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    The First 30 days of a Rabbit

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    I've heard the appropriate internetical response is ummmmmmmmmmmmm............




    .................Squeeeeee?

    I want one that stays the size of the 1st three pictures

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    Last .3 seconds of a rabbit
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    I'll raise (or is that lower?) your last three seconds and give you the last two seconds of a rabbit


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seriously View Post
    I'll raise (or is that lower?) your last three seconds and give you the last two seconds of a rabbit

    RIP, Jack....
    Regards, T Bone

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    Hmmmmm, it's not quite cute enough !..... I know.... let's add a butterfly.... or two

    Quote Originally Posted by Donf View Post
    Last .3 seconds of a rabbit
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    It's a camper van with a flat-four and about 50bhp..... The rabbit's got at least 2 seconds to make good its escape
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