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#233610 24-Apr-2018 14:33
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This doesn't qualify as an epic video. Apart from that I have just always wanted to start a topic with this title. Anyway, the bunny is awfully cute. Other than that there is no reason whatsoever for this post.

 





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  #2001722 24-Apr-2018 15:49
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Both the animal and the flower are delicious if cooked correctly.





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  #2001733 24-Apr-2018 16:00
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You can make wine from dandelions. But not from bunnies.

 

 





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  #2001746 24-Apr-2018 16:13
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If you drink dandelion wine you won't be able to shoot straight enough to harvest bunnies!





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  #2001750 24-Apr-2018 16:20
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I have tried dandelion wine once,  the thought still terrifies me. 





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  #2001879 24-Apr-2018 19:38
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Dandelion and Burdock Mead with a beautifully prepared rabbit is divine! Sadly the mead is very hard to find in Europe nowadays.

 

Rabbit although now a "protest meat" is still an excellent meat if hung and prepared correctly. What puts most people off I believe, is that a rabbit looks so skinny compared to a chicken. But an excellent tasty meat nonetheless.

 

 

 




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  #2001886 24-Apr-2018 19:50
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I'll stick to the wine, thanks.

 

 





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  #2001903 24-Apr-2018 20:33
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I came from a farm. We shot rabbits. My Dad uprooted a nest while mowing. (not  lawn mower. Thats not a lawn mower...THIS IS A LAWN MOWER Crocodile Dundee) killed them all, except one. Tiny. We fee=d it milk from a dolls bottle, Berty Germ was his name. Loved flowers like this


 
 
 
 


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  #2002147 25-Apr-2018 11:30
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Yes, I have eaten rabbits too. very tasty. But I also have a friend with pet bunnies. Very cute, gorgeous fur, and I couldn't eat him.

 

Without the heads and skin, yes, then it's just a corpse. Intact? I never could bring myself to murder anything, geese, bunnies, sheep whatever....


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  #2002152 25-Apr-2018 11:43
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We used to eat bunnies when we were living in Aus and trying to save to buy our first home.  They were $2 each at the markets, skinned and gutted - about 1/3 of the price of a chicken at the supermarket, and more-or-less interchangeable.

 

I'm not sure where they came from, it doesn't seem probable that they could be farmed and sold for so much less than the price of a chicken, wild perhaps.  One theory was that they came from suppliers to the akubra hat factory, the profit was in the fur, the carcass was a by-product.

 

 




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  #2002157 25-Apr-2018 11:51
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People, please. This was supposed to be gentle thread celebrating fluffiness and warm fuzzies. You are turning it into another carnivorous bloodfest.

 

 





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  #2002288 25-Apr-2018 13:45
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Those weren't bunnies. Those were psychopaths in bunny costumes. Everyone knows that real bunnies lay chocolate eggs.

 

 





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  #2002373 25-Apr-2018 15:39
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We had two bunnies. Soon became 8. 

 

 





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  #2002377 25-Apr-2018 15:46
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Congratulations. You must have felt very blessed.

 

 





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  #2002381 25-Apr-2018 15:50
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Hope Air NZ doesn't finger-tight the bolts on the self-exploding 787 engines.  Frank the bunny told me I'll find out in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds.


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