this bunny really needs to get laid

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So I was feeling a little jelly and wanted to join in the Sonic craze XD So my fabulously talented gf drew me an OC!

This is Warren the bunny, sporting his winter and summer coats! He’s a laid back kind of fellow, landscapes as a profession and rock climbs as a hobby! He’s has an unnerving aim when swinging that thing around but mainly that’s because he uses it to get past difficult terrain where climbing would be next to impossible using just his hands and feet.

He likes long hikes, spending time with his (really) big family and relaxing with those he likes! He’s no coward but doesn’t care for fights and only gets involved if he feels he’s needed. He’d sooner be keeping the peace ♡

@kukkiisart thank you so so much ♡

MOVIE SENTENCE STARTERS: 80S EDITION (PART II)

HEATHERS

“Fuck me gently with a chainsaw. Do I look like Mother Teresa?”
“If you were happy every day of your life you wouldn’t be a human being. You’d be a game-show host.”
“Greetings and salutations.”
“When teenagers complain that they want to be treated like human beings, it’s usually because they are being treated like human beings.”
“Real life sucks losers dry. You want to fuck with the eagles, you have to learn to fly.”
“So, you teach people how to spread their wings and fly?”
“You’re beautiful.”
“I sound like a fucking psycho.”
“Are we going to prom or to hell?”
“You look like hell.”
“Chaos is what killed the dinosaurs.”
“The extreme always seems to make an impression.”
“What’s your damage?”
“That’s the stupidest question I’ve ever heard.”
“I don’t patronize bunny rabbits.”
“Save the speeches for Malcolm X, I just want to get laid.”
“You don’t deserve my fucking speech.”
“There’s a new sheriff in town.”
“I was teasing. I loved you.”
“They all want me as a friend or a fuck.”
“I say we just grow up, be adults and die.”
“If everyone jumped off a bridge, would you?”
“Why are you pulling on my dick?”
“I don’t really like my friends.”
“Some people need different kinds of convincing than others.”
“Why do you have to be such a mega-bitch?”
“Did you have a brain tumor for breakfast?”
“If you don’t have a brewski in your hand you might as well be wearing a dress.”
“Will someone tell me why I smoke these damn things?”
“I shop, therefore I am.”
“You were nothing before you met me.”
“This kind of thing leaves a bad taste in my mouth.”
“That was my first game of strip croquet.”

SIXTEEN CANDLES

“Can I borrow your underpants for ten minutes?”
“That’s why they call them crushes. If they were easy, they’d call ‘em something else.”
“What’s happenin’, hot stuff?”
“I want a serious girlfriend. Somebody I can love, that’s gonna love me back. Is that psycho?”
“I’ve never bagged a babe. I’m not a stud.”
“Don’t be a smartass.”
“You own a church?”
“Where the hell am I?”
“He is totally enamored of me.”
“I mean, I’ve had men who’ve loved me before, but not for six months in a row.”
“By night’s end, I predict me and her will interface.”
“They fucking forgot my birthday.”
“I can’t believe my Grandmother actually felt me up.”
“You wanna know what happened? Buy the book!”
“I’m not really a farmer. I’m a freshman.”
“I’m kinda like the leader, you know? Kinda like the king of the dipshits.”
“Would you stop feeling sorry for yourself? It’s bad for your complexion.”
“There has to be a more dignified mode of transportation.”
“When you don’t have anything, you don’t have anything to lose. Right?”
“I think you’re just being a little selfish… and immature.”
“I’d shit twice and die.”
“Will you hurry it up? I’m breaking like, thirty major laws here.”
“I can’t believe I gave my panties to a geek.”
“Darling, is something bothering you?”
“You’re really acting like an asshole.”
“I thought she hated my guts.”
“I swear to God this has got be a joke.”
“She’s supposedly real sweet.”
“It’s really human of you to listen to all my bullshit.”

