An rare little bunny was born with no ears in Germany. They named it Til. Zookeepers were all set to make l’il Til a big big star and attract more more people to their zoo. So they brought in a TV video crew to introduce the 3 week old rare little bunny to the world, and were all on their way to bunny-stardom.
Everything was going according to plan until Whooops! A cameraman took one too many steps in the wrong direction and squashed the little bunny. According to the zoo’s director, “Til was stepped on and KILLED instantly by an unsuspecting cameraman. They called it “a direct hit.” Guess he never heard him coming.
p.s. nobody tell Ricky Gervais. It will kill him.
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