Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Poor Bunny


Hi Easter Bunny, I wouldn't go inside if I was you..............................



...........................don't let her take the tinfoil of you.............................



......................no!! No!!! NO!!! Not the ears........................................



Sorry Easter bunny, I tried to warn you! Next year we want an easter tomato, like our friend Pablo in Tasmania.

We hopes you all had a great Easter, and no bunny rabbits got maimed.

26 comments:

  1. Oh poor bunny and a special gold one too.

    Yep I agree about next year.

    Hugs GJ xx

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  2. There was a bunny incident like that at our house this weekend too.

    Huffle Mawson

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  3. We see you've been witness to the same horror as us. Our mum whapped her bunny against the table before she unwrapped him! Oh the humanity!

    Thankyou for your nice words about our dad:)

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  4. Poor bunny! You tried though. Our mum had a bunny like that too and his ears were the first to go as well.

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  5. oooooooooh, I saw that coming....

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  6. Cute cute cute!
    Dear Poppy Q, you are so beautiful in that first picture!
    Mommy said that chocolate "Lindt" here in Brazil is expensive!
    Très Chic my friend! :-)
    Anyway...poor bunny...

    hugs
    Luna and mommy Léia

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  7. Mom says she bets that bunny was yummy!

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  8. Poor Bunny. Too bad he was borned a Lindt Chocolate Bunny. He never stood a chance.

    Mom LOVES Lindt Truffles. Seriously. Don't get in between her and a truffle.

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  9. Yes PoppyQ my Mom eat all my bunny's :(
    Now I have now bunny to play with:(

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  11. We had some little bunny peeps that went down like that here last night. Those chocolate and sugary bunnies don't have a long life.

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  12. Horrors! Lindt is such good chocolate, though - can see why the bunny was irrestible.

    P.S. Our mom could not eat chocolate bunnies at all when she was a kid because of the shape. She's outgrown that :).

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  13. I'm so sorry your bunny's ears got eated off! I think a lot of beans did the same thing with their bunnies.

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  15. That was nice of you to warn the bunny!

    Ms. P and Cinza

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  16. Oh, no! He's a goner. What a sad ending to a young and handsome rabbit.

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  17. It is always the ears that go first!

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  18. Bunnies didn't stand a chance at our house either, Poppy. At least you warned your bunny. We're pretty sure an Easter tomato would have a better chance, though.

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  19. Oh, the ears are always the first to go!

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  20. Ummm, yummy. Does Easter Bunny come in dark chocolate? We are not fans of milk chocolate in our home, and I'm on a diet. But if Easter Bunny was dark chocolate, I would have to have a bite of his ear :-) Just one, I promise ;-)

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  21. That poor bunny didn't stand a chance....

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  22. The bunny wouldn't stand a chance with my mommie either.

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  23. Mum gave one of those to Grampie on Sunday. Plus she has one for herself, but she hasn't opened it, yet.

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  24. It's always the ears that go first!

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  25. Mom loves chocolate! That bunny wouldn't last long here either!

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