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March 11, 2012


U.S. zoo gives aging gorilla a bunny companion

(Thanks to Joe in Japan)


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Samatha and bunny. Soon there will be, as a commentor said elsewhere, TV buddy shows about aging gorillas and their new 'best friend".

Forgive me for asking, but would a dog have been a better choice? Or another aging gorilla?

Zoos, like politics, sometimes make strange bedfellows.

So ... this would be a "companion/therapy" bunny?

Merely searchin' for clarification ... tho I s'pose a rabbit would cost less than a dog ... whutever ...

Ook, Ook. Tell me about the bunnies, George (of the Jungle).

This old monkey has two

If it works out, we're going to give Henry Kissinger one.

Aging Gorilla WBAGNFA Stallone movie.

Loud' ... that's a bit obscure* ... but nice reference ... and a cute sorta double entendre ... or mixed metaphor ... or bilateral allegation ... or whutever ...

*as in: I'd be willin' to wager more than half the users on the net wouldn't catch it ... merely observin' here ...

Maybe they figure if anything bad happens to the bunny people won't be as upset as they would be if it happened to a dog. Also, bunnies might be easier to replace.

Of bunnies and gorillas?

Doesn't quite have the same ring.....

One step away from legal prostitution.

Why not let the gorilla run for leader of a macaque troop, somewhere? The bunny could handle the super-PAC funds.

Give the bunny an accordion. Then it could say " He doesn't tell me what to play, and I don't tell heem what to weeth hees monai. "

As I recall, this does not end well.

Meanie...Neither does "Of Mice and Men". In fact, I read it fifty years ago, and I'm still depressed.

Yea, Betsy. Steinbeck wasn't the most uplifting of storytellers.

Aww, that's sweet. Somebunny wuvs me.

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