Sunday, May 13, 2007

A Mother's Work is Never Done...

Since I've decided to take a couple of classes this summer semester sans Big Kid (who may be going to spend a couple of months with his biological dad), the guys decided it was time to retire The Bunny Slippers of Doom, and got me a scarier pair.

Just in case I have to deal with the Cranky Admissions Lady again.

She better be afraid. Very afraid.

Now I'm REALLY going to be a badass!







Happy Mother's Day to all of you other Badasses!

29 comments:

Brenda said...

Man, dem's some badazz bunny slippers you've got there! Are dem fangs honed?

Beth said...

The world is a safer place with Attila and her Bunny Slippers in it. (I certainly feel safer.)

Those are wicked new slippers.

Happy Mother's Day - from one badass to another!

Rhonda said...

Ah . . . rabid bunny slippers!

Happy Mom's Day!

Flamenco Mom said...

I want a pair of those slippers.They are truly bad-ass! Have a great Mother's Day.

golfwidow said...

Those things are made for "Run away! Run away!"

Rootietoot said...

Wow, imagine how easy it's going to be getting the boys ready for school wearing those babies."Here let me kick you in the butt for a little motivation..." Happy Mother's Day!

Queen of the Mayhem said...

I LOVE THEM! I can not think of a better gift for you!

Hope you kick some ass with them!

I feel certain you will!

imfunnytoo said...

wondrous bunnies...they'll protect you all right...

Eileen said...

I am really sick of those cranky Admission people. I think those scary slippers, excuse me scary, badass slippers will do the trick. You are in good hands....Happy Mother's Day!

carmachu said...

Those slippers rock!

Have a great day!

yerdoingitwrong said...

I love em!!! They would scare the crap out of my pissy cat which would make for hours of fun!

kim said...

love the slippers! i hope you had a wonderful mothers day attila *hugs*

Dorky Dad said...

I NEED those bunny slippers. I need them. Now!

Happy Mothers Day!

100 Words said...

Does anybody know why we choose to honour mothers on a different day in America and Britain?

Trish said...

LOL I've got to get me a pair of those :D

Happy Mom's Day

Charlie said...

Love the slippers. I like your goatee too.

Rootietoot said...

100 Words, I think Hallmork picked the date here in the US. Maybe some President's mothers birthday was on the second sunday and so he consulted with Hallmark and determined when optimum flower and card giving time occurred, like right before mid-month payday.

Annie Drogynous said...

I never saw your other bunny slippers but those ROCK!!

Me said...

Happy Mother's Day, Attila ( a belated one now)

Michael Manning said...

Love the slippers!

phlegmfatale said...

I love the stuffing out of your bunny slippers of doom! Give em' Hades, babe!

abfh said...

According to the Wikipedia article about Mother's Day in the United States:

The first known observance of Mother's Day in the U.S. occurred in Albion, Michigan, on May 13, 1877, the second Sunday of the month. According to local legend, Albion pioneer, Juliet Calhoun Blakeley, stepped up to complete the sermon of the Rev. Myron Daughterty, who was distraught because an anti-temperance group had forced his son and two other temperance advocates to spend the night in a saloon and become publicly drunk. In the pulpit, Blakeley called on other mothers to join her. Blakeley's two sons, both travelling salesmen, were so moved that they vowed to return each year to pay tribute to her and embarked on a campaign to urge their business contacts to do likewise. At their urging, in the early 1880s, the Methodist Episcopal Church in Albion set aside the second Sunday in May to recognize the special contributions of mothers.

Apparently it must have been a perilous life, being a temperance advocate... or perhaps the reverend's son was just good at thinking of creative excuses when his dad caught him drunk?

Jennifer McK said...

Ah, the vicious bunny with the "sharp, pointy teeth". My best friend, who is a Monty Python nut, has these. We love them.

Pendullum said...

Wow... Those are nasty slippers... Just nasty....
Happy Belated Mother's day to you Attila...
and I would not wear them down to the admissions... as they may have a no rodent with fangs policy... or someother new fangled policy of the day....and then you are back at square one with your two companions on your feet..

Big Pissy said...

Are those fangs?!?!?

Awesome!!!

Happy Belated Mother's Day!!! :)

TOM said...

I'm a BIG fan of Bunnies, and Killer Rabbits

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Mr. Fabulous said...

Holy crap, those are awesome! Where do you get slippers like that?

mia said...

ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!


Hope you're feeling better!