Wow...that is an unusual niche you have there! My fave rabbit in a movie is the one at the end of The Meaning of Life. From what I remember (it's been a long while since I saw it), that one's a meany too.
Hey, PTSD is nothing, that is listed as one of the more milder side effects alongside occassionally induced urges to spend far too much money on completely useless Amazon junk.
I have sent at least a few into a long term psychosis, one of them is said to sectioned under the mental health act! Although, in fairness, 10% of my visitors are probably close to that before even clicking.
And then of course there was the person who was so effected by the contents that she sent me a two thousand word email telling me that I was going to hell for my sins! Oh, wait, that one actually happened *
*From a hubpage about BP in which I dared criticise Obama.
I really enjoyed reading that one of yours Sufi - I remember reading it when you had just published it and I know for sure I've read it again since and enjoyed it just as much SO that's 2 views from me
I'm not proud of any of mine. Funny this thread should show up, though, because I've been working on a writing a completely inappropriate monster of a Hub that's a matter of my spinning my wheels over why it is (and for good reason) I'm not too thrilled with most of my Hubs. The ones I do like aren't all that great, so I can't say I'm proud of them - only that I at least like them.
No. I take that back. There's one that involved my throwing out all the rules (or least any rules not written into TOS at the time), and just "going wild" with what I felt like "someone ought to say" (and in as many ways, and with as many reasons, as someone could say it):
(No pictures, nothing fancy, no particularly high Hub score - just my own letting myself "go wild" with saying what I know, for a fact, is true; and what so few people seem to believe is true (because even if experts have the same message as my Hub does, a lot of people won't listen to experts because they think the experts speak from "book learning". Besides any rules about "a good Hub" or "what people want to read", I also threw out my worries about not coming across as polite or nice or modest. It's not that I'm proud about throwing out all kinds of rules (I do that all the time ). I'm proud, though, that I know that what I offered in that Hub is absolutely, provably, true - and is my "real-life" way of backing up what all those experts offer ("book learning" or otherwise). To me, that one Hub makes up for a whole lot of that 300 and whatever other Hubs I've ever written.
Written early in my time here, it is one of only a few not written for income and my one and only foray into the world of prose. Written in a 30 minute challenge, it is too short and not formatted very well, but I like it although it gets nearly 0 traffic.
One of my first hubs called "why I am scared of mice". I've forgotten how to do that bluey link. It is a true story and my usual not for profit nonsense. I was absolutely gobsmacked that someone clicked and bought.
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