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An awesome rabbit from the re-make of Alice in Wonderland by Tim Burton. He ogles spoons and is probably the funniest thing in the.... *spoon*.
Tim Burton fan #1: Dude, that March Hare is so damn funny the I can't even look at spoons anymore.

Tim Burton fan #2: I know man. i pee'd on myself the first time I...

March Hare: Spoon.

Everybody: HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!1!!1!1
by spoons'n'such March 19, 2010
A character from Alices Adventures in Wonderland. The classic novel by Lewis Carroll. The March Hare is the Mad Hatters companion in the novel being as mad as the Hatter himself. He has was portrayed in the original animated Disney version of Alice in Wonderland as the Hatters best friend and in the newer 2010 version as a completely insane rabbit with a passion for throwing things. in Carrolls novel Through The Looking Glass, there was a character similar to the March Hare called Haigha, Haigah was also paired with a character called Hatta who resembled the Mad Hatter. Both were messengers for the White King
March Hare: Have some wine
Alice: I don't see any wine
March Hare: There isn't any
Alice: Then it wasn't very civil of you to offer it"
March hare: It wasn't very civil of you to sit down without being invited
by lolzertown March 15, 2010
A term employed to state that someone is crazy, e.g., "mad as a March Hare." Derives from the March Hare which Alice pursues down the rabbit hole in Lewis Carrol's "Alice in Wonderland."
He's crazier than a March hare, and needs to be locked up.
by Rod Brock July 29, 2006
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