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Bel-Cam Jos
04-25-2011, 10:23 AM
This thread can focus on the candy and bunny aspects of the holiday known as Easter, so it doesn't end up getting closed.

Yesterday, the Easter gathering I was invited to had a pinata... of the Easter Bunny?!? :confused: Beating the creature that brings your candy and gifts? I didn't get it. But the hidden eggs lasted for a decent time (last one found? in the flagpole holder on the roof edge), especially since the ages ranged from about 3-10 years old. Best dinner food items? Scalloped potatoes, rolls, pasta salad