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The first day
Sep. 21st, 2004 at 9:52 AM

The first day of the Bunny-mint was a great success with lots of buns voting. Here are the results:-

1. Flopsy Girl to share her bread-sticks with Dandy - for 4 votes, against 2 votes, so that vote is carried.

2. Ban the hunting of iceberg lettuce - for 5 votes, against 0 votes, so that vote is carried too.

3. Ban Foxes - for 4 votes, against 0 votes. Amendment proposed by Melster, foxes not to be allowed within 1 mile of buns - for 2 votes. against 0 votes, so the amended vote is carried.

Other news:-
We have set up an Em-bassy in Nuvaduh, which is on the other side of the big pond. Strider, Samwise, and Arwen are going to run it, and we look forward to receiving their reports.
There is to be a wake for Damson as proposed by Hawthorn, so we will party for the rest of the week in celebration of Damson's life.

Bunnybunny has announced the following penalties for buns & 2-foots that break our new laws. Any bun breaking the law is to be mashed. Any 2-foot breaking the law is to be sent to the pub.

Finally, just to let you know that Chance-seller Flopsy Girl is not feeling very well today. She is going to see Auntie Francis (the best bunny vet in the world) tomorrow to have her teeth done.
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merridoe
Sep. 21st, 2004 04:17 pm (local)
I may join the EmBassY if it reaches as far as Lawn Guyland, but I'm thinking of running/hopping for Press I Dent on this side of the Big Pond. I'll let you know if I decide to hop for Gov A Mint!

hippityhops
Sep. 23rd, 2004 07:42 pm (local)
Samwise here...
Tell me if you need a vice Press I Dent. I would like to help you run.

And on behalf of all of us in Nuhvaduh, we look forward to keeping you informed on the going ons out

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ORDER... ORDER...
Sep. 20th, 2004 at 12:30 PM

May it please all of my readers to learn that the Bunny-mint is now officially open for business. If I may first introduce the senior members of the house, starting with myself, the worlds most handsome, talented, and modest bun...

Dandy - Pry-minister
Flopsy Girl - Chance seller
Hawthorn - Minister of agriculture
Poppy - Minister for education
Violet - Minister for mashing
Bramble - Minister for defence
Bunnybunny - Chief military attache
Yoda - Foreign minister
Bob - Special ambassador

There are 3 things to vote on today:-
1. Flopsy Girl MUST share her bread-stick with Dandy (proposed by Dandy, opposed by Flopsy Girl)
2. Ban the hunting of useless greens such as iceberg lettuce (proposed by Poppy)
3. Ban foxes (proposed by Biccy)

We have a wonderful new Bunny-mint building that me and Flopsy Girl are still working very hard on to get just right. It has 2 floors, and a clock tower called BIG BUN.

Remember though, it is very important that if you want to vote on any of the 3 things that we are looking at, you must let us know today. Plus, if anybun else would like to join the Bunny-mint, we would love to hear from you.
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bramblespack
Sep. 20th, 2004 01:05 pm (local)
Votes
Two things plus our votes.
1) We proposed the ban on hunting any useless greens on the 15th September and not Poppy.

2) We would like to propose a wake in honour of Damson.

3) We vote in favour of the ban on hunting useless greens and the ban on foxes. However, Mayflower, Hop, Hazel and Birch vote against flopsy girl sharing her bread stick and everybun else is abstaining in case favoritism is shown...

Hawthorn - Minister of Agriculture.

Melster
Sep. 20th, 2004 05:10 pm (local)
1) I am in favour of this motion. Flopsy would be the first to complain if Dandy was not sharing and as we are setting up a fair and honest Bunny-mint our top ministers can't be seen to be having double standards!

2) I am also in favour of this motion. The 2-foots must save their energy for hunting greens we like. If they have energy left over they can use it to hunt other foods we like and give us nose rubs.

3) I have to abstain on this one as I am not fully aware of the issues. I would be concerned about where the foxes would go if there was a ban. Would they be killed? If so would we be overrun by foxes in spirit world? Perhaps we should relocate them or have some sort of law banning them from being within one mile of any bun.

Fine work for day one I think!



merridoe
Sep. 20th, 2004 08:36 pm (local)
Hi! Since my 2foots turned off the Pooter while they were away, I couldn't pop on and see what's happening on the other side of the Big Pond. Well, it sounds very busy! I'd like to vote yea for all three proposals, but I'm not sure if I qualify. You see, the Light Boxes here talk about PressIDents and CandyDates for that. I don't think we have a Pry-Minister here on the other side of the Big Pond. Of course, it's a mess here, too and the Buns should rule! It would make the world a much better place! Maybe I'll run for PressIDent!

Bunnybunny
Sep. 20th, 2004 09:19 pm (local)
1) I believe every bun should be nice, sharing and have compassion. Vote for Flopsy Girl share her bread stick with Dandy, but Dandy should share his treats with Flopsy Girl too. THAT is what we called Buniticion (compromise, compromise, compromise.) Flopsy Girl gives up something and she should gain something too!

2) Yak! Ice Burge lettuce. A consider Bun not only won’t eat it but also prevent 2 foot to eat it. Vote to Ban Ice Burge lettuce all together for Buns and 2 foots.

3) Melster’s concern is very valid. We don’t want to over run by FOX either over in the rainbow bridge or down on earth. Even I am still fuzzy about what it is. I specialized in Meow and Woof only. It is a very difficult issue. As I am the most compassionated bun because I don’t want to see FOX die, but I don’t want any bun get hurt by Fox either. I will vote to ban FOX 1 mile within any bun as Melster's proposal.

