Wednesday, January 8, 2014

FIREFOX TO THE RESCUE

 "Smart bunny Benji.  This is a harp BL is renting to try to learn to play.  She is good on piano and guitar so this should go well and be beautiful music.  Please treat it nicely and give her a chance!" - Nervous Norvus RG
The Internet Explorer Browser was the problem with pix - the Firefox Browser works OK and I should probably switch to Google's Chrome browser, but I do not like change.  We'll see ... and wish BL good luck.  It can make very nice music.

So this all duded up snazzy string saunters into the bar and hops up on the stool and has a beer.  He has a couple more and begins to get a bit boisterous.  After a couple more beers and some bad action, the bouncer drags him across the dirty floor, wads him up, and tosses him out into a mud puddle.

About an hour later this dirty, tangled, rumpled sad looking string comes in and hops up on the bar stool and orders a beer.  Hay says the bartender.  Aren't you that ornery string we tossed out awhile back?  Nope.  I'm afraid not!    (Heee Heeee)

6 comments:

Crafty Green Poet said...

All bunnies are smart!

I love parp music, I'm sure BL will enjoy learning and the bunnies will enjoy listening.

speedyrabbit said...

of coause Benji is smart,good luck BL with the harp,you will do fine.
RG Google Chrome is easy to use I use it all the time as internet explorer is slow,so come on in the water is fine!xx Rachel

Brandi B. said...

The music will be beautiful.
Benji will be a good bunny.

Joke? I don't get it...

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

BL, I didn't know you were a musician. I have two friends who play harps. They are wonderful instruments. You are off on a great adventure. Way to go!

Karen M said...

How do the buns like the harp? Ours never cared much for Laura's tuba.

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

Karen, how could bunnies not love a tuba? First, they could array themselves before the big flared out part and ask themselves: Who is the fairest bunny of us all? And then there is that incredibly inviting bunny hole right in the middle of the big flared part. Laura does leave her tuba sideways on the floor, doesn't she?