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Kringe - Was'n'das?

Es sind immer die Kleinsten und Flauschigsten, die uns zur Weihnacht die größte Freude machen!

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Kringe      59 years     Professional artist     Approach to criticism   Normal
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Leichnam - 20.11.14 10:18
Man spürt förmlich die Kälte und hört den zieselnden Wind!
JaB - 15.02.11 17:55
Schön! Nen Hasen hätt ich jetzt mit einem Zwerg in Verbindung gebracht!
Kringe - 21.01.11 11:05
@Bommel und Walterscheid: Jau! Zwerg-Kaninchenfrauen unterscheiden sich rein äußerlich kaum von Zwerg-Kaninchenmännern ...
MuhTiger - 21.01.11 10:41
@Bommel: ich glaub die kenn ich ...
Egon - 21.01.11 02:28
Mautzmann von Köpenick im Schneesturm???Klasse........
des - 15.12.10 20:08
...interesting... the Irish for rabbit is "coinín" - pronounced (roughly) as cunneen. Not dissimilar to kaninschen. There's also an English folk word - coney. Cross fertilisation of languages is fascinating. I really like etymology - it brings things together in interesting ways.
Bommel (toonsUp team) - 15.12.10 19:56
... es ist eine SIE und lebt bei mir zu hause. Die Fütterung ist ein wahres Abenteuer!
fine - 15.12.10 16:37
der sieht nicht wirklich so aus, als würde ersiees mir Freude bereiten.. will sich wohl vor dem Kochtopf drücken
Kringe - 14.12.10 14:52
It IS indeed a dwarf bunny from Lord of the Rings (I think I saw one in the extended DVD-version of Part 1 at the Council of Elrond ...).
Note: It's NOT a pygmy rabbit! They live in the african bush, using poisoned darts, or so ...

Well, in German it is - similar to English - "Zwerg-Kaninchen".
des - 13.12.10 22:38
It's not a dwarf bunny from Lord of the Rings is it? Reminds me of Gimli, son of Gloin - not around the ears, obviously...
des - 13.12.10 21:45
Loving the artwork. Unfortunately, beyond the obvious fact that I'm looking at a viking (possibly a berserker ? ) white rabbit somewhere in the snowy wasteland, I have isufficient command of German to hazard even a guess as to whazzat.

tommes - 13.12.10 20:25
Einfach nur Klasse...der Einhasier...

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