Sunday, June 1, 2008

White Rabbits [starched and folded]


WHITE RABBITS!


WHITE RABBITS!


WHITE RABBITS!

10 comments:

Newsguy Bob said...

That's pathetic: forcing yourself to stay awake until midnight, just so you can be the first one to say white rabbits.

Now, if it was white leopards...

Mitzi said...

lol I know, it's ridiculous! and yes, I was the first to say it last night at 12:07. Also when I see a single magpie I have to greet it with a cheery "Hello Darling" My mother won't say the word "Rat" instead she calls them "Long-tails" It's true! I'm living for the day she has a rat infestation and informs pest control that she has "Long tails" in the house! I'd love to be a fly on the wall if that happened!

Misster Kitty said...

Actually now that Blogger allows you to schedule posts I made this particular post on Friday around 10 pm. So HA!. That said I WAS up at midnight and did watch as the post went live. (I live a scintillating life, no?)

And Thanks Mitz... all I need are MORE superstitions... I'll be hooked on the magpie greeting in a week... but do you only greet them when they are solo or do you also greet groups?... I'd hate to faux pas on this...

As for the 'long tails', for some reason I just can't go there, A) because I had once in my early 20's a pet cream coloured rat named Nicodemus, and B) I think, just maybe that your mother is nutters :-)

Angry Gnome said...

Oooh, bunnies. Now, if you can only tell me how to make them then all would be dandy in the world. ;)

Misster Kitty said...

Well as it so happens, Bunny #2 is from Martha.. here are the instructions... http://www.marthastewart.com/good-things/bunny-fold-for-napkins

Shirley Heezgay! said...

i am completely lost.

white rabbits? long tails? what and when did I miss?

Mitzi said...

Here is a little rhyme to help:

One for sorrow,
Two for joy,
Three for a girl,
Four for a boy,
Five for silver,
Six for gold,
Seven for a secret never to be told

Magpies mate for life. The pair will stay together through thick and thin and where you see one, you'll nearly always see the other nearby. However, if you don't see the other nearby it must mean that something nasty has happened to it. So, to ward off bad luck you have to greet it.

Yes, mother and I are quite mad dear!

Misster Kitty said...

Oh dear me, Mitz, that's the poems of Crows.. see my other bloggie blog on crows n ravens... http://unkindness-and-murder.blogspot.com/

Shirl, for more on White Rabbits... http://misster-kitty.blogspot.com/2007/11/white-rabbits-yall.html

N@ Lauzon said...

Your white rabbits kick ass!
You beat me this month.
I bow down.

JB said...

The third one looks like a bird to me. Anyone else see that?