Okay, here is the sitchyation, parents when away on a week's vacation. Okay, sorry, I had to do that. Anyway, there was an INTRUDER today in the office!!! I was watching TV in the livingroom, and I was in the recliner, which Fwan likes to park her big fat rumpus under when I have the leg thing up. Ever see how hard it is to get out of a recliner without putting down the leg thing? That;s my life. Anyway I fell asleep (shocking), and when I woke up I could just feel in my heart (or maybe it was my legs) that something wasn't right. I just knew deep down that there was some rabbit in my residence doing something that they shouldn't be. Ever get that feeling? No? Me neither. Anyway, I went towards the office. It was at that time I saw the first sign of things gone wrong.
The gate to the office was AJAR!!! No, there wasn't a jar in the door, the door was a jar!! No the door didn't turn into a jar, it was open! I mean the gate was open. Stop confusing me!
I quickly searched for my two oldest children, Thumps and BF. I found them under the couch (wow, what a shock) and they had a look on their face like the gate being open was OLD NEWS. So I knew the office held at least one of the following surprises for me, not dead wabbits because I put pens up so they can't possibly get in to the other wabbits pens. BUT:
A) $9,690.00 worth of shredded computer wires
B) scared a highly alert wabbits
C) Squibbles with half a nose
D) Fuzzles watching Wheel of Fortune and counting her prescriptions (this is actually a given)
E) A chalk line (what I call it) of cocoa puffs outlining each of the scared wabbit's pen areas.
F) Blow up Doll with lingerie on that looks like .................(((WHOOOAA wait a sec, howd that get in there)) A through E ONLY!!
Okay, so I went in and luckily for me found only situation E. Thank Baby Jesus. After cleaning up the 9 million cocoa puffs. I wonder, where does a 6 pound bunny produce 14 pounds of cocoa puffs from? Do they have them flown in? Unreal. Absolutely unreal.