Here’s the deal. There’s a question here that I don’t have the answer to. There might be others out there, but I highly doubt it. Help get this one answered:
Here’s one for the born-leaders out there; crucial information that you will undoubtedly need somewhere in the future of your leadership.
Because, after all, rabbits are a lot like people.
Here are my guesses; you can check if I’m right:
Mad: A rabbit, much like a person, will make tiny rabbit fists and shake them at you, while muttering in bunny-tongue: “Why, you little…!!!”
Happy: A rabbit, much like a person, will forget you ever stole his car the night of his birthday and crashed it into a pole. The rabbit will give you a big, furry rabbit hug (admittedly, not as big as a big, furry bear hug) and tell you repeatedly in a drunken voice, “I love you, man.”
Scared: A rabbit, much like a person, will exert nervousness through its little rabbit pores and widen its eyes; that’s when you know you’re in trouble, because it just pooped on your lap.
An age-old question, and I feel lucky to be asked so that I can answer it:
You want to know what makes my veins pop up and sore? You want to know why sometimes it looks like my head is about to explode?
Here’s a short list:
Letters to the editor
Managers of sales representatives
Holiday weekend traffic
Ok, I’ll stop for now. If you really do know what actually causes veins to pop up and become sore, do share.
Ah, June; how it brings the end of the long school year… Well, just in case you the type who likes learning – albeit maybe something more interesting than the Civil War or mitosis – here are some great topics to read up on:
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