I told you they made one of these for every taste.
This bunny one is much smaller than the others, not big enough to be a paperweight. I guess since it’s rather dirty you needed to be able to stick it in your desk drawer when the boss showed up. It’s dated 1975.
It seems strange that so many people resorted to expressing their feelings via a weird mass-produced figurine. However, I guess it’s the thought that counts, and it must have worked, because there are billions of these out in the world, it seems.
Just as I wrote that part 2 of your three-part Valentine’s Day statue submissions was my favorite I may be changing my mind. The fact that these hard plastic “greeting card” statues were sold in innocent little card shops and geeky gift sections of drugstores makes this particular statue a real contender. I don’t remember the message of many of these being as risqu√© as “Happiness Is Finding You in the Sack” and interpreted by two little horny bunnies embracing each other, tongues descended.
These are also unique in their small stature.
Part 2 at https://www.alleewillis.com/awmok/kitschenette/2010/02/07/love-for-sale-part-2-valentines-day-contest-submission/
Part 1 at https://www.alleewillis.com/awmok/kitschenette/2010/02/07/love-for-sale-part-1-valentines-day-contest-submission/