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10th Mar '16 1:33:31 PM MsChibi
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Not to be confused with PlotBunny, BridgeBunny, BunnyEarsLawyer, DownTheRabbitHole, KillerRabbit, CallARabbitASmeerp or CallASmeerpARabbit.

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Not to be confused with PlotBunny, BridgeBunny, BunnyEarsLawyer, DownTheRabbitHole, GymBunny, KillerRabbit, CallARabbitASmeerp or CallASmeerpARabbit.
28th Apr '15 11:07:08 AM nombretomado
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* RascallyRabbit: Rabbits in mythology such as B'rer Rabbit have almost always been {{t|heTrickster}}ricksters. This has carried over with some modern fictional rabbits, such as BugsBunny.

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* RascallyRabbit: Rabbits in mythology such as B'rer Rabbit have almost always been {{t|heTrickster}}ricksters. This has carried over with some modern fictional rabbits, such as BugsBunny.WesternAnimation/BugsBunny.
8th Oct '14 5:27:09 AM MrMenCentral
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* GoodWithNumbers: Because of their high fertility rates, rabbits are sometimes depicted as being good at mathematical multiplication and/or the Fibonacci sequence.

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* GoodWithNumbers: Because of their high fertility rates, rabbits are sometimes depicted as being [[IncrediblyLamePun good at mathematical multiplication multiplication]] and/or the Fibonacci sequence.
20th Feb '13 3:57:01 PM Catbert
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[[caption-width-right:300:Needs more bunnies.]]

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[[caption-width-right:300:Needs more bunnies.]]
bunnies!]]
20th Feb '13 3:55:23 PM MsChibiForgotHerPassword
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* WoodlandCreatures: Rabbits are a common part of many standard woodland creature groups.

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* WoodlandCreatures: Rabbits are a common part of many standard woodland creature groups.groups, including DisneyCreaturesOfTheFarce.
* StockAnimalDiet: Usually associated with carrots, even though carrots are not a normal or natural part of a rabbit's diet (and really aren't good for them).
8th Feb '13 2:26:25 PM Catbert
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* HairRaisingHare: Rabbits depicted as dangerous, evil or horrifying, as a deliberate subversion of the association between bunnies and cuteness.

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* HairRaisingHare: Rabbits depicted as dangerous, evil or horrifying, as a deliberate subversion of the association between bunnies and cuteness.cuteness or goodness.



* RighteousRabbit: Rabbits are more commonly heroic than not, when they're not being {{Rascally Rabbit}}s.

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* RighteousRabbit: Rabbits tend to be depicted as friendly, nice or good, and are more commonly heroic than not, when they're not being {{Rascally Rabbit}}s.often heroic.



* HerbivoresAreFriendly: Rabbits tend to be depicted as friendly, nice or good.
8th Feb '13 11:00:49 AM StarSword
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* RighteousRabbit: Rabbits are more commonly heroic than not, when they're not being {{Rascally Rabbit}}s.
29th Jan '13 2:40:36 PM Catbert
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* WoodlandCreatures: Rabbits are a common part of many standard woodland creature groups.
29th Jan '13 11:57:21 AM Catbert
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* HotSkittyOnWailordAction: Rabbits and hares have bred and interbred so much in fiction that they've more or less [[InTheFutureHumansWillBeOneRace become one species]].

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* HotSkittyOnWailordAction: Rabbits and hares have bred and interbred so much in fiction that they've more or less [[InTheFutureHumansWillBeOneRace become one species]].
29th Jan '13 11:04:44 AM Catbert
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* BunniesForCuteness: Rabbits are used to add cuteness to a work or to associate a character with cuteness.
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