3 Scottish guys (in full accent) stalked by a bunny on the road (hilarious video)

Three Scottish guys driving down the road, and a rabbit, for some reason, refuses to leave the road in front of them.  Like the Energizer bunny, it just keeps running and running in front of their car. For five whole minutes.  Every time they stop the care, the rabbit stops. Then they start, and it runs in front of the car again.

The Scottish accent is worth the price of admission alone. I probably didn’t understand 80% of this video.
scottish-guys-rabbit

Oh I don’t know, it don’t want us to get by him.

Why’s he no want to go in the grass?

Cuz there’s beasties in there.

Okay, you sneak by him.

Oh my God, he’s back in the f’g road.

It’s f’g following us. F’g rabbit.

Oh there he goes, it’s getting his speed up again. I can’t even believe this.

Every time we stop, he stops.


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  • Tony

    So sad that after 5 minutes the run it over and kill it.

  • http://www.zazzle.com/fierylocks FieryLocks

    Maybe it was the ‘Killer Rabbit’!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgj3nZWtOfA

  • http://www.zazzle.com/fierylocks FieryLocks

    Mmmmm Scotsmen! This one is my favorite…

    http://rorymccann.tumblr.com/page/3

  • redflagged

    “You sneak by him” :) Hilarious.

  • Kayleigh Dyess

    Their laughter is so infectious! I was wiping tears off my face watching this. I actually watched it twice and about to go on my third. Love the accents, it makes it that much better. “Oh my god, I can’t believe this!”

  • Ken Burnside

    It’s gonna bust its wee Heart, Funny

  • Ken Burnside

    Your not getting by me you bastards. Funny

  • Ken Burnside

    its sayin knock me doon,

  • Ken Burnside

    It was all lowland Glasgow scots dialect nae gaelic

  • Callum

    That is so cool. I just hope the guys didn’t get frustrated and run the rabbit over. Lets hope not.

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  • Mona Street

    Wasn’t one gaelic word

  • lilyannerose

    Now that was FUN! Thank you!

  • Number Six

    There was a car coming from the opposite direction. That’s what got the wee bunny.

  • Number Six

    You’d never believe they’d just left the pub, would you?

  • HelenRainier

    I was in tears and my stomach hurts from laughing — I couldn’t understand most of it buy could clearly make out “fucking rabbit” several times! This was too darned funny.

  • rdiac

    Somebody please tell me the rabbit survived. Even if that means lying. I really want to know.

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  • Jim Olson

    There’s a lot of Scots gaelic in there, particularly the gent in the back seat. There’s always one in a crowd of Scots who is completely unintelligible, even to other Scots.

  • BillFromDover

    I believe it has something to do with rabbit stew?

  • TampaZeke

    Kwafty wabbit!

  • TampaZeke

    I laughed so hard that I couldn’t breath. My grandparents were Scottish right off the boat so I could understand quite a bit of it but the rest may as well have been in Swedish.

  • Cletus

    I think it was, considering the final “Oh my God”…

  • Cletus

    I was ready to say “Scottish Rednecks” until they did stop and try and let it get away. Good on them.

  • nowaRINO

    sad, I don’t understand but one word my mother’s cousins are saying.

  • http://AMERICAblog.com/ John Aravosis

    Didn’t notice that. Hope not.

  • Mike_in_the_Tundra

    Actually I was thinking of a book from childhood, Bunnicula. Where else can you see a very confused cat try to hammer a t-bone steak into a rabbit’s chest.

    Then there was “Wallace and Grommet and Were-rabbit.”

  • ariesmatt

    LOL! I hadn’t watched that in decades. It really holds up well with time. Thanks for posting!

  • http://AMERICAblog.com/ John Aravosis

    Now that’s a brilliant idea.

  • http://AMERICAblog.com/ John Aravosis

    Crafty rabbit.

  • http://AMERICAblog.com/ John Aravosis

    That’s in part why it is funny. They’re speaking English, yet we can barely understand them (to me that’s funny), but their enthusiasm and laughter has me howling, and is contagious :)

  • Jack Robertson

    cant see why this is on an american site i mean im scottish and im in tears so its not going to be as funny for people that cant understand our accent

  • http://ferryfolk.com Danalan

    Definitely a thump. I knew it wouldn’t end well.

  • Skycat

    A Welsh rabbit no doubt!

  • Max_1
  • Max_1

    If the rabbit was following them…
    … Why was it in front?

  • emjayay

    I was under the impression they ran over it while trying to pass. Until then it was laugh-outloud-at-your-computer funny.

  • Cletus

    “… there be beasties in there…”

    Bet it would have been even funnier with subtitles.

  • Peter Cottontail

    Perhaps it was all highly technical jargon hypothesizing why the rabbit was acting that way.

  • keirmeister

    Too funny. But despite the terror that rabbit was causing, the guys went out of their way not to run it over. Bless them. :)

  • TonyT

    Was that a thump at the end of the video? The Fooking rabbit

  • FUFatherEisenman

    Look, that rabbit’s got a vicious streak a mile wide! It’s a killer!

  • pappyvet

    Aye tis a tragedy when a Man cant get the road from a bloody fargoing rabbit. Ah the shame of it all says I.

  • http://AMERICAblog.com/ John Aravosis

    Yes, the “f’g” I got, but I seriously couldn’t understand much beyond that

  • Peter Cottontail

    That was strange, and funny as well. I was able to understand more than 80% of what they were saying but only because 40%-50% of it was “f__ing rabbit”.

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