Note: The next My Real Memoir episode will be posted tomorrow.
:-)) A good way teaching the youngsters, Easter bunnies are not playtoys. 😉 Thank you for sharing this funny clip, Mitch! Have a nice week! Michael
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You too, my friend!
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what a hoot.. had to watch it a few times.. thanks!
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Haha. The look on the baby’s face!!! Haha.
LOL! Sneaky little thing!
Oh, no, that’s just MEAN! I certainly hope Mummy replaced the stolen cookie.
That’s it. I have now seen everything. Thanks, Mitch!
Wow, now that’s a lesson in sharing! Thanks for levity, needed it after reading headline news… bunnies unite! 🐰
Hi Mitch, I couldn’t find your last post about Alice. I’m glad she found people who could help her.
Shaily, you must have seen that post when I accidentally hit “publish” yesterday and then immediately rescheduled it for 11:30 this morning (my time). Thanks for asking!
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I love it, and yeah, that’s a rabbit for you (I had rescued bunnies!). Love it! it’s odd that people think rabbits are pets for children…they can be pretty aggressive and they really need to be handled with care and they require a like amount of care as well.
You can only hope the rabbit returned a few minutes later with a basket for the kid!
;>) Oh, I’m sure he did, Ann.
Another childhood fantasy ruined. Next you’re gonna tell me there’s no tooth fairy. 😦
Oh, there is, but she steals healthy teeth. Sorry to burst yet another bubble.
As soon as I posted that comment I realized there’s a Netflix series that had that as the second episode — creepy! We didn’t continue to watch.
One more reason to dislike rabbits, easily my least favorite animal.
Really? I love rabbits, including the wild ones that live on our property. Our first “child” was a lovable little Holland lop. https://mitchteemley.com/2019/02/18/how-animals-teach-us-to-be-human/
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I have a contentious relationship with rabbits, from the escape artist pet bunny of the neighbor kids I used to babysit, to the only animal that ever injured me the summer I worked as a seasonal zookeeper, to the garden raiders whose nests in my yard have caused long-term injury to my dog. Yes, they’re cute, and their noses wiggle, but I am definitely not their biggest fan.
Sorry to hear about your bad experiences, Sarah. Blessings.
But, I have never had one steal a snack out of my hand. That was pretty cute.😊
Tee hee the early wabbit gets the carrot 🥕
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Thanks for this cute and funny post!
That was smooth😂
I hope that you had been reasonably well and upbeat in the first quarter of 2021.
In the spirit of Easter, I would like to wish you “Joyeuses Pâques!”
I hope that you have had a lovely Easter weekend! Did you manage to do something special or unusual?
Speaking of what I have got myself occupied in, I have stayed up till very late in the last few days to complete some new graphics and eye-catching animations plus more pertinent information for my special Easter post entitled “Easter in Modern Multimedia Perspective“, which you can easily find at the Home Page of my blog, as it is currently the Featured Post. You can also access the post directly at https://soundeagle.wordpress.com/2015/04/11/easter-in-modern-multimedia-perspective/
You are very welcome to peruse the extended and updated post at your earliest convenience. I would be delighted if you could kindly submit your feedback to my said post, as I am very keen and curious to know what you think or make of it.
I would like to inform you that these animations will only be visible when you visit my blog and view its contents in situ. Hence, it is prudent to refrain from viewing my blog in the WordPress Reader, which tends to ignore or strip away some styling and formatting components, and also fails to display animations, all of which are aplenty in my posts and pages, which will look very different and even improper or amiss in the WordPress Reader.
In particular, scroll down to the end of my said post entitled “Easter in Modern Multimedia Perspective” to watch the complex animations under the heading “Related Articles 📰 with Animations”. Please enjoy!
May you find April very much to your liking and highly conducive to your writing, reading, thinking and blogging about whatever topics that take your intellectual fancy, seduce your gustatory pleasure or tickle your spiritual delight!
I’ll check it out, SE!
Thanks for ‘Bad Easter Bunny, Bad!’, Mitch Teemley!
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