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Frank and Ernest by Thaves for November 30, 2018

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  1. ChukLitl Premium Member about 2 years ago

    If the stick is properly applied the carrot isn’t needed

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  2. GreasyOldTam  about 2 years ago

    If the carrot is properly applied, the stick isn’t needed, and nobody calls the cops or CPS on you.

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  3. Iron Pounder  about 2 years ago

    Each needs to be applied in proper proportion. The carrot as reward for good behavior. The stick to instruct that the consequence of bad behavior is pain and something to be avoided. The latter lesson is something that is no longer taught. Full prisons are one result.

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  4. Happy, happy, happy!!! Premium Member about 2 years ago

    BUNNY!

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  5. 1953Baby  about 2 years ago

    Okay, questions from suburban-city gal to folks who have met with wild rabbits: do rabbits really like carrots, or do they like the greens? Where did this bunny-carrot thing get started? We had a wild rabbit in our garden (strictly plants) for a few weeks, and it ate the green plants we had in the yard. . .

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  6. GuntherGrass  about 2 years ago

    Carrots are properly tied onto sticks and dangledbin front of donkeys just out of reach. Any other use of sticks constitutes animal cruelty and will be handled by vengeful cartoon animals

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  7. GuntherGrass  about 2 years ago

    Carrots are properly tied onto sticks and dangled in front of donkeys just out of reach. Any other use of sticks constitutes animal cruelty and will be handled in an appropriate manner by vengeful cartoon animals.

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  8. Saddenedby Premium Member about 2 years ago

    How about carrot sticks Mr. Bunny?

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  9. Herb L 1954  about 2 years ago

    What’s up Doc?

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  10. Jim  about 2 years ago

    Carrot sticks make a nice snack.

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  11. Iwa Iniki Premium Member about 2 years ago

    I love carrots; however, never eat sticks.

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