Tuesday, August 14, 2012

"MEN! SIGH! ....

... Can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em." - Zoey the Experienced. 
"For once I'm not the brunt of the despair."  -  RG the Listener.

10 comments:

bunnits said...

Squeeeeee!!!!! Zoey has the cutest little fuzzy ears!!

Heard that there was a wildfire burning out your way, but I've forgotten the name of the town mentioned in the report. I certainly hope you folks are not at risk.

Lalis said...

I understand... but don't tell Nader (the boyfriend), I said that. He'd turn things around and say something like how I'm the one ALWAYS napping... (hey, it's not my fault I'm the one that lives with the bunnies and watches you guys nod your heads... and get all comfy and... zzzzZZZZ

*facedesk*

Crafty Green Poet said...

Oh Zoe, what's Chico done now?

brandi b said...

To quote a country song, "I may be a real bad boy, but baby I'm a real good man..." You are a bunny, Z, don't act like a shrew...
Chico, I put up with very little male nonsense from any man, but for you, I would rub those tootsies, make you a sammich and get you a beer!!!! You handsome devil!

speedyrabbit said...

Don't worry chico is just getting ready,or though I'm not sure what for...hmmm

MatsB said...

I think Chico has been a good husbun and cleaned the dishes.

Jade said...

Don't I know it, Zoey--can't live with 'em and it costs too much to have 'em killed.

(ain't I a stinker? ;) )

anonymous said...

Hilarious picture and caption! What a joy not to be the brunt of the despair. We've all been there, RG . Speedy, why don't you take Chico on a magic closet adventure until things smooth over? It looks like he could be phantasizing about one now.

anonymous said...

Very funny comments, too. BB, what a great song line. I don't know the song though. I sort of lost touch with country and western music about 30 years ago when I stopped needing to make long drives through Texas in what we called radio dead zones. Actually there was almost always one local station playing the favorites as I passed through small town after small town. I understand that you are too young to remember the days when this hazard of the road was obligatory. Anyway, how about we sing Jade a few rousing verses of "Stand by Your man?"

brandi b said...

Anonymous, I am definately old enough to remember that. My parents were in the Air Force, stationed in Abilene. Dyess Air Force Base. Abilene. What a dusty ole town. On trips to see my grandmother in Los Angeles, before cassettes and compact disc, I remember listening to 8tracks of The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac and others. And I remember Texas being Hot, Flat, UGLY and DUSTY!!! Good Ole Sweetwater/Abilene!! Also, my parents had me convinced that Jackelopes were real. You know how hard I stared out the window for all those miles for a five point bunny buck???? I am still pissed off about that!!!
But life in Tejas did fuel my love for both kinds of music, Country AND Western...lol