This could get ugly.
Oh boy! Revenge is never a good option.... :O)
Oooooer your girlie is much more evil than mine. ;)
Boil when you can Broil-? rabbit when there are lambs? well- OK, but just this once...Thanks!
in for a fight? Not that!
For my (much) younger readers who may not have seen the film . . . the allusion is to the Glenn Close/Michael Douglas film "Fatal Attraction"(mid 1980's) which earned Glenn Close and all Rejected Vengeful Mistresses since, the soubriquet "Bunny Boiler."
Oh my goodness, a sinister Fatal Attraction.The Bunny didn't have a chance. Clever MF.
Ooh, sweetness and light is covering up a black heart. This could be a clip from a horror movie.Good one.Oh, in response to your profile description, I, also, start every sentence with a capital letter, no mattter what the medium!
Oh, how looks can deceive!! I love it! Great horror movie indeed! Enjoy your week!Sylvia
poor bunnies - they're so useful for revenge :)
Suddenly I'm hungry...Pearl
Yikes! The bunny got the short end of things yet again. Very funny!
Eyew!Poor bunny :O)
After that movie, I could never look at bunnies, or Glenn Close, the same again. Interesting one!
Long Time no see My Friend..She's having Coney for dinner eh?
Okay, you took a decidedly evil twist with this one-poor bunny...
Yikes, poor bunny.
I can see a Glenn Close resemblance. Horrible thing done to the bunny. Wonder if she made stew later.
Well, you would think that butter wouldn't melt in her mouth. She's so darn cute...and evil! I like it!~Jean
Well, I guess if you're going to drown a bunny you may as well cook it afterwards! LOLHave a great week. Cheers!
And Horrid Big Sister has such a pleasant affect, doesn't she?:)
"Bring the dog, I love animals ... I'm a great cook."
Oh my! I never thought about cunicide! This is hilarious! And given your Pythonesque photo, absolutely on target!
Doctor FTSE, you must be my evil twin brother. I was also going to drown a bunny in mine, but shied away from such horror. As the good twin, my thoughts always run to sunshine, treacle, and violets. But now I have found you, I will hunt you down. Non-violently, of course.
You could always drown the bunny in treacle, wearing little woolly socks and a gingham apron, humming soft melodies..that way it presents a cosy scene and you get the killing done ( unnoticed!)
Thanks one and all! And to Stony River for the excellent picture-prompt.
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