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Friday, May 15, 2015

Peppermint


See my ears pointing up? It means when I disapprove, you will not able able to disrupt disapproval stability for long. No matter what treats you apply, disapproval will naturally return to its proper state.

- Thank you Ken!

PS: Peppermint was rescued by Brambley Hedge Rabbit Rescue, where Ken is a volunteer. You can follow Peppermint on bunspace at: http://www.bunspace.com/view_bunny?bunid=24524

8 comments:

  1. and we wouldn't have it any other way,xx Rachel

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  2. A bunn and a couch...what could be better? Oh, yes, the part about them letting you share it with them, and, of course, the part about all livingness having the same opportunity to live out its own definition of joy. RG, as a theoretical mathematician and Earth Day mentor, I think this little prodigy is worth your attention. We all have a real interest in disapproval equilibrium.

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  3. You know what, Peppermint? Although Ken really captured your beauteous disapproval perfectly, and Mr. Bun posted it for all to see, you and all of your fellow lagomorphs that show up here have caused me to truly miss the hard slog in the tarpits and the daily *in-person* glares and reprimands of bunnies. We've missed our little Kohl for quite some time, but it's looking like my husband and I might need to adopt another bunny :D
    -Jen (Kohl's mom)

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  4. This rabbit is ready to join any family and disapprove of it.

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  5. Disapproval instability is one of the great mathematical paradoxes of all time. How Disapproval can be so steadily shown forth, yet seem to be always on the edge of something more. The greatest ones who attempted to form the equations and create the theorems were left scuttling off to the Pits with drool running down their chins.

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  6. Jen, That is wonderful news. See you at the tar pits. AJ

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  7. Peppermint was marked as aggressive by the Humane Society and treated as unadoptable. Brambley Hedge stepped in and I met her. She hopped right over and gave me a nose bonk. Bunnies need bunny people, nothing against the Humane Society, they are the front lines in animal rescue. So, even though Peppermint can throw disapproval with the best of them, she is also a ...... cuddle bunny Peppermints Dad : )

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    1. Perhaps they have watched too much Monty Python. Glad that you understand her.

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