The Ballad Of Bunnies One and Two
Third place in Derby #122: Family, with 707 votes!
“He’s gone, Bunny Two. You have to let him go.”
“The hell, I do. My brother’s been taken from me, Quackers. My sibling. My own fluff and thread. He’s out there somewhere, lost, alone, probably scared out of his mind. I have to find him. Now, are you going to help me or not?”
“You know I can’t. It’s against the will of Sky Claw! Your folly will rain down a horrible vengeance on the rest of us!”
“The will of Sky Claw? Listen to yourself! How many of us have been torn away from our families, snatched from the plushy hands of our loved ones, all because of the fickle whim of the Great Chrome Grabber? Maybe you’re content to live in fear, but I’ve got a brother to save, Sky Claw be damned.”
“But you know nothing about the World Beyond The Glass! What about the giants? You know that no one who has left has ever returned.”
“Then I will be the first. WE will be the first, my brother and I.”
“This is madness. Please, Bunny Two, think about what you’re doing!”
“You know what I’m thinking right now? I’m thinking that being Bunny Two means nothing without a Bunny One. I refuse to just sit idly by and do nothing, only to drive myself crazy knowing that I could’ve rescued him. Now, look. Buster Bear and Wiggly Fish are already waiting at the side of the prize shoot. I need one more set of hands to get me over the side, though. I need your help, Quackers. Please. Give me a boost.”
Wear this shirt: when you feel like a part of you has gone missing.
Don’t wear this shirt: to an arcade. Seriously, you might bum some people out.
This shirt tells the world: “Maybe you should play skeeball. Skeeball’s never torn a family apart. Well, there was that horrible incident with the Henderson sisters…”
We call this color: Steel Claw Grey
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