Wednesday, 15 September 2021

All Together Now -- Awwwww!





Okay, that's enough of this.
The drugs are starting to wear off now.
Back to reality!





41 comments:

Susan said...

My feeling about wild rabbits is pretty well summed up in that last photo.

Val Ewing said...

Love it!

Bob said...

I'll be using 'fluffle' all day!

Travel said...

Oh how sweet! Please show more bunnies

Boud said...

My favorite about the absent minded shape shifter. Too funny. But they're all great. Nice rabbit fix.

Marie Smith said...

Whoever came up with fluffle was inspired.

baili said...

first one is divine !

enjoyed the realty yes most of people live in realty and happily

the last one sounds familiar

Mistress Maddie said...

You got me for a minute. I thought was is Debs doing with all this cuteness and no wisecracking or ha ha memes?

Debi said...

" A bunny will make you happy!" my son would say when he pressed my last nerve
Thank you for the Fluffle of joy! I enjoy the "March Hare" it is like looking in the mirror!

Tasker Dunham said...

Guinea pigs aren't as smelly.

Busy Bee Suz said...

I want to see a FLUFFLE up close and personal.

bobbie said...

Bunny love!!

Sixpence Notthewiser said...

Bunnies!
One lives in my backyard part of the year and he's adorable. Yes, I think it's a boy bunny.
A fluffle? Really?

XOXO

Marcia LaRue said...

If a bunch of bunnies is a "fluffle" ... then what the heck is a "kerfluffle?" Only bored blog readers want to know!! LOL
I love 💖 that first picture ... it truly is an "awwwwwww" producer!!

Frank said...

We have cottontails and jackrabbits running wild here in New Mexico…outsmarting Wiley Coyote most of the time.

Debra She Who Seeks said...

@ Marcia LaRue -- Your question intrigued me! The Online Etymology Dictionary says that "kerfluffle" (a word I certainly grew up knowing and using) means --

kerfuffle (n.)
"row, disturbance," 1970; from 1946 as kafuffle, said to have been used c. 1930 in Canadian English, ultimately from Scottish curfuffle.

curfuffle (n.)
"state of being disordered or ruffled," hence "agitation, perturbation," 1813 (carfuffle), first attested in Scottish writers, from a verb meaning "to disorder, dishevel" (1580s), of obscure origin, probably from a dialect word based on Scottish verb fuffle "to throw into disorder" (1530s). The first element is perhaps as in kersplash, etc. (see ker-); OED points rather to a Gaelic car "twist, bend, turn about".

Alas, "kerfluffle" does not seem to have anything to do with rabbits. However, looking online also revealed that "fluffle" is a "new word" originating, apparently, in Canada. We're such wordsmiths, LOL!

Leanna said...

AWWWWwwwwwwwww!
Sooo sweet.

Bill Lisleman said...

Our daughter recently got two white bunnies for her girls. I have plenty of bunny pics and videos now.

e said...

Plenty of lols, awws, and yikes! Love that mad jackrabbit at the end! He's seen stuff...

Mike said...

We have a resident rabbit in our backyard. It will keep a little bit of distance from us but has gotten used to us and won't just run away. I was out late the other night and there it was, just sitting there looking at me. I walked by it twice at about 6 feet away. It never budged.

Moving with Mitchell said...

Even your return to reality makes me go Aw!

Rawknrobyn.blogspot.com said...

Baby bunnies, they're so darn adorable. One of my clients had some (they grow fast). The bigger ones, not so cute.

Tundra Bunny said...

How could you post that picture of me at the end? My ability to shape shift was supposed to be our little secret.... next time, I'm bringing my mace!

DVArtist said...

I love this post!!!

DB Stewart said...

My daughter had a rabbit in her teens. She named it Echo, but I called it Selma (from the Simpsons). Echo had a similar demeanor and growled like a chainsmoker.

Joanne Noragon said...

In the park, I ate breakfast every morning with a rabbit; he had grass, I had toast.

peppylady (Dora) said...

Lovely little bunnies.
Coffee is on and stay safe

Christine said...

Beautiful bunnies!

Guillaume said...

Rabbits are cute.

Cathy Kennedy said...

Debra,

Like yeah, AWWWWW - how cute! I love the picture of the little girl kissing the rabbit. That's a big white rabbit, too. I hope she doesn't follow it down a rabbit hole. Okay, I looked up fluffle and it's not in my dictionary. Are you snookering us? Okay, I did a quick DuckDuckGo and this is a term known to your Canadians and I would imagine anyone who lives along the Canadian border might be familiar to the word. Now, I wonder if any other southerns are like me. Hmmm....alright fact checked off, totally true, and so adorable! I really like the splashed painted bunny design. That's so cute. Your last two images cracked me up. lol Thanks for dropping by Curious as a Cathy today, my dear. Have a marvelous afternoon!

Miss Val's Creations said...

Adorable! The word fluffle sounds so perfect. I recently learned the a group of rhinos is called a crash. I'm not sure how that one makes sense.

Lady M said...

They are evil - pure evil. I am always rooting for the hawks, eagles and coyotes.

Adam said...

Bunnies are cute but I would never keep one as a pet

Kirk said...

It's the long ears that make them cute. Without them they'd be groundhogs.

Fundy Blue said...

A fluffle ~ How perfect. Lots of fun things here, but the girl kissing the bunny is the sweetest. That is a big bunny! It reminds me of the big white hares that hop around Calgary in the dead of winter. Have a fun weekend!

NatureFootstep said...

such a cute and sweet post. Love all the rabbits especially the painting. It is gorgeous!

Barbara said...

That was a really cute posting. I had no idea about a fluffle of rabbits. Trying to figure out how I can work that into a conversation. Hahaha.

LL Cool Joe said...

That rabbit pram sure is creepy.

We have a fluffle of rabbit's in our back garden, and to be honest I wish they'd fuck off and dig up someone else's lawn. :D

yellowdoggranny said...

Olivia wants a rabbit so bad, but they have a psycho cat and I'm pretty sure Rainbow will drive that bunny nuts..

The Blog Fodder said...

Awwww! Wuv widdle wabbits.

Polly said...

Oh the rabbits are gorgeous, especially the fluffle, they are just so cute.