Waiter! There’s a bunny in my cup!
“Yessir, that’s our signature dish, ‘#1 bun-inna-cup,’ ready for you to take home.”
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WOW! How ah-DOR-able! What a lucky little critter!
Waiter: “SHHH, or EVERYBODY will want one!”
You mean, “Waiter, there’s a hare in my soup”, right?
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GROANNNN – you just made the palate cleanser into a dad joke. +5/17s of a point.
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At least I didn’t get negative points.
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Baby rabbits are competent to be on their own when they’re astonishingly tiny. We live on a quiet suburban cul-de-sac near a belt of woods, and rabbits are pretty common in the area. I was out walking one chilly, rainy night and happened to notice a small shape near the curb,. It turned out to be a soaking-wet little rabbit, alive but I think in shock from exposure. It couldn’t have been more than 4 inches from nose to tail in the palm of my hand. I couldn’t take it into the house (multiple cats!), so I put it under thick undergrowth in an overgrown corner of our yard, where it would at least be out of the rain. I’ve often wondered if it revived.
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