The fact of "ask a rabbit", has not always had the same meaning. In 1880, this meant "not to requite the favours of a young girl" : the rabbit in question was designated at the time a refusal of payment. The rabbit was also used to refer to a traveller underground. It is at the end of the Nineteenth century that the expression in its current form would be appeared: students were frequently "leave", which meant "waiting for someone".
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these days, the installers of rabbits are the black beasts of the restorers: they either reserve a table but they don't come ; they either cancel at the last minute with a simple movement of the thumb on their smartphone. "Ask a rabbit" has evolved in meaning, with the culture of zapping : it is not a matter of waiting and never coming ; he is more to cancel at the last moment. Shamelessly and without remorse. And ...Updated Date: 09 May 2019, 00:00