THE SECRET OF MY SUCCESS

“I think you’re terrific; you’re beautiful, you’re intelligent, you’re sensuous…”
“What’s my mother going to say? I’ve disgraced my whole family!”
“You’re not going to tell me I have too much experience, are you?”
“What’s up? You seem kind of upset.”
“That was a very expensive vase, you bitch!”
“Just when I thought it was safe to go back in the water.”
“Why do you keep saying the exact opposite of what I say?”
“I should warn you, I’m packing an iron.”
“He’s a person, I’m a person. I can’t say hello to him?”
“You really know how to sweep a girl back onto her feet.”
“I heard you calling me telepathically - I’m VERY psychic - so of COURSE I rushed right over.”
“You want me to spy on him?”
“Just tell me one more time what your solution is to this crisis.”
“You should go together. You look good together. “
“You should try to be more positive with your life, or you’re gonna wind up miserable.”
“Ohh, no, I am not available.”
“You’re irresistible when you turn on that boyish charm.”
“People better stop calling me bimbo!”
“Is it something I could get fired for?”
“Why haven’t I met you before?”
“Okay, so you don’t eat lunch. Do you eat dinner?”
“I was having fun on this job! You had all this energy, and all these crazy ideas… and you kept taking your pants off.”
“Just follow the smell of money.”
“I am not a bimbo!”

ST. ELMO’S FIRE

“We’re all going through this. It’s our time at the edge.”
“It’s true love, my friend.” 
“Love, love, you know what love is? Love is an illusion created by lawyer types to perpetuate another illusion called marriage to create the reality of divorce and then the illusionary need for divorce lawyers.”
“You break my heart. Then again, you break everyone’s heart.”
“I always thought we’d be friends forever.” 
“Yeah, well forever got a lot shorter all of a sudden.”
“She is the only evidence of God I have seen with the exception of the mysterious force that removes one sock from the dryer every time I do my laundry.”
“That’s Mr. Asshole to you.”
“Don’t you enjoy anything anymore… like girls?”
“You ran out on this relationship. You take the consequences.”
“I can’t believe this is happening to us.”
“Haven’t you heard of the sexual revolution?”
“I hate you, you little bitch!”
“There are several quintessential moments in a man’s life: losing his virginity, getting married, becoming a father, and having the right girl smile at you.”
“Well, you’re all I think about.”
“How come you never ask me if I want a date?”
“I thought you were taking steps to phase out everything that wasn’t working in your life.”
“It ain’t a party till something gets broken.”
“Never trust a woman who says she isn’t angry.”

TUFF TURF

“Too bad they took your car, man.”
“As soon as I learn how to walk on water, I’ll get right on it.”
“Hey, everybody’s staring at me.”
“Life isn’t a problem to be solved. It’s a mystery to be lived. So live it.”
“How much longer are we gonna be doing this, man? I’m about to pee in my pants.”
“I thought things were supposed to be easy when you have money.”
“I don’t think you can hold onto anything until you let it go.”
“It was all for you.”
“It was NEVER for me, it’s your whole life.”

SAY ANYTHING

“I gave her my heart, she gave me a pen.”
“You just described every great success story.”
“Kickboxing. Sport of the future.”
“The world is full of guys. Be a man. Don’t be a guy.”
“I love you. How many more times do I have to say it?”
“You’re a distraction.”
“Why do you eat that stuff? There’s no food in your food.”
“I just can’t have any social life right now.”
“If you start out depressed everything’s kind of a pleasant surprise.”
“I have this theory of convergence, that good things always happen with bad things.”
“I draw the line at seven unreturned phone calls.”
“Nobody knew me before tonight.”
“This is great. This gives me hope. Thanks.”
“Why can’t you be in a good mood? How hard is it to decide to be in a good mood and be in a good mood once in a while?”
“I’ll always be there for you.”
“Bitches, man.”
“You used to be fun. You used to be warped and twisted and hilarious… and I mean that in the best way - I mean it as a compliment!”
“Dude, I don’t even feel that way about my car, man.”
“Is the movies a good second date? You know, as a date?”
“That was a mistake.”
“Everything else means nothing to me. If I hurt you again, I’ll die.”

Preference #12: Braids

Harry: “Harry can I braid your hair?” you ask him, batting your eyelashes against his neck, leaving butterfly kisses. “Sure, sweet pea, go ahead,” Harry giggles, your eyelashes tickling him. “Alright, sit down in front of me,” you say, pulling him towrds the couch, setting him on the ground. You then start running your fingers through his curly strands. He almost lets out a moan at how nice it feels, but instead opting for leaning into your hands and humming quietly. “You remind me of a cat, you know,” you laugh, starting up the first braid. “Why is that, kitty?” Harry hums, eyes closing. “You just love it when people pet you. You’re pretty much purring right now,” you laugh, starting the second braid. “I guess you’re right, bunny. I just like it when people play with my hair; especially you. Feels like heaven and sunshine mixed together whenever you touch me to be honest” 

Louis: “I like your hair. its really cute, lovey,” Louis compliments, pulling on your braid. “Don’t pull too hard, the flowers might fall out,” you light scold him, turning around to give him a kiss on his stubbly cheek. Louis just laughed, his eye-scrunching grin contorting his face, “Sorry, bunny.” Louis pulled you outside to the backyard so you can lay with him in the grass. You both laid on your sides, facing each other, talking about the last few wedding details you needed to figure out. “Can you do your hair like this when we get married?” Louis asks, lightly running his fingers over the twisted strands. “Course Lou, I didn’t know you would like it this much.” “Lovey, you make everything look so pretty. You coulda put weeds in your hair and I would have thought its the most beautiful thing in the world.”

Liam: “Lovey, why do you do that?” Liam asks, after your english teacher stops lecturing, letting the class get to work. “Do what?” you ask confused. “You braid little peices of your hair during class sometimes,” Liam explains, pullling one of the tiny braid out from your mass of hair. “Oh, I just get bored, so I just mess with my hair instead,” you explain. “I think that’s really cute. I dunno why, but I love seeing all of the little braids in your hair after class. Looks real artsy,” Liam teases, tugging on the smallest braid. “Want me to do a little piece in your hair?” you joke. “I think my hair might be a little too short, lovey, and I don’t think our teacher would really appreciate seeing you braid my hair in the middle of class.” “Alright, but dont come crying to me when Zayn says your hair isn’t artsy enough.” 

Zayn: “Can I try braiding your hair?” Zayn asks suddenly. “Yeah, sure why?” you ask, settling yourself in between his legs, his chest to your back. “Dunno, just wanna.” Zayn mumbles, his hands sliding through your hair. after a while of sitting there, Zayn accidently tugging too hard every now and then, followed by his mummbled apolgies accompanied with kisses to the sore spots, you notice how long its taking Zayn. “Why is this taking so long, babe? Do you really know what you’re doing?” you lightly tease him, leaning your head back to look up. “Uh, not really, no. I just wanted to play with your hair,” Zayn confesses, hiding his lightly blushing face in your hair. “You know you could just ask if you wanted to play with my hair. I love it when people do that,” you tell him, standing up and laying on the couch with your head in his lap, “Plus, I doubt there would have been so much hair pulling if you just asked.” “Oh shut up”

Niall: “Niall, can I braid your hair?” you ask, Niall sitting on the couch, mesing with his phone. “I dunno if I have enough hair princess,” Niall laughs, leaning his head back to look at you. “I can just do a little one in the front,” you persuade. “Alright, babygirl, come over here,” Niall says pulling you around the couch. He sets you on the couch, him right in front of you. “I’m gonna make you look so pretty,” you joke. You and Niall converse through out your construction of the small braids. “When we have babies, will your braid their hair too?” niall blurts. “Where’s this coming from, huh?” you tease. “I dunno, jus’ like the thought of you helping our little baby girl or baby boy get ready for their first day of school and they want their mum to braid their hair”

okay so two down four more to go u g h. but thanks for readying and please request