Sunday, April 8, 2012

And what's Easter without a little...

Killer Bunnies!

Today in church we talked about how bunnies, grass, eggs, etc., represent new life.  Well, Dave and I had to play Killer Bunnies to mix in a little death with those symbols of life!  :D

Here is a picture at the end of the game:

A close up of my carrots and bunnies:

A close up of Dave's carrots and bunnies:

Yeah, Dave was totally kicking my butt.  But, because Killer Bunnies is cool like that, I still won!  Haha!  That's right.  I love this game.

Another cool feature of the game: I always go first because the rule is that the person whose birthday is the closest to February 12th goes first (I'm one day before that).  :D


  1. Ha ha, what a great Easter game! I've only played Killer Bunnies once, and I had no idea what I was doing. I played the ebola bunny card really early on, and it kind of ruined the game. Everyone was realy frustrated and upset. I kind of enjoyed it... but I don't think other people did. :)

  2. Ha! I forgot about killer bunnies until we played it a few weeks ago with friends. And it is cool/frustrating how the winner in the end can be the guy (or girl, in your case) that got stomped all game long. I guess Dave got his laughs, and then you got yours :)

  3. I've never heard of that game before!

  4. Yes, this game is hilarious! I first played it in 2007 and I immediately thought it was the coolest game ever. Even when weird stuff like the Ebola Virus happens, it is such a fun game (although cards like that can really extend the game longer than you want them to go).

    Steff, I'll bring it the next time Dave and I come to Flagstaff and we can play it. It's rules/procedures are pretty simple to pick up, but there are so many different cards that every time you play it is pretty different.