It’s a wonderful-smelling soap bubble wrapped in fresh linen, and is so big that it’s often mistaken for a moon.
Its inhabitants are similar to rabbits, except they are completely different. These Bubble Button Bunnies popped into existence in much the same way as bubbles appear around soapy baths. They began to appear in The Bathroom nearly a thousand years ago. Since then, they have been travelling, or rather swishing around within the confines of their spherical home, doing everyone’s laundry with the utmost precision and care. No one really knows why they do this, although some suspect it has something to do with their unique physiology.
These bunnies, also know as Fur Bubbles, have no brains and are made of hollow, furry bubbles. They use the furry deflated bodies of their dead to rub, scrub and remove tough stains. The Bunnies’ only natural predator is Granny von Ostwitch, who frequently bakes them into her infamous rabbit-soap pies.
As a footnote, it’s worth mentioning that the Moles of Bog World, who are a droll, primitive lot, worship The Laundry as some sort of moon god. Whenever it appears in the skies, they perform a strange ritual during which they tickle each other and then hide their heads in the sand.