Featured below are some of the best examples from Andy Riley’s hilariously dark and twisted cartoon series about bunnies that are tirelessly trying to kill themselves. In case you’re easily offended, you probably shouldn’t scroll down. Everyone else – enjoy! Continue reading »
IKEA has released a flat-pack product that we can all handle: a chocolate bunny.
The VÅRKÄNSLA milk chocolate, three-piece bunny is launching in honor of Easter and is so on brand for Ikea. No Tools, instructions, or booze required—okay, so maybe the third is more of a personal condition. The three-ounce snack is currently selling for £2.95 ($3.91) in U.K. stores, and it’s still unconfirmed whether it’ll make its way across the pond. Continue reading »
Two Bunny Girls from the Playboy Club and two Penthouse Pets from the Penthouse Club prepare to take part in the annual Good Friday waiters and waitresses race in Battersea Festival Gardens, London, 28th March 1972. (Photo by Ian Showell/Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) Continue reading »
Featured below are some of the best examples from Andy Riley’s hilariously dark and twisted cartoon series about suicidal bunnies. Enjoy! Continue reading »
Tired of seeing stuff around your house that you kind of need but don’t like the look of? Well, you’re in luck, because now you can turn all that unsightly clutter into cute little rabbits thanks to these funny bunny bags from Japan. Made by the YOU+MORE! brand from Felissimo, the bunnies are designed to add some character to your household shelves and tabletops. Simply put your stuff into the bunny cloth, tie up the droopy bunny ears and voila, your bathroom products or random desk junk are magically transformed into a cute little rabbit. Continue reading »
PuiPui is one bunny whose style is always on point. With help from his human Mumitan, the Tokyo-based Holland Lop dons dapper outfits and impressive costumes that include driving caps, capes, kimonos, and crowns. Often, his looks are inspired by literary characters or famous figures, such as the iconic Sherlock Holmes or an English Beefeater—all of whom PuiPui imitates with an adorable sense of poise. Continue reading »
According to artist Kitt Santos: “I started Little Bunny Big World as just another creative outlet from my everyday working life just like my watercolour illustrations on my other blog. The character started as a pet name between me and my partner, whom I refer to as *the panda*. From there, I started using my own experiences and observations to bring the character to life, often making fun of my own shortcomings and little achievements. Just mundane stuff. I didn’t expect it to be of any value for anyone except myself but it took a life of its own and started gaining attention from different people so I decided to create a dedicated page for it.” Continue reading »
Children from a Polish tour group watch as employee Sandra Jaeckel prepares to take away a giant chocolate Easter bunny after showing it to them at Confiserie Felicitas chocolates maker on April 9, 2014 in Hornow, Germany. Easter is among the busiest times of year for the chocolatier, which produces Easter bunnies and eggs in a wide variety of sizes and styles. Founded by Belgian expats Goedele Matthyssen and Peter Bientsman the company will soon celebrate its 21st year. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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Kate Upton landed the No. 2 spot in AskMen’s Top 99 Most Desirable Women of 2012 poll; and her new Beach Bunny Swimwear Ads make it clear why.
Upton, a glorified Sports Illustrated model who has gained fame for her enviable curves and her sweet smile, is the face of Beach Bunny Swimwear’s Spring 2012 collection. The blonde stunner poses in the ad campaign and a number of catalog shots. The picturesque setting and colorful bikinis make for a stunning pictorial. Continue reading »