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Hello fellow Cricket Media Readers! I am sure some of you, like myself, receive Muse as well as Cricket (and possibly some of the other magazines). I am researching the Hot Pink Bunny epidimic, the origin of the HPBs, and trying to collect as much information as possible on the species. Then I will send a letter to Muse to try and get my findings published (and hope that the HPBs don't intercept the letter).

Any information is vital, particularly mail from pre-2018 Muse mags! We already have a start - at least one letter in every mag seems to menition the HPBs, and there is a Wikipedia article on them. Help me in the plight against the HPBs! Help me discover their origins and intentions! 


P.S. - Is the Muse blog still running? I couldn't find it. 

submitted by CignusMoon, age 156 moons, The Story World
(March 9, 2019 - 10:03 pm)

CIGNUSMOON WHERE HAVE YOU BEEN *Flying tackle hug* Also, I, too, have been researching HPBs. They seem to have a sophisticated way of life, with multiple tiers of bunnies. The most common and known are the regular HPBs, which have a solid hot pink coat. The slightly more secretive are the albino HPBs, which are somehow not entirely white. Their coats are usually a very light blush pink, and their eyes are blue. The most elusive HPBs are the Silver Bunwas, which have coats of fur with black at the base, silver in the middle, and hot pink at the end of each strand of fur. Intriguing, right? Not only that, but each Silver Bunwa seems to be able to read and control the minds of the other HPBs around them. They are treated as royalty, and there are only a few, which have never been seen by the mortal eye.


I have more info, ask me again later.


Do not ask me where I got this information.

submitted by Rogue Wildling
(March 10, 2019 - 2:21 am)

Heyyyy! I have so many old Muse magazines, boxes and boxes that my brother used to get and some we got from a friend--I love the old ones to death, suffice it to say that I was quite upset when they changed the magazine. (PRETTY MUCH ENTIRELY CHANGED, PEOPLE) I know quite a lot about the Hot Pink Bunnies, although I don't have much time right now to say stuff--but I can tell you about the origin of them.

Back...nevermind. A long time ago, there was a huge debate about Cats vs. Dogs. People were writing in, saying "CATS ARE BETTER THAN DOGS!" and "DOGS ARE BETTER THAN CATS!" and eventually, the editors of the magazine finally got so fed up with it all that they declared that, furthermore, they would be replacing all phrases stating the superiority of either animal with a line of--yes, there we have it--hot pink bunnies. Now, I don't actually have the actual issues in which the debates were going on, but I have other issues that tell the story. Also, I don't know where the editors got that incredible hot pink bunny emoji/picture/whatever, but that's the story. Now, though, most Muse readers don't know this all and it kinda breaks my heart to see how much Muse is changed and how people don't know about its HERITAGE. *Much sobbing* 

I'm pretty sure the Muse blog got taken down. Unfortunately, I never even got a chance to look at it. I think it was removed when they did a makeover on the mag.

A Wiki article? How do you find it?? I searched around a little bit but didn't find one. I did find a Muse mag article, and the person/people who wrote it didn't seem particularly biased towards the new magazine. 

submitted by Leafpool, age No, not a cat
(March 10, 2019 - 11:24 am)

I just looked up "hot pink bunnies muse" and it came up with a fandom wiki page that talks about the cats/dogs thing and the Bunny Apocalypse RPs.

Thanks everyone for the info! 

I'm not posting the actual link because there are ads on the page that comes up, which is against our policy.


submitted by CignusMoon, age 156 moons, The Story World
(March 12, 2019 - 9:38 pm)

It appears to still be running?

submitted by Catsclaw
(March 10, 2019 - 1:42 pm)

Actually, it's MuseBlog 2 now, as the original one got hacked...

submitted by Catsclaw
(March 10, 2019 - 1:43 pm)

I can't find it. Can someone post a link? 

I'm not sure about that at all. There are other things called Muse besides the Cricket Media publication.


submitted by CignusMoon, age 156 moons, The Story World
(March 12, 2019 - 9:33 pm)

I've been trying to find information on them, too! Wasn't there something about them being created to stop people from saying things dissing or praising one animal or pet above another?

submitted by The Girl Next Door, age 14, Washington
(March 10, 2019 - 2:44 pm)