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This little guy is Newton, the mascot for my personal business.

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What?  You were expecting something like this:

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Or, even worse, this???

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That would be a big nope from me dawg.

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We have a 5,5 y old girl here that lives this bubble gum music. Now I have this song ion my mind. It is really good craftsmanship in content of composition/video, if you understands their goal.

 

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12 hours ago, craigb said:

This little guy is Newton, the mascot for my personal business.

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Bunny weight lifting?

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carrots are good for your eyes  (have you ever seen rabbit wearing glasses ?)

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4 hours ago, Sheens said:

carrots are good for your eyes  (have you ever seen rabbit wearing glasses ?)

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Yep! 😁

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So... if you fried up a rabbit and put it on a roll, would that be a Bun-Bun?

And if you ordered the extra-large version of same, would that be a Super Bun-Bun?

 

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The term Buns over here has another meaning probably not heard of in the UK. Thank goodness for that...so far. 

I find something oddly comforting looking at rabbits wearing glasses.😁

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cue S.L.I.P. in 5, 4, …..

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1 hour ago, Starise said:

The term Buns over here has another meaning probably not heard of in the UK.

Probably what we call Jugs over here in the UK.

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1 hour ago, Starise said:

The term Buns over here has another meaning probably not heard of in the UK. Thank goodness for that...so far. 

I think that you will find that we do (apart from Synkroton). 

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8 minutes ago, bayoubill said:

What are jugs in the U.K.?

Jelly on the plate, wibble wobble.

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