After we vote, how do we enforce the result? What if Flopsy Girl still won’t share her bread stick? What if the stupid 2 foots just won’t learn and still collect useless green? What if FOX still come near bunnies? We need idea to enforce the decisions

Welcome Dawson to join us over the rainbow bridge!
Every bunny please takes care of your health. Live a full bunny life not until you are old and retired, then come over the bridge!

hippityhops
Sep. 21st, 2004 12:03 am (local)
Strider Here, posting for all the Buns in Day Tin, Nuvaduh
1) Samwise and I say yes...but Arwen says no. She says it's smartest bunny wins. But we're two to one here...so we say yes, Flopsy Girl must share.

2) We are all agreed on banning the hunting of completely useless greens...they don't even taste good! What a waste of time.

3) We have never seen a foxes. So we're not sure if we want them banned. Mom watches a channel on the big glowing box that calles itself Fox. Is that the same? If it is, we vote yes, because the less time 2foots spend watchin the box, the more they can spend with us.

We're sorry we did not get our votes in sooner. Mom's been very selfish with her Pooter...playing something called Evar Quest all weekend. She pretends to be an elf with magic. Silly 2foot.

Oh, and we were thinking...

You have a Foreign minister (and much respect to Yoda for a great position), but has he considered establishing Em Bassys in other places? Mom says we are in the U-nited States, in Nuvaduh, and that is far from you. She says there is a big lake between us. She says that the 2foots have Em Bassys so that they can talk to each other. If you decided to have Em Bassys, we would like to volunteer for Head of the Nuvaduh Em Bassy.

Bunnybunny
Sep. 21st, 2004 02:30 am (local)
Proposal to enforce the voting result: If they don’t follow,
Bunnies will get mashed, 2 foots sent to pub
If FOX still come along,
Let bunnies thump and shout FOX (no s’where box needed).



merridoe
Sep. 22nd, 2004 04:36 pm (local)
Hi! I'm from the other side of the Big Pond in Nu Yawk on Lawn Guyland. We have a Press I Dent here in the United Buns. They're going to 'Lect a new one soon, so maybe I'll run/hop for GovAMint! Vote Bunny!

I wish everything was free here so my 2foots wouldn't have to go to work and could spend all their time with me!
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Sep. 26th, 2004 02:31 pm (local)
bunny-mint
Hi Dandy

Myself and the scruffy little one have been having a think about what we would like to do, is the home secretary position still available? If not maybe we could represent the channel islands?

Willow

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A relaxing day
Sep. 19th, 2004 at 12:56 PM

Well today, me and Flopsy Girl are relaxing all day ,as we want to be at our very best for tomorrows great event, THE OFFICIAL OPENING OF BUNNY-MINT!
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Bunnybunny
Sep. 19th, 2004 07:38 pm (local)
Are there any OFFICIAL celebration for OFFICIAL OPENING OF THE BUNNY-MINT?



dandybun
Sep. 19th, 2004 07:40 pm (local)
Celebrations
There are indeed to be official celebrations. All buns should instruct their 2-foots that extra treats are required all day tomorrow!

gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 20th, 2004 10:17 am (local)
We are very much looking forward to it. Will you also be letting us know who the members are?

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Kindness itself
Sep. 18th, 2004 at 10:49 AM

Not only am I the most handsome, talented, and modest bun in the world, but I have now demonstrated that I am the kindest. Our pet 2-foots have asked permission to go out today to attend a 2-foot bonding ceremony which is called a wedding. After very careful consideration, Flopsy Girl & I have agreed to let them go, but only because the 2-foots involved help out at Bunny Camp. and on condition that we get extra treats when we come home.

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The official opening of Bunny-mint
Sep. 17th, 2004 at 10:44 AM
Arwen and Fizz
The first full days business of the bunny mint will be on Monday 20th September. I have the following proposal to put before the bunny-mint to debate. This is my motion, that is all mine and nobun else's so there:-

This Bunny-mint shall henceforth require that on all future occasions, Flopsy Girl shall share her bread-stick with Dandy.

I propose that we debate this serious issue very carefully, and then take a vote.
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(Anonymous)
Sep. 17th, 2004 10:59 am (local)
Bread Sticks
We vote that you demand your 2-foots give you one each.


dandybun
Sep. 17th, 2004 06:30 pm (local)
Re: Bread Sticks
Ah, when you change things like that, it's called a-mend-a-mint (although I don't know how you break the mint in the first place). so congratulations, you are the very first to do it in the new Bunny-mint

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We have got them scared
Sep. 16th, 2004 at 8:51 AM

When I decided to set up the Bunny-mint, I had no doubt at all that it would have an impact, but even I, the most handsome, talented, and modest bun in the world did not realise what a panic the 2-foots would be in when they got to hear of it.

Did anybun see the light up box last night? The 2-foots parly-mint was on, and they were all running round and shouting, I have never seen so much panic!

They must have realised that we are about to take over, and they don't know what to do about it!

Keep up the good work, we are beginning to make a difference.
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gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 16th, 2004 10:00 am (local)
Yes, we saw that as well. Oh goody, we have got the 2foots worried!!!!!!

Sep. 16th, 2004 10:54 am (local)
United Bunation
Yea!
They were running round and shouting over...over F O X !! FOX!! How about Bunny? We Bunny should get together to form not only Bunny-mint, but a United Bunation. We are not only taking over the House of Con Man but also taking over the world.

Yea! Bunny Rule! Peace on Earth!

Bunnybunny

dandybun
Sep. 16th, 2004 11:27 am (local)
Re: United Bunation
The reason they were shouting fox is that the 2-foots have an expression for when they have been outsmarted, they say they have been outfoxed, THAT is why they were shouting fox, we outfoxed them!

As for the United Bunation, I think that is a great idea, but we should not run before we can hop, so let's get the Bunny-mint right first, and then we have a power base to anything we want.

