Friday, 19 July 2013

Whisky Appreciates His Fans

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  1. Speedy does too in the evening,Whisky is looking adorable as ever!xx Rachel

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  2. Appreciates his fans?! He must think you are a fan. He clearly appreciates you. I bet he got that late night outside playtime. I am still hoping you all will be getting better weather soon. By the way, I am a fan of Whiskey

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  3. ...a fan of Whiskey's and yet my fan mail is returned un-opened with a little note on the outside -Bleh to sender. I just want an autographed picture. And, yes, autographs require genuine teeth marks.

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  4. Maybe Whiskey will autograph your fingers, if you ask nicely!

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  5. Fleetie! You are coming between me and this bunn. Don't you have some coding to do? All will be forgiven if you teach this bunny boy that cool song and help raise money for his favorite rescue. I have wondered how hard it is to contribute in dollars. I mean things like exchange rates...oh, yes, do you all really, just between you and me, spell "tire" "tyre"? Don't be offended, I don't really believe it. Now say something sweet about me to Whiskey before I mock you again.

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  6. Leave the bunny cool off .....

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  7. Nothing like a nice fan on an overly warm day, especially when one is stuck lugging about a fur coat. Stay cool, Whisky!

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  8. Auntie Jane, you are missing the point! (You are hoomin, after all!)

    The point of bunny sites and pages is for the lowly hoomins to post adulation of the bunnies! Not for hoomins to try to get bunnies to Approve Of them!

    So, bearing in mind the above, I just want to say what a cutie Whisky is! And such a clever bun, taking control of the fan like that!

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  9. ...And yes, it is "tyre" on a vehicle, as opposed to "tire" (verb relating to fatigue)!

    So sorry you guys can't tell the difference!

    But in the interests of hoomin solidarity, we are all stoopid hoomins compared to bunnies!

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