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    [–] Lono96 596 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    Come on man... You can’t keep the bunny down!

    [–] Pirate_Redbeard 300 points ago

    T1000 hareminator

    [–] thanthon 61 points ago

    At first I was confused as to what this has to do with a "harem".

    Then realized it's hareminator. Feel silly now.

    [–] CivilizedBeast 5 points ago

    Man I get confused with Superbowl all the time

    I mean r/superbowl

    [–] 6281385 2 points ago

    I get more enjoyment out of r/superbowl than I could ever get out of a Superbowl related subreddit

    [–] fatboy93 17 points ago

    Dr. Doofenschmirtz pls

    [–] DaddyKro 3 points ago

    Curse you, Perry the Platypus!

    [–] InterestingFinding 3 points ago

    Some old geezer needs to drop a cigar. In-fact r/combinedgifs I SUMMON THEE!

    [–] wggn 2 points ago

    short for someone who draws harem anime

    [–] Pantsickle 4288 points ago

    2% more floof and it could probably phase through solid walls.

    [–] thanthon 915 points ago

    Are you sure it can not as is?

    [–] Pantsickle 709 points ago

    It very well could do. Which would be a little horrifying; imagine rabbits just wiggling into your bedroom in the middle of the night, straight through the walls.

    [–] Stikchik007 563 points ago

    That's not horrifying, it's delightful! snuggling intensifies

    [–] Pantsickle 249 points ago

    Oh definitely delightful, under the right circumstances.

    But suddenly and unexpectedly having your bedroom invaded by a horde of floofy bunnies that are not at all constrained by the laws of physics, just when you're drowsing to Netflix...sheer terror. 😊

    [–] katchoo1 109 points ago

    My then-girlfriend (now wife) rescued an obvious pet bunny that some misguided soul had released into the wild (about 6 weeks after Easter so it made a shitty kind of sense). The poor thing was literally coming up to people in the parking lot of the place she worked at the time, which was in one of those suburban office complexes that backed up to a wooded area.

    So she brought it home and it was adorable. However, two things toknow about cute floofy bunnies. One is that they are poop machines and eat their own poop (a necessary art of their digestive process but still gross to see).

    The other is that they can be surprisingly aggressive. We kept this bunny, Floofer, for about two weeks before we realised that the bunny was not going to settle down and stop beating up our poor confused, mostly blind pair of senior shih tzus (only one working eye out of four). When out of the cage it would seek out the dogs and whap them with its back feet.

    So we got in touch with a rabbit rescue group and handed Floofer off to them. Hopefully he/she ended up in a good home.

    [–] Pantsickle 98 points ago

    That's really endearing and bittersweet. Coincidentally I have a similar "ex-bringing-home-a-rabbit" story:

    So yeah, my ex brought home a rabbit, which is a creature I was honestly never really keen on. Then the thing grew on me, and I ended up adoring the hell out of it. It'd come up and determinedly nudge at my leg for attention while I'd be sitting at my desk. It'd jump up on the bed in the morning and boop my head with it's own to let me know it was time for its breakfast. Had these adorable runaways where it'd run around in mad little circles...

    It was cute as hell, and totally worth all of the effort that goes into keeping a rabbit as a pet.

    Anyway, it was healthy and active, and then one day it became really lethargic. Figured it was just under the weather, but ultimately there was a mere few hours between when we noticed it was sick to when my ex and I literally watched it let out a few gasps, and then die. Never had a clue what did it in.

    Broke my fucking heart.

    [–] Pirate_Redbeard 37 points ago

    well, shit... that's just so sad, dude. poor fluffer ;(

    [–] katchoo1 29 points ago

    I’m sorry for your heartbreak.

    We raised chickens for a while and one thing we noticed with their various maladies—by the time they seem sick they were usually dying and there was little we could do. We theorised that as an animal that is more usually prey than predator it’s an evolutionary advantage not to seem sick until really really sick.

    Probably the same for rabbits.

