Thursday, December 16, 2010

Bunny Tweets Again

Do Rabbits get hernias?  If not, I think I need some stronger back teeth.

Are you following me?  Cause if you're following me, I'm going to stand stone still, twitch and then run away.  I mean it.

I saw a cucumber the size of a scuba tank this morning.  It seemed too good to be true, so I, the eternal skeptic, did not nibble on it.

With two different kinds of legs, finding it hard to make snow angels look like actual angels.

Other rabbits are looking at me (sideways of course) and rolling their eyes.  Independent thinkers often get this reaction.  Sheep don't.

I spy a tomato that's bigger than me, and remembering Peter the Pumpkin eater, I chuckle.

Observed Heidi light gas grill with giant flash of fire followed by singed hair odor. Gladtobeknownforkeenhearingnotsmelling  

Wondering if you can load a gun with rabbit pellets?

If so, I'd like to.

After listening to Elvis Prestley's famous song, new favorite activity is to make hound dogs feel defeated.

Long ears are occurring in epidemic proportions among elderly humans.  But theirs just droop, while mine are still perky.

It's very windy today.  Wondering if there are any animals besides rabbits, donkeys and elephants that have to worry about involuntary ear movement.

Wants to feel Christmasy, but all-red lights on favorite fur tree makes abode look more like all-night brothel (which isn't a bad thing in my culture).



6 comments:

j.m. neeb said...

I love the bunny tweets!! (So I went back and re-read the ones from summer...)

My favorite this time -- I think, because it's a tough call -- is the one about making "hound dogs feel deflated." Ha! :)

Jemi Fraser said...

That was fun! :)

Dawn @Lighten Up! said...

I tell ya, that is one talented bunny you have there! lol. My creative, hilarious friend...my hound dog over here is looking very defeated!!

Candice said...

Wascawy wabbit!!

Bagman and Butler said...

I always knew that bunny's suffered from ADD. I really enjoyed taking a break and looking at the world from the rabbit point of view.

Joanne said...

I think of you every time I see a rabbit in my yard. Then I try to imagine what he's thinking!