Sep. 17th, 2004 10:05 am (local)
Re: United Bunation
I have often heard the 2 foots saying "fox" when things go wrong . . . and then putting flat discs of metal in the ' s'where box'.

Looks like you have them worried!

Melster

the_furry_gang
Sep. 18th, 2004 11:20 am (local)
Re: United Bunation
I think we should ban foxes....i'm not much of a fan of them after my rather-too-close-for-comfort-encounter with one

~biccy~

Sep. 19th, 2004 07:44 pm (local)
Re: United Bunation
I am a house bun. I have never seen or heard FOX before. Thanks for all the inputs. Obvious FOX is not a nice thing or creature. Vote to ban FOX.

Bunnybunny

dandybun
Sep. 19th, 2004 07:52 pm (local)
Re: United Bunation
I look forward to lots more votes at tomorrow's grand opening

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So what do we do now?
Sep. 15th, 2004 at 10:26 AM

First of all, I am happy to report that the 2-foots were punished very badly at the pub last night. They were even in a bit of a state this morning, so we are very pleased with a job well done!

Now though we need to get on to more important matters. We have quite a lot of buns now that have been given jobs to do, so I need to hear your ideas as soon as possible. The 2-foots pry-minister (who is apparently called liar - This is a traditional name which is given to ALL 2-foot pry-ministers) has a cabinet where he puts all the ideas, but as we don't have a cabinet, I'm going to put all of your ideas in our cardboard box (the special one where our drinking water is) so that they will be safe. Then when we have all the ideas safely in the cardboard box, we can decide what we are all going to do next.

Remember, support your Bunny-mint, take control of all of our futures for a happy hoppy tomorrow!
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bramblespack
Sep. 15th, 2004 08:26 pm (local)
Hunting ban
I think that we need to ban 2foots hunting greens that are not rabbit friendly. This should include all horrible plants like Iceberg lettuce

Hawthorn - Minister of Agriculture

dandybun
Sep. 16th, 2004 07:08 am (local)
Re: Hunting ban
I think you are right. I look forward to hearing your detailed proposals.

the_furry_gang
Sep. 18th, 2004 11:17 am (local)
Top-up-training!
I propose that we send our two foots to the hairy mob at regular intervals.....the hairy mob are very good at training them into the perfect bunny slaves..but after a while they start to forget about their training and their slack ways reappear.

~poppy education minister~

dandybun
Sep. 19th, 2004 01:14 am (local)
Re: Top-up-training!
Hear Hear!

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Our Bunny-Mint
Sep. 14th, 2004 at 11:41 AM

Well things are progressing well with our Bunny-Mint, we are getting lots of buns who want to join in, so it will not be very long before we can start making lots of important decisions like how much time the 2-foots should devote to us, and how often they should bring us our food.
Speaking of 2-foots, one of ours (the one with fur on the top of her head) has a birthday today. As she has been so wrapped up in herself as it is her birthday, and as the other 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) has done nothing to rectify this, we have decided to punish both of them by sending them to the pub tonight. As Pry Minister, I will have a lot of these important decisions to make, so I might as well get used to the responsibility.
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bramblespack
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:55 am (local)
Ministers of defense
We would also like to propose two ministers for defense (and mashing) from the bridge, Violet and Bramble, as they were the best at those jobs when down here.

Hawthorn

dandybun
Sep. 14th, 2004 12:01 pm (local)
Re: Ministers of defense
Good choices both of them. Let's hope we here from them soon.


Sep. 14th, 2004 09:45 pm (local)
Happy Birthday to your long hair 2 foot. I hope she is happy to have the punishment you give her at the pub!

Chief of Military Attaché. Sounds very important! I am happy and up to the task. I do have a suggestion for Minister of Education who will overlook all pet 2 foots and keep their training up to date! It has to be a bun knows much about 2 foot behavior modification through reward and punishment.

Bunnybunny
I wonder where are Bramble and Violet? I have not seen them very much over the bridge. They must be busy with Melster. How can they miss such important ensemble of Bunny-mint over existing bunny history.

the_furry_gang
Sep. 14th, 2004 10:19 pm (local)
Pebbles for Pry Minister!
I say that you electing yourself as Pry minister is unfair Dandy! I have been speaking to the miaow (who watches alot of the box and knows a thing or two about 2-foots)and she says that you have to vote for pry minister, and each 2-foot who wants to be pry minister has to talk to 2-foots on the box and make lots of promises that they dont keep so the 2-foots vote for them, so lets do it!

Vote for me, Pebbles! I will ensure that;

>your 2-foots will give you more greens and treats
>everybun will get more time outside
>you will not have to be put away at bedtime
>you get attention on demand
>you get a new toy on demand
>you get a nose rub on demand
>unlimited carrots
>more control over you 2-foots

These are all things that us buns deserve, they are ours by rights!

VOTE PEBBLES!!

bramblespack
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:23 pm (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
IS this like most bunnyticans and only loose promises that won't be delivered?

an inquisitive Elderberry

dandybun
Sep. 15th, 2004 10:22 am (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
We MUST not let anybun have a job in our bunny-mint that cannot be trusted.

dandybun
Sep. 15th, 2004 10:21 am (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
Let's get one thing straight! The reason I decided with Flopsy Girl to start a Bunny-mint was because the 2-foots Parly-mint was a badly run waste of time (yes I know they are only 2-foots, but it's a shambles even for them), so I am not going to stand by while buns like Pebbles tell everybun lies!!!

As for my right to be pry-minister, there are 2 good reasons why this can ONLY be my job and nobun else's.

