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August 17, 2005

THIS IS EXACTLY LIKE A LASSIE EPISODE, EXCEPT IT INVOLVES A RABBIT

"What's wrong, girl?"

(Thanks to Barbara Goldstein)

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That baby better have been named "Brenna."

Did anyone else read wife as if it were Elmer Fudd saying Life?

"Why does your rabbit only have two legs?"

"That rabbit saved my pregnant wife!"

"And it lost its legs doing that?"

"Well, no. But a rabbit like that, well, you don't eat it all at once."

"Murphy's obstetrician, Dr. Anita Pinc, credits the rabbit with telling Ed Murphy 'Wake up, wake up. Something is wrong with your wife.'"

I wonder what that Obstetrician's IQ is?

One time my dog barked at night, as if to say: "Wake up! Wake up! Something is wrong with your wife!"

But I ignored her.

Then my wife backed over her and I pretty much forgot about it until now.

Huh.

"Murphy delivered baby Brenna on June 13."

I certainly hope they mean that Murphy's WIFE delivered the baby, or else a talking rabbit is only the second most interesting part of the story.

so when our late rabbit Thumper nibbled on power cords, he was trying to tell us we were paying to much for electricity?

C'bol you are a sick puppy.

too much for...

Murphy's obstetrician, Dr. Anita Pinc, credits the rabbit with telling Ed Murphy "Wake up, wake up. Something is wrong with your wife."

Bumble, I hope Dr. Anita isn't taking our your wisdom teeth tomorrow. I think she's been hitting the laughing gas a little hard.

Murphy's obstetrician, Dr. Anita Pinc, credits the rabbit with telling Ed Murphy "Wake up, wake up. Something is wrong with your wife."

Bumble, I hope Dr. Anita isn't taking out your wisdom teeth tomorrow. I think she's been hitting the laughing gas a little hard.

(Second post corrected 'our' to 'out' in case you were wondering)

Unless Dr. Peik is extremely well disguised, nope. And she won't ever be my first choice for an OB/GYN, either.

And they didn't call the kid "Bunny"? Shame....

"COOK! Where's my Hasenpfeffer?"


Hey! I am a long-time bunny owner. They are very sensitive, intelligent pets. I am sure that bunny sensed something wrong with her person. :(

Sarcasmo - Not only that, but the second time I read I uncontrollably translated the entire thing into Iwwinois Man Says Wabbit Saved His Wife.

Wait a minute!! Wasn't there a post a few days ago about Eddie Murphy and his wife divorcing?

And as far as Murphy delivered baby Brenna on June 13., the previous article, I believe, said that Murphy's WIFE fathered Murphy's 5 kids.

Excuse me. I'm confusing myself.

Yes, but what would the bunny do if Timmy were stuck in a well?

thump out a morse code sos of course:)

thank you c'bol for providing perspective on this. i thought when i first read this story that they had to be kidding... but out here on the blog, we take care of that stuff![barb g....aka queensbee]

It bears noting that Eddie Murphy played "Dr. Dolittle," a character in a movie by the same title, based on the classic children's story. Dr. Dolittle is able to understand animal language and converse with them.

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Most of y'all know I have a diabetic daughter. Often diabetes goes undiagnosed because many of its symptoms seem so harmless.
Some diabetes symptoms include:
• Frequent urination
• Excessive thirst
• Extreme hunger
• Unusual weight loss
• Increased fatigue
• Irritability
• Blurry vision

By the time I took her to our pediatrician's office, they told us to run don't walk to ER, she was DKA (diabetic ketoacidosis). They told me that patients don't have to be unconscious to be in a DKA coma. I could explain the combination of symptoms - "You know, you wouldn't have to pee so much if you'd stop drinking so much. And you wouldn't be so sleepy if you'd stop getting up in the night to pee and drink." I never guessed it was so serious.

Guin, I'm with you. Thank goodness for that pet alerting the husband or he could have lost both his wife and their baby.

Folks, familiarize yourself with the symptoms of diabetes. You could save someone's life.

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Had a girl friend with a pet rabbit. She called it "Hobbie", I called it "Dinner".

... we didn't last long together though.....

MOTW, Right on!! My father (who is 70) was diagnosed with adult onset diabetes (type 2 I think) a few years ago, it went away but now it's back with a vengeance. He has to do the testing and monitoring and IS NOT supposed to be drinking (I sincerely hope he is not, both he and I are alcoholics) but he's doing okay. It's nice that we can use this blog to raise public awareness of "higher" things, as well as boogers and walrus penises. Thanks!

Why didn't the rabbit just tell Ed Murphy with his voice? I thought I saw in Dr. Dolittle that Ed Murphy knows how to talk to animals. Or was that Eddie?

Aren't rabbits that are associated with pregnant women usually, uhm, dead?

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