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  • Birds flew through the air and cunning white rabbits darted amongst the tall grasses and green bushes; Dorothy noticed even the ants toiling busily along the roadway, bearing gigantic loads of clover seed; but of people there were none at all.

    Love Letters

  • His white rabbits caused my mother and Chaduji fearful annoyance, since they ruined the new house.

    Memoirs of an Arabian Princess


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  • I was taught it was necessary to say 'white rabbits' to greet the month before saying anything to anyone on that morning to get good luck. I think I read that somewhere the superstition includes a need to say 'jack rabbits' the previous evening too, but unfortunately I don't have any books on folklore to hand, so I can't guarantee the correctness of that.

    February 4, 2008

  • This is lovely and I now have a new OCD symptom.

    February 4, 2008

  • Round these parts, you're supposed to say 'rabbit, rabbit'. If you remember to say it before eating your first morsel of the new month, it will bring you good luck for the entire month.

    February 4, 2008

  • An expression I've heard uttered to greet the first morning of a new month. I've no idea why.

    February 3, 2008