“Did I say you could stop?”
Ethel will not take “direct” head rubs from a human, so when Bunya settles in for a massage, she puts her head as close to his as she can and allows herself to join in… while she closes her eyes and pretends that it is Bunya grooming her.
(Note massage indent on Bunya’s head.)
Or hey, even if you’re 40 years old and single AF, we hope you can still enjoy these memes. They might even make you glad that you don’t have to deal with all of the bullsh*t of planning a wedding. And if you are getting married, congrats to you but also screw you for finding true love or whatever.
This is what happens when you rely on dad to take the cat to the groomer – he comes back with an incredibly stupid haircut. Needless to say, mom was NOT impressed. But hey, at least she got a novelty Instagram account out of it? We think the kids these days call that “clout.”
We’re gonna go out on a limb and say that these insane wedding photos hail from Eastern Europe. Where else would flinging raw chickens in the air, black eyes, and demented photoshops be part of a “romantic” bridal photoshoot?
For more insane wedding pics, check out this gallery of matrimonial cringe.
Mr. Bunya was our first bunny (and a surprise from our daughter, who left for college a few months later). As we learned about bunnies and bunny care, we wanted to adopt some companions for this sociable animal.
However, before we learned that, Mr. Bunya was a solo bun and got all of our attention. He became familiar with humans and is not as stand off-ish as the adoptees.
Ethel will not come for head rubs by herself. If you try, she’ll jet away after a second.
However, she has come to realize that if she snuggles up real close to Bunya, she can PRETEND it’s Bunya grooming her.
At first, she would only self-delude for less than a minute, maybe 10-30 seconds. Then she’d look up all surprised-like: “Who is this!? You’re not Bunya!” – and run off. Bunya always stays and melts like a puddle into the floor to suck up the love.
In this video, Bunya settles next to my recliner for some head rubs (but never too close, so I have to extend my arm way over to reach him). Ethel hung around for more than 30 seconds. This is only an excerpt from a longer video, but Ethel actually hung out and accepted some pets!
This is a huge development with her. On the bunny pages, people often ask how long did it take for your bunny to trust you?
So Ethel may be mellowing… just a little – and after only NINE YEARS.
Bunnies require patience.