On Monday, it came to my attention via the Shade Room, a blog about shade and rooms—and cereal!—that Trix is reviving its fruit shapes. Why? Nobody asked for that, especially not me.
Originally, during Lent, you couldn’t eat meat, except for fish. Then rabbits snuck in. As with most religious traditions, the story of why is built on a foundation of lies.
One Orlando news anchor isn’t spending another god-almighty moment of his precious time on this Earth talking about the Kardashians.
Earlier this week, Pope Francis urged Catholics to cool it a little on procreation, saying, "God gives you methods to be responsible. Some think that — excuse the word — that in order to be good Catholics we have to be like rabbits. No." Not happy: rabbit breeders, one of whom tells the Telegraph that the Pope's…
Cool Pope (real name) just came back from visiting the largest Catholic nation in Asia and he's got some thoughts he needs to let out, namely the fact that maybe catholics have a "moral responsibility" not to have as many kids as they're having.
A schoolteacher in Idaho snapped the neck of a rabbit and then proceeded to skin the body and cut in up in front of a class of 10th graders because it was time they grew the fuck up.
It seems that everywhere I look these days, I see a rabbit. That's because I spend a lot of time working from home and my pet bunny enjoys nothing more than sitting next to my bed and eating her own poop while staring me directly in the eye, but also because buns are trending cosmically. (Or, like, they're having a…
It was a hard night, TV-wise. Let's soothe our souls with some rabbit cuteness.
A rabbit jumps during the Kaninhop (rabbit-jumping) competition in Weissenbrunn vorm Wald, southern Germany, Sunday, Sept. 1, 2013. Competitors take part in three different categories, with an obstacle height ranging between 25 and 40 centimeters. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
Mal Captain Hammer Nathan Fillion holding an itty bitty bun bun awwww. (Sorry, I'm forced to go full obnoxious baby voice in the face of such adorability.)
Meet falafel, the wild bunny.
The cinema has been infested with floppy-eared lagomorphs for as long as one can remember, but what this bunny supercut really reminds us of is that Thumper is seriously adorable. So adorable, even, that we'd even brave a traumatic Bambi viewing to see Thumper wiggle his nose and scare at his own echo.
Unfortunately, it seems like the authorities patrolling the rabbit-infested parking lots at the Denver International Airport will be forced to call on Brother Maynard to deploy the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch. It's either that or motorists will have to start buying massive quantities of coyote urine to keep hordes of…
I don't know, this is such a tough competition! I don't know if it's fair because not every butt in the butt kingdom is represented but there are some good ones. OK, great ones. Why are animal butts the very cutest of all butts? Chew on THAT.
Daily Bunny, we are so happy you exist.
Rabbit 'Flocke' clears an obstacle during the Kaninhop (rabbit-jumping) competition in Weissenbrunn vorm Wald, southern Germany, Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012. Competitors take part in three different categories with an obstacle height ranging between 25 and 40 centimeters. (AP Photo/Jens Meyer)
Mochi the baby dwarf rabbit might make your heart explode, so be careful, especially when he peeks outside the curtain like he's keeping watch over his owner and is ready to break skulls if any sketchy-looking individuals pose a threat. Here is a Craigslist page for $25 baby dwarf rabbits in Los Angeles because I know…
Best friends for life. Or until someone gets eaten.