Monday, November 21, 2011

Little Bunny Foo Foo: A Cautionary Tale


We’ve all heard the song, possibly even sang along. There is a GIT (Goon in Training) rabbit named Foo Foo who unduly harasses the populations of field mice. He is given more than his fair share of chances, but insists on being a thug.



Little Bunny Foo Foo
Hopping through the forest
Scoopin' up the field mice
Bop 'em on the head!
Then the Good Fairy came and said:
'Little Bunny Foo Foo
I don't wanna see you
Scoopin' up the field mice
Bop 'em on the head!
I'll give you 3 chances,
And if you don't behave, I will turn you into a goon!"

But what happened after Foo Squared was turned into a goon? Well that is hard to say, the goon network is a close knit group, but I like to think it went something like this.

Foo Squared started in bottom of the goon ranks and worked his fluffy tale off to move up the chain of command. He made a friendship with Bunny Corleone who would end up in charge of his own goon family and in one grand coup eliminate the other four heads of the goon syndicate. However, Foo Squared would never live to see Bunny’s rise to fame. One day after terrorizing field mice he was asked to go undercover into Roger Rabbits’ family. Foo Squared had the reputation for being the meanest and toughest of all goons. But one day Bunny Corleone received a fish wrapped in newspaper and he knew. Foo Squared now sleeps with the fishes.

So let that be a lesson to you. Goon today, gone tomorrow.

5 comments:

Mandie said...

You just made my day. Hilarious although I did think it said a culinary tale when I first read the title (Must be because I'm looking up recipes at the moment) :)

M.D. Christie said...

Bahahaha! I love this little song!! I'm glad that LBFF got his in the end! HA

Liz Schulte's Blog said...

A culinary tale would have been a whole different take. His nickname then would be Twofoo. hahahaha

Fairday Morrow said...

I absolutely love this poem and the picture! Used to sing this when I was a kid, and I always did the little bop hand motion! Great post- thanks! ~ Jess
http://thesecretdmsfilesoffairdaymorrow.blogspot.com/

L.J. Kentowski said...

Dying here!!! I loved this book and we always sang along. Great story.

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