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  1. davidct says

    If your followers want to act like sheep, it does not take a genius to make them do what you want.

  2. Nepenthe says

    Oh man, I’m glad that those sheep aren’t self-aware. Not only are they being bossed around by an animal a twentieth of their size, but it’s a vegetarian!

  3. Cynthia says

    Don’t really care if there’s a ‘deeper meaning’ to this; it was a hilarious way to brighten my day!

  4. says

    Goodness, that rabbit is such the little Bossy Boots. It’s all like, “Why are you standing there, you lazy mutton-sacks! Get moving or I’ll bite your ankles!”

    That said, this is a great demonstration of why “sheep” is shorthand for something that mindlessly follows the herd. Even when the rabbit gets between one sheep and the rest of the group, that one sheep jumps right back into the bunch.

    Also, too: unlike rabbits, sheep have no top front teeth.

  5. Blueaussi says

    What a remarkable trainer! If they can do that with a bunny, think about what they can do with their dogs! I want to go to a class they teach.

  6. robb says

    see how messed up the economy is! that low paid rabbit has taken a job away from a poor border collie.

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