Doug

This has over 6 Million views.
This has over 6 Million views.

So here’s a rabbit eating raspberries.

 

That’s it. Just :33 seconds long. It was posted just three days ago and, at the time of this posting, has over 6.6 million views. That’s million, with a “million”. I just don’t… I mean, sure I watched it. And now I’m inviting you to watch it. But seriously, how does this get over six million views in just three days? CBS’s show, The Crazy Ones, starring Robin Williams got less views than that for it’s season finale. And it’s on a major television network! That’s, well, crazy. Over 6.6 million views of a rabbit eating raspberries. That’s more views than the season four premier of Game of Thrones on HBO. And “everybody” is watching that thing!

Maybe everyone is just imagining this being the Rabbit from Monty Python’s Holy Grail. You know, the Rabbit of Caerbannog. The most foul, cruel and bad tempered rodent you ever set eyes on. Maybe that’s the thing. Because seriously. Looking at those red stained lips as the rabbit devours yet another raspberry. Sure, it’s all cute and sweet… but then, it starts to look a bit creepy. I mean, that’s really red. Almost blood red. And those berries. Are they really berries? Or the flesh of it’s latest victim? Watch at your own risk.

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