November 9th, 2019

Arwen and Fizz

Dandy's Journal revisited

15 years ago today, Dandy was looking back at achievements.





Some thoughts on our progress
Nov. 9th, 2004 at 11:45 AM

Well...

We have done a great deal, but we need to do more. We have formed Bunny-mint, and this has had some really good results. Buns are better fed, have more treats, more toys, and for the most part have better care from the 2-foots. Merry has also been elected Pres-I-dent, so I'm sure that she will shortly be doing lots of good things too.

There is something else we need to think about though. If we are going to take FULL control, we need to think of ways of keeping the 2-foots in their rightful place, that is, with us serving our every need.

We already have some good punishment ideas for them, such as sending them to the pub, and the old favourite poo in the shoe, but we really need to come up with some new ideas so that we can continue to keep them guessing. What do you think everybun, any suggestions?
Current Mood: determined determined
Current Music:Steve Earle - The revolution starts now

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Comments

merridoe
Nov. 9th, 2004 01:59 pm (local)
Punishment
I think the Poo in a Shoe is a good idea, but I usually don't have extra squishy poos. I'm thinking that chewing the 2foots best shoes might be good...

hippityhops
Nov. 9th, 2004 07:03 pm (local)
Our personal favorite is the hay scatter. It's so funny to see mom cleaning up all the hay as we toss more around. The bowl toss is also a fun one, and gets their attention.

merridoe
Nov. 9th, 2004 09:51 pm (local)
Oh, yes! How could I forget the hay scatter! And I always use the bowl toss when I'm hungry or bored.

Bunnybunny
Nov. 10th, 2004 04:14 am (local)
Rightful places
Yes, poo in the shoo, thumping and chewing on important papers (we had to sign them of course!) were some favorites of Lady Bunny and myself.
But the best method was when we felt our 2-foots had stayed up too late watching the light up box and not letting us start our midnight frolics.
Lady and I would sit in front of the light up box, with our ears down and stare at our 2-foots. This disturbed them enough that they would retreat to their room and hide. We know this worked because we overheard them talking about how unnerving it was to get "the bunny stare".

Bunka Baby was usually already flopped out and snoring in the corner, so she wasn't any help.



Percy, Rosie and Dandy
Nov. 10th, 2004 02:12 pm (local)
Spraying them with wee works well. But it's only worth doing if you're a buck who hasn't been de-baubled, or who was de-baubled quite recently. That way it REALLY smells bad and they have to go and change their clothes. It's a good way to stop the 2 foots going out!
  • Current Music
    My 2-Foot's shadow.