Phrasal verb: rabbit on

Do you think this phrasal verb has a positive or negative meaning? Try listening to the video, before reading the definition, to see if you can work it out.
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rabbit on – [British English] INFORMAL DISAPPROVING to continue talking about something that is not interesting to the person you are talking to

Hmm…I wouldn’t be too happy if someone said this to me.
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Has anyone ever told you to stop rabbiting on? If so, what were you talking about? πŸ€”

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