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Bunnicide

By Dan Layman

Humor

Bunnicide

"Rukia, think about this for a second," Kurosaki Ichigo pleaded, "it happened all the way in the United States, how are you even going get there?"

"I don't care," the petite Soul Reaper stated defiantly. "Even if I have to swim across the ocean myself I'm going to give that crazy murderer a piece of my mind!"

Murderer might be exaggerating it a bit, Ichigo though.

"So some lady killed and ate a rabbit, so what? People use to eat rabbit all the time in Europe. And isn't it worse that she kidnapped a girl from another state? Besides, how did you even find out about that in the first place? We don't even get any Western news channels."

"My bunny sense was tingling," she said, completely serious.

Ichigo sweat dropped.

"What?"

"Nothing. By the way, when did you get all those weapons?" By now Rukia had stockpiled many, many guns, most of which looked like she stole them from a military supply depot.

"I've always had them, just in case of a zombie apocalypse."

At this point Ichigo just gave up and flopped on his bed, watching the miniature Rambo head out to bring justice to all of Rabbit kind.__________________________________________________

Hey y'all, Layman here.

OK, this is just a stupid drabble that I just had to write. The back story; A while ago a lady kidnapped a girl from Utah her kids were on Oprah one said that just before they left their mother fed them their pet rabbit. Rukia hears about this.

Can you see the briliance here?

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