Wednesday, March 6, 2013

Zombie Bunnies Are Back Again!

The zombie bunnies are back, just in time for Easter.
What's up with the Zombie Bunnies? Well, why don't I let the manufacturer explain it...
Delicious braiiii-- no, white chocolate!
Spring has sprung and all the little woodland creatures are... screaming and hippity-hopping for their lives? It's a zombie bunny, and double-bopping him on the head isn't going to stop his murderous rampage. This is no ordinary rabbit! It's the most foul, cruel, and bad-tempered rodent lagamorph you ever set eyes on! He's not going to nibble your bum; he's going to tear you limb from limb with his nasty, pointy teeth.
It's a good thing the virus turned his flesh to delicious white chocolate. All you need to do is sneak up on him (easier said than done, we've lost several warehouse monkeys to rabbit attacks) and once you've nabbed him, take him out quickly. Use your teeth, brave Knight! Grasp the rabbit firmly in your hands, shove his head in your mouth, and behead him with a single chomp.

The cleverest amongst you may notice this item was one of our gag products for April Fools. Problem is the gaggle of regular chocolate bunnies usually available for mid-morning snacks at the ThinkGeek office somehow became infected with a deadly T-Virus. Rather than allowing these delicious infected rabbits to rampage and attack the ThinkGeek staff we decided to ship them to your house... thus turning April Fools into reality. Please enjoy.

Product Specifications
No ordinary rabbit
Zombie bunny made of solid white chocolate
May or may not infect you with a zombie virus
Not a silly little bleeder that will nibble your bum
April Fools product turned real!
Really, this is 8 ounces of vicious, delicious white chocolate
Made in the USA

White Chocolate (Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Milk, soya lecithin emulsifier, pure vanilla), Artificial Colors (Fractionated Coconut Oil, Yellow 5 Lake, Blue #1 Lake, Red 40 Lake, Yellow 6 Lake, Sunflower Lecithin).
(Contains milk and soy. Made in a facility that uses peanut butter, tree nuts, eggs, milk, soy & wheat flour).


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