Nor a pussy bunny.
Nor a doggie bunny.
Nor an elephant bunny.
Let's be sensible, please.
No, Sidney, Silly Old Fat Man isn't a good name for a bunny rabbit.
Nor is Wizzle Wuzzle.
No, it's not as funny as all that. There's no need to roll about on the floor.
Timmy, what have you got in your hand?
But we haven't had toast and marmalade for two days. Where did you find it?
In your pocket. No you can't eat it... it's all fuzzy.
Now don't touch anything. Go and put it in the waste-paper basket and then wash your hands.
Peggy open the door for him. Don't touch anything and hurry back, please; we need you.
Now then, Hazel, what would you like our bunny rabbit to be called?
Yes, I think Princess Anne is a very pretty name, but I don't think it's a very good name for a boy bunny rabbit. We'll call him Billy Bunny Rabbit...
Because that's his name.
Well, because I happen to know. We're not going to discuss it any more.
Sue don't kiss Neville like that.
Because he doesn't like it.
  Yes, I know you like it, but he doesn't.
I don't know why he doesn't like it, but he doesn't.
No, and you can't go under the table and kiss Sidney, because he doesn't like it either.
Well, you didn't like it yesterday, Sidney. You must learn to make up your mind, mustn't you?
George...
Lavinia, you tell us what our bunny rabbit was doing all day.
He was riding a horse, was he? That is unusual for a rabbit, isn't it? I expect he went gallopy gallopy, don't you.
Oh good, Sidney, you are coming out to help us tell... no, Sidney, you cannot go gallopy-gallopy...
Neville, Susan, Peggy. . . everybody. . . come back here at once. You cannot go gallopy...
Sidney, come back here.
You know, sometimes I don't think love is enough with children.


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