I was looking for ‘rabbit’ jokes online and found this extract from a longer article by Rowan Pelling from the Independent September 2006!
There's a much-repeated "statistic" that tells us more people buy Rampant Rabbit vibrators each year than buy washing machines. Mind you, I never see actual numbers quoted and I could say with equally spurious gravitas that a zillion times more people buy Kit-Kats every day than buy sex toys. Does this prove something momentous about lovemaking? It seems to me the important questions in the Rabbit/washing machine debate is: does your bunny come with a five-year warranty, and will it be kind to your delicates? Because they both come with a choice of speeds and you'll feel a bit fruity if you straddle your Zanussi.
Given the choice, I'd go for the washing machine every time. Which is not to diminish the impact of the Rabbit - the most successful sex toy in the history of onanism. The ubiquitous bunny has appeared in Sex and the City, is Ann Summers' best-selling line, and this week stars in a new British film called Rabbit Fever about a group of women addicted to their favourite appliance. Although reviews suggest it's about as amusing as a bath of cold vomit, it's still an astonishing piece of product promotion.