And safety comes first.
very nice. very nice.
Dear Ms. Sylvia,I represent the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA). My group is outraged at your behavior, attitude, and the treatment of the Chocolate Bunny depicted in your website “Mediocrity is Safe” in the Monday, April 18, 2005 posting titled “Sunny days and sunny nights.”The Chocolate Bunny in the picture was shown with its head partially and ears completely removed. Upon closer inspection by our team of animal welfare experts, we have determined that the Bunny was indeed bitten by a human. This sort of cruel behavior is simply not acceptable.If you were to see someone biting off a chicken’s head while it was still alive, surely you would consider that to be cruel to the chicken. The Chocolate Bunny is no different. In addition, I would like to direct you to U.S. Ordinance 248 Section 5(d) which specifically mentions that “happy creatures found frolicking in the sun made out of chocolate, white chocolate, chocolate by-products, cocoa power, and/or filled with any of the aforementioned chocolate products” belong to a special protected class collectively known as “Delicious Treats.” The Chocolate Bunny clearly was a happy creature as you can see by the smile on its face. The Bunny’s yellow surroundings depicts that it was in the sun. We are almost certain that the Bunny, carrying a basket full of Easter eggs, was frolicking at the time it was cruelly bitten.We are concerned about your website’s lack of animal welfare standards and we respectfully ask that you do not further harm other Chocolate Bunnies, in addition to Marshmallow Bunnies (including but not limited to Peeps) as well as other Bunnies found in the candy aisle of your local grocery store.Further unethical treatment towards animals will result in a boycott of your website from our members and supporters.I thank you for your attention to this very serious matter.Sincerely,Debbay NoseyDelicious Treats Enforcement OfficerP.E.T.A.
Is that what you call them -- reservations? How about screams of agony?Actually, judging from Sunny's expression, he (she?) may actually have been enjoying the mutilation. What can I say? Some people (and chocolate bunnies) are just plain kinky (Ok -- twisted might be a better word)...
Sunny was an Easter Bear, his ears, therefore, insignificant. Tomorrow I'll eat his EYEBALLS and his HAPPY BASKET OF EGGS! What do you think of that, you wussy bunny huggers?
His um... eggs?Well, you know how it is -- when bunnies leave little "eggs" on the ground, they aren't really eggs -- and they aren't really chocolate, either. The just look sort of like chocolate -- the taste, however, is ummmm... unique...
Whoops! He was a bear -- I didn't catch that! Well, bear eggs may be larger, but the chocolate's still a little gamey, if you know what I mean...
I fucking love you.
Imagine this kind of chocolate bunny: You bite into the head and sugary ooze comes out, and inside is a delicious gummy brain. I think the kids would just eat that up. No?
I'd crack him open just to get at the gummy brain--a fortune bunny, if you will.
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