1. The whole thing was my idea. Without me, there would not even be a bunny-mint.
2. I am the world's most handsome, talented, and modest bun. Nobun else has these unique qualities, no nobun else is fit to be pry-minister. SO THERE!
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dandybun
Sep. 16th, 2004 07:10 am (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
Which just goes to show why we will not let you have a job in the Bunny-mint. You do not have the ability to make the correct conclusions from the facts placed before you.

bramblespack
Sep. 15th, 2004 08:31 pm (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
Not your not. Oscar is the most talented handsomest buck bun I've ever seen...

Mayflower

the_furry_gang
Sep. 18th, 2004 11:14 am (local)
Re: Pebbles for Pry Minister!
We have told pebbles off, she sneaked on to the pc while we were all enjoying our carrots....she is now sobbing in the corner because of her rejection, and as biccy-peace-maker, i think you lot should all kiss and make up (that is if you are brave enough to kiss pebbles hehe!)

Poppy is very pleased with her post of education minister

~biccy and the furry gang ~

gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 15th, 2004 09:52 am (local)
Good for you Pry Minister

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Parly-mint
Sep. 13th, 2004 at 10:21 AM

Me and Flopsy Girl have come to an important decision. We were watching the light up box yesterday, and there was something on about a place called Parly-mint. Now the name is confusing, as there is no mint there at all (at least not that we could see), no, the purpose of Parly-mint is to make the rules that the 2-foots have to follow. Now they obviously make a really bad job of this, as we listened and watched for over an hour, and rabbits were not even mentioned once, so we have decided that we will start our own Parly-mint, but to avoid confusion, we have decided to call ours Bunny-mint. The boss of Bunny-mint is the pry minister. He is called this as it is his job to pry into everybuns business, so obviously, that will be my job. Another important job, is Chance seller. This job is to help others to have a better chance of getting on with things, so as she has always been good with advice, Flopsy Girl has agreed to take on this important role.

Now obviously, we will have to have our Bunny-mint as an online affair, as we never all seem to be able to get together, but there are several other important jobs up for grabs if anybun wishes to apply, they are as follows:-
Home secretary (to take down all the notes)
Foreign secretary (to take down any notes that are in a foreign language)
Minister for health (to let everybun know that Auntie Francis is the best bunny vet in the world)
Minister for transport (to make sure that everybun always has a 2-foot to take them wherever they need to go)

Flopsy Girl & I will consider applications from anybun who thinks that they have the relevant experience, plus, we would be happy to hear from you if you think that there are any other important jobs that you think you could do.
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gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 13th, 2004 11:56 am (local)
Bunny-Mint
We would like to join, please – now there are seven of us and we don’t mind which positions you wish for us to fill, although what is a foreign language?

dandybun
Sep. 13th, 2004 12:07 pm (local)
Re: Bunny-Mint
A foreign language is a language that buns from far away speak. If you were to talk to a bun from London for example, you would find it difficult to understand some of the things they say. I'll give you a couple of examples. Instead of saying "carrots" they say "budgies & parrots". Or instead of saying "Hay", they say "Month of May". So we need somebun who can translate this kind of thing for us.

gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:30 am (local)
Re: Bunny-Mint
Oh, I am sure we could have a go.

dandybun


bramblespack
Sep. 13th, 2004 01:17 pm (local)
Jobs in the bunny-mint
Hi Dandy,

We think we should be Minister for agriculture - that is the bun who makes sure everybun gets enough greens - as we have our own allotment that the 2foots tend and plant stuff that grows and not the big Tesco or Sainsbury allotments where stuff grows in plastic bags.

Hawthorn et al.

p.s. when does bunny camp news come out?

Sep. 13th, 2004 01:43 pm (local)
Re: Jobs in the bunny-mint
That sounds very good to me Hawthorn. You are now Minister for Agriculture. With any luck, you should see Bunny Camp News by the end of the week

dandybun
Sep. 13th, 2004 02:18 pm (local)
Foreign Minister
If you let me have their names, I will be happy to let them have the job.

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dandybun
Sep. 13th, 2004 05:43 pm (local)
Re: Foreign Sec
The job is yours Yoda. You obviously have wonderful taste as you were so quick to spot what a handsome bun I am.

bramblespack
Sep. 13th, 2004 07:22 pm (local)
Re: Foreign Sec
But not as nice as lovely handsome Oscar

Mayflower

dandybun
Sep. 13th, 2004 10:12 pm (local)
Re: Foreign Sec
...and you have no chance of a job, as your judgement cannot be trusted.

bramblespack
Sep. 14th, 2004 08:42 am (local)
Re: Foreign Sec
But then again I don't want a position in Bunny-mint. I will be forming the shadow Bunny-mint which is supposed to oppose any decisions the Bunny-mint makes unless they are good like getting me more greens.

Mayflower

dandybun
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:33 am (local)
Shadows
Once again you prove that you are not fit for a position in the bunny-mint. If you had been reasonable, you could have joined, and set up a committee with the rest of the pack, and you could have worked together to get more greens.

Sep. 13th, 2004 10:37 pm (local)
Bunny-mint, Parsley-Mint - it's all very important stuff!

Sep. 13th, 2004 11:52 pm (local)
apply a job at Bunny-mint
Can a spirit bun apply a job? A retire bun can really contribute his experience, especially my expertise on Bunny Homeland Security against the terror of Meow and Woof. If 2 foots are useless in this issue. I am your bun. I successfully protect my Lady and Bunka from the territory invasion of Meow and Woof.

Bunnybunny

bobthebunny1
Sep. 14th, 2004 08:08 am (local)
Re: apply a job at Bunny-mint
i would like to apply for the position of foreign minister, as i live in a foreign country and speak 3 languages... rabbit english and danish.... i am surely qualified enough!

dandybun
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:36 am (local)
Re: apply a job at Bunny-mint
As you live a long way away, we could give you a special job. You could be our special ambassador.

dandybun
Sep. 14th, 2004 11:34 am (local)
Re: apply a job at Bunny-mint
I think that is a splendid idea. You can be our chief military attache

the_furry_gang
Sep. 14th, 2004 10:08 pm (local)
What about us???
We want to join the bunny-mint!!

