Wednesday, July 1, 2009

overheard at the manor

video

Should I be jealous?

58 comments:

  1. Willow? Stranger things have happened! Sounds pretty serious to me! :D

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  2. I think it is a cute story.

    I never did find anything wrong with your blog. Must have missed it. Makes me wonder what I might have missed.

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  3. I'm seeing shades of the Herring Merchant in Woody Allen's "Love and Death"! :):):)

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  4. Abe, my template was all messed up. But figured out it was the Chartreuse post to blame. So, I removed it and everything moved back into normal position. Very strange Blogger event!

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  5. I don't know Willow, sounds pretty serious to me.

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  6. This is adorable! Wouldn't be jealous as long as he continues calling Bunny "pesky."

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  7. Nah. I doubt you're pesky. Surely he must love you more. :o)

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  8. too cool !
    cute, cute,cute !!
    so,
    ........don't be jealous, it is just bugs bunny.

    xx

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  9. Hope there are no Jack Russells about!

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  10. Pesky widdle wabbit...is that Elmer Fudd taking the movie...be afwaid Willow!!!

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  11. Now that is one nervy bunny! I'd expect a rabbit to be long gone with a human that close.

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  12. Ha, ha, rabbits tend to inspire that sort of feeling.......

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  13. Maybe "worried" would be a more appropriate word, Willow!

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  14. tee-hee! ...yes, 'worried' might be a better word!

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  15. Sounds like a love-hate thing. As long as he can still pronounce his "r"s I think you're fine. ("Kill the waaaaabbit...").

    Hey, what a coincidence, I decided to make satays too, realizing it had been months since I had!

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  16. Awww... a bunny! Cute to all except Elmer Fudd.
    Cass

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  17. Kinda reminds me of a scene from "That Nasty Rabbit"( 1964-Archie Hall Jr. ). Mayhaps re-enacting that? I wouldn't worry too much 8^)

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  18. 'pesky' bodes well for you :)))))) already trouble in paradise...

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  19. What is it about cars and men? I think this car love business is a pretty prevalent thing with chaps, so I wouldn't worry, if I were you. Can this Bunny make exotic cocktails and delicious food? I don't think so! However, discovering a video diary about feelings for machines might have given you some special insight into the Man-Car Syndrome. We are all the richer for this insight you have shared:)

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  20. hey willow, bunnies and chipmunks and dogs and cats and fish and all sorts of animals let men hone their chops for the serious business of sharing their love all the more and better! you're more than safe!!!!! steven

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  21. Awwww...rabbits are cute until they eat your entire garden to shreds. I laugh at them, but Joe goes nuts. Sweet little guy! I love the whispering tones.

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  22. I have had some serious romances with a rabbit and a turtle who have lived in my back yard...but the marriage has survived. Now I will say there is an intensity in his voice...just a keep an eye, and an ear, on it, girlfriend! (chuckling)

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  23. hehehe...
    his voice is cool and sexy!! *to the rabbit*

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  24. I couldn't get the film to play on my machine for some reason - it just kept loading

    Glad your list of things is back

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  25. LOL! This was too cute! Pesky Rabbit!

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  26. Willow, take care, beware when Bunny rabbits cross a fellows path, danger is is the air!

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  27. That just makes me giggle! I keep thinking about Wayne's World...Maybe you should ask him if he finds Bugs Bunny attractive when he's wearing a dress!

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  28. Think no more about it willow - concentrate on that meal for July 4th.

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  29. And they called it : Bunny Love . . .
    Sweet whispering from above -
    Voyeuristic tendencies . . .
    Watching bunny, eat green leaves...
    Bunny Love. . . . they called it . ..
    Buuunnny Love

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  30. Well, I was doing fine until I read Eskimo Bob's comment, but now I've lost it. Dissolved in giggles. My husband is casting suspicious glances my way.

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  31. Hi Willow, no sound here. I will have to come back later from another computer. <3

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  32. An adorable warped moment at the Manor ... .

    I think your husband might
    like my husband.

    Jjjjj

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  33. It's all becoming very clear to me now! You love opera, you live with Elmer Fudd...you perform the "Rabbit of Seville" in your backyard each year, don't you?

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  34. Tattered, yes, how did you know? But we can't sing "Kill da Wabbit", since he wuvs dat wabbit.

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  35. funny, I'd keep my eye on things.

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  36. I thought at first that he was talking about the car! Which I thought was odd because it doesn't look anything like a VW Rabbit!

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  37. We have a pair that hangs around the Hyggehus. I just love them too!

    (At first I thought he was talking about the car!)

    Kat

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  38. I think you might want to be a little jealous. . . we seem to have a summer filled with rabbits (like this year) and then a summer with a fox (like last year) but never a lot of rabbits and a fox in the same summer. And if the fox can remember to leave the neighbor's dogs alone, then he's usually around for the whole summer. this is very funny -

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  39. 'I looooove that rabbit!'. Hahaha! Oh dear! Did rabbit know that it was being discussed in such passionate terms? Fab post. Many thanks.

    Greetings from London.

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  40. My sound isn't working and I can't listen to the video. I'll come back . . . so just saying hello, I guess. :)

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  41. the sound of his voice was so very funny!!!! it cracked me up!! jealous? only if he starts mumbling "i love that rabbit" in his sleep. hee hee

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  42. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm....not sure.

    Maybe not jealous...more "concerned"!

    :-)

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  43. You gotta love a man who will admit how much he adores his favorite creatures. I'd say you have nothing to worry about.

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  44. Doggone...my sound isn't working again!

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  45. ok - i can't top all the comments already made - funnybunnylicious story!

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  46. Yes, you should be worried, cause I know how I am feeling about my little possum guy. Just kidding, you have nothing to be worried about because bunnies are cute, but when the pesky wabbit starts to eat all your plants, the love/hate relationship will be put into play.

    So my answer is "No", you do not need to be jealous. Just get out the big stewing pot and leave it out on top of the stove and the pesky thing will go away. It will just disappear.

    God bless. And it was a cute wabbit.

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  47. Bunny love? In that case, you should be jealous!

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  48. how fun hey he loves the rabbit at the same time as he thinks he's a pesk. how's that for double messages

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  49. Willow:

    You have the most interesting and good taste post on the Internet.

    I read you every day and enjoy every bit of it. Congrats.

    Omar.-

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  50. Very cute bunny. You have nothing to worry about, Willow.

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  51. LMAO sounds like the Hubster talking to our cats and I have just learned to accept it!

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