1. A rabbit that's fat.
2. A furball.
3. To describe anything cute, furry and round.
4. Describing a person who chomp greens like a greedy rabbit.
5. An expression refering to your lover or spouse, implying acceptance no matter how fat they will ever become in future.
1. You got one helluva fat rabbit!
2. Oh look at that fat rabbit...is it a cat or a dog?
3. That curtain has got fat rabbit trimmings.
4. Slow down with that salad, fat rabbit.
5. Come here and gimme a hug, ya fat rabbit.
Gnaphalium obtusifolium. Unmistakable by its creamy appearance in the still green background of the early fall meadows. Leaves long, elliptical and silver green colored. Plant up to one meter high. Unusual fragrance. Can be smoked for respiratory ailments or made into a relaxing tea. A common tobacco substitute used by children in rural areas. It is said to have a mild sedative effect.
Contrary to popular belief, rabbit tobacco is not marijuana.
In Cherokee medicine, it is believed that councils of animals created diseases in order to avenge the loss of their families and living spaces. The plants, being sympathetic to humans, decided to each furnish a cure for these diseases. It is believed that the spirit of the plant will tell a sick person which one to use to cure his illness.
Rabbit tobacco can be used medicinally in several ways. Smoking the leaves is good for sinusitis, head colds, and congestion. In hot teas, it is used to treat sore throats, fevers, diarrhea, colds, flu, pneumonia, asthma, and coughs, as well as a mild nerve sedative, a diuretic, and an antispasmodic.
It is know by many other names: life everlasting, sweet balsam, white balsam, sweet cudweed, cat's foot, fragrant everlasting, indian posy, etc.
My grandma told me to use this rabbit tobacco to help with my asthma.
A gateway cat is a cat that leads its owner to get multiple cats. It starts when someone adopts or buys a single cat. Eventually this person will get another cat to keep the original cat (the gateway cat) company or some other lame excuse. Before you know it, the individual has 40 something cats, is single, and appears on the show "Animal Hoarders".
Pam "I'd like to get a pet. Should I get a cat?"
Amy "NO! It isn't just a cat, it's a gateway cat. You can't have just one. Why don't you get a rabbit instead?"
Mythical(?) cat-rabbit hybrid. Flocks to hipster meccas, burrowing ten to twenty miles outside downtown to avoid overstimulation. Enjoys tobacco and craft beers.
Comes in British, Siamese, and Antarctic breeds.
The British cabbit is a nocturnal creature who, indeed, does live on scones and milk tea alone.
A cat/rabbit hybrid. Exists in anime. Doesn't exist in the real world...but try telling some people that.
"There wuz this he-rabbit whut liked ta mount she-cats...and one'a dem she-cats had a litter of bobtailed kittens whut hopped!"
"Was there a Manx tom in the neighborhood?"
"I dunno...but I tell ya, dem wuzn't no Manx kittens, dem wuz cabbits!"
Liverpool (UK) slang for a cat (a jigger is a back lane between two rows of terraced houses).
Call the jigger rabbit in for its meal
Cat, skinned and beheaded and passed off as a rabbit meat for human consumption.
During WWII many Londoners ate what they thought was rabbit, but it was roof rabbit.