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Friday, December 15, 2006

Lessons Learned from a Dead Bunny

1. If you leave the bunny to get later, the crows will turn it from a gory disgusting mess into a gory disgusting mess with rabbit shit all over it - and not the pellet-y kind.

2. And they will string out the intestines, but you won't notice when you pick up the headless body, because they look like the neighbor's willow twigs when they're all spread out like that.

3. And then when you go back out to look for the head in case it's around somewhere (and you don't want your three-year-old to find it), you will notice the entrails and you will have to pick them up.

4. If you never pick up bunny entrails with a stick again, that will be fine with you.

5. If you pick up bunny intestines with a stick, you will be able to see very clearly the point inside the bunny's system at which bunny shit changes from liquid into bunny pellets.

6. The pellets are preferable.

7. While making sure you got all the entrails, you might stumble across the site of the actual bunny killing (as opposed to the more obvious body-dump site).

8. A bunny shits itself when its head is bitten off.

9. You might have that look on your face for a while.

10. You may never find the head.


Blogger She says said...

Hmmm, this is most definitely a lesson I am happy to learn second or even third hand.


December 16, 2006 10:24 AM  

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