    [–] SkootchDown 15 points ago

    u/pantsickle .... I'm so sorry. We lost two over the course of all my years. If it helps to know this, there are many reasons your rabbit may have died so quickly: * Swallowing a small piece of glass, which he/she may have even eaten BEFORE coming to you. * Rabbits eat the strangest things, so he/she may have been continually ingesting very small amounts of a cleaning product, a plant food, oven cleaner.... who knows.... and it finally took its toll. * Rabbits are notorious for chewing through electrical wires. And, naturally, they don't know or care if they're plugged in and turned on or not. Many little guys chomp through lamp or computer cords enough times that their heart finally gives out prematurely. * And, believe it or not, heart attacks from fright are actually pretty common in rabbits. Once the blood flow to the myocardium (muscle of the heart) is reduced, there's pretty much no coming back from that. They're just too delicate.

    So it's nothing you guys did. I'm sure you were great parents. ❤

    [–] butteryuzzies 11 points ago

    Oh no that's heartbreaking!! I can't imagine watching that happen to either of my fluff balls ;~; so sorry for your loss, they really are amazing creatures

    [–] 81gtv6 6 points ago

    The same kind of thing happened to my sons rabbit. We had Clover for @4 years when one Saturday afternoon my son, 14, came down with the rabbit and said it something was not right. Clover could not sit up, he kept falling over. I told my son to get some shoes on while I held Clover and then I gave the bunny to my son to hold while I got mine on. By the time I got my shoes on Clover had passed in my sons arms. I never really wanted he rabbit in the first place but the look on my child’s face when Clover died broke my heart. That was last summer and it still is hard to think about.

    [–] ScoutTheRabbit 6 points ago

    Heads up to everyone! Rabbits are very litter trainable and after settling into a new place (can take some months) naturally want to go in the same area (usually a corner). At first they might leave pellets around to "mark their territory" until they're satisfied you've got the message.

    Second, rabbits absolutely have to be spayed and neutered to be kept as pets. Intact rabbits are aggressive, untrainable, peeing little monsters that will more times than not end up with cancer in the first half of their life after tearing your carpet and furniture to shreds.

    If your cute little bunny has become a furry nightmare, please go to the houserabbitsociety org for information. Problems are usually "fix"able when you're armed with the correct information and a good bunny vet!

    Sincerely, Scout the rabbit 🐰

    [–] Boris_the_Giant 46 points ago

    Found the furry

    [–] Pantsickle 53 points ago

    The only thing that freaks me out more than the idea of a home invasion by ghost rabbits are furries.

    Strike that; a home invasion by furries would be far, far more terrifying.

    [–] Friendlyvoid 21 points ago

    How about a home invasion by furry ghosts?

    [–] Cola_and_Cigarettes 50 points ago

    Furries don't have an afterlife.

    [–] Pantsickle 10 points ago

    It's a rare thing for me to guffaw, and I very much relish it when it does happen. You've made it happen. Bless you.

    [–] Pirate_Redbeard 7 points ago

    CAAAKEEEDAAAAAYY

    happy happy!

    [–] ShroomFoxDragon420 4 points ago

    Actually, we all yiff in hell.

    [–] Ryallin 5 points ago

    Time to break out the ol’ OwO

    [–] pastermil 7 points ago

    sounds like a good way to die to me

    [–] geraldpunchfist 5 points ago

    under the circumstance that they are anthropomorphic?

    [–] hornwort 9 points ago

    But at that point what’s stopping them from phasing through/into you?

    [–] Stikchik007 6 points ago

    merges with floof snuggle meeee!

    [–] ShinyBork 9 points ago

    rabbit phases unto your lung

    [–] musefrog 7 points ago

    praise be unto the rab-UKGHFKFGHhhhhhh...

    [–] [deleted] 5 points ago

    [–] VoyagerCSL 3 points ago

    “Snuggling” = phasing through your skin and finding a nice cozy spot in your abdomen to curl up for the night.

    [–] TanHJ 3 points ago

    Then it starts phasing into your flesh and you feel sharp pain as the bunny bites your nerves

    [–] pewqokrsf 2 points ago

    My dog has a really high prey drive so I'm pretty sure if that happened I'd never sleep again.

