14. Saying “Rabbit”
Another myth that’s associated with something good is saying the word “rabbit”, which has been in practice for thousands of years. The origin of the superstition can be traced back to the UK, where people believed that saying the word “rabbit” on the first day of the month would bring good luck and prosperity.
Besides bringing good luck this superstition also carries room for adjustment. People believe that to attract good luck, one must say “rabbit rabbit” first thing in the morning of the first day of the month.
But, if due to some reason you forget to utter the magic words in the morning” you can still claim the good fortune by saying “tibbar tibbar” before dozing off in the night.
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