White Rabbit on a Bed of Lettuce

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Don’t let the cute fluffiness fool ya!

They do that, these cute creatures of the night. They lull you into a false sense of security so that you have to hold them and cuddle them and smooch with them and tell them – well, tell them anything really – it’s between you and them. And then, after all that… and then… and then they get you. By the jugular!

Vampyre Bunnies are everywhere this February. Between now and the Fourteenth – Vampyre’s Day – keep your eyes peeled – or else they will be on to you.

I can’t believe it.

February already.

The signs, though, are starting to appear.

White Rabbits for February! The nice ones, mind.


 

28 comments on “White Rabbit on a Bed of Lettuce”

  1. I’m not a fan of rabbits, nasty little buggers – I took my eldest to a petting farm when he was about three and we were warned to keep the kids’ fingers out of the cages or the rabbits were liable to mistake them for carrots and bite them off.

    Vampyre rabbits are totally believable, as far as I’m concerned.

    😉

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  2. Not this little guy!!!! No way… He can come to my house anytime. As a matter of fact I have been feeding a rabbit all this winter because it has been so brutally cold….Bizzy( my bunny) is sweet and would do no harm….This little one can come live with me. Sens him over my way…Thanks for sharing TL….I think? VK 🙂

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  3. Cute little bunny, Tom. Reminds me of the song “White Rabbit” by Jefferson Airplane.
    “And if you go chasing rabbits, and you know you’re going to fall
    Tell ’em a hookah-smoking caterpillar has given you the call”

    Yep, don’t let those sweet little faces fool you. lol

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