"The rabbit of this day was observed this way."
And so begins each entry in Oolong's photo diary. But first let me explain.
From that point I knew I had to find out the story behind this photo. I looked
at the url of the picture, and traced back to the original site.
I spent the next 3 hours going completely through every single
picture on the site, reading every caption and comment and saving them all to
my computer. I checked back every week waiting hopefully for each new installment
I checked the counter on the site, and I was suprised at how very
few visitors there had been to the site, about 2000 by my first count. It was
then I realised this was an untouched website, probably only visited regularly
by the owner and his friends in its 4 years on the net. I decided then to keep
the site a secret, and I did for the next few months.
Oolong's owner posted this message following his rise in popularity. It made me feel sad, and I felt somehow I had caused the peaceful little world of Oolong to become an object of mockery among the internet community. I still feel that way to some extent, however I have chosen to create this area of my site as a tribute to Oolong. I hope you enjoy it.
Here are some facts about Oolong.
So how did Oolong's owner discover his rabbits unique ability
for "Head Performance"? Well from what I can tell on the 24th of May
1999, Oolong balanced his first object on his head.
"Baumkuchen" circular cake
And now here is a link to Oolong's website. Before you enter, please do not
go to make fun or laugh at Oolong, and please do not write Oolong's owner with
accusations of cruelty. Just visit and enjoy and appreciate while you can. 7
years is a long time for a rabbit. Thank you.
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