August 3, 2011

"He's got the bunny outfit, a cowboy suit and a ballerina dress..."

"... but you don't see him except where he's tripping through his backyard... He's got a strange lifestyle at home but we all do weird things at home."

21 comments:

Don't Tread 2012 said...

'He's got the bunny outfit, a cowboy suit and a ballerina dress but you don't see him except where he's tripping through his backyard,' said Deborah Colson.

Tripping, I think, being the operative word.

MarkG said...

It seems I read more articles about Americans at UK web sites than I do at US sites. What's wrong with the media in this country? Other than the obvious, that is.

Maguro said...

Sounds like a strong candidate for that open House seat in Oregon.

Ann Althouse said...

The photos at the link crack me up.

The Crack Emcee said...

He's got a strange lifestyle at home but we all do weird things at home.

No. We. Don't.

That is the problem, isn't it? The weirdoes have been allowed out, to such an extent, they think - and/or try to create the impression - that everybody's weird?

john said...

They didnt say whether he lived with his mom or perhaps someone else who gives him a liitle tucking in after his evening romp around the neighborhood.

Carol_Herman said...

Ah, so the guy in Oslo is not alone. I blame the sperm bank.

EDH said...

Creepy, sure, but was he blowing some dude in a tux while his butt was hanging out the back of his bunny suit?

Fred4Pres said...

Crack, I think that may be our "pal" J.

traditionalguy said...

We see here what happens when men cannot wear shorts?

The full bunny suit and cowboy outfit are all the boys feel that they can wear.

The ballerina dress only shows his disturbance and repression caused by the Shorts rule.

Is a boy in a Bunny suit a true Play Boy Bunny?

Freeman Hunt said...

Everyone just calls the police. Why not try going outside and saying, "Hey! Get out of that bunny suit! You're freaking out the whole neighborhood!"

Or maybe they did that, and he kept hopping around.

Titus said...

Red State Freaks.

YoungHegelian said...

@Freeman:

"Hey! Get out of that bunny suit! You're freaking out the whole neighborhood!"

What! And lose all those chocolate eggs and marshmallow peeps!

You be crazeee, beeyatch!

edutcher said...

I don't think it's the kids that are the ones who are really scared.

AST said...

He also appears to have a "hare lip," as cleft palates used to be called.

AST said...

Yikes! Idaho is right next to Utah! Not far enough for me.

Either he's a bunny born into a man's body or he's got a kinky girlfriend in a hutch somewhere. Next: marriage.

wv: unatic - One l short of a lunatic

Fprawl said...

Comment at the link:

I think he should move South, imagine the news headlines, " A giant rabbit was shot 249 times today by residents of a quiet downtown neighborhood, it turned out to be a crazy cracker in a bunny suit, here's Tom with the weather".

Hockey Bum said...

Police responded to the 400 block of Third Street where they advised 34-year-old William Falkingham not to wear his bunny suit costume in public.

Based on what authority? Is this rule applicable to, say, children on Halloween or just the eccentric who wears it in his own back yard?

lgv said...

Really, I thought it was going to link to something about Wu.

There goes the future movie "Harvey II"

I noted in the original Wu resignation post that he might not actually resign post debt vote.

Fred4Pres said...

He could be a Wu staffer!

t-man said...

I can't believe that no one has mentioned the "The Mouse Problem" skit from Monty Python's Flying Circus.