A rabbit trying to eat food gets stuck to the bottom of a cup during a snow carnival in Beijing, China, Monday. The Chinese Lunar New Year begins on Feb. 3 and marks the start of the Year of the Rabbit, according to the Chinese zodiac. You write the cutline. (AP Photo/Ng Han Guan)
1. A rabbit from the WSU School of Veterinary gets his beer-cup stuck on his head after a night of partying following the big in-state rivalry victory over the Dawgs. “The lampshade was already taken by the goose”, said the bunny -- Gary D. Rhodes.
2. Someone is about to hear the news that the rabbit died/Cindy; and: t this is a sign of how the “year of the rabbit” is going to go, I’ll stick with the tiger -- Jen.
3 Things get hare-y for Peter when the missus shows up: “There you go again. I find y’ in paper when it says Yin Metal this year” -- John.