One delicious gulp!

This one will go down easy—tho his tail might tickle going down…

Did I just write that?! [shifty eyes then continue to sip martini]

Our first run in with bunnies 2 (06/2005), way to gerhe greefus groinks.

Comments

  1. Squeeeee! Behbee bunneh is too, too cute!

  2. SlaveToThreeFelines says:

    Too .. cute .. for .. words!

  3. long thin scrawny ones, short fat fluffy ones, itsy bitsy fuzzy wuzzy buns…….

  4. SeaBreeze says:

    BUNBUN!!!

    I WANT!!!

  5. what a sweet little bunny!

  6. What, that little nubbly tail? Nah, it’s the ears that’ll catch.

  7. MilkyWei says:

    The re-return of the spotted teeny-tiny-itsy-bitsy bunny bun bun to CO!

  8. acelightning says:

    Nobody’s gonna eat that sweet, cuddly, adorable, snorglicious little bunny, not if I have anything to say about it!
    *hugs bunny, very gently*
    This is one cottontail that Mr. MacGregor is never going to get his hands on!

  9. acelightning says:

    Nobody’s gonna eat that sweet, cuddly, adorable, snorglicious little bunny, not if I have anything to say about it!
    *hugs bunny, very gently*
    This is one cottontail that Mr. MacGregor is never going to get his hands on!

  10. acelightning says:

    I have no idea how that got posted twice.

  11. Suda Nim says:

    Acelightning — must be because you feel so strongly about it.

    Me, I think a little Worchesterstersteershire Saurce is called for.

  12. its like the Chocolate easter bunny… do i eat his tail or ears first?

  13. R. Moore says:

    Slurp!

  14. soulcal006 says:

    bun is taking a little nappers and dreaming that its flying in the clouds. note the ears pinned back for maximum flight.

    super bun…to save the day

  15. Awwwww.

    Sleeping bebeh animals kill me.

  16. I’m trying to convince my brother that a bunny would be an excellent addition to the two cats and a dog we have – he’s not buying it just yet…

  17. Is this when the cottontail waitresses come in?

  18. Tiny, tiny!! :D

  19. The tail might tickle while it goes down???

    I think we have a case of BWI here (Blogging While Intoxicated). Pull over sloooowly, sleep it off…

  20. The tosies!
    The tail!
    The kissable nose!
    Gaww…*Drooling over keyboard*

  21. *pats the bunny*

  22. grab a sleeping bunbun
    put it in your pocket
    save it for a rainy day

  23. Theresa says:

    Squealingly cute– AND aerodynamic!

  24. Theresa says:

    BTW, check out the tiny little snippet of white fur right in the middle of the top of his head (sigh).

  25. OMG, AAAAAAAAAA!!!!!!
    i just died. again!

  26. Oh my god what a sweetie! I want one! But my cat’s would probably want it too:(

  27. StormCat says:

    I wants to play with his widdle toes!!!!

  28. metsakins says:

    can u imagine what his little bunneh tummeh feels like

    yummeh

  29. hey-helen says:

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwww.

  30. I’d like one bun please, and another martini! It’s still happy hour prices, right? Make it two of each!

  31. I might not technically eat it , but I may just have to house the bunneh in my mouth for a skosh.

  32. Hee, Paulie! A skosh! I like that word.

  33. indeed he is perfectly sized for a bunny shooter (=like oyster shooter), but perhaps i would just smooch him.

  34. Karebear says:

    Perfect Sat. morning breakfast morsel!

  35. Cutest bunny ever!

  36. I’m sorry, but WTF is up w/ the ad talking about a kidnapped husband? Is this some kind of sick joke? Meg, your better than this WE are better than this!

    “Enter Court TV’s 8 Day Mystery Challenge. See Official Rules. $25,000 prize will be shared among all eligible entrants who solve the mystery. Ends 6:00 am ET on June 12, 2007.

    All character names, company names, and pharmaceutical names are fictional. Any evidence to the contrary is completely inadvertent.”

  37. yeah – what the hell is that site about? talk about preying on cuteoverload’s sense of empathy.

    really, shame on whoever made the site, and to meg too for accepting the ad. sorry meg, but that isn’t right.

  38. P. Erasmus says:

    No wonder bunnies procreate so prolifically. They are streamlined so that momma bunnies can pop them out like: pop-poppopopopopp-pop-pop …. pop.

  39. So cute how it looks like momma bunz carefully combed the fur to look nice. :)
    Bebe gonna be in pix must look sweet! :)
    http://www.happylolday.com

  40. furbabies says:

    I have a family of bunnies in my backyard. They are too cute for words and my kittys go nuts watching them (from inside of course!). Super sweet bunnage!

  41. I agree, peeps, what was Meg high on when she accepted such a demented ad to be placed on this wonderful site? Kidnappings are no joke. How dare someone try to make money off the idea!

  42. Yitzysmommie says:

    Never mind nawming him, I’m going to use him for a powder poof!

