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LOL Bunnies - The Cutest Rabbit Pictures, Now With EXTRA Captions
Welcome To The Bunny Dome
These are some of my favorite pictures and captions of my bunny, Wicket, who is a one and a half year old cashmere mini lop. She makes guest appearances in many of my other hubs as well and is the prime force behind my 'rabbits as potential rulers of the universe' theorum, which states that anything this fragile, cute, yet aggressive must surely be equipped to one day reign over us all.
Feel free to use any of these pictures wherever you like, but please do give credit and a link back, on one hand, it's just polite, and on the other, it saves you from the wrath of the bunny, which is fuzzy, yet terrible.
Here Wicket is briefly overcome with the sheer joy of a well turned maniacal plan. I think we can all relate to that.
It's a difficult job getting your house just right. There's walls to knock down and chew through, paper plans to scatter about the place, not to mention floors to dig through. This project was started in May 2000, but Wicket assures me that she'll have the plumbing in on time for our 2008 Christmas party.
Some of you might think it implausible that a bunny could be a builder, but look at the facts and you'll be left with little doubt that bunnies really are nature's builders.
1) When making repairs they defy the laws of physics by managing to strew more debris around the place than there was material in your home, or indeed the country, to begin with.
2) Complaints fall on deaf ears.
3) Attempts to hurry the situation along often end in grunting, foot thumping, and inappropriate urination/defecation about your home.
Apologies to Kellis on this one, but she really shouldn't build a bunny's hopes up as she did with her song 'Milkshake' where she announced:
The boys are waiting
My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard.
Being a house bunny, Wicket was excited to check out the yard and party on down with milkshakes and boys. As is plain to see, this partiuclar yard was devoid of both elements, leading to extreme bunny dissapointment. And you shouldn't dissapoint a bunny, you wouldn't like a bunny when s/he is disappointed.
Socks are not a gift. Wicket favors the direct method of teaching this lesson.
Naturally, bunnies have superpowers, in this case we see the rabbit's natural doom eye lazer ray. This ray allows intense beams of disgruntlement, derision, and dissaproval to be focused on the unsuspecting victim.