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The Were Rabbit?

Ian and Vicky are good customers in my pet emporium. They arrived in today with a for sale notice for some of their continental giant rabbits. Now when I say giant I mean GIANT!!

Actually I mean fecking GARGANTUAN!!!!

Big Bunny!

Big Bunny!

Click Here for Ian and Vicky’s site and their contact details should you wish to buy one of their baby giant rabbits (large garden advised!) which will be available in March.


12 Responses

  1. Good God!

    That’s not a rabbit. It’s a medium sized dog that someone has put stick-on ears onto!

  2. Are they difficult to breed… or do they breed like rabbits?

  3. That’s got to be a photoshop job, just like that one of the guy and the giant cat.

  4. Jaggy

    I know Ian and Vicky personally and have seen this very rabbit. It’s 100% genuine!

    Bigger than that labradoodle you’re buying? Thanks for fixin’ ma PC pal!

  5. wheres Stu when you need him ,look forward to his comments

  6. I’m sure you won’t wait long Campbell!

  7. C’mon Rab … admit it.

    THAT is normal sized rabbit and Vicky is a midget … right?


    It brings a whole new meaning to:

    “You wanna see a foto of my girlfriend playing with her Rampant Rabbit?”


    The caption for this foto should be:

    “Take 3 stone of totties, 5 turnips, and 8 pound of carrots … Fill the bath with freshly boiled water …. and add a stock-cube, or six to flavour.”


    “Aye … but sadly, it turns out he’s deaf”


    “That’s not what we thought you meant, when you said you were going to pull a hare out of your arse, Vicky … !!!”


    Q: “Where does it sleep?”

    A: “Anywhere it bloody wants!”


    stop me .. stop me !!!!

    ps That’s just no right, by the way … poor beastie!!

  8. I wouldn’t feel sorry for the rabbit!

    These rabbits have a level of care lavished on them that would put a 5 star hotel to shame!

    The rabbit fancy seems to have escaped the worse excesses of the way dog breeding has gone. The giant varieties like the continental, Flemish and Californian white are ideally suited to a domestic setting so long as they have enough room to exercise.

    Campbell was Stu’s comment up to expectation?

  9. Right, now that I’ve stopped crying / laughing. The one you’ve got first on your other rabbit posting is, I believe German. First saw that pic in a newspaper and for some reason, it reduced me to helpless laughter. I think it’s just the concept of a rabbit big enough to scare dogs. A caption that always springs to mind: ‘Gie’s a carrot ya bass’ (which for non-Scottish readers, is a local Dumbarton term of endearment.) And Rab, ‘enough room to exercise’. Like what, a football pitch?

  10. Some how I dont think we have heard the last from Stu once he has had time to think about it
    Personally I blame all the chemicals and stem cell research
    They could take over the world
    more sensible looking than Boris Johnson mind you

  11. How big are their craps? We would have to buy some new furniture.

    We have two smaller varieties who run around our garden. That is enough.

  12. Does Milbie know you deal in more than just hamsters
    you would need a bigger shop and planning permission to put their hutches out on the pavement like you do at the moment.

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