Dear friends, as you know, during International Rabbit Day, I discovered many things about my mysterious identity, like that I have secretive fighting techniques. But since I am a public figure now, I have to be careful about how I conduct myself, and it is bad to be caught on tape fighting.
There's an old rabbit's tale that says if you visit the great pumpkin patch during October, there you will find the old Llama who kindly dispenses wisdom and teaches all creatures how to achieve inner peace.
So I searched high and low and I found what I knew had to be the great pumpkin patch. Hmm, do rabbits like pumpkins? I do not know.
After playing in the hay and pushing the pumpkins around a little, I spotted two great llamas! I noticed that one of them learned how to cut his own hair around his neck, so I figured that one must be the wise one.
"Great Llama," I said, "how can I learn to keep my savage beast tendencies at bay?"
"Chomp, chomp, chomp, lick," said the Great Llama.
"Great Llama," I said "how can I learn to be more peaceful and calm like you?"
"Chomp, chomp, chomp, smack, lick," said the Great Llama.
Maybe this llama was too wise because I didn't understand his lesson, so I decided to go back to playing with the pumpkins. It was then that I learned that rabbits DO like pumpkins, so it was all worth it.