Sunday, 8 April 2007

Happy Easter!


10 comments:

mutleythedog said...

Why is that funny?

Lilith said...

Mutley, put your specs on!

Lilith said...

Are you feeling grumpy Mutley?

Ratty. said...

Lilith.
I note that your Daddy has been booked to entertain Dave and his mates. Will he be doing a few card tricks and giving them a song?

Lilith said...

He will make self deprecating jokes, give everyone a free VHS copy of Pumping Iron, and explain how important it is to be single minded about psyching out one's opponents. He will probably say "I'll be back" at some point because that's always a winner. He will try very hard to appear as if he is a regular guy whilst knowing full well he is an ubermensch. It's tough for my Daddy.

Ratty. said...

OK. But please have a word in his ear and tell him to keep his hands in his pockets. Touching up a blue rinse Dorris just will not be acceptable.

Ms Smack said...

Mutley - one rabbit has his bum bitten off but he can speak and say 'my bum hurts'

The other rabbit has had his ears bitten off so he cant hear what the bunny is saying.

:)

Happy Easter Lil

Lucien Modo said...

Jesus... Baby Jesus!

Lilith said...

Jesus,Baby,Jesus!

Lilith said...

A friend of a friend sent this reply to this chocolate bunny cartoon...I think she articulates an oft encountered dilemma...

"LOL! Daughter brought me a solid choco bunny - how to eat 'im is the problem. Try to cut him, you get shavings. Tried the meat tenderizer hammer - it left dents. So I started nibbling at his toes. Little by little, he began to disappear from the feet up. The tail was a little round ball of pure chocolate. But I kept his little head intact until my ruthless daughter showed up yesterday. She broke off the ears and ate 'em. So I grabbed the chef's knife and sawed off his head. Still working on it.


Crucifixion ain't nuthin' compared to the agony we imposed on this little bun. And there ain't no resurrection either. I don't think I can take another vivisection. You've had one chocolate bunny, you've had them all. Next year - just a nice amorphous chunk of fudge will do.


Happy April, one and all..."