Hoppy Easter!

If you are celebrating Easter today, have a happy and blessed day.  Start your diet tomorrow. 

If you are not celebrating Easter today, you can start your diet whenever you like:-))

As you may have guessed by all the informational articles on our website, I am committed to providing an educational experience for all quilters.  Toward that end, I will be presenting this series of Question and Answers about rabbits and bunnies throughout the day.

 

Happy Easter!

Q. What do you call a rabbit who tells jokes? A. A funny bunny.

Q. What do you call rabbits that live at the North Pole? A. Cold.

Q. What do you call a bunny with a dictionary in his pants? A. A smarty pants.

Q: What do you call a very smart bunny? A: An egghead.

Q. What do rabbits have that nothing else in the world has? A. Baby rabbits.

Q. What kind of book do baby rabbits like at bedtime? A. One with a hoppy ending.

Q. What do you get when you pour hot water down a rabbit hole? A. A Hot Cross bunny.

Q: What do you call rabbits that marched in a long sweltering Easter parade? A: Hot, cross bunnies.

Q: Why are bunnies always tired in April? A: Because they just finished a March.

Q: Do you know how bunnies stay in shape? A: Hareobics.

Q: How do bunnies stay healthy? A: Eggercise.

Q. What is a rabbit’s favorite dance? A. The Bunny Hop of course.

Q. Why can’t a rabbit’s nose be twelve inches long? A. Because then it would be a foot.

Q. What do you call it when a rabbit has an accident with a knife? A. A hare cut.

Q. How can you tell which rabbits are the oldest in a group? A. Just look for the gray hares.

Q: Why did the magician have to cancel his show? A: He'd just washed his hare and couldn't do a thing with it.

Q. How many hairs in a rabbit’s tail? A. None, they’re all on the outside.

Q. Why does the Easter bunny have such a shiny nose? A. His powder puff’s on the wrong end.

Q. Why is a bunny the luckiest animal in the world? A. It has 4 rabbits’ feet.

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