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>Headline – #1290


Feral rabbits preparing to pounce on unsuspecting consumer’s wallet

“We’ve been noticing an increase in cases of this nature” reports PC Trevor Plod

“It always happens at this time of year and to be honest, we’re stumped. The typical case is of a male citizen accompanied by his female partner whereupon  foil-covered replicas of small mammals of the Leporidae family will suddenly leap unassisted into the shopping basket and burrow down among the groceries and the first thing that the male notices is that they have infested the living quarters and his bank account is lighter by a considerable amount”

“We’ve also noticed that it’s a seasonal infestation, as they magically disappear after Easter only to reappear in greater numbers the following year. The recent hard winter doesn’t appear to have had any affect on their breeding patterns at all. In fact, they breed like rabbits, which is of course what they are…”

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6 thoughts on “>Headline – #1290

  1. >Another headline: Rising Cocoa Prices May Leave Chocolate Fans Bitter.But they are irresistible, with or without curmudgeonly comments, especially when they come nicely presented as in this shot.

  2. >Hmm! Which do I prefer, the "real" ones or those pictured here? As a kid, I would have preferred one that's hopping around, but "when I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a woman, I put away childish things" (I Corinthians 13:11). So the obvious answer is…the chocolate bunnies. Can't beat good chocolate!!

  3. >Great colors!

  4. >I'm not an Easter candy fan but this is a real cutie today. Do you bite the ears off first JB?V

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