I just wanted a turn playing too. Did the rats with their beady eyes garner this kind of disrespect? The sly foxes or the ditzy bunnies? Well, actually the bunnies did—stupid, long-eared, lettuce eaters.
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I would strongly recommend you not to read this review. But then you take it all in stride and do it nonetheless, with all the bravery you can muster. But if you need the plot of the story, it goes like this. Think of them as CIA for the furry shape-shifters. Anyway, ignoring the discriminating factor and getting back to the story, there have been disappearances among the shifters by some unknown villain whose identity is not even revealed at the end and this has got the FUC a serious case to crack.
The first time they meet, the bouncy, bubbly bunny is wearing shorts short enough to let the grouchy, irritable bear know that she shaves, which predictably gives him a hard on so strong that he fears his pants would tear off.
Anyway, the bunny pretty much stalks the bear while having thoughts of getting pounded by him constantly. The bear tries to behave a lot, by keeping his boner in check. But the bunny is a naughty little vixen according to the grizzly.
The bunny is hurt, obviously. Bunnies have feelings you stupid hairy bear! I swear, by that point I was convinced that all the bunny could do was this: But actually that bunny turned out to be more of this: Finally, when the bear has been rescued and has patched up the hurt, burnt and shot bunny, the inevitable happens. They do it. They keep on doing it. And doing it. In fact, I enjoyed a good laugh here and there because of the ridiculousness of it all.
What a fabulous name. I bet you get girls asking you all the time to chase them through the woods.
Bunny And The Bear
Bunny and the Bear