Friday, October 09, 2009

More Bunny!

By popular demand - Japanese cheerleaders:


Bunny!



Bunny!



Bunny!

12 comments:

Captain Dumbass said...

Mmm, cheery bunnies.

The first pic looks like bunny mommies. Yummy bunny mommies.

Whitemist said...

Ah now I get my fix!

Jay said...

I'm a big fan of cheerleaders.

Mighty Hunter said...

RAH RAH SIS BOOM BAH.

Kick higher, ladies.

Thaaaaaaaaaaaat's it.

SSC~ The Domestic Diva said...

The second row, middle one: The bunny looks like a hare

The third row floor middle one: More like a cougar than a bunny!

Hit 40 said...

Cheerleaders at baseball games??? Maybe, this is why American baseball has gone in the tank for fans. They need to bunny up with some hot cheerleaders too like Japan.

Very fun!! Your link to me cracked me up!!!

Hit 40 said...

And...

I have to agree with SSC. A couple of these cheerleaders look a little too old to have on that outfit outside their bedroom games.

Monogram Queen said...

No No No I protest. No. More. Bunnies

Grant said...

Captain Dumbass - I prefer women closer to my own age, so mommy cheerleader bunnies are good with me.

Whitemist - I'll try to ensure you don't jones for hot bunnies in the future.

Jay - I just like all things bunny.

Mighty Hunter - I need one of those teams to follow me around and encourage me throughout the day.

SSC~ The Domestic Diva - I'm at the cougar age, so all are welcome in my bunny cage at home.

Hit 40 - we have a couple of their players here, so they should definitely follow up with bunny cheerleaders.

Hit 40 - bunnies age well. I saw several older women (60+) at Japanfest performing complex dance moves that required strength and stamina you won't often see in women half their age in the US of Obesity.

Monogram Queen - as Satan is my witness, this blog will never be bunny free again.

Martini said...

Looks like there's a dude having a bunny-inspired heart attack in the bottom right...

Ricardo said...

I like.

Grant said...

Martini - he probably got a nice upskirt flash. Not a bad way to go.

Ricardo - me likey too.