The Book of Bunny Suicides
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Television film (co-written with Mark Burton, Kevin Cecil, Simon Godley, Rory McGrath, John O'Farrell, Griff Rhys Jones and Mel Smith, 1994)
This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.This is undoubtedly the most perverted book I’ve ever read. It’s also ingenious, and it’s very funny.
This book is a lot of fun, and it only takes twenty minutes to read because there are none of those pesky words for you to worry about. The Bumper Book of Bunny Suicides is basically a collection of short comics, each of which shows a suicidal bunny trying to end it all. It might sound depressing, but it’s not – it’s just cute, and you’ll be perpetually impressed by the creativity that the author shows. Note: If you like bunnies and do not want to see them in a dejected state to the point that they commit suicides (as the title implies) I suggest you do not read this book. The most moving account of rabbit-related depression I can recall reading. It will stay with me in my toilet for a long, long time.” —Alex Buxton, co-creator of The Adam and Joe ShowRiley has co-written two TV adaptations of David Walliams books: Gangsta Granny and The Boy in the Dress. My favorite suicidal bunnies are the “Beam me up Scotty” and “Noah’s Ark” and also the “airplane toilet” and, and, and so many others.