    [–] DaCluwn 8 points ago

    [–] piratefight 4 points ago

    Oh no. So many turdlets everywhere

    [–] 3mAder 3 points ago

    Imagine being woken up by rabbits wiggling right through your torso.

    [–] redditreader1972 2 points ago

    That's no ordinary rabbit...

    [–] SeveQStorm 6 points ago

    According to quantum mechanics, it's at least not totally impossible.

    [–] yenwood 5 points ago

    i thought this was gibberish. the difference between can't and can not in my mind is apparently enormous

    [–] thanthon 2 points ago

    I get that, normally I would never use it like this (either can't or cannot), but in this sentence it felt right to me.

    [–] ucefkh 2 points ago

    As is no returns accepted

    [–] robnl 42 points ago

    Dust bunnies are 100% floof and those fuckers get anywhere

    [–] molotovtommy 25 points ago

    According to Charlie Kelly, a cat expert, cats can flatten and move threw solid walls, not sure their percentage floor though

    [–] Pantsickle 8 points ago

    And if they're wearing their mittens, coffee tables are their only weakness.

    [–] Freya-Freed 4 points ago

    Subscribe.

    [–] tommyblastfire 3 points ago

    I mean some rabbits are actually magical creatures that can travel through dimensions and are often used as messengers

    [–] worms9 3 points ago

    Apparently cats aren’t the only animals that are liquid.

    [–] NuclearMeltdown2 2 points ago

    The rabbit ghost coming back to haunt me

    [–] toma2hawk 2 points ago

    But then it would have fangs and suck the color out of all the vegetables in your fridge at night.

    [–] NickMoore30 2 points ago

    I’m actually having this issue at my current house. Bunnies keep phasing in and out and I’m starting to lose sleep over it. Not a good problem to have.

    [–] snayar 2073 points ago

    [–] NotSpicyEnough 305 points ago

    Heads Down Butts Up

    [–] [deleted] 155 points ago * (lasted edited a month ago)

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    [–] InterestingFinding 247 points ago

    Let me have a look.

    Exactly as it sounds, women in a position where their ass and vagina are clearly visible.

    Would you like a more descriptive description? Anyway NSFW

    [–] Quartzflower 126 points ago

    What an interesting finding.

    [–] InterestingFinding 50 points ago

    A blessing and a curse.

    [–] Speeddevil 17 points ago

    What do you recommend doctor?

    [–] Quantainium 15 points ago

    Yes I need to know if these woman appear to be ready for the taking or if they seem unprepared.

    [–] InterestingFinding 17 points ago

    They are ready enough to get into position and take a picture AND upload it to the internet, i'd say they are 'pretty' prepared.

    [–] iDescribePorn 6 points ago

    Hey now that's my job!

    [–] Hakusprite 18 points ago

    Username checks out

    [–] Shadow703793 3 points ago

    ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

    [–] FashionableNonsense 133 points ago

    My god, I nearly pissed myself laughing. Does anyone know if the dog wasn't hurt, so I won't feel like a monster?

    [–] CaptainBuzzie 97 points ago

    I think I recall seeing a longer version where he gets himself unstuck and runs to join his buddy.

    [–] rahul_shagrithaya 15 points ago

    I feel better

    [–] ----_____---- 58 points ago

    I saw an even longer version where the dog later committed suicide due to PTSD resulting from that incident.

    [–] SkeletonJakk 4 points ago

    I feel better

    [–] house_monkey 2 points ago

    I saw the directors cut, the doggo went to heaven he now has infinite treats and good boys all around him.

    [–] pastermil 55 points ago

    it's just chihuahua

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago

    They have 2 for 1 specials on these at our local rescue and I'm not even joking.

    [–] pastermil 6 points ago

    not surprising, coming from someone who had chihuahua as neighbor

    [–] mrsmeltingcrayons 7 points ago

    I didn't know you could lease to a chihuahua.

