Rabbit, rabbit.

Rabbit, rabbit. Rabbit, rabbit; rabbit, rabbit.

Rabbit? Rabbit!

Rabbit, rabbit.

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13 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    mom said,

    rabbit, rabbit

  2. 2

    dp said,

    tibbar, tibbar.

  3. 4

    Sachi said,

    A bilby isn’t a bunny… I almost died from cuteness over the page with a like 20 pictures.

  4. 5

    uccellina said,

    The bilby is the Central Australian bunny. They’re pitted against each other in the classic “Easter Bilby” books, in which the bunny looks eerily like Marlon Brando in Apocalypse Now.

  5. 7

    Laurie Ann said,

    No John Updike reference?

  6. 9

    nora said,

    You know one of my friends is afraid of rabbits. Seriously, if her 5 year old is playing outside and she sees a rabbit she freaks out and makes her kids get back in the house. Her husband is afraid of sharks and snakes, but she says that’s just silly.

  7. 10

    Sachi said,

    But they’re not bunnies. (She types in a whiny voice because she’s sick and hasn’t slept for more than 24 hours.) They’re marsupials, right?

  8. 11

    Mom said,

    and then there’s the bunyip…

  9. 12

    uccellina said,

    No, Sachi, they’re not bunnies. They fill the same ecological niche as the bunny, only the bunny is better at it, and so since the introduction of the bunny to Australia, bilby numbers have dropped alarmingly. Personally, I think the bunny just has a better marketing department.

    And yes, they’re marsupials.

  10. 13

    A said,

    bunnies got mucho publicity via Monte Python


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