April 12th, 2008


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Discussion (15)¬

  1. brigitta says:

    now that’s an odd expression. hare’s fangs. since when did hare’s have fangs? or are they special rath hares?

  2. Leela says:

    Is it weird to anyone else that Boneclaw mother is doing anything “as requested”?

  3. Lia says:

    Remember Ed’s story – long ago when Hare still ate meat?

  4. The Dark Ferret says:

    I don’t think so. Boneclaw Mother and Owl Caller are apparently very good friends, and it seems that Owl Caller is the local healer, so if Owl Caller wants to see BoneClaw Mother’s daughter, then I think that she would very well heed his request.

  5. BunnyRock says:

    Yep, “when the sun was unmated and the Hare still ate meat. the hare is popping up again and again in their religion, as it does in most religions sooner or later.

  6. TekServer says:

    “Beyond horrible.”

    Yeah, I’ve had mornings (or, more to the point, “morning afters”) like that …


  7. Mark Antony says:

    You’ve had a hangover coupled with severe indigestion due to the consumption of something you’re digestive tract wasn’t designed to handle? What kinds of parties do you go to? ๐Ÿ˜€

  8. TekServer says:

    During a brief stint at a major university, I pledged a small fraternity with a BIG inferiority complex.

    In hindsight, I think I’m glad that I couldn’t afford the membership …


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  10. Brenda says:

    “Hare’s fangs” – it’s Bunnicula!!!

  11. Misley says:

    @ Brenda
    That’s what I thought of too!

  12. lduke says:

    @Biddo van Oduk Considering the bent these comments usually take, would REMEMBER KOOM VALLEY be more appropriate?

  13. JET73L says:

    Maybe Hare wagered her* fangs in a bad bet?

    *Yeah, Hare’s usually either male or a waifu, but /hyena culture/.

  14. Silver Guardian says:

    @Brenda & Misley: I never thought I’d see another person reference Bunnicula.

  15. BunnyRock says:

    @JET73L Huh. having grown up in the shadow of the south downs, I’ve always been taught to think of all Hares as female until proven otherwise: the superstition was that all hares were, and it was held in parts of the downs until the start of the 20th century.

    It’s referenced in the latest โ€œTiffany Aching” series Discworld book, if you’re interested.