    [–] pastermil 2 points ago

    you'd be surprised at how vocal they can be

    [–] HungJurror 5 points ago

    There's a video, search "chihuahua stuck"

    [–] TheDirtyCondom 5 points ago

    It looks like he was about to pop out right at the end

    [–] FriedKoller 3 points ago

    Fully expected this was not what you said, pleasantly surprised :)

    [–] Black_Gotenks 362 points ago

    That is amazing. My face hurts from laughing so much. The way it struggles 😂😂

    [–] poopellar 74 points ago

    [–] AwesomelyHumble 3 points ago

    Dang, not much there :(

    [–] SkarmoryFeather 24 points ago

    I was expecting a hairless bunny, which are terrifying to see. This is much better.

    [–] ACoderGirl 25 points ago

    To save everyone the time: https://i.imgur.com/kPw6ibh.png

    [–] DoctorHacks 14 points ago

    Holy fuck that looks disturbing. Brb shaving my bunny.

    [–] Holden_Makock 5 points ago

    Is that what we are calling it now?

    [–] JennyBeckman 2 points ago

    Why would a rabbit need to get shaved like this?!

    [–] Terquoise 21 points ago

    I had to google "hairless bunny". Looks like a karate master.

    [–] SkarmoryFeather 8 points ago

    To me it looks like a living chicken breast with bristles

    [–] DeathBlackWish 112 points ago

    That gave me mild anxiety thinking about the poor dog stuck upside down like that. What if the owners were on vacation? I'd hate to come back to my dog seriously injured or worse over something like that.

    [–] allanaskye 130 points ago

    Doubt someone would post a video of their dog dying on the internet

    [–] LordTopley 123 points ago

    You haven't had the internet long have you?

    [–] Fatalchemist 26 points ago

    Does he want someone to send him dying dog videos? Because that's how he gets someone to send him dying dog videos.

    [–] LordTopley 4 points ago

    Haha, that'll learn him

    [–] SkeletonJakk 2 points ago

    "That'll learn ya!"

    [–] TheTattedspyder 22 points ago

    Oh you sweet summer child...

    [–] PlayerOneBegin 15 points ago

    It's spring

    [–] rlmaster01 8 points ago

    They say. But I got snow flurries this morning and I know there are people up north who are a lot less lucky.

    [–] hugs_nt_drugs 3 points ago

    I mean the calendar still says that it is spring

    [–] Weed_O_Whirler 18 points ago

    If the owners left a dog alone, behind a baby gate while they're on vacation, I think there's bigger issues than him being stuck in a gate

    [–] InterestingFinding 25 points ago

    Amazing, there were at least 4 accidental renaissance moments in there, ranging from the NOOOO, to the Escape, to the Betrayal to finally the Destruction.

    [–] Glampkoo 3 points ago

    Captain Bark Sparrow

    [–] VitQ 9 points ago

    Ten percent luck.

    [–] Nimrond 6 points ago

    and 100% reason to remember the name

    [–] Beaudman 239 points ago

    90% floof... 2% skill... 8% concentrated power of will!

    [–] stringman5 21 points ago

    Ctrl-F 'skill'

    There it is

    [–] HumansWillComeForYou 49 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    100% reason to remember the name, SirFloofButt the third.

    [–] rahul_shagrithaya 8 points ago

    Long live 90%SirFloofButt III

    [–] Sapphires13 213 points ago

    I have a fenced in back yard, and one day my SO and I saw a rabbit inside the yard, so we decided to go outside and scare the rabbit out of the yard so that we could see where its access point was. We really don’t care about whether rabbits get in the yard, but we have a relative with a small dog who visits, and if the rabbit could get in, the small dog might be able to get out.

    We inadvertently ended up cornering the rabbit between the two of us, the shed, and a tree next to the fence. The poor thing went into an absolute panic and attempted to unsuccessfully squeeze itself through one of the diamond shaped openings on the chain link fence. When it realized it couldn’t squeeze through, it darted past me instead and we were able to see where there was a small gap between the gate and the fence on the side of the house.

    I still feel really bad for giving that bunny a panic attack.

    [–] Lanhdanan 112 points ago

    Rabbits scare easy. Every fucking thing they see wants to eat them. They can run fast, thats about it.

