Crime And Punishment And Bunny Rabbits

It’s so trippy reading Crime and Punishment and listening to 69 Love Songs at the same time. I was reading “And he prepared to brave boldly the terrible catastrophe he anticipated. Occasionally the desire came upon him to rush on Porphyrius, and to strangle him there and then. From the first moment of having entered the magistrate’s office, what he had dreaded most was, lest he might lose his temper. He felt his heart beating violently, his lips become parched, his spittle becoming congealed…” while singing “Let’s pretend we’re bunny rabbits, let’s do it all day long, rapidly becoming rabid, singing little bunny songs…”