Poppy would like to apply for a job, she doesn't know what she wants to do but she is clever, cheeky, charming, sneaky and good at escaping! she'd make a great spy but i don't think they work in the bunny-mint do they dandy?

~biccy and the furry gang xxxx~

dandybun
Sep. 15th, 2004 10:06 am (local)
Re: What about us???
These are excellent skills that should be passed on to as many buns as possible. I think Poppy should be minister of education
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Sep. 15th, 2004 04:35 pm (local)
Re: What about us???
Good idea!

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Ah Sunday...
Sep. 12th, 2004 at 11:06 AM
Arwen and Fizz
The bad news is, the sun is not shining, and it's very windy outside, so there is no chance at all of going out in the garden...

The good news is, both 2-foots are at home today, and we are both having lots of fuss made of us. Flopsy Girl has celebrated this fact by doing a big poo on the floor under the table. I can't wait to see the 2-foot's faces when they find it!
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Sep. 13th, 2004 01:27 am (local)
The refresher training is obviously paying dividends!

Melster

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Is it winter already?
Sep. 11th, 2004 at 9:09 AM

We did not get to go out into the garden yesterday. The sky was grey, and we had some water falling out of the sky (that was probably Bramble crying tears of joy as she is so happy at the rainbow bridge). What worries me though, is that the days are now getting much shorter, and the nights are getting longer. I wonder if we have seen the garden for the last time this year?
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Two important things
Sep. 10th, 2004 at 9:56 AM

Firstly, it is once again time to start writing Bunny Camp News, as I need to publish it in a week's time, so if anybun has any contributions, or questions for Flopsy Girl's problem page, please let me have them as soon as possible.

The second important thing is that as most of you probably already know, Bramble, the leader of Bramble's Pack went to the rainbow bridge yesterday. Therefore, this weekend there will be a wake in her honour, and it is important that we have as big a wake as possible as Bramble was a very important and influential bun.
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Sep. 10th, 2004 10:46 am (local)
We do love to look down on a good wake, esp when it is in more than one place at once! The bun of honour always feels like a king or queen.
In fact there is usually a bit of friendly sparring about who has had the biggest wake in their honour! Of course I always come last cos I was a single bun who didn't know many other buns and no-one had a wake for me, unless you count the 2foots!

So we are all looking forward to the weekend and Bramble is particularly anxious to see if Violet's wake (and all that mashing in her honour) can be matched or surpassed!

Melster

bramblespack
Sep. 10th, 2004 02:06 pm (local)
Wake and bunny camp
Dandy, we will try to get something written about feeding 2foots. But as our mum and dad are very sad we are more concerned about them at the moment.
Could we also ask you to put a picture of bramble in bunny camp news (we'll send you one) as we think this might help cheer up our 2foots.

The wakes started but Bittersweet, Logenberry and Tayberry are still a bit under the weather.

Snuggles to every bun

Hawthorn

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 06:23 pm (local)
Re: Wake and bunny camp
I will certainly put a picture of Bramble in Bunny Camp News, and if you would like to say a few words about her and the pack, I will put that in too.

hippityhops
Sep. 10th, 2004 05:51 pm (local)
We're very sorry for Bramble's 2foots, we know how much they'll miss Bramble, and how hard it will be not to have her around. Tell them they're in our thoughts...and that we'll hold a bit of a wake over here in Nuvaduh for her.

Oh, and what is Bunny Camp News?

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 06:29 pm (local)
Bunny Camp News
Bunny Camp News is my free newsletter which is written in support of the Bunny Camp Sanctuary. If you would like to see a copy, I will e-mail one to you, then if you like it, you can go on the circulation list.

hippityhops
Sep. 10th, 2004 07:35 pm (local)
Re: Bunny Camp News
Thank you.

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 07:42 pm (local)
Re: Bunny Camp News
Send me an e-mail to bcnews@virginmedia.com so I know where to send it.

merridoe
Sep. 10th, 2004 09:11 pm (local)
Re: Bunny Camp News
Oh, could you send it to me, too? You might already have my email address from the Single, but if not, please let me know and I'll email it to you.

:)

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 09:15 pm (local)
Re: Bunny Camp News
It's on it's way

merridoe
Sep. 10th, 2004 06:12 pm (local)
Oh, that's very sad news about Bramble. My thoughts are with the Pack and with Bramble's 2foots.

I'll try to come up with some questions for Flopsy Girl's page.

Ready for our holidays

Tomorrow, we are going on holiday to our favourite resort where we stay in the 395 star Tuckerbunnies suites. We have already packed our favourite toys and treats and are both very exiterated. Oh... and the 2-foots are going to New York.


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Well am I wasting my time here? Yesterday, I asked you all your opinion about my 2-foots and the man from the allotment, and just how many of you bothered to reply? NOT ONE OF YOU, THAT'S HOW MANY!!!

It's the last time I ask you lot your opinion!
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bramblespack
Sep. 9th, 2004 11:21 am (local)
Ill...
Considering several of us are ill at the moment, including Bramble, we decided to concentrate on getting all of us better, we'll up date our journal later with what has been going on...

Hawthorn

dandybun
Sep. 9th, 2004 11:59 am (local)
Re: Ill...
Well in that case I forgive you. How come your 2-foots have allowed you to become ill, especially when they have just been trained?

merridoe
Sep. 9th, 2004 03:28 pm (local)
Re: Ill...
Feel better, everybunny!

