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i never thought about flopping in this way, but it makes sense. mine would do this while i was bonding, flop together, but on opposite sides of the room. it makes sense when you read the description...
from the Language of Lagomorphs site (required bunny reading if you have not read it yet!): language.rabbitspeak.com/
Note: If rabbits don't get along they may play a little game one could call "I'm happier than you are." Usually when a rabbit flops near another it shows how comfortable it is with the other, but with rabbits that are not good friends it can actually be used as a mild insult. When used in this way it means something similar to the "I don't care about you" insult described later, but more like "I'm happy and you're a miserable excuse for a rabbit, so there."
oh! aren't bunnies grand?