#2
I believe we were aware of that.
B|-----------------MEEDLY
G|-----------------------------MOODLY
D|----------------------------------------------------------------------WEE
A|DUN-DUN-----------------------------------------DEEWOP
E|DUN-DUN-------------------------------DOON
#3
Good.

That damn rodent deserves some whole grain after all the shit he's had to deal with.
#5

I will stand by all this drinking if it helps me through these days,
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#6
It's named after him after all, the dude deserves at least one bite, once....


EDIT: Once he got a taste, he couldn't stop, i.e. cannibalism, The Pit, etc.
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#7
Oh my God. It's beautiful *tears*
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#9
Why was he floating with balloons full of air?
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#10
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That was a major disappointment, I must say.


Not for the rabbit, you negative nancy.
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#11
Wow, I didn't realize Trix was that old...I though it came out of the 90's.
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#12
That's where it began. The rabbit's long downward spiral of addiction. Also, has anyone noticed that they say trix are for kids? It's funny if you take it out of context.
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#13
I always found the parallel between the rabbit and the Coco puffs bird interesting.

We've got the rabbit, who is desperate for his next fix, and the bird, who is trying to escape his past of addiction, but always succumbs to his old habits. I feel that both characters are simply stages of the same person's life.
#14
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Not for the rabbit, you negative nancy.

He only got one measly bite though and he wasn't even particularly deceptive or clever.

Though to be fair, he'll be enjoying those trix a couple more times - rabbits metabolisms are so fast they don't absorb all the nutrients the first time their food passes through their digestive system so they eat their own feces a couple times to solve that problem.
#15
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He only got one measly bite though and he wasn't even particularly deceptive or clever.

Though to be fair, he'll be enjoying those trix a couple more times - rabbits metabolisms are so fast they don't absorb all the nutrients the first time their food passes through their digestive system so they eat their own feces a couple times to solve that problem.

Oh, so that's why it looks like cereal when it comes out?
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#16
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I always found the parallel between the rabbit and the Coco puffs bird interesting.

We've got the rabbit, who is desperate for his next fix, and the bird, who is trying to escape his past of addiction, but always succumbs to his old habits. I feel that both characters are simply stages of the same person's life.


Wow, I never noticed that. Who knew that cereal commercials are allegorical to drug abuse.
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#17
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I always found the parallel between the rabbit and the Coco puffs bird interesting.

We've got the rabbit, who is desperate for his next fix, and the bird, who is trying to escape his past of addiction, but always succumbs to his old habits. I feel that both characters are simply stages of the same person's life.


Indeed. This "General Mills" character appears to have led a shattered life after the Great Cereal War of 1959.