_honeybee_
Sep. 9th, 2004 02:18 pm (local)
*looks sheepish and offers you a breadstick*

dandybun
Sep. 9th, 2004 03:43 pm (local)
Bread-stick
Your apology (and bread stick) are accepted. Are you going to send it by post?

merridoe
Sep. 9th, 2004 03:28 pm (local)
I'm still puzzled. I've been thinking about it all day! A huge Box on Wheels brought you food? The 2foot I call Mom usually just goes outside and she returns, my veggies appear. Was the food yummy and fresh? If so, maybe it's better than the 2foots normally give you!

dandybun
Sep. 9th, 2004 03:45 pm (local)
food
The food was identical to that we usually eat, so that can't be the reason for the change

Sep. 9th, 2004 04:35 pm (local)
Actually if you re-read your entry you'll see you did not ask for our opinions! You merely shared with us your thoughts on the matter, saying you could not make up your mind.

Far be it from any mere mortal (or immortal) bun to butt in - if the famous, intelligent, knowledgeable and modest Dandy cannot fathom it what hope is there for the rest of us?!

I would take it as a compliment. And next time you want our opinion ask more clearly - you know I am always more than willing to stick my oar in!

Melster

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 09:52 am (local)
Windows for your eyes?
Really Melster!

I think that you should investigate the possibility of of obtaining some of those eye windows that help the 2-foots to see better.

If you read my journal entry, the last four words are "what do you think?". I thought that made it plain enough, but of course not everybun is as handsome, intellegent, talented, and modest as myself, so maybe the phrase was a bit too complicated for you?

Sep. 10th, 2004 10:20 am (local)
Re: Windows for your eyes?
I am shocked and amazed to have to admit I was wr . . . wro . . wrong! Obviously my attention to detail is not what it was - how could I have missed that?! My eyesight has always been tip top. :(
Actually, I am sure you must have added that later . . . .

Melster

Sep. 10th, 2004 09:43 am (local)
The Tesco Man
We think the Tesco Man has been reading your diary and wanted to hop along with your treats as a bribery for seeing you and Flopsy-Girl in the fur to see if you're both as handsome and gorgeous (respectively) as your diary proclaims. And we trust he wasn't disappointed. The Ross Furry Mob.

dandybun
Sep. 10th, 2004 09:52 am (local)
Re: The Tesco Man
That could well be true!

hippityhops
Sep. 10th, 2004 05:32 pm (local)
We're very sorry. We let our Mom 2foot use the pooter, and she broke it. We've had to wait for Dad 2foot to fix it...so we haven't been on for a while.

But we're back now. And we think they were just trying to have more time to spend with you, as you are a very cool bunny.

Sep. 11th, 2004 01:18 am (local)
Perhaps your 2 foots is preparing a pilling mountain high food for you and Flopsy Girl hiding somewhere you can’t see, which required a HUGE metal box on wheel to deliver because their metal box is too small. Imaging all the food and treats you love… Drooling! Or they are stocking food for you and Flopsy for winter? It is harvest time. It sure need further investigation.

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The man from the allotment
Sep. 8th, 2004 at 8:45 AM

I can't make my mind up... I just can't! This morning, instead of the 2-foots going to the Sainsbury's allotment to gather food for us, a man in a HUGE metal box on wheels came and delivered our food instead. Flopsy Girl saw the box, and she says that it was called Tesco. Now we know that there is an allotment called Tesco, so the man must have come from there.

What we can't decide though is whether our pet 2-foots are getting really lazy, too lazy to go to the allotment, or if they have made special arrangements to have our food specially delivered so that at least one of them can spend more time here with us.

What do you think?
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gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 9th, 2004 11:56 am (local)
We think they are doing it to spend more time with you and Flopsy Girl, but then again what happens if the man and the metal box forget to stop off at your home?

dandybun
Sep. 9th, 2004 11:57 am (local)
what if?
Then we eat the 2-foot


Fair's Fair
Sep. 8th, 2004 at 10:26 AM

As regular readers will know, I have written not once, but twice about Sir Parsley who came to stay with us last week. Well he is now on his way to his next venue, but before he left, he uploaded some pictures of his visit to the diary page of his website http://www.therabbithouse.co.uk/

I think it is only right that we should feature on his website as we have given him so much free publicity, but that's the kind of bun I am, generous, talented, handsome, and above all modest.
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merridoe
Sep. 8th, 2004 02:13 pm (local)
It sounds like Sir Parsley had a wonderful time! I wonder if he travels as far as Lawn Guyland...

dandybun
Sep. 9th, 2004 07:52 am (local)
Sir Parsley's Travels
I think that Sir Parsley would be pleased to visit Lawn Guyland. He likes grass.

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Stupid, stupid, stupid!!!
Sep. 7th, 2004 at 10:38 AM

I don't know how they did it, but it was REALLY STUPID!!!

My pet 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) went out to collect the other 2-foot from work. I don't know what he did before he went out, but while he was away, all of the lights went out, the light up box stopped working, and the computer stopped working too. "This is a bit of a nuisance" Flopsy Girl Said, and I replied "At least they will be home soon to sort it out".

Would you believe it? When the 2-foots came home THEY DID NOTHING ABOUT IT!!!! We just sat in the dark until they went to bed. The funny thing is though, everything is working again this morning, but I didn't see them do anything to fix it...
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gower_bunn_gang
Sep. 7th, 2004 12:50 pm (local)
How very odd!

merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:23 pm (local)
That happens on Lawn Guyland sometimes. Usually, it happens when the water is falling from the sky and the clouds are bumping noisily into one another. Was it like that last night? I think the 2foots can't reach the clouds to fix it, but the winds usually blow them away and everything sorts itself out.

dandybun
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:45 pm (local)
No water
Well there was no water, no wind, it was nice and warm and sunny! Something else has happened though that is quite strange. During the night, a big hole appeared in the ground near the front of the house. Today, some 2-foots came and filled it in again WEIRD!

merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 08:58 pm (local)
Re: No water
That's really weird! Do you think it was aliens?

dandybun
Sep. 8th, 2004 12:23 am (local)
Re: No water
Who knows.... they are out there...

merridoe
Sep. 8th, 2004 02:04 pm (local)
Re: No water
Sometimes I think my 2foots are really aliens...

hippityhops
Sep. 7th, 2004 09:22 pm (local)
The same happens to us. All the lights and the Pooter will stop working when there's lots of water and loud clouds. We don't like it at all...that's when Mom usually gives us extra cuddles too.

