I may have had *this much* UV Blue tonight. (You can't see me, but I'm holding my fingers a sufficient distance apart to convey a sense of giddy fuzziness.)
I got some rabbits. For the dogs. They were cheap. They were cheap because they were basically just dead rabbits.
I spent like... five hours thawing, skinning, and gutting them. Omigod, I did not realize that rabbit guts smelled so bad. And wow, rabbits have a lot poo inside of them. Also, bladders. Thank god those were still frozen.
Anyway, after my epic rabbit cleaning night, I took a shower and realized I probably deserved some fruity alcohol. You know, to hopefully erase the memory of the smell of rabbit guts. Has not worked so far.
Fun fact: Apparently skinned rabbits look like skinned cats, so it is considered polite to leave a foot on a dead rabbit carcass so people know it's not a cat. This allegedly originated in the 1940's, when some not-so-honest butchers were trying to pass off cat meat as rabbit meat. Leaving a rabbit foot on the carcass was actually mandated by the government at that time. Fascinating.
PS - one of my cats grabbed a 3-pound rabbit carcass out of the sink and ran around the house with it, trying to find a safe place to eat it. Never before have I seen something so awesome... yet horrifying.
I have a lot of rabbit feet. They're in a cottage cheese container in my fridge. So don't go into my fridge and try to get a bowl of cottage cheese, because you will end up with a bowl of rabbit feet instead.
Wow. I should go to bed.