PHOTO OP: Cotton Tail
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Fashion Bunny Draws Ire Over Tube Hat
In a bold style move, a Wyoming bunny named Blue attended a gala event wearing one of his own designs — a cardboard tube hat that cinched his ears together. No sooner did he enter the room then the attendees whipped out their camera phones and started snapping.
“People were, quite frankly, agog,” says Laney Chipwater, who writes a fashion column for the Wyoming Tribune Eagle. “This was a formal event — black tie and gowns. To walk in with a toilet paper tube on your ears is in poor taste.”
But supporters of the fashion-forward bunny, who is noted for his avant-garde style and envelope-pushing designs, say he was within his right to express himself.
“I think it’s a commentary on the elitist fashion world in which we live,” says Walter Cain, who also attended the event. “It’s an artistic statement. I think we need more bunny designers like Blue to push back on our comfort zones.”
Submitted by Krystal Brown.
Bunny Eats Carrots Strangely
Authorities are baffled by Hollis, a rabbit with an odd habit. Hollis only eats the middles of carrots.
“We’ve taken him to see psychiatrists, nutritionists, sociologists, paranormal investigators — no one knows why he’s doing it,” said Sam Whitlock, a friend of the bunny. “It’s like he’s trying to tell us something, but what?”
According to Whitlock, they tried switching Hollis to parsnips last week to see if the message changed, but he did the same thing: only ate the middles.
They’re going to try celery next.
Frugal Bunny Saves Thousands by Clipping Coupons
Albie the rabbit never pays full price for anything. The thrifty bunny saves oodles each year by clipping coupons, according to friends.
“I’m always impressed by how Albie sniffs out those bargains,” said Claire D’Orsay, a close friend and frequent shopping buddy. “Whether it’s saving 50 cents on canned beets or getting 20% off on dry wall screws, somehow Albie always gets the best deals.”
Sometimes, D’Orsay admits, he does have to drive a bit out of his way to visit whatever store has the best coupons, but in the long run, he saves.
What does a frugal bunny do with all that extra cash?
“Mostly he just invests in carrot futures,” explained D’Orsay.
Daring Bunny Thief Eats Neighborhood Lettuce
A furry thief is on the loose in Tompkins County, CT. Witnesses say a bunny has been munching lettuce plants in gardens across the area, decimating as many as twelve backyard gardens over the past three days.
“That little rascal ate my prized European Rogue d’Hiver romaine heirloom,” said Nancy Phillips, whose garden was ravaged by the fluffy menace. “I’ll have to start my seeds all over again!”
The police think the culprit might be a rabbit named ‘Peter’ who hasn’t been seen at his job in over a week. Their working theory is that these lettuce thefts are actually a rehearsal for a more daring heist involving Mr. McGregor’s prized carrots.
Dog and Bunny Vacation in the South of France
“Rey and Cody always wanted to go to Europe, specifically France, where Rey has family,” explained Todd Garlinghouse, who walks Cody on Thursdays. “They just didn’t have the money, plus all that planning is stressful. The Groupon was a great deal and really perfect for what they wanted to do.”
The two return on Thursday and have been sending back loads of Instagrams of their adventures.
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Bunny’s Wedding Planning Business Takes Off
As nuptials season heats up, Clarice the bunny has seen new business spike at her wedding planning service, Hoppily Ever After.
The business, which launched last year, has seen interest increase ten-fold this spring after the TheKnot.com showcased Clarice’s innovative carrot garland decorations.
“Everyone wants a bunny chic wedding now,” said Heather Thompson, who works with the rabbit and indicated that Hoppily. “Orange is the new white for weddings this year.”