Monday, October 1, 2012

White Rabbit in Mauve Room says "A pinch and a punch"


Then the White Rabbit gives me a PINCH and a PUNCH…

“Hey! What was THAT for?” I ask, aggrieved.
A pinch and a punch
- first of the month

“English custom,” answers the White Rabbit. “First of the month, English people say, ‘Pinch, punch, first of the month, no returns.’ You’ve got to be quick.”

This is a rabbit that is crossing its creeds. If we don’t get this rabbit back on track his religion might morph into something unrecognizable.


So here are two superstitions for starting a new month. 
(1) White Rabbit brings luck. (2) Pinch and a punch guards against attacks by witches.

But it's a new twist to two old tales when a white rabbit says “A pinch and a punch.” And in a Mauve Room.


Anonymous said...

Monthly White Rabbit! look at the cute Rabbit, it always shows good luck monthly. What's the lucky star that will bring the luck to you? Fortunate brings the heath and wealth, and luck brings the happiness and knowledge. A pinch and punch bring one's task and stimulation simultaneously.

Barry Natusch said...

Your comment on "a pinch and a punch" is apt. Means a "wake up call" perhaps? Hope the mauve rabbit brings luck for all his readers this month. Perhaps the white rabbit permuting into a pale pastel purple this month sets the stage for subsequent singing shows!