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  • The rabbit shot to fame in 1999 when owner Hironori Akutagawa started snapping what he called Oolong's 'head performances'.

    Today.Az

  • He had made the Solomon Islands, and there told his brothers of what we had done in Oolong.

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  • I thought at first a MeFite name Oolong had published a book.

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  • Japanese web celeb rabbit "Oolong" now has a successor

    Boing Boing: November 30, 2003 - December 6, 2003 Archives

  • "Oolong" is black in appearance, but has the flavor of green tea.

    School and Home Cooking

  • Oolong was two hundred and fifty miles from the nearest land.

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  • The one white man on Oolong was McAllister, petty trader and unintermittent guzzler; and he ruled Oolong and its six thousand savages with an iron hand.

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  • We were twenty-five thousand on Oolong before the three schooners came.

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  • Besides, I had never seen the Oolong people dance.

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  • By day and night the smoke rose in clouds from all the beaches of all the islands of Oolong as we paid the penalty of our wrongdoing.

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  • Oolong was "a domestic rabbit owned by Hironori Akutagawa. Oolong became an Internet phenomenon through his owner, Akutagawa, uploading images of the rabbit with objects balanced on his head." From http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Oolong_(rabbit)&oldid=599235489

    April 8, 2014