Comments: It looks like that Band Aid song "Do They Know It's Bunny Day" has finally paid off

(November 1, 2019) In other news, the giant pink bunny known as Diavolo Maglia is continuing its muddy way down Colletto Fava. Residents of Monte Dentellare fear the worst. The bunny has already destroyed the towns of Del Coniglietto and Inzuppatelani, and refugee camps are scattered throughout the Piedmont Region. Republican Administration officials have denied that the unprecedented mudslide is related to global warming, but have promised to send the Army Corps of Engineers to attempt to stop the descending bunny.

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-V.

Posted by Vardibidian at September 21, 2005 11:59 AM

If you are going to climb that bunny, do it now. That thing is one rainstorm away from being the largest, saddest landfill in the world.

Posted by Charles at September 21, 2005 01:40 PM

Possibly not. There's a collection of very large stuffed animals in someone's front yard on 12th Street in Park Slope. It's been there for months, and despite the rain the animals are still intact and not too smelly. They're actually cute, in a kind of creepy, disturbing way.

Posted by Cindy at September 21, 2005 03:47 PM

Is there a giant pissed-off 5-year old girl searching for this (apparently) lost stuffed bunny? 'Cause Italy's in trouble.

Oh, and it looks like a giant marshmallow peep. Which is frightening in a sickly sweet sort of way.

Posted by Mona Buonanotte at September 21, 2005 10:47 PM