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  • But then I realize that it is all just a cue for the simplistic to hold onto, pink is just a color, a tint in the long lapine ears of rabbits.

    Ribbons, Like Abysmal Sighs

  • Walking around with Harry is like being with Harvey; only Marsha is privy to his unique and special ways within a lapine body, or rather in this case, a human encasement for his soul.

    Particles in the Ocean of My Dream Matter Bleed Wary From My Bones (Like Love on a Bad Day)

  • It is the story of the rise and fall of a curious lapine civilization and of the fortunes of the devotees of a strange cult of mountaineering heroes who, even now, are regrouping for a new assault on the summit.

    Paradigms & Fairytales: What’s Your Favorite Eccentric Nonfiction Book? (Er, and Beer)

  • I say, "Fuck the so called papered pedigreed lapine."

    Archive 2008-11-01

  • A New Zealand town has cancelled a rabbit-chucking contest in which local kids were invited to see how far they could hurl a lapine carcass.

    The Register

  • In Rabbids Go Home I get to return the favor to a lapine dullard.

    IGN PSP

  • February 26, 2008 at 5:36 pm here’s another fact: seinfeld’s publisher had missy chase lapine’s manuscript IN HOUSE during the time they rejected it for seinfeld’s. they took seinfeld’s because celebrity sells books. so there actually IS a case to be made for plagiarism. on top of that Jerry Seinfeld slandered the poor woman on national television. they deserve the lawsuit. and i hope lapine wins

    Jerry Seinfeld Flips His Car, Creepy Smugness Intact

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