I have a co-worker who used to have a challenge going with a previous Chairman as to who could say "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit" first to the other person on the morning of the first day of the month. They not only said this, but once the Chairman left three (3) white rabbits on her desk the very first thing in the morning.
My co-worker's daughter now works temporarily in our office and they did this just last Tuesday, but no one else in our office knew what they were doing until they explained it to us. Now we all are going to start this tradition, not only in the office but amongst our families as well. It's a nice tradition to start, especially with young children...they will get such a kick out of this and they will remember it for all their lives.
- Janet on 8/2/2000
I was just wondering if anyone else had any interesting ideas for the "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit" shtick. I don't think we could top the live rabbits, but it would be fun to try! E-mails are too common, but little gift ideas would be nice. Please let me know what you are able to come up with.
Thanks for your time!
- Janet on 8/14/2000
RABBIT, RABBIT, RABBIT! GOTCHA FIRST!!!!
Remember, this is how it all started?!
- Janet on 12/1/2000
It's pretty neat to see people from all over doing this! :)
- Janet on 12/6/2000
No wonder we weren't having any good luck in the office. Rabbit, rabbit, rabbit was probably not the very first thing said once we arrived at the office the morning of the first of the month. We usually said "Good Morning" and then the rabbit business. I will certainly have to remember to say nothing before the rabbit! :)
- Janet on 12/14/2000
Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit …
Oh...you got me!!!!! BUT you cheated by sending it on Sunday, which was the 31st...if only you had waited until AFTER midnight!!!!!! Hee, hee! JB wrote: Tee, Hee! JB Gotta love it! P.S. Nyeh, nyeh!!!!
Did not! Look at the headers. I created the email on Sunday, but didn't send it until 00:01 on Monday. Nyeh, nyeh! JB
Are you on the East Coast? Because that would explain why it was received by me before midnight even if you sent it after midnight your time!? :)
- Janet on 1/3/2001
Oh...you got me!!!!! BUT you cheated by sending it on Sunday, which was the 31st...if only you had waited until AFTER midnight!!!!!! Hee, hee!
- Janet on 1/3/2001
I think e-mails count (we can ignore rule# 5), but remember the time difference! I'm in Wisconsin, so "ha, ha"! It wasn't after midnight here! You'll have to remember that for next month. I have always known it to be "Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit", but I don't think it really matters. I think it is precious that a 9-year old is so attached to this tradition already! I have a 17-year old son, 15-year old daughter, and 13-year old son who think I'm crazy...but my 8-year old son thinks it's fun.
Well, better get back to work! Take Care!
- Janet on 1/4/2001
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