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Topic: Chopped Bunnies
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Aug 9, 2019 09:16PM)
I purchased a wooden top hat that is chop cup. Quite lovely actually. I'm guessing a logical routine to pursue is one with a bunny. Anyone know where I can purchase chopped bunnies? I know I could make my own, just wondering if they existed somewhere on the market. No luck with the Google machine.
Message: Posted by: Mr. Woolery (Aug 10, 2019 11:22AM)
One option is to use regular chop balls, but a small stuffed bunny for the final load. If bought in bulk, these could be given away to kids.

Patrick
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Aug 11, 2019 12:06AM)
[quote]On Aug 9, 2019, Wizard of Oz wrote:
I purchased a wooden top hat that is chop cup. Quite lovely actually. I'm guessing a logical routine to pursue is one with a bunny. Anyone know where I can purchase chopped bunnies? I know I could make my own, just wondering if they existed somewhere on the market. No luck with the Google machine. [/quote]

PM'd you.
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Aug 11, 2019 01:43PM)
Thank you Bill. That is helpful information!
Message: Posted by: Magic.J.Manuel (Sep 6, 2019 11:38AM)
Maybe you can put iron shavings in the bunny's food. :wow:
Message: Posted by: Paul Rathbun (Sep 10, 2019 09:14PM)
[quote]On Aug 9, 2019, Wizard of Oz wrote:
I purchased a wooden top hat that is chop cup. Quite lovely actually. I'm guessing a logical routine to pursue is one with a bunny. Anyone know where I can purchase chopped bunnies? I know I could make my own, just wondering if they existed somewhere on the market. No luck with the Google machine. [/quote]

Where did you find the cup? Thanks.
Message: Posted by: Wizard of Oz (Sep 11, 2019 07:30PM)
I purchased it at Fantasma in NYC about 5 years ago. There was only one in a display case, so I'm not sure if it is a one-off item, or if there are more floating around out there.
Message: Posted by: Bill Palmer (Sep 13, 2019 02:21AM)
There is one in the Cups and Balls Museum that was made by Evanna Brening, daughter of the late Celeste Evans.