And one time, in Kalifornia, the Burrow shook really hard, and the light stopped working. Mom was really scared, and made us come sleep in her room that night.

merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 09:46 pm (local)
I'm not afraid of all the noise, but I do get extra snuggles anyway from Mom and Dad! I like watching the sky light up with streaks of light.

hippityhops
Sep. 7th, 2004 10:05 pm (local)
Really? We do. We get very scared. We keep thinking the streaks of light will hit us.

merridoe
Sep. 8th, 2004 02:06 pm (local)
I don't think they'll hit us - they're waaaaay up in the sky so I'm not afraid. Now, if I ever learn to fly, I might be scared if it happens when I'm in the sky... I wonder if the Tweeties in the sky get scared.

hippityhops
Sep. 8th, 2004 05:53 pm (local)
Yeah, we think they do...we see them sitting in the trees a lot when there's streaks of light

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A new treat
Sep. 6th, 2004 at 11:15 AM

The 2-foots have started giving us a new treat. This new treat is called a bread-stick. Flopsy Girl assures me that bread-sticks are delicious. Personally, I wouldn't know, as every time a 2-foot brings a bread-stick, Flopsy Girl grabs it and runs off with it I CAN'T EVEN GET NEAR ONE!!!
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Sep. 6th, 2004 11:23 am (local)
I'd write in to Flopsy's problem page anonymously if I was you. I bet she would be quite scathing about the selfishness of the bun you are describing!! Then you could point out to her that she was behaving in the same selfish manner! Surely she would have to take her own advice?

Or if she keeps it up she will swell in size and will be too chubby to run off anywhere, so maybe you could snatch it from her jaws.

Mind you, these are not instant fixes - can you really wait that long for a crumb of ths bread stick thing?

Melster

hippityhops
Sep. 7th, 2004 03:47 am (local)
We say, train your 2foots to give her one, then when she runs off with it, they give you one....that's what we taught our 2foots to do.

Sep. 7th, 2004 10:18 am (local)
Mmmn, I like the way your mind is working there!!

Melster

hippityhops
Sep. 11th, 2004 04:48 pm (local)
We like to think of ways to train our 2foots to give us more then they think they should...hehe

dandybun
Sep. 7th, 2004 10:24 am (local)
...but then she runs back and steals mine too!

merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:20 pm (local)
I've never had a Bread Stick. Are they yummy? Do they grow in the garden?

dandybun
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:48 pm (local)
Bread-sticks
Well now I have FINALLY managed to taste one, then yes I can confirm that they are yummy. I'm not sure where they come from though. We were out in the garden today and I didn't find any

hippityhops
Sep. 7th, 2004 09:17 pm (local)
Well....that's not okay. A well trained 2foot should not allow that!

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Sir Parsley
Sep. 5th, 2004 at 11:44 AM

Back at the end of June, I wrote to say that we had arranged for Bobtails roving ambassador Sir Parsley to come and stay for a while. He timed his visit to perfection, as he arrived last week, just in time to accompany the 2-foots on their visit to Ebony Eyes for the latest 2-foot training day.

Sir Parsley left bright and early yesterday morning with our 2-foots, and Brambles Pack's 2-foots in the big metal box with wheels to go to visit the Hairy Mob, who even without Violet, managed to really lay down the law, and show the 2-foots the correct way to behave.

In general, Sir Parsley was pleased with the progress they made, although at his suggestion, we are sending our 2-foots the the pub this lunchtime to punish them for all the backsliding they did, or we would not have needed to send them for re-training in the first place!

Sir Parsley has his own website http://www.therabbithouse.co.uk/ where you can catch up with all of his travels.

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Sep. 6th, 2004 10:12 am (local)
So what is Sir Parsley like? He sounds very refined, being titled and all. Did you have to be on your best behaviour? Was he a bit straight laced? Or is he hip, trendy and a good laugh?

What did Flopsey think of him?! I saw the photo where she is checking him out!

Melster

dandybun
Sep. 6th, 2004 11:13 am (local)
Sir Parsley
Well to be honest, he is a bit quiet. He seems to spend most of his time asleep. Flopsy Girl was just giving him a nudge to check that he was paying attention.

merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:17 pm (local)
Oh, it's always fun to have visitors! And such distinguished ones! He does look a bit sleepy in the photos.

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An escort
Sep. 4th, 2004 at 6:56 AM

There is something else... Something I have not been telling you... We have had a visitor for the last few days... We are sending our visitor with the 2-foots today to make sure that they behave themselves on the training day... All will be revealed...
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Sep. 5th, 2004 11:43 am (local)
Oh the mystery! The drama! Come on, spill the beans.

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Getting Set
Sep. 3rd, 2004 at 7:47 PM

Well. Me and Flopsy Girl have spent all day making sure that the 2-foots do not forget that tomorrow they will be going for some more training by the Hairy Mob. We have pulled out all of the things that we think they might need for their trip, and we have dumped them in the middle of the floor.