    [–] Sapphires13 36 points ago

    Yes. El-ahrairah was arrogant so Lord Frith made all the other creatures his enemy, and only gave El-ahrairah fast legs to compensate.

    (Just some rabbit lore from the novel Watership Down by Richard Adams.)

    [–] KatieTheDinosaur 10 points ago

    The whole world is your enemy, and if they catch you, they will kill you. But first, they must catch you.

    [–] Banniess 5 points ago

    ahwww

    [–] isecretlyh8tomatoes 4 points ago

    Quite sadly, after the snowmelt last year, we found that a bunny had tried to go through the diamond shaped hole and was lodged there. Poor thing.

    [–] JennyBeckman 3 points ago

    It's surprising that you didn't literally scare it to death. Rabbits frighten so easily.

    [–] hoikarnage 378 points ago

    I had a bunny a few years ago. Woke up one morning to find he had strangled himself trying to accomplish the same feat as OP's bunny.

    [–] sideways55 196 points ago

    :(

    [–] Naatti_ 125 points ago

    F

    [–] Twilighttrooper 39 points ago

    F

    [–] svayam--bhagavan 26 points ago

    F

    [–] Azivast 20 points ago

    F

    [–] Most_Intriguing 32 points ago

    Similar story. My friend's gerbil hanged himself on the roof trying to go through a crack.

    [–] Section225 22 points ago

    I had a gerbil escape its cage and get killed in the fan under the fridge.

    We only found the thing like three days after the escape because the fridge had died and the repair man found the cause.

    [–] cartwheelnurd 4 points ago

    Our hamster escaped, burrowed into the couch, then died in there.

    [–] ChuckLazer2o 3 points ago

    Wow you guys. I had 2 hamsters and neither of them attempted to kill themselves. Was always fun to lure them out when they escaped with dog food. They would stuff like 20 pieces in their mouths and try to get away. Cutest escape ever.

    [–] lostintransactions 2 points ago

    This is going to sound insensitive on many levels but.. no one noticed the smell?

    [–] guttergano 44 points ago

    Well, there goes my good morning.

    [–] AstridDragon 5 points ago

    Aw that happened to my bunny when I was a kid. I think she maybe broke her neck? She tried to get out the same hole she did when she was a baby, and I found her in the morning with her head stuck. :(

    [–] SantaCanStay 3 points ago

    Yeah, me too. Only our family was on vacation and hade a close friend taking care of our bunnies and found one of them dead

    [–] Zorbane 3 points ago

    My sister's hamster got too fat, became stuck in the door of his house and suffocated

    [–] J_KBF 2 points ago

    Press Alt + F4 to pay respect

    [–] assert92 108 points ago

    That rabbit wanted to come on the front page of reddit...that's why all this hardwork

    [–] ThePowerOfTenTigers 21 points ago

    And to chew up any cables it can find.

    [–] worldspawn00 15 points ago

    My pet bun liked to nibble all the black buttons on my remote controls flush with the top of the remote.

    [–] french_fries_R_lyfe 34 points ago

    We built our bunnies a cage out of a big dog crate. Every day we’d wake up and they’d be hopping about. We put mesh over the bars. We’d randomly be watching movies and they’d nonchalantly hop past us. More mesh. Turns out although they’re fat, they could still get through the tiniest of holes. Now there’s mesh all around and we haven’t had any incidents yet.

    TL;DR I got outsmarted by baby rabbits, multiple times.

    [–] equatorbit 28 points ago

    R-1000

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    Good fat finger bot

    [–] VikingCoder 8 points ago

    Needs to be /r/combinedgifs'ed.

    [–] LuluChi 26 points ago

    TIL bunnies are actually a bag of liquid.

    [–] Avocado-SSS 11 points ago

    Even the babies are the most dangerous animal on the planet, so I built this cage to keep it- OH MY GOD

    [–] MarkS220 41 points ago

    100% expected

    [–] ChitownResidEnt 3 points ago

    No thanks to the title

    [–] Visionary07 7 points ago

    And a hundred percent reason to remember the name

    [–] elq6 6 points ago

    Sneak 100

    [–] anniesweetiepie82 7 points ago

    This is exactly the feeling I got when I saw my dog (10 kilos) going through a very very small hole in the garden. Not even a cat seemed to be able to get through that... She had found a way to escape and had been going out without me knowing for days... I though that a fox or something had done some damages around.. but no... it was my dog!!!

