Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Casper Cadbury

I love a happy ending!

Thanks, Neil and Shannon!

12 comments:

Ijon Tichy the Nth said...

Well, let them be, sit back, grab some popped dandelion and watch. We're kind of good at that.

EAS said...

This really made me lol

brandi said...

Oh, Boy oh boy! I heard Guillermo Del Toro is in negotiations with the author for a movie version!
The book IS always better, though. I mean, for brain-nomming sake, look what Hollywood did to World War Z! Sheesh...

Rabbits' Guy said...

Well - first, they better save some humans to be in the movie.

Second, I am reminded of an old Tom. T. Hall song called "Who's Going to Feed them Hogs?"

I mean - somebody has got to fetch the carrots.

Furbeast said...

Can't help but notice it's not a very long book. Not even a novella, more like a short story. Or a magazine article. Okay, let's face facts, it's the length of a greeting card. Cuz bunnies know hoomins are that easy to dispose of.

speedyrabbit said...

yep grab some popcorn Bunnies and sit back and watch,the way things are going it won't be long now...we humans are doomed!

Grandrabbit said...

That's one evil mastermind I really wants to cuddle ..

janet2buns said...

Furbeast: It's a "Bon Voyage" greeting card, or maybe "Wish you weren't here". We don't deserve a sympathy card, but once we're gone they'll send each other congratulations cards, I just know it......*sniff*

Paula said...

Rabbits don't need technical manuals, they're born with this ability. Casper is merely proof reading for some simple-minded, vainglorious Voldemort type - for pay of course.

Fleetie said...

I doubt that the buns really want to destroy all hoomins. After all, they are clever enough to know which side their carrots are buttered. Hoomins make good servants and serve as useful, labour-saving beats of burden, carrying hay and other BunConsumables home from the shops.

No, i suspect the bunnies are eyeing a "Planet Of The Buns" type scenario.

Fleetie said...

^ beaSts of burden

sallyneary said...

I am a cat lady, so no expert, but that bun looks very much like a guinea pig.