...EBIL just does not quite live up to EVIL standards. EBIL is impotent evil, diluted evil, due to cuteness and helplessness. A kitten would LOVE to rip your throat out, but it is tiny, cute, helpless, and utterly adorable. All this "squeeee-ness" turns EVIL into EBIL. Now when that assassin grows up into a full tom cat, that is when the cute wears off and the little killer becomes evil. I bet Hitler was adorable as a baby...

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

@BRANDI!!! wow, just wow :-)
ebil vs evil: how about one is so cute it's scary, the other so NOT cute it's scrary. Opposite ends of the spectrum, both infinite.

janet2buns said...

For example, floofiness contributes to ebil. Floofiness plus ebil glares equals true, scathing disapproval.