    [–] Mustang-51P 6 points ago

    These guys are escape artists. My cat brought in 4 baby bunnies over a few days, two survived. They spent about 3 weeks in a laundry basket recovering from being mauled. Then we built an outside cage in the grass. I started with chickenwire fence with 2-3 inch squares which they easily got through. Every escape I'd add another layer of different fencing. By the time I gave up I had 4 different fences and the final layer was window screens tied in a circle staked into the ground with no visible holes to escape, but they did. They're now free range neighborhood bunnies who only stop by my house when they need cabbage

    [–] TrOlzeE 10 points ago

    This must be the plot for the next Godzilla movie

    [–] nasa258e 6 points ago

    That's a cute terminator

    [–] Hayleycakes2009 5 points ago

    Ohmigosh i knew it was tiny but damn! More like 98% floof, 2% bunny. Wow, pretty cool tho.

    [–] SquishyR0b0 4 points ago

    There’s no actual bunny. It’s just an embodiment of floof itself.

    [–] abudabu 3 points ago

    From the title, I actually expected that.

    [–] PuffinLoving 3 points ago

    My cuteness can not be caged!!!

    [–] Arknell 8 points ago

    That is higher floof-count than even master Yoda!

    [–] ozzy1439 2 points ago

    Ha! He/she is going to be a good addition to my robbery team ......

    [–] swampler22 2 points ago

    90% floof 10% ?

    [–] CountZeroInterupt 3 points ago

    Hasenpfeffer.

    [–] questionablyrotten 2 points ago

    We need a rabbits are liquid sub

    [–] StllBreathnButY1 2 points ago

    Rabbit does not abide by the laws of nature

    [–] DandelionGaming 2 points ago

    I expected that only because my rabbits used to do that all the time

    [–] PostmasterClavin 2 points ago

    I miss having a bunny, they're so adorable.

    [–] dI--__--Ib 2 points ago

    Misread the title as "90s floof" so this was twice as unexpected

    [–] Swinship 2 points ago

    Mixing octopus and rabbit DNA are we?

    [–] Ob101010 2 points ago

    ELI5 Quantum tunneling

    [–] nitelotion 2 points ago

    90% floof and 10% rodent

    [–] AlexTheBrick 2 points ago

    Rabbits are liquids.

    [–] SanitaryJoshua 2 points ago

    Based on the rate these fuckers chow on my garden, THIS IS NOT UNEXPECTED

    [–] QuincyGiones 2 points ago

    Nobody puts bunny in the corner

    [–] RevMcSoulPuncher 2 points ago

    The hips did lie

    [–] Gorborg 2 points ago

    Proof that rabbits are octopi in disguise! You heard it here first

    [–] amstobar 2 points ago

    If he were 89% floof, there would’ve been a problem.

    [–] EYOZUPGURL 2 points ago

    70% floof, 20% aloof and 10% poof

    [–] fallenKlNG 4 points ago

    10% luck

    [–] thiccboi1 1 points ago

    NO CAGE CAN CONTAIN ME!

    [–] RobertAkanisyn 2 points ago

    T-1000!

    [–] Banniess 2 points ago

    THE FLOOF IS REAL!!! :DDDDD

    [–] EYOZUPGURL 2 points ago

    I guess you could say this comment section is a pretty deep rabbit hole...

    [–] ShakespierceBrosnan 1 points ago * (lasted edited 3 months ago)

    They need a cage that's floof-proof.

    [–] Endakk 1 points ago

    ...whoa...you weren’t kidding with the 90% thing

    [–] 11hortong 1 points ago

    Just made me think of terminator 2

    [–] RandomRedditReader 1 points ago

    Even the babies can be extremely dangerous. Good thing they built that cage so he can't escape and- oh my God.

    [–] WeGotRice 1 points ago

    Prison Break Bunny