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STOP—Coco time.

December 16, 2011

The rare and dangerous wild Lepus stinkybutticus ragemaster, or the angry Coco, has finally been observed extensively by researchers and the findings were caught on (digital) film. Captions have been included for the benefit of the curious reader.

Here the angry Coco is seen exhibiting possessive behavior, vigorously rubbing his rageful little chin against the object of his (platonic) desire.

The call of the wild Coco can be heard at 0:02 in the following video:

*Sidenote: mother-in-law is home from the hospital and doing well; she’s started on a few kinds of medication for her heart and diabetes and has gone a whole week without smoking, which is quite awesome.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. December 22, 2011 9:22 pm

    L;AKS;DLKA;LSKD;LAKSD SO FREAKIN’ CUTE. Bunnies are illegal in my state ;__;

  2. December 28, 2011 6:31 pm

    OMFG! I was just talking with Greg last night about how I need black kittens in the future – I may have to revise that to black bunnies! Especially if they are angry and ebil! SO CUTE!

    And so glad to hear your mother-in-law is doing well!! YAY!!! <3

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