The very bad bunny

Spanish translation: El conejito travieso

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English term or phrase:The very bad bunny
Spanish translation:El conejito travieso
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17:57 Jan 30, 2003
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English term or phrase: The very bad bunny
The very bad bunny. PJ Funnybunny did not mean to be bad. But sometimes he could not help it. One morning he spilled pancake syrup all over the kitchen floor. His sister called him a bad bunny. PJ said he was sorry. He did not mean to spill the syrup. "I am sorry," said PJ. But PJ's mother sent him to his room anyway. That made PJ so angry, he threw his pillow out of the window. This time PJ did not mean to be bad. Then one day PJ's little cousin Binky came to visit. He tossed PJ's cowboy hat into a tree and broke PJ's baseball bat. But Binky did not listen. He used PJ's crayons withouthj asking and left them in the sun. The funnybunnys could not believe it. They had never seen such a bad bunny.
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El conejito travieso
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El conejito travieso


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agree  Rachael West: o law/patents?? :-)
4 hrs
  -> Gracias

agree  nimrodtran: ¡ay, estos conejitos pillines!
11 hrs
  -> Ja, ja, ja. Gracias.
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