1 definition by ginanp16

An allusion to Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland. To go "down the rabbit hole" is to enter a period of chaos or confusion. Can also be said when taking a hallucinogenic, as some suspect Carroll's novel was really about a drug trip.
School's starting up again, time to "Go Down the Rabbit Hole" once more.
作者 ginanp16 2008年8月03日

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