Today’s Bunnitch month submission as spearheaded by BrickercupMasterX3 is dedicated to a fellow DeviantArtist, Advanced-Dorkness, who is going to celebrate her birthday tomorrow. So, Advanced-Dorkness, I hope you will have a great celebration and I hope you enjoy this overall post.
(Mitch and Bunny have just got back from a skirmish with some thugs. Prior to what happened, Bunny transformed into her hulk form when she was severely battered by some thugs. One of the thugs knocked Mitch out cold, thus accelerating her overall transformation. After what transpired, Mitch woke up and saw a badly battered Bunny. He took her in his arms and wept.)
Mitch: Oh, Bun. Please don’t leave me. You can’t go just yet!
(Mitch’s tears fall on Bunny’s face. She wakes up faintly on his arms.)
Mitch: Bunny. Thank God you’re okay. I thought I lost you.
Bunny: It’s okay, Mitch, I did what I can.
(Bunny notices Mitch’s teary face and a sad smile.)
Bunny: Mitch, why are you still crying? I’m still here, you know.
Mitch: It’s just that I have someone to protect. And that someone is you.
Bunny: Oh, Mitch.
Mitch: Come on. I’ll carry you home.
Narrator: Oh, how touching to see such a beautiful, caring couple like this. So, once again the day is saved. Thanks to Mitch the Persecutor and Bunny the Bouncing Mountain.
This moment can certainly melt one’s heart because of how a tough guy like Mitch can be such a big softie, especially to his darling wife Bunny. It also helps that the street they are in has houses which give the pair an undeniable sense of nostalgia. Gee, I wonder why?
Thanks for taking the time to take a gander at this piece of Bunnitch fan art and read this post.
Mitch Mitchelson and Bunny Utonium from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.