The real curse of the underground mutton

We read this morning that the great posters for Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (tagline: “Something wicked this way hops”) are not welcome in one small England town due to local superstitions there. It’s an unwritten rule on the island town of Portland in Dorset that no one use the word rabbit, as the animals have been known since olden times to cause landslides in area quarries with their burrowing.

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