• OK, it's on.
  • Please note that many, many Email Addresses used for spam, are not accepted at registration. Select a respectable Free email.
  • Done now. Domine miserere nobis.

Bunnys to replace dogs as mans best friend

Animekitty

baby marshmallow born today
Local time
Today, 15:30
Joined
Apr 4, 2010
Messages
6,950
Location
Dandelion field
Bunnys, as we know them, are small and fragile.
Yet there are breeds the size of large dogs.
With enough time smart bunnies could be our future.

Normal bunny


Giant bunnies

 

Marbles

What would Feynman do?
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Aug 31, 2019
Messages
659
Location
Oslo
Imagine if lions had been domesticated. They could have been bred for the size of dogs, and their claws could have deselected for so they aren't as dangerous. Lions are social animals, so I bet they would have made awesome pets.
 

Kormak

The IT barbarian - eNTP - 6w7-4-8 so/sx
Local time
Tomorrow, 00:30
Joined
Sep 18, 2019
Messages
515
Location
Your mother's basement
:clap: rabbits are delicious with carrot sauce!
 

Marbles

What would Feynman do?
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Aug 31, 2019
Messages
659
Location
Oslo
:clap: rabbits are delicious with carrot sauce!
Bunnies taste delish in my carrot sauce. Man's best friend, amirite?


I think that woman holding out the rabbit is playing with perspective. Either that, or she's on steroids.
 

peoplesuck

is escaping
Local time
Today, 16:30
Joined
Apr 12, 2014
Messages
1,656
Location
only halfway there
Im the only one who finds the giant bunnies disturbing, arent I?
I actually realized the other day how great dogs are, my dogs always let me know someone is in the house if im listening to music, they always wake me up before someone can come upstairs, they keep me warm, they keep me happy.
 

Marbles

What would Feynman do?
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Aug 31, 2019
Messages
659
Location
Oslo
So disturbing, man. It's like seeing close ups of insects. You don't realise how disturbing a butterfly can be until you have seen a close up.

Tiny lions are the future, I say. Simba> Bugs Bunny! Debate..
 

peoplesuck

is escaping
Local time
Today, 16:30
Joined
Apr 12, 2014
Messages
1,656
Location
only halfway there
I would take a sexually immature langur monkey, taking hormone blockers, over either of these. It would be a mixture of a dog and a child, kuuuute
 

Inexorable Username

Well-Known Member
Local time
Today, 17:30
Joined
Nov 14, 2019
Messages
761
@Animekitty

Holy Cheetos!!!
That massive beast is a real thing! Omg. I'm so excited about this. Thank you, thank you for expanding upon my knowledge of the animal kingdom! Ohh....this is giving me shivers! I can't wait to investigate this massive rabbit! I wonder if people eat them. Sorry. Errant alcohol-induced thought. That is so cool. I cannot. Friggin. Believe they get this large! I think I must have stars in my eyes. You can't see them - because you're there, and I'm here, but my power level..it's over 9000!! This, I will research. Tonight. Now!
(Not now, I have to type this sociology thingy..but immediately afterwards!)
 

crippli

disturbed
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Jan 15, 2008
Messages
1,721
Cute. Definetly. But a dog will lick you. so no contestant.
 

Animekitty

baby marshmallow born today
Local time
Today, 15:30
Joined
Apr 4, 2010
Messages
6,950
Location
Dandelion field
Cute. Definetly. But a dog will lick you. so no contestant.
It would definitely be possible to breed giant rabbits to lick.

There is no unreasonable limit to the extent of a breeding program for rabbits.
 

Inexorable Username

Well-Known Member
Local time
Today, 17:30
Joined
Nov 14, 2019
Messages
761
Seeing as how they eat their own poo...I think I'll pass on the lick-inducing breeding program....
 

crippli

disturbed
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Jan 15, 2008
Messages
1,721
Seeing as how they eat their own poo...I think I'll pass on the lick-inducing breeding program....
Hmm. .may be wise. Is this always?

[QUOTE="Animekitty, post: 606824,

It would definitely be possible to breed giant rabbits to lick.

There is no unreasonable limit to the extent of a breeding program for rabbits.
[/QUOTE]
Favorism to rabbits? Isnt dogs more suitable for the task? Why spesial rabbits?
 

Minuend

pat pat
Local time
Today, 23:30
Joined
Jan 1, 2009
Messages
4,095
I have limited experience with rabbits, but they seem to have a very different body language from a lot of other mammals. Probably hard to relate to for most people. I mean, in human speak, only ADHD jump around when they are happy.

Sadly my experience with pet rabbits is that of the one kept in a tiny, tiny cage. Rabbits are like dogs, except treated much, much worse
 
Top Bottom