Lila & Bandit: “Oh HEY human mom…”dancing-rabbits
Me: “Hello, Littles. What are you doing?”
Lila: “Dancing.”
Me: “I did not know rabbits could dance.”
Lila: “Yup. We dance. Mostly at night when you are asleep. Bandit has been teaching me some new moves.”
Me: “How nice! Let’s see some of these moves.”
Bandit: “Show her your twerk, Lila.”
Me: “Wait…What? No! Absolutely no twerking. Rabbits do not twerk!”
Lila: “Why not?”
Me: “For starters, it is very inappropriate – especially for kits your age.”
Bandit: “Well, the human on TV said it’s fun and it’s sexy.”
Me: “Alright, that’s enough of that kind of talk.”
Bandit: “What’d I say?”
Me: “Sexy is not a good word for baby rabbits to use.”
Bandit: “So, no more twerking and no more sexy?”
Me: “That is correct. And definitely no more television.”

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