There are old newspapers (for them to read on the journey)
Hay (for them to eat on the journey)
Soft poo (in case they are still hungry)
and a plastic bag (just on the off chance that they see some treats for us)

Phew, that's what I call a hard day!
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Sep. 3rd, 2004 08:37 pm (local)
A rabbit's job is never done! Good!

Bunnybunny
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merridoe
Sep. 7th, 2004 06:09 pm (local)
Good work! I believe you've thought of everything!

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Punishment
Sep. 2nd, 2004 at 11:08 AM
Arwen and Fizz
We decided that it was high time to subject our 2-foots to some discipline, as we consider that they have been slipping back into their old ways lately, so we have booked them in with the Hairy Mob for some more training on Saturday. To prepare them for this, we sent them to the pub last night for some punishment. They were in a right old state when they came home, so it obviously worked. We hope for much better things from them next week after their refresher course.
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bramblespack
Sep. 2nd, 2004 11:35 am (local)
Refresher course
We've booked our 2foots in as well, they have slipped so much since last time, and seem to be on our computer all the time. We hope they go back to their old ways once they've had the course.

ps if the Hairy Mob are still reading this, do we need to send a permission slip this time?

merridoe
Sep. 2nd, 2004 02:30 pm (local)
Re: Refresher course
Oh, can I send my 2foots, too? I know it's a long way across the Big Pond, but I hear the training is very good there! Maybe I can just pack my 2foots into a big box with some air holes and send them along...

dandybun
Sep. 2nd, 2004 03:26 pm (local)
Re: Refresher course
I think that is a good idea

merridoe
Sep. 2nd, 2004 02:29 pm (local)
My 2foots seem to enjoy the pub. I usually send them to visit their relatives as punishment... Then they seem to appreciate me and bunny ways even more!
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Sep. 2nd, 2004 06:54 pm (local)
Nooooooooooooooo, I'll be good, don't make me talk to Sue's relatives again!!!!!! Waaaaaaaah!

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Sep. 2nd, 2004 10:36 pm (local)
What's Hairy Mob?

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Sep. 3rd, 2004 10:34 am (local)
The Hairy Mob
To find out about the hairy mob, read their live journal at http://www.livejournal.com/users/thehairymob/

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Apologies
Sep. 1st, 2004 at 10:25 AM

First of all, I just wanted to say how sorry I am for not posting yesterday. I know how you all hang on my every word, and it must have been miserable for you yesterday when you had nothing to read.

The reason I did not get around to writing yesterday was that both me and Flopsy Girl were SO BUSY! We spent all morning stripping wallpaper, and then in the afternoon, we went out into the garden, and stayed out until after the sun had gone down. The reason we got to stay out for so long was that our pet 2-foot (the one with no fur on the top of his head) started reading a book, and he decided that he was not going to back into the house until he had finished it. Now as you know, it's not safe to leave a 2-foot out in the garden unsupervised, so we HAD to stay out with him.

I must say, we REALLY enjoyed all the grass and the weeds, but that did not stop us tucking into a HUGE pile of greens when we got in, and lots & lots of my own personal favourite, toast made from Warburtons seeded batch.
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merridoe
Sep. 2nd, 2004 02:26 pm (local)
reading?
Hmm. I always thought books were snacks that 2foots leave around for me as treats! Your 2foots READ them??? But they're really tasty! If you get a chance, take a quick nibble! Do your 2foots read Cabbages, too? Maybe the curls on the leaves are some strange language...

dandybun
Sep. 2nd, 2004 03:34 pm (local)
Re: reading?
We do eat books whenever we can, it is the best way to digest the facts in them.

merridoe
Sep. 2nd, 2004 06:40 pm (local)
Re: reading?
My 2foots need to digest more facts, especially about us buns!

hippityhops
Sep. 2nd, 2004 10:35 pm (local)
Re: reading?
MMM...books are our favorites too. Mom reads them constantly...so it's good because she leaves the all around the house when she done. We can only imagine it's as a treat for us.

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Another sunny day
Aug. 30th, 2004 at 9:42 AM
Arwen and Fizz
The sun is shining today. This could be a very good thing. We are hoping that the 2-foots take us out to play in the garden, as it looks fantastic out there. We are keeping our paws crossed...
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merridoe
Aug. 30th, 2004 03:30 pm (local)
I'll keep my paws crossed for you, too!

hippityhops
Aug. 30th, 2004 11:40 pm (local)
Our 2foots took us out to play in the yard yesterday. Mom said that we get to go out every night after she comes home from work. We like it very much...it's like merridoe's diggy box but way bigger!

stevolteon
Aug. 31st, 2004 01:12 am (local)
Life is good in the garden, it must be said. I spend most of my time out here, when it's not too cold. There is a downside, cats and so forth, but though I look cute I can hold my own. Plus the chicken wire helps...

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Boxes on wheels
Aug. 29th, 2004 at 4:45 PM

Our 2-foots have a metal box on wheels. Now this is a useful thing, as they use it to go and get our food from the Sainsbury's allotment, and it's also useful for when we need to go and see Auntie Francis (the best bunny vet in the world).

Not all boxes on wheels are useful though. The 2-foots were watching the light up box this afternoon, and there was something called "For Muler One" on it. What this consisted of was a lot of awful noise, and lots of boxes on wheels going down a road. These boxes on wheels were useless though, there was only just enough room to squeeze one 2-foot in to each box, there was not even enough room left for a single carrot, so they would be usless for going to the Sainsbury's allotment in! Not only that, but THEY KEPT CRASHING INTO EACH OTHER! I really hope that we don't need to go down the same road as For Muler One when we have to go in our metal box on wheels.
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merridoe
Aug. 30th, 2004 03:34 pm (local)
2-foots are weird critters! Sometimes, I think they just invent stuff to mash it like those Boxes on Wheels crashing about! They have strange habits indeed!