Playboy Club Bunny Manual, 1968

I think we're going to have to institute these standards at DNA Lounge. Particularly:

  • Chewing gum or eating in view of patrons
  • Dirty or unpolished fingernails
  • Bunny ears not worn in center of head, bent incorrectly
  • Bikini panties showing or not worn
  • Unkept tail
  • In all cases when a Bunny is smoking while on duty, she is to "take a puff" and set the cigarette in an ashtray. Bunnies are not to stand or sit holding a cigarette.
  • Good grooming starts with a daily bath and good deodorant.
  • Twist, watusi, bugaloo, etc., are examples of acceptable dances.

Also, don't "allow yourself to be in a situation where complications arise." Always good advice.

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8 Responses:

  1. Joe says:

    1968... Animal Mother could very well be the son of Bunny Mother.

  2. shalpin says:

    Unkept as in not possessed vs unkempt as in untidy. Typo or Freudian slip?

    • hattifattener says:

      Unkept isn't necessarily wrong. "Kept" also has the sense of "housekeeping", "upkeep", "well-kept", etc..

      Not sure which meaning is more likely. "Unkempt" specifically suggests an uncombed tail (it shares a root) whereas "unkept" suggests any and all aspects of proper tail maintenance.

  3. Different Jamie says:

    Ah, the good old days, where men were men and women were rabbits.

    Now, people think furries are strange.

  4. Tom Lord says:

    I just want to be a fly on the wall in the staff meeting where you introduce the concept of quantized merits and demerits. I think that'd be pretty funny.

  5. Ian says:

    TL:DR: Do what you're told, bitch.

    If you haven't already seen it, the 1942 Disney employees' manual on the same site also has some jaw-dropping bits of sexism.

    • captain18 says:

      At least if you decided to work at the Playboy club, you theoretically had a pretty good idea what you're getting yourself into...

  6. Leonardo Herrera says:

    Damn. Now I have to search in YouTube for "watusi" and "bugaloo."