The poor thing clearly has some sort of condition. One that made his entire body break out into tiny pink donuts. Or those little pink and yellow gummy rings, very seasonal, and probably pretty tasty, but if you’re covered with them, you might want to see a specialist.
In the last scene of the movie adaptation of the Life and Times of the Easter Bunny, EB turns into little sparks and drifts away after bequeathing his massive cosmic powers upon his successor. This is like 30 seconds before then, when it looks like he has a really bad case of magical mange.
The Easter…it hurts. Just…put me out of my seasonal misery :(
Some people have pets. Some people kind of look like their pets.
Some people build an alternative lifestyle around their pets.
Both bunny and little girl have the best stunned expressions on their face.
Girl: “I’m plunging forward into adulthood. Perhaps I can hold it off for just one more day–polka dots and cartoony accessories keep old age at bay, maturity can be warded off by pink skirts and doily collars and cuddly stuffed animals. I shall take my last stand today, in my time of greatest power, Easter! Youth should burn and rave at closing of the day!”
Bunny: “Why am I tied to this kid? Why? This bow’s like a tourniquet here! Oh god, she’s lurching forward, I’m gonna hurl–”
Enough bunnies. Have a duck.
Have a brave duck, a duck that knows where it stands on the issues.
Really, what’s more outrageous than a mallard?
Crusty sparklebunny from Goodwill in Round Rock, Girl with Bunny Ears from Savers in South Austin, Outrageous Duck from Goodwill near Anderson Mill on 183, Austin