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   Undertoad  Monday Dec 1 01:53 PM

12/1/2003: Fluffy bunny



Sorry for taking a short vacation from IotD over the holiday, but I've been at it for almost three years now and I needed a little time off!

In apology, presented for your enjoyment and amusement is this fluffy bunny. It's part of a group found here, where if you like you can see many other similarly hilariously fluffed rabbits.

I was not aware that they even had official rabbit shows, but the page tells us that not only is the above rabbit named Verissa, but is a prize-winner, having two best-in-shows. She's termed a "white senior doe" and you know the whole thing is very serious, but at the same time, OMG look at the fluffy bunny!!!



Kitsune  Monday Dec 1 02:04 PM

There's a bunny in there?



wolf  Monday Dec 1 02:24 PM

And here I was expecting to see a picture of Starchild Moonshine RainbowDances in a pair of fairy wings.

(this will be funny to El, and perhaps Onyx.)



Leah  Monday Dec 1 04:31 PM

Wow, Roger Rabbit would go google eyed over the bunny. He'd dump Jessica Rabbit in a second for this fluffy bundle



hot_pastrami  Monday Dec 1 05:32 PM

Oh yes, these people are for real. And they take it VERY seriously.

Usually the bunny shows are in conjunction with guinea pig shows. These people selectively breed the animals for years, and experiment with different diet programs and living conditions, to get the best anilmals possible based on published criteria. They get together for local shows, as well as national shows, where people literally travel hundreds of miles, and pay money, to enter their animals into contests. If an animal wins enough contests against other animals in the same breed, it can achieve a "Grand Champion" status.

I know someone who breeds animals as a hobby, that's how I know all this. I know much more about small furry creatures than I ever cared to, more than I am comfortable admitting. But at least I can say that I have no part in it myself.



lumberjim  Monday Dec 1 05:48 PM

I'm afraid I would be unable to overcome the urge to stuff a broomstick up its ass and mop the floor with it.



-OR-


A bear and a rabbit are in the woods taking a shit. So, the bear says to the Rabbit, " do you have a problem with shit sticking to your fur?" The rabbit says, "no. No I don't"
So the bear wipes his ass with the rabbit.


Da Dum Dum



Uryoces  Monday Dec 1 06:04 PM

I was changing my video card the other day and one of those flew out of the case. :p



jinx  Monday Dec 1 06:45 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by lumberjim
I'm afraid I would be unable to overcome the urge to stuff a broomstick up its ass and mop the floor with it.


I'd think you could skip the ass pole and just let the bunny wander around the house, cleaning as she goes...

Oh. That reminds me; I want that robot vacuum cleaner thing for xmas.


xoxoxoBruce  Monday Dec 1 06:47 PM

Reminds me of those 8 or 9 hundred lb pumpkins. Very nice, now what are you gonna do with it?



lumberjim  Monday Dec 1 07:22 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by jinx


I'd think you could skip the ass pole and just let the bunny wander around the house, cleaning as she goes...

Oh. That reminds me; I want that robot vacuum cleaner thing for xmas.

I'll tell santa when I see him


Bitman  Monday Dec 1 07:43 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by jinx
I want that robot vacuum cleaner thing for xmas.
Yeah, I want one too, unfortunately I'd need a pick-up-all-the-stuff-off-the-floor robot to go with it.


jinx  Monday Dec 1 07:54 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by Bitman
Yeah, I want one too, unfortunately I'd need a pick-up-all-the-stuff-off-the-floor robot to go with it.

Oh.... I have kids.


onetrack  Monday Dec 1 08:33 PM

What an utterly useless animal! ...

I mean .. if ya skinned it and laid the pelt out flat on the floor .. it wouldn't even be big enough, to roll around on, naked ...

I s'pose you could always use it as throw cushion ....



lumberjim  Monday Dec 1 08:46 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by onetrack
What an utterly useless animal! ...

I mean .. if ya skinned it and laid the pelt out flat on the floor .. it wouldn't even be big enough, to roll around on, naked ...

I s'pose you could always use it as throw cushion ....
no, you'd be surprised at just how useful kids can be.....


lumberjim  Monday Dec 1 08:47 PM

oh, you meant the rabbit, didn't you?



Beestie  Monday Dec 1 09:25 PM

I wonder if they have a full-time dingleberry remover.



Kitsune  Monday Dec 1 10:18 PM

Just in case you were wondering, Beestie.

The Straight Dope: Why do some animals have pellet poop?



elSicomoro  Monday Dec 1 10:35 PM

"Everybody poooooooops...sometiiiiiiimes...sometiiiiiiimes..."



bjlhct  Monday Dec 1 11:08 PM

Rabbit. The new mink.



Elspode  Tuesday Dec 2 12:00 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by wolf
And here I was expecting to see a picture of Starchild Moonshine RainbowDances in a pair of fairy wings.(this will be funny to El, and perhaps Onyx.)

Or Lady Pixie Faerie Moondrop...

It was the first thing I thought of, too, Wolf. (for those who don't know, the relatively modern phenomenon of Wiccans who think that the Wiccan path is all sweetness and light and cuddly stuff are referred to as 'fluffy bunny' Pagans).




onetrack  Tuesday Dec 2 12:11 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by bjlhct
Rabbit. The new mink.
After some interesting dining experiences in Asian restaurants .. I thought the quote was actually .. "Rabbit .. the new chicken .."


gossard187  Tuesday Dec 2 02:44 AM

Not sure what this bunny has to do with FHM's 100 hottest women... but somebody by the name of "Marlon_Wayans_Is_Dead" seems to...



insoluble  Tuesday Dec 2 03:06 AM

this one looks like an ewok <br>



Slartibartfast  Tuesday Dec 2 09:41 AM

Now where in the evolution of these critters do they develope a profound hatred for Klingons?



Whit  Tuesday Dec 2 12:05 PM

&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Gotta run with the geek theme that has just sprung up on this thread...
&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Ya know, get one of these things and a balloon and I bet you could build up enough of a static charge to kill a Wookie.



henry fitch  Wednesday Dec 3 10:10 PM

Quote:
Originally posted by Elspode



Or Lady Pixie Faerie Moondrop...

It was the first thing I thought of, too, Wolf. (for those who don't know, the relatively modern phenomenon of Wiccans who think that the Wiccan path is all sweetness and light and cuddly stuff are referred to as 'fluffy bunny' Pagans).

Isn't wiccanism itself a relatively modern phenomenon?


Elspode  Thursday Dec 4 12:37 AM

Yep...no older than 50 years or so, but based in turn on known ancient European rites, deities and seasonal observances.



xoxoxoBruce  Thursday Dec 4 09:06 PM

No kidding, Els? Post WWII?



Elspode  Thursday Dec 4 10:22 PM

That which is formally known as Gardnerian Wicca dates back only to the early 50's, at the earliest. However, Wicca includes so many parts of other things (a hearty helping of Ceremonial Magick is included, for example - Crowley is the best-known promulgator of Ceremonial Magick), that it can claim roots further back, but, yeah, Gerald Gardner, widely considered to be the Father of the Wiccan religion, first outlined it in the mid 20th century.



wolf  Friday Dec 5 12:56 AM

Fluffy Bunnies, on the other hand, practice a *special* form of wicca involving lots of bright rainbow energy, and a secret tradition handed down through the centuries, like directly from the Burning Times, but like before that, in their high priest/ess's family, in a hand-bound Book of Shadows™, the mysteries within which are NEVER to be shared with outsiders, and only spoken of in hushed tones within circle, and the High Priest says that it's SOOO sacred that it dishonors the magick if anyone is clothed in ritual, so like everybody has to be skyclad, and all of the first level initiates must be nubile blonde females of no less than 18 years of age, but no more than 23, and it's SUCH an honor to be chosen for the Great Rite and ....

damn. I can't keep this up. I'm giving myself a headache.

Seriously ... if you challenge these people you are in for a major earful.



Whit  Friday Dec 5 12:59 AM

&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Challenge them? After that description I was wondering how I could join up. Get my own nubile circle or whatever...



dar512  Friday Dec 5 09:48 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by wolf
Fluffy Bunnies, on the other hand, practice a *special* form of wicca involving lots of bright rainbow energy
They're smurfs?


lumberjim  Friday Dec 5 09:55 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by sycamore
"Everybody poooooooops...sometiiiiiiimes...sometiiiiiiimes..."

I have that book


Hubris Boy  Friday Dec 5 09:56 AM

Quote:
Originally posted by wolf
Fluffy Bunnies, on the other hand, practice a *special* form of wicca involving lots of bright rainbow energy, and a secret tradition handed down through the centuries, like directly from the Burning Times, but like before that, in their high priest/ess's family, in a hand-bound Book of Shadows™, the mysteries within which are NEVER to be shared with outsiders, and only spoken of in hushed tones within circle, and the High Priest says that it's SOOO sacred that it dishonors the magick if anyone is clothed in ritual, so like everybody has to be skyclad, and all of the first level initiates must be nubile blonde females of no less than 18 years of age, but no more than 23, and it's SUCH an honor to be chosen for the Great Rite and ....
HB loves Wolf, but sometimes he forgets why.

This is why.


wolf  Friday Dec 5 01:41 PM

It's just how I am.



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