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War bunnies

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 2:26 pm
by revsleestaxx
War bunnies

They were tired of the ridicule. They were tired of the explotation.

To not look conspicuous in the beginning they just gathered in small groups.

But their best brains had given them a number. A population count that would assure their victory and they had reached it.

It was time to fight, it was time for war.

The hares, rabbits and bunnies armed themselves and gathered. They were going to take over the world.

They gathered outside the edge of a small town on the back forty of Mr. Wilsons farm.
They attacked.

Where were you when the revolution started?

Re: War bunnies

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 3:06 pm
by strawman
Why would they start at Mr. Wilson's farm? I thought Mr. Magregor.

Re: War bunnies

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 5:53 pm
by ROU Killing Time
strawman wrote:Why would they start at Mr. Wilson's farm? I thought Mr. Magregor.
McGregor is already rabbit chow.

Re: War bunnies

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2009 10:46 pm
by revsleestaxx
strawman wrote:Why would they start at Mr. Wilson's farm? I thought Mr. Magregor.
I never liked mr wilson he was all very progressive with his earth friendly farming and cattle handling. plus i think he is the bastard that put all those cats and dogs on the property before i bought it.

Re: War bunnies

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:15 pm
by ROU Killing Time
revsleestaxx wrote:
strawman wrote:Why would they start at Mr. Wilson's farm? I thought Mr. Magregor.
I never liked mr wilson he was all very progressive with his earth friendly farming and cattle handling. plus i think he is the bastard that put all those cats and dogs on the property before i bought it.
Once sentence of back story and now I don't even like Wilson anymore, that tree-hugging bastard. I continue to be jealous about how naturally your prose flows and how you paint such vivid pictures with your economical writing style.

Weird Wild Stuff. Keep it a'comin

Re: War bunnies

Posted: Thu Sep 24, 2009 7:31 pm
by revsleestaxx
ROU Killing Time wrote:
Once sentence of back story and now I don't even like Wilson anymore, that tree-hugging bastard. I continue to be jealous about how naturally your prose flows and how you paint such vivid pictures with your economical writing style.

Weird Wild Stuff. Keep it a'comin
Thanks