It might seem like an easy win for hand carved Santas but if Monty Python taught us nothing else they taught us to not to underestimate bunnies.
Let the fight begin.
man those hand carved bunnies are so adorably bad ass, but bad assery isn't enough in this fight. You got to have gut when you are coming up against those seemingly frail old men draped in red. I tend to think the Santas have the upper hand but I expect they wouldn't come out of the fight looking quite as pretty -- knicks in their finish, pink bunny paint staining their beards, broken hats. Don't expect any nice family entertainment here.
I'm tempted to root for Team Santa, on the theory of backup. A basketful of rotten eggs isn't going to do much for you when you're up against a calvary of reindeer and an army of elves. It takes a about a day for Salmonella to take down Prancer, Blitzen, Elrond and Legolas, by which point the remains of the battle will have already been recycled into fashionable coats and capes.
My first reflex was to put my money on the Santas... but then I took a better look at the situation, and I have to say the bunnies might actually shred the bearded ones to bits.
My top 10 reasons why the bunnies win this fight:
The Santas don't stand a chance.
I'm going to say that the big guys win big here for one reason - they own the high ground by means of a flying sleigh. Sure, the bunnies have the numbers, but if the Santas are raining down a fury of "presents" from above, the furry woodland creatures don't stand much of a chance.
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