1930 – Easter Bunnies breed like rabbits – at Venice Beach

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11 comments

  1. George Kaplan

    And mere moments before there were but two inflatable rabbits…
    Imagine if it were not the Easter Bunny but, instead, the killer rabbit of Caerbannog! Scary! (possibly a slightly obscure reference, there) Where’s the Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch when they need it? 🙂

  2. Oh Lord V
    The Dandy thought the rabbits were real for a moment and then, they are merely inflatable.
    Despite being a little let down, I am adore this shot and wonder why did we stop dressing children thus – I had hilarious grab as a child and it was such fun.
    So much better than being done up like a grown up from the get go!
    Yours ever
    The Perfumed Dandy

    • As a grown up I wouldn’t mind that little outfit with the suspenders and Peter Pan collar… Although, we did have a big discussion at Easter Lunch about when not dressing your age is no longer fun and funky – but just peculiar. I assert that when your neck gets… textured… it’s time to go a bit more conservative.

      • But surely the texturing if the neck merely calls for a different approach to not dressing one’s age… how about not dressing from one’s age in history?
        Nothing, surely, could disguise a distressed decolletage than a Jacobean ruff?!?
        When and if the time ever comes, perhaps The Kid would be kind enough to oblige!!
        Yours ever
        The Perfumed Dandy

      • Ah, the latest from the atelier is a long sleeved, long waisted, form fitted (I mean really form fitted), twisted like a double helix (some FANCY pattern making) black gauze (see through), boat neck, stretch jersey t-shirt. It looks marvelous on a sleek, broad shouldered, young man 😉

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