Prepare to get snuggly! It's officially bunny hug season in Canada and there’s no better time to get cozy.\nBefore you run for your neighbour's rabbit, be warned that bunny hug season doesn’t actually involve bunnies … or hugging for that matter.\nAccording to basically everyone in Saskatchewan, the term actually refers to a “hoodie” – or any sweater that has a front pocket and a hood.\nEditor's Choice: The CRSB Benefit Has Launched & You Can Get $500 Per Week If You Get COVID-19\n View this post on Instagram Ellie: I need a hug.🤗 . . . . . #cuddlebuddy #bunnyhug #bunny #rabbit #weeklyfluff #loveyou #bunnyobsessed #bunbun #兔子 #토끼 #兎 #usagi #rabbitlove #housebunny #rabbitsofinstagram #hollandlop #bunstagram #bunnylife #furbaby #instapet #animalsco #cutepetclub #bunnylove #bunniesworldwide #bunnies A post shared by 𝐵𝑜𝐵𝑜 & 𝐸𝓁𝓁𝒾𝑒 (@bobo.ellie.buns) on Jan 7, 2020 at 3:53pm PST\n\n\nWhile the term isn't widely used in Canada, let alone the world, asking about its meaning is the perfect way to find out who's a true Saskatchewanian!\nGlobal News reports that this phrase has been around since the late 1970s, and possibly comes from teens in the era when that type of garment became popular.\nBunny hug season refers to the time of year when it’s just cold enough to start snuggling up in hooded sweaters again. Lovely!\nWhile, sadly, there are no rabbit cuddles involved in this quirky tradition — the sweater thing is pretty cute, too!\n\n\n\n*This article's cover image is for illustrative purposes only.