Remember M The M from earlier this year? He’s back, and he would like you to nose that he has a mellow side, too. “This is after he runs around like crazy. Our wonderful English Lop Rescue Bunny.” -Maddy, Jodi and Jacy.
Nora B. says, “I wanted to send a couple pictures (feature photo above and #1 photo below) of the Bunneh I just adopted yesterday (his name is Merry, of course!) He has some spectacular Splayage!”
“I wanted to send you these pictures of my other Bunny’s Fluffy ‘Tocks in celebration of ‘Tocktober! My boyfriend will never understand why I have so many Bunny-Butt pictures on my phone, so I want to share with those who will appreciate it! His name is Pippin, (below) and he has been an endless source of Cuteness since I adopted him in May.”
took a look at brody’s blog and learned: “brody is a dwarf hotot bunny living in brooklyn, though he is originally from california. he likes to keep his coat shiny, nibble on fresh cilantro, & take afternoon naps. he doesn’t care for spinach or you, his greatest fear is all the gurgling coming from his human’s garment steamer.”
we also learned brody’s hoomin writes in all lower case.
all lower case hipster creditos~
name: brody napoléon
credit: ives, brody’s human woman
Gina The Bun, from Megan K. (Who notes that Gina is actually the mother of Gallifrey.)
Sure, why not? These can’t wait ’til Bunday, no way.
From Teri C. who saw ‘em on The Usual Japan Site.
Updated with photos! C.O. has featured
“Disapproval Island” “Rabbit Island” (Okunoshima, Japan) on several occasions. Now, there’s gonna be a VIDEO SERIES. WHAT. Sender-Inner Scott Y. shot this video and the following photos.
Scott says “The bunnies that live on this island are super friendly…”
“…yet fearless when it comes feeding on the food provided by the visitors.”
“They love to chill in the shade when the sun is out. In one of the photos, a row of bunnies chill on the street, in the shade provided by the curb.”
“The baby bunnies also roam wild on this island and have no reservations in getting picked up, with the hope of getting a yummy treat I guess!”
PROSH [prosh] adjective
1. Derivative of the world PRECIOUS. Thought to be created by cute animal website “Cute Overload.”
2. Usage example: “That Bun is Prosh.”
3. See “Cute Overload Glossary.”
4. Click button below to hear correct pronunciation.
“My daughter Madison’s new 4 week old bunneh…Buttercup!” -Marlena C.
Talk about giving someone the raspberry!!
“I’m submitting a video and three pictures of Bunbun, a blue-eyed white Holland Lop bunny.” says Scott Y.
“After seeing another bun eat a raspberry online, he wanted a raspberry treat too! So here he is devouring it without getting any red juice on his fur, and then going the extra mile by wiping the remnants off his mouth and face!”