Have you seen this absolutely adorable bunny on Pinterest or Twitter or Facebook recently? Well, I hate to burst your bubble, but it’s completely fake. It’s a 100 percent bunny forgery.
This video of a common rabbit doing an uncommon thing has been haunting me for days. I cannot stop thinking about its peaceful wittle face, lounging in the sink while being bathed by its masters. It thinks its people, and that is both adorable and really upsetting.
This giant ball of fluff is not an anime character or an alien being for the next Star Trek. It's a real animal—an Angora bunny. I've seen other Angora bunnies in my life, but never anything like this. That beast can't be comfortable, but it must be so comfortable to use it as a pillow.
Easter egg hunts were fine and good when you were a kid and sugar was the only rush you needed. But it's time to set the Peeps aside. It's time to get drunk the Easter way.
Another mystery solved: The black-laced blonde bombshell protagonist of the most stupid and surreal TSA action to date posed naked for Playboy in 1997. No kidding. The surgeon was really a Playboy bunny, and here's the proof.
We've heard that Google was testing custom homepage backgrounds, but the feature is now live. Yes, it's probably not really all that useful and simply imitating Bing's backgrounds, but at least it can make your day a bit lovelier.
This Easter Robbit will hide the chocolate at your Easter egg hunt, but he'll also exterminate your guests. But look! He's brought his own coterie of party-crashers. Meet his robo-friends, Mrs. Easter Robbit and the Cylon Unicorn.
The Osaka Police Purchased 800 of these lights for use on special patrol cars that cruise through school zones. Pink Tentacle says these are made to win the hearts of school kids as the police chase bad guys. Maybe it's just me, but I don't think the NYPD would have the same luck rolling through a neighborhood like…
Remember those crazy Nabaztag Wi-Fi Bunnies that took the world by storm earlier this year? Some crazy folks have put together the Nabaz'mob opera as part of the Web Flash Festival in Paris. Yes, it is as stupid as it sounds. Follow the linkage below for a crappy video and more pictures of the opera in action. The…
Wi-Fi Bunny technology is running rampant, reproducing itself at an alarming rate. First, it was the Wi-Fi Bunny known as Nabaztag, an ambient awareness device which notified you of incoming e-mail, heavy weather or any other variable you programmed into it. It told you of these niceties by blinking its little…