  43. Yitzysmommie says:

    For the Ad Nuffs:
    It’s an ad for courttv. It says right on it “dramatization”. I sincerely doubt Miss Meg approves /selects every ad that appears here.
    Ifn ya don’t like it, don’t look at it. I never even noticed it until the Nuffs started nuffing about it……

  44. He’s a little pill for depression; should go right down with a glass of water. I suffer from a chronic illness, and I have to say whenever the negative energy is attacking me, I come to this site and it takes a good bit of it away. Maybe all antidepresssant pills should be shaped like bunnies…

  45. Yitzysmommie says:

    Diane: or kittens or puppies. Not sure that ray shaped antidepressants would have a big market :-)

  46. here thumper

  47. darkshines says:

    You know, I was thinking today, why is it we call rabbits “bunnies”? Is there some historical reference? It seems such a random word!

  48. Darkshines–according to etymonline.com

    bunny
    1690, dim. of Scottish dialectal bun, pet name for “rabbit,” previously (1587) for “squirrel,” and also a term of endearment for a young attractive woman or child (1606). Ultimately could be from Scottish bun “tail of a hare” (1538), or from Fr. bon, or from a Scand. source.

    Which I think is basically referenceworkspeak for they don´t know.

  49. Heather says:

    Yitzysmommie, don’t you think Meg should use her ad space with a dose of conciousness? If she’s going to make money off pics of cute animals, the least she could do is be more respectful! We are talking about a fake kidnapping of a loved one! What right does Meg have playing off people’s emotions like that, and for money? If she doesn’t have control over her ad space, than she doesn’t deserve the title “Web Developer”. Only a fool would let an agency ruin their website like this. Meg isn’t a fool , she should know better. We expect better.

  50. Suda Nim says:

    I’m not sure about “rabbit” and “bunny,” but in English, one reason there are double words for so many things is that the Norman conquerers added French words to the original Anglo-Saxon.

    Generally, the Saxon word is the more crude or everyday version, while the Frenchified is more upscale, since the Normans became the upper class.

    In cooking, this manifests itself where the name of the animal tends to be Saxon, while the name of the meat is French-derived.

    Thus, Saxon “cow, pig, chicken,” French-ish “beef, pork, poultry.”

    It’s also why a lot of legal terms are double as well, such as “null and void.”

    /pedantry

    oh. and SQUEEEEEEEEEE!

  51. ………it’s contest….I sure hope none of you saw pirates, because that was capitalizing on the kiddnappings/hardships/deaths of others! I hope you’ve never played clue! You surely condone murder if you do! And I CERTAINLY hope none of you have watched shows which involve any type of crime whatsoever.

    Seriously. Get real. It’s a contest, from a TV station and I’ll bet you that the people whinin about it went a head and entered!

  52. yef yef thif bunneh if veli deliciouf :)

  53. I always assumed they were called buns because they looked like delicious lumps of sweet baked dough…and when you pick them up, they leave raisins.

  54. Thanks Constance I was gonna go there but I was sounding too B****y. You were perfect.
    I was going with well then you must never watch tv, movies , videos , Read books or listen to the radio. And then.. WEll that would be the B****y part so I won’t go into that!

  55. mervtheflamingo says:

    I originally posted (a few posts ago….pirate pom…) about the ad. My complaint didn’t rest with Meg, but with Court TV’s strategy. There are ethics to advertising, and playing upon a person’s sympathy to a lost loved one is messed up. Its not Meg’s fault, it is Court TV being tacky. It is not the same thing as watching Columbo or CSI or anything, the advertisement pulls you in because you believe someone was actually harmed, and then you discover the contest.

  56. Maybe “fake” should be the first word in the ad, then, constance. Funny I don’t see anything like it, do you? For the record I don’t own a TV , haven’t watched one in many years. And I don’t pay hard earned cash to watch stupid movies. Do you?

    I come to this website to get away from the sick sellout that is America. SO SAD to see Meg sell her soul to the devil for a few bucks.

  57. metsakins says:

    I suspect that when you sign up with an advertiser you do not have control of the content. I agree with Merv and I have complained to court tv. If I was Meg, it would have never occurred to me that they could do an ad so distastefull. This is the first ad for court tv that has ever upset me.

  58. *adsCourtTVadsfightnuffads*

    …. ZOMG LOOK ITZ A BUNNEH!!!!!!!!!

    /me points up frantically

    BUNNYBUNNYBUNNYBUNNY!!!!!!

    … will no one think of the bunny?

  59. …if you were soooooooo overly concerned with the plight of the woman in the ad, I’m SURE you would have wanted to see…nay, been COMPELLED to click the ad and then see, in large, bold letters, not only all of the things about the CONTEST but the DISCLAIMER at the bottom as well.

    Causing you..what? at most…7 or 8 seconds of “heart wrenching angst”?

    and yes, kara, that bunny…is squeedorable.

  60. What a delightful late-night snack. We don’t see those in our yard any more, some of the residents seem to have enjoyed their snacks.

  61. Emmerly says:

    Hee hee! Talk about a daily dose of cuteness! In convenient fuzzy lozenge form!

  62. Well, huh. Not to get on the same side as the “nuffs” but I didn’t realize that ad was not real.
    I love the bunbun though.

  63. I will name him George and I will hug him and squeeze him and pat him and pet him and….

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