Third-rate Spoof writer Skoob1999 was today taken a little aback when the formidable Mrs Skoob marched into the house with a little rabbit. In a box.
"What's that?" he asked incredulously.
"It's a rabbit," Mrs Skoob announced.
"What?" Skoob asked. "We killing our own food now? It's a bit small...for two..."
"No you daft sod," Mrs Skoob responded. "It's not for the pot."
"What's it for then?" the jaw-dropped spoofer asked.
"It's a Christmas present for the grandkids."
"So what's it doing here?"
Mrs Skoob went on to explain, that the Skoobs would be looking after the cute little bunny, which at no point uttered the immortal line: "What's Up Doc?", until Christmas Eve.
"Oh, great," the third rate spoofer said sardonically. As the cute little bunny hopped from its temporary home, wandered about for a bit and then promptly shat on the floor.
Mrs Skoob went on to explain to the spoofer that she had a rabbit hutch in the back of the van, which they could put in the back garden in the morning, and transfer the rabbit to. In the meantime, the spoofer was expected to act as bodyguard to the wabbit, in order to protect it from being mauled and eaten alive by the family cats.
No mean feat this, as one of the family cats, Scrappy Gatto, daughter of Goombah, is notorious for killing anything that moves, and fighting birds of prey. Especially crows, which aren't strictly speaking, birds of prey, but can be formidable opponents.
Was it a case of mission accomplished, or did the cute ickle bunny wabbit come to an untimely end?
More as we get it.