Monday, March 4, 2013

SALAD-TIME CONVERSATION ...

"Good stuff, hey Zoey?"  "It is, it is.  But you eat so fast Chico."  "Mine was littler, need any help?"  "I'm doing fine."  "I didn't hear the mower today Zoey.  And it WAS a good day to mow."  "I know Cheekers - but I sure heard RG use a lot of bad words out by the barn."  "Ah Ha!  THAT explains why BL dragged RG off on an afternoon shopping trip and came back with a BIG smile on her face."
(Stay Tuned.)

11 comments:

brandi said...

Does that big smile mean a John Deere mower????

Love great dinner conversation. Aids the digestion.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

You let your bunnies hear you say bad words? You know you really shouldn't.

brandi said...

I have ALWAYS had a potty mouth. I am very comfortable using all c-words and the MF word is very versatile. It can serve as both noun, verb, adjective...and other things.
One day my grandmother, (of eternal memory) asked where I learned to use obscenities. Um, well, Grams,(may her memory be eternal) I learned how to cuss in Spanish from YOU...
That went over like a turd in a punchbowl...
Then I told her that all those years of Catholic school taught me how to cuss like a drunk sailor on payday in a dockside whorehouse run by teamsters, all of them products of ethnic neighborhood Catholic schools.
She said that she did not pay for all those years of Catholic school so I could learn to be foulmouthed.
I told her she got a freebie.

I suspect that Z and Chico (being a MexiCAN) have not only heard obscenities, but could repeat them in the most creative ways. Racer is a pirate, Winston is a saint (every saint starts out a sinner), Princess is royalty (we know how scandalous royalty can be), and Benji lets his cuteness cover up for occasional lapse into ill humor.
Don't get me started on KB. He is a CAT after all.
I am not saying they are potty mouths. No. I am saying that they are quite capable of expressing themselves in colorful ways, IF they wanted to.
Can you imagine what MY bunnies could say????

SixBunnies said...

brandi! I bet you are right about the mower! YAY!

You know what those ears do to me! I can't work all do now because I can't touch them! I'm going to get fired because of those ears!

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

They went to get soap. BL wanted to have fancy soap with which to wash RG's mouth. I will stay tuned for sure. There is nothing quite like watching two guys get there comeuppance, particularly after clearly displaying the whap wish to their females. RG gets his for language and Chico gets his for trying to move in on Zoey's food. It is too bad RG didn't use his broom to make Chico a sombrero. Chicos with sombreros are irresistible.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

T-shirts, Brandi, T-shirts are supposed to be freebies. 6Bs, I'm sure there are some special labour laws protecting those who are exposed to bunny ears.

bunnits said...

Fancy soap? Shoot, I just used plain ol' Ivory on my kids. Probably the same thing my mamma used on me.

Auntie Jane (It is official!) said...

Thanks, Bunnits. It is good to share that with BL. I don't think this is going to be a one treatment issue. And now to completely date myself, let me rephrase more horrifyingly, "You let your little girl bunny hear you say bad words?"

Michelle May-The Raspberry Rabbits said...

Hmmm...I think somebunny got a new toy!

SixBunnies said...

I love the bunny at the bottom of Cheekers' bowl! How cute! My male bunnies eat so much faster than the female bunns do! Wonder why that is? They attack the food!

speedyrabbit said...

Mow Mow down the slope merrile merrile life is but a green...hehehe