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Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Katie McGarry

Have you thought of doing it? Being a cattle farmer? If that's what it's called? I think we should do that, but replace cattle with bunnies and then we don't milk or eat the bunnies. We just let them multiply. Then we'll take over the world. Me the queen. You the king. Our bunnies the army nobody can defeat. — Katie McGarry

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Laurell K. Hamilton

One thing I've learned about vampires
they keep pulling new rabbits out of their cloaks. Big, fanged, carnivorous bunnies that'll eat your eyeballs if you're not paying attention. — Laurell K. Hamilton

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Kat Dennings

There's nothing else I would rather do, unless there was a profession that involved cuddling bunny rabbits and kittens all day for money. — Kat Dennings

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Evelyn Waugh

Winston Churchill is always expecting rabbits to come out of an empty hat. — Evelyn Waugh

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Rick Riordan

He nodded nervously. 'He looks like a magician. I hate magicians. They usually have rabbits.'

I stared at him. 'You're scared of bunnies?'

'Blah-hah-hah! They're big bullies. Always stealing celery from defenceless satyrs. — Rick Riordan

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Dale Carnegie

When he was a boy (Carnegie) back in Scotland, he got hold of a rabbit, a mother rabbit. Presto! He soon had a whole nest of little rabbits and nothing to feed them. But he had a brilliant idea. He told the boys and girls in the neighbourhood that if they would go out and pull enough clover and dandelions to feed the rabbits, he would name the bunnies in their honour. The plan worked like magic. — Dale Carnegie

Rabbits Bunnies Quotes By Beatrix Potter

This is a fierce bad rabbit;
look at his savage whiskers,
and his claws and his turned-up tail. — Beatrix Potter