rabbit, rabbit.

“Rabbit rabbit white rabbit” is a common British superstition. The most common modern version states that a person should say “rabbit, rabbit, white rabbit”, “rabbit, rabbit, rabbit” or simply “white rabbits” upon waking on the first day of each new month, and on doing so will receive good luck for the duration of that month.

A folklore version of “rabbits” 19th century- For luck, must be spoken before 12 noon on the first day of the month. “Rabbits Hot, Rabbits Cold, Rabbits New, Rabbits Old, Rabbits Tender, Rabbits Tough, Rabbits I’ve had enough.” Origin UK, possibly London, Hampshire or Derbyshire.

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