Friday, December 18, 2009

Which is it?

Is it perfect or is it time for a new castle?

14 comments:

bunnygirl said...

Cadbury says it looks just fine to him!

Glenna said...

I don't see anything wrong with it--it has that lived-in look.

d. moll, l.ac. said...

As a concerned citizen and bunlandlord I wonder about the structural safety......

Christina said...

Looks good, but soudness could be an issue. You may need to call the inspector. Where's Sydney when you need her.

Paula said...

Hmmmmmmm.

Silver said...

what a dump!

The Bunns said...

Silver! For shame! It looks pretty good. There are lotsa bunns who would love such facilities ... such as ourselves.

Do they have used bunn-castle stores? Maybe give it to Good Bunnwill or the Humane Society or even a recycle bin. Can it be traded in?

Remember, we are in hard times - reduce, reuse, recycle, repeat.

Crafty Green Poet said...

I think it could last a lot longer,

Crowwyng said...

Hmmmmm. Nothing a bit more chewing couldn't fix. A bite here, a bite there.....Nom nom nom.....

Glenna said...

Yes! A ficus! What a wonderful idea. I'm tired of the plastic tree that sheds almost as many needles as a dried-out cut tree. Then you take the stuff off it and enjoy it the rest of the year! Thank you for...er...planting that idea!

M.Kate said...

wow...yes please! and some demolition there by the buns :)

Rabbits' Guy said...

Heck, our friend just leaves the lights strung all over the ficus all year. She just plugs them in for Christmas.

Michelle (Shell) May said...

Being a project manager for a custom home builder, I believe the structrual damage is too great. I believe we should just bulldoze and begin with new. Plus, redecorating is always the best part!

jason said...

Some would call it cozy.