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April 22, 2011


New Zealanders Celebrate Easter by Shooting Bunnies

(Thanks to Steve @ Secret Location)


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Why not????

Well, here's what they do in Finland before Christmas: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ei69bYwwCvc

For Christmas they go deer hunting. Just a guess.

Sure hope they don't celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

On what holiday do they shoot squirrels?

Santa better duck when he hears "PULL"

Noooooooo!!!!!! Bunnies are too cute to be shot! I hope someone will explain the rules if they ever do an Easter Egg Hunt.

I'm picturing a Fuddian chorus of 564 mad New Zealanders singing "♫ Kill the wabbit! Kill the wabbit! ... ♪"

The Easter Rabbit is also not appreciated in Australia.

Go for it. Back when I planted a garden I was fuming about the idiot who would provide shelter to the rabbits who were eating my plants as soon as they sprouted.
Then I pushed the lawnmower past my fuel oil tank and found that I was the idiot I'd been cussing. There were baby rabbits (rabbitlings?) everywhere.

Hmmm, first the article about bunnies being taught to jump, then this. Coincidence? I think not.

I suspect this blog is trying to recoup its investment in the Rabbit Skeet Shooting franchise.

Just leaves the chocolate bunnies alone. We likeses to chewes the eare and heads off them. Gollem.

Well, as a possibly humour-impaired person who lives in New Zealand, a country dependent on agricultural exports, I'd just like to point out that the little fuckers run rampant, and eat pretty much all of the vegetation that should be available for sheep, cows, and other animals that right-thinking persons want to eat.

Wipe them out. All of them.

What andrew said.

Rabbits are just rats with floppy ears.

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