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    Happy Bunday :0)

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    My wife has a bunch of these adorable rabbits. I got her a really big one for Christmas.

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    And what's the "bunday" for?
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    And what's the "bunday" for?
    Like Caturday, only rabbits are nicer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    ..rabbits are nicer.
    You obviously haven't seen a certain Monty Python movie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    And what's the "bunday" for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Finch Platte View Post
    You obviously haven't seen a certain Monty Python movie.
    We had rabbits in a large run out the back. One of the buns we had was an albino called Snowy and he was like the Fonzie of rabbits! He didn't behave like a rabbit at all. One day a guy came to see our neighbour and his dog charged across our back garden to the run. All of the other rabbits scampered down the burrow but Snowy didn't move a muscle. He just lay on the grass and looked at the barking dog through the wire as if to say 'What the f*** are you going to do now, idiot?'.

    Sometimes we'd have the rabbits in the house and they'll always look for a bolt-hole they can hide in. Once they decide on a spot, maybe behind a chair, they'll practice running to it. If you sat in the way of Snowy's escape route he would growl at you, and if you didn't move he'd bite you! Definitely a bit of the Monty Python rabbit in Snowy.

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    Rabbit stew tastes great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Kelly Bundy tastes great.
    Heh heh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    Rabbit stew tastes great.
    Like dog burger?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    Like dog burger?
    On a bun? Happy Bunday!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    Like dog burger?
    More like lamb or venison.
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    I want my hossenfeffer!
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    badass bunny

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    badass bunny
    Snowy would have stared the avalanche down and made it go around him ;0)

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    Happy Bunday

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    Easter Bunday

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Seems so inappropriate, in multiple ways ;0)

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    The Easter bunny stopped by overnight and seems to have decided to just stick around.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    The Easter bunny stopped by overnight and seems to have decided to just stick around.
    I was going to say nice rabbit but they kinda all look nice. We did have one ugly rabbit, also had a fairly dark personality too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Happy Bunday

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    My dog loves those

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    I was going to say nice rabbit but they kinda all look nice. We did have one ugly rabbit, also had a fairly dark personality too.
    Ours has the sweetest, most loving personality of any pet we've ever had.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Ours has the sweetest, most loving personality of any pet we've ever had.
    We've had all sorts. In total I think we've had seven rabbits I think, maybe eight. Usually two or three at a time. Really struggling to find pictures here but this is a small one of Poppy:Name:  poppy.jpg
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    They lived outside, I can't remember why she was in the house. We should have more pictures but I don't know where they are.

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    And here is Cheeky (right) and B.J. My wife has loads of these rabbits, but B.J. is the biggest. He's a total boss! ;0)

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    That's just sick ;0) Bunny says 'Naaaa'

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    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    ^ Looks more like the bunny sprouted wings and flew away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Aww. that's so sad.

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    I actually think this picture is of an owl or hawk or eagle or a crow that was hopping through the snow and then took off. The wings are lined up too perfectly for it to be a kill scene unless somebody has a video o the encounter.

    If it was a kill, there would be smearing on the snow from the bird dragging it's catch away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    I actually think this picture is of an owl or hawk or eagle or a crow that was hopping through the snow and then took off. The wings are lined up too perfectly for it to be a kill scene unless somebody has a video o the encounter.

    If it was a kill, there would be smearing on the snow from the bird dragging it's catch away.
    I agree it does look like that. However a strong raptor such as a Redtail Hawk, Great Horned Owl or any eagle has the ability to pounce and then fly away all in one action. Your theory although feasible may not be what happened here. If it were a bird walking along and then flying there would most likely be wing marks throughout the tracks. Larger birds without webbed feet use their wings to balance in deep snow as they walk. So my conclusion is that it is a large raptor that pounced on something then flew away. Although it being a rabbit I'm not convinced of that. The prints look more rodent like. A squirrel perhaps, which would further explain an easier fly away with a lighter victim.
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I agree it does look like that. However a strong raptor such as a Redtail Hawk, Great Horned Owl or any eagle has the ability to pounce and then fly away all in one action. Your theory although feasible may not be what happened here. If it were a bird walking along and then flying there would most likely be wing marks throughout the tracks. Larger birds without webbed feet use their wings to balance in deep snow as they walk. So my conclusion is that it is a large raptor that pounced on something then flew away. Although it being a rabbit I'm not convicted of that. The prints look more rodent like. A squirrel perhaps, which would further explain an easier fly away with a lighter victim.
    That makes sense.

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    Yeah, not a rabbit, I'll go with that. We had rabbits and snow and the tracks don't look like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    Yeah, not a rabbit,
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    It's a Bungie! Yay

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    I agree it does look like that. However a strong raptor such as a Redtail Hawk, Great Horned Owl or any eagle has the ability to pounce and then fly away all in one action. Your theory although feasible may not be what happened here. If it were a bird walking along and then flying there would most likely be wing marks throughout the tracks. Larger birds without webbed feet use their wings to balance in deep snow as they walk. So my conclusion is that it is a large raptor that pounced on something then flew away. Although it being a rabbit I'm not convinced of that. The prints look more rodent like. A squirrel perhaps, which would further explain an easier fly away with a lighter victim.
    I would think though that he would have hit the letters when he swooped in.
    Low and slack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fuzzle View Post
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    That's Snowy. An albino rabbit we had. It's not a flash effect, his eyes were actually that colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    That's Snowy. An albino rabbit we had. It's not a flash effect, his eyes were actually that colour.
    Do English rabbits talk in an English accent, too?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Do English rabbits talk in an English accent, too?
    I wouldn't know, I live in Scotland.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Pig View Post
    I wouldn't know, I live in Scotland.
    To save me from another post here, you could have said, "Perhaps, but mine speak in a Scottish accent".

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    Low and slack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    To save me from another post here, you could have said, "Perhaps, but mine speak in a Scottish accent".
    You could have saved yourself two posts by not asking the stupid question in the first place?

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    This one I just spotted was a newborn. Not much bigger than my hand.



    Quote Originally Posted by targnik View Post
    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    Our wild rabbits are a bit darker. You see loads of them this time of year. Young rabbits have no sense and run around in the open, so you get to see them. Unfortunately the foxes see them too..

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    Quote Originally Posted by DIRTJUNKIE View Post
    This one I just spotted was a newborn. Not much bigger than my hand.




    It might be an adult. We have little Cotton Tails here in the states that don't get bigger than your hand.
    They're all over here in the desert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ericmopar View Post
    It might be an adult. We have little Cotton Tails here in the states that don't get bigger than your hand.
    They're all over here in the desert.
    No, this is definitely a baby Cottontail just born in the last month or so. My area is over populated in Cottontails as well as Jackrabbits. Spring time brings forth the little ones who grow quickly and by August these little guys will be the size of adult Cottontails.

    I'm familiar with Desert Cottontails who are definitely dwarfed in size at adulthood, compared to their normal sized cousins. It's all about genetics and food available and consumption. The desert ones eat way less and can survive on way less than their cousins. Which results in a dwarfed size at adulthood.
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Man Builds Little Cart So His Rabbit Can Bring Him Beer


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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
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    Wow, what is this world coming to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hawg View Post
    Wow, what is this world coming to?
    According to this video It's getting better.
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    So I shoot off all full of bravado, hit this wee booter - grabbing some air, then I land - leading into a greasy rut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cyclelicious View Post
    Man Builds Little Cart So His Rabbit Can Bring Him Beer
    That is so fake! He's just stuck some food to the handle so the rabbit will climb up to get it. Rabbits are tea-total so no way a rabbit will voluntarily bring you beer, it's against their principals.

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