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rabbit, rabbit(, rabbit)
Something that people say when they wake up on the first day of a month, with the superstitious belief that it will good luck for that month. A: "Does saying 'rabbit, rabbit, rabbit' actually bring you good luck?" B: "I don't know for sure, but I'm not about to chance it!" The children woke up on New Year's morning and all cried, "Rabbit, rabbit!" Susie later told me that they would get something nice at the end of the month if they remembered to do it.
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