Tuesday, April 3, 2012

"WHAT TIME YOU GOT THERE GOLDIE?"

"Right around 7:15pm Benji - and I've cleared a space for salads - you better ring the dinner bell." "We don't HAVE a dinner bell, Goldie." "Oh - yeah - well, other than that.....""I'm comin' I'm comin' Keep your pants on ..." BL - the Salad Chef.

10 comments:

Jade said...

Mr. Mick says that a few good thumps or tossing the toys around usually get the message across when you want the servants to do their job. He prefers to fling his jingleball into his food or water dish when he feels I'm being too slow to comply.

MatsB said...

I guess bunny servants must be happy that bunnies do not bark or roar when they wait for their food... :-)

bunnits said...

Yes, thumping is always a good way to get the attention of the servants.

Keithius said...

They always find a way to send the message of "feed me now," don't they?

Michelle May said...

The food at that restaurant is always wonderful, but the service is so slow. hee,hee,hee.
xx

Carmen C. said...

Wouldn't it be *cute* if they DID have a bell??? LOL, I can hear it now, ringing ALL...DAY...LONG:D

SixBunnies said...

I bet BL's salads are worth the wait Bunsters! The sound of chewing cardboard also travels through the house and gets hoomins' attention ... expecially in the middle of the night ...

speedyrabbit said...

I throw my chew tube around and I chew my wooden pen and if that doesn't work I thump very loud!

Crafty Green Poet said...

Give those bunnies a dinner bell!

Clovie Boy said...

I sometimes think how frustrating it must be that you can't voice your needs or wants. Silent suffering.