All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
... we'll tell ourselves all sorts of stuff to feel better. Or superior. Bloated, furless waste of space dust.
"Yes, JUUUUST over there... I can JUUUST about make it out, if I STREEEEEEETCH up. It must be 10 or 20 miles away... Even further than the Moon! It looks soooooo small and remote from here. Like you'd never reach it.... That's the closest you've ever come to being witty and intelligent, HOOMIN.Now BEGONE."
We are pretty much just primordial ooze on two legs. Seriously, what kind of higher evolved mammal doesn't eat their own cecotropes and eat of the abundance of the nomilicious grasses and herbs of the earth? We have the ugliest teeth, the most ridiculous ears and utterly useless noses. Parker, please accept my sincere apology for being so...human...(another Star Trek reference) And thank you for showing us your yummeh tummeh!
This painting seems to capture the very essence of disapproval:http://www.etsy.com/listing/151824223/pinks-and-periwinkle-fat-bunny-original?ref=shop_home_active
And, the silence is deafening.
It's an illusion Parker .. most of the time we are flat on our butts.
Some hoomins think their kind are sooooo clever to be the only species with opposable thumbs. But thumbs evolved solely for the purpose of dispensing treats more efficiently to our bunny overlords.
Bunnies Rule!!!!Give me a Bunny overlord any day you get more sense from bunnies any how!!!
My thumbs don't oppose each other. They have always gotten along. I can't remember one unkind word being exchanged between them. Hmmmm, nope, they get along just fine. Is this bad? Did I get all the Family's recessive genes? There is that touchy matter of sucking on them, but they never had any hard feelings toward one another. Have they been secretly grumbling? Should I seek thumbs' counseling for them? Would gloving one or the other suffice if private individual sessions are required? Why haven't they been showing their feelings like other thumbs? What have I done to them?Signed, Baffled
I am not sure that there is anything here for creationists or evolutionists (Is that a word?). Do these controversies rage in the bunny community? Or do bunnies like Parker just enjoy taunting us? He's in the second grade, right? Just being disruptive?
Evolution is a fact. As a person who believes in God, I believe that evolution is part of the process of creation, part of the so-called intelligent design. I am going to go out on a limb here, and speak for God: Why snap your fingers and BAM, there is a rabbit, there is a whale, there is a monkey? Isn't the process of evolution from single celled organisms into something magnificent a beautiful thing to watch? If I were a creator of lifeforms, I would want to witness the wonder and beauty of my design unfolding, changing, evolving, into higher forms. Life as art. One thing for sure, RABBITS RULE.
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Parker looks like he is posing for one of those porcelin statues that sit on the top shelf of carnival games. Can you imagine waking up to that staring at you from the bed-side night stand?I'm glad I settled for the little candy dish for my mom.
RG, I applaud the choice you made for your mother, but though the way be long and mysterious, you still seem to be waking up to bunnies. This raises profound questions about destiny, free will, the choices we make, the turns we take...oh, yeah, and our brains!
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