an obscure term referring to a simple and visually appealing presentation with cheery connotations, as would be evoked by the sight of small harmless animals waddling or hopping to and fro; usage of this term is nuanced, as it can be a descriptor (“That sales pitch was just ducks and bunnies”) or a standalone noun (“For the quarterly review we need to have ducks and bunnies for the executives”); such content can have a mildly anesthetic effect on the audience, leaving a generally favorable impression without conveying much in the way of substance; conceptually similar to but less complex than a dog-and-pony show

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