Ever heard that it's good luck to say rabbit two or three times on the first day of the month? "Rabbit rabbit" was a top-trending Twitter topic Friday, the first day of September. Some people say, "bunny, bunny, rabbit rabbit." Others say, "white rabbit" three times. Either way, the superstition originated in Great Britain and North American, according to the ever-reliable Wikipedia.
Hong Kong is already home to a few cat cafes, but a new animal-themed cafe has got people rushing down to meet its furry residents. Rabbitland, Hong Kong's first rabbit cafe, opened its doors on Aug. 16 in Causeway Bay. Home to 12 rescued bunnies, patrons get to pet and feed the rabbits, while dining on sandwiches and coffee at the cafe. A photo posted by HK foodie Blogger indy??? (@cin.cc) on Jul 15, 2016 at 4:54am PDT Teddy Chui, co-founder of Rabbitland, told AFP that there are strict rules to be adhered to and people who flout them will be asked to leave. Most of the rules relate to the handling and treatment of the rabbits.
Slate Plus members get a bonus episode of Slow Burn every week. This week, Leon talks to David Dorsen, assistant chief counsel of the Senate Watergate Committee, about Judge John Joseph Sirica, the federal judge who presided over several trials stemming from the Watergate investigation. Leon and co-host Jeffrey Bloomer also explore some additional outlandish conspiracy theories that arose from the scandal.
Alice and the Blue Rabbit is a piece of digital artwork by Wild Snark which was uploaded on January 27th, 2022. The digital art may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.