Gamekeeper Alan Bleeching has criticised the new Playboy calendar featuring Kate Moss claiming there is more meat on the average rabbit than on the pouting supermodel.
Bleeching said the calendar was ‘misleading’ and gave the public the wrong impression about rabbits.
‘The average rabbit looks nothing like Moss’ claimed the gamekeeper ‘not all bunnies look as they they’ve got their privates caught in a gin trap or are suffering from advanced stages of myxomatosis as suggested in this years Playboy calendar.
Although Moss and rabbits are known to share a similar diet of lettuce leaves and the odd stick of celery, Bleeching says rabbits tend to digest their food rather than regurgitate it into the toilet bowl of a Soho nightclub.
Noted for its multiple sexual partners, high hormone levels and voracious appetite for rutting, the supermodel is said to have little in common with the rabbit community.
‘Leporidae might be wild, but they’re not completely out of control’ added Bleeching ‘and yes, they might put it about a bit not one of the UKs rabbit population has ever been so stuck for a shag that they ended up in bed with Pete Doherty.
Rabbits across the UK were quick to distance themselves from the new calendar saying they were disappointed with Playboy Enterprises for using an old broiler like Moss to represent them on the front cover.
‘More meat on a rabbit’ claims gamekeeper
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Gamekeeper Alan Bleeching has criticised the new Playboy calendar featuring Kate Moss claiming there is more meat on the average rabbit than on the pouting supermodel.Posted 1 year ago #
There are some good lines in this but perhaps it would be funnier if you turned it round a bit, eg the gamekeeper was complaining about skinny bunny girls in the latest 'Playbuck' calendar, saying that there was more meat on Kate Moss than on January's Playmate, 'Snowdrop'Posted 1 year ago #
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