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Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: neilep on 11/04/2007 00:26:12
Me luffs wabbits !!

me has unfortunately run them over too....two in one go once !!

So, why do bunny wabbits congregate at the edge of of a hedge by the side of the road ?..I mean..they have a whole countryside to play with !!

Do they (like the salmon) have this urge , this indelible instinct to be there....?

....and if there was no road.....where would they congregate  ?.....at the edge of a river ?

do ewe know ?...do ewe even care ?



Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 11/04/2007 03:37:21
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: Karen W. on 11/04/2007 05:05:19
OOOOH that actually sounds like a plausible answer Jimbob, as I was going to suggest it was a good pick up spot for say a, Lovely female bunny to show her ware and be picked by the handsome doting buck who is all about browsing along side the road until he has found just the perfect bunny for a mate! LOL!!!
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: DoctorBeaver on 11/04/2007 08:50:18
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

Rubbish! Lagomorphs are well known as spotters of Eddie Stobart lorries. They hang around at the side of roads hoping to spot "Matilda" or "Jessica" wending their way to distant parts with their loads of whatsits & thingumajigs.

N.B. For the benefit of non-UK residents, Eddie Stobart is a large road haulage company. All the lorry cabs are named after women. There actually are sad little people who go Stobart spotting.
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: neilep on 11/04/2007 12:56:35
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

I blame the bunnies for all the unsolved crimes in the world.
Thank ewe Sir Knight Of JimBobshire for this tender morsel of bunny wabbit data......Hmmmm...reminds of the beast that guards the cave in Monty Python & the Holy Grail.....yes yes...it all seems quite clear now !!


Thanks for the real reason too....they are clever bunny wabbits....except when they think the headlights of my car are two juicy carrots !
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: neilep on 11/04/2007 13:02:02
OOOOH that actually sounds like a plausible answer Jimbob, as I was going to suggest it was a good pick up spot for say a, Lovely female bunny to show her ware and be picked by the handsome doting buck who is all about browsing along side the road until he has found just the perfect bunny for a mate! LOL!!!


This is indeed also true...thanks Kareny !

It is well known amongst the bunny wabbit fraternity that female wabbits are not just Doe's but also  ' Hoe's' who barter their sexual wares in return for a few daisy leaves and carrot tops....standing on street corner and by the kerb !!..the dirty filthy wabbits of disrepute and nefarious gain !!...
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: neilep on 11/04/2007 13:08:39
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

Rubbish! Lagomorphs are well known as spotters of Eddie Stobart lorries. They hang around at the side of roads hoping to spot "Matilda" or "Jessica" wending their way to distant parts with their loads of whatsits & thingumajigs.

N.B. For the benefit of non-UK residents, Eddie Stobart is a large road haulage company. All the lorry cabs are named after women. There actually are sad little people who go Stobart spotting.


This is indeed also true.

oh my !!..it seems roadsides are very important for wabbits..........this must also explain the occasional notepad with entries such as ' Veronica' LL05 THP  01:29am ' in chronological order found beside wabbit roadkill !

Combine Harvester Spotting is also reputed to be the extreme sports version of this...something which most wabbits only do once !!
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: Karen W. on 11/04/2007 16:51:06
OOOOH that actually sounds like a plausible answer Jimbob, as I was going to suggest it was a good pick up spot for say a, Lovely female bunny to show her ware and be picked by the handsome doting buck who is all about browsing along side the road until he has found just the perfect bunny for a mate! LOL!!!


This is indeed also true...thanks Kareny !

It is well known amongst the bunny wabbit fraternity that female wabbits are not just Doe's but also  ' Hoe's' who barter their sexual wares in return for a few daisy leaves and carrot tops....standing on street corner and by the kerb !!..the dirty filthy wabbits of disrepute and nefarious gain !!...

Yes I believe it to be a fact..Indeed those young honey bunnies know where to find the best action!! lol lol
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 12/04/2007 04:05:15
Karen,

That is why I live in a rabbit warren.

Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 12/04/2007 04:09:52
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

Rubbish! Lagomorphs are well known as spotters of Eddie Stobart lorries. They hang around at the side of roads hoping to spot "Matilda" or "Jessica" wending their way to distant parts with their loads of whatsits & thingumajigs.

N.B. For the benefit of non-UK residents, Eddie Stobart is a large road haulage company. All the lorry cabs are named after women. There actually are sad little people who go Stobart spotting.

For whom are they spotting, Sir?
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: Karen W. on 12/04/2007 04:14:23
  Jim Bob..LOL...You Like all those honey bunnies in their little houses... making lots more little honey bunnies..LOL Good Idea.. Can I come live there with you??
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 12/04/2007 04:42:49
Are you house broken?
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: DoctorBeaver on 13/04/2007 09:00:43
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

Rubbish! Lagomorphs are well known as spotters of Eddie Stobart lorries. They hang around at the side of roads hoping to spot "Matilda" or "Jessica" wending their way to distant parts with their loads of whatsits & thingumajigs.

N.B. For the benefit of non-UK residents, Eddie Stobart is a large road haulage company. All the lorry cabs are named after women. There actually are sad little people who go Stobart spotting.

For whom are they spotting, Sir?


Animal Rights Society of England (A.R.S.E.)
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: Karen W. on 13/04/2007 10:08:00
Are you house broken?


Yes indeedy I is house broken! And very a very nice...bunny indeed!!! LOL LOL
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 14/04/2007 06:02:31
Bunnys are really the assassins of the animal world. Say a newt has a grudge with a toad. A team of rabbits will be sent on assignment from the warren they are stationed at to "make the hit". They will take what they need from the arsenal - a toad is usually stabbed with a hardened stick. Can you imagine garroting a toad? Animals larger than themselves are taken out usually with poison.

BUT the real reason (seriously, now) they hang out by the side of the road is the McAdam. The raised road allows drainage of rain water to the sides of the road and the grass and other edibles grow faster there.

Rubbish! Lagomorphs are well known as spotters of Eddie Stobart lorries. They hang around at the side of roads hoping to spot "Matilda" or "Jessica" wending their way to distant parts with their loads of whatsits & thingumajigs.

N.B. For the benefit of non-UK residents, Eddie Stobart is a large road haulage company. All the lorry cabs are named after women. There actually are sad little people who go Stobart spotting.

For whom are they spotting, Sir?


Animal Rights Society of England (A.R.S.E.)

My! ARSE? How quaint. Oh, that should be A. R. S. E. Excuse me.
Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: JimBob on 14/04/2007 06:13:33
Are you house broken?


Yes indeedy I is house broken! And very a very nice...bunny indeed!!! LOL LOL

Well, that is interesting, yes, Very interesting. Looks like I am trapped by my cupidity. I can only quote May West: "Why don't you call me sometime?" And paraphrase the Bible, Forgive me Lord, for I know not what I have done.


Title: Why Do Bunny wabbits Congregate At The Side Of the Road ?
Post by: Karen W. on 15/04/2007 04:39:02



Are you house broken?


Yes indeedy I is house broken! And very a very nice...bunny indeed!!! LOL LOL

Well, that is interesting, yes, Very interesting. Looks like I am trapped by my cupidity. I can only quote May West: "Why don't you call me sometime?" And paraphrase the Bible, Forgive me Lord, for I know not what I have done.





LOL..quote Mae again.."I generally avoid temptation unless I can't resist it"..   LOL... "So many men so little time"...LOL...Seriously wasn't she great!! LOL I loved mae west!!!