by Michael C.
Josh had found an image on-line
of a couple dressed in bunny costumes to send to
his wife on Easter. She had a particular aversion
to people in rabbit suitscreepy,
she had saidso he intended it as a
joke. After he had emailed the jpeg, he dragged
it to his trash, but it would not go in. Cmon,
get back into your rabbit hole, he muttered.
He tried several more times and finally restarted
his computer to see if it would clear up the
glitch. It did not. To hell with it, he
thought, and went on to something else. Later his
wife came into his office and asked when he got
her a new computer. He said he didnt know
what she was talking about and went with her to
her work area. Sure enough a new computer sat
next to her old one. Josh explained that he had
no idea how the second computer got there, and
his wife waved him off with a sly smile and
thanked him for the Easter gift. Its
very sweet of you, honey, knowing that my old
computer needed to be replaced. Perplexed,
Josh returned to his office only to find two new
computers next to his year-old iMac. What the
. . .? Okay, whos playing a joke on us?
he wondered, and then looked at his computers
monitor. The bunny image that he could not get
rid of was different than the one he had
originally uploaded. The new one displayed
bunnies copulating. Suddenly he heard his wife
shout his name, and he rushed to her. When he
arrived on the scene, he found her standing
before a row of new computers. Look!
she cried out. Whats going on? Every
time I turn around theres more computers. It
was then that Josh figured out what was happening.