What do a Welsh dresser, a rabbit's pen and Silver Lady all have in common?
The Welsh dresser is a piece of furniture that contains cupboards and shelves for displaying plates and various chinaware or crockery. A rabbit's pen is normally a type of cage made out of wood where rabbits are kept. And lastly, Silver Lady was a hit song by David Soul, an American British actor who became world-famous in the 1970s
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they are called hutch in the USA, or Hutch as in Hutchinson. The latter being the simpatico police detective in the TV series Starsky & Hutch.
My real question is, I would like to know why Americans call a kitchen chest of drawers a rabbit's “home”.
Disclaimer: I have done no research. I could probably find the answer for myself, but I'm sure I can't be the only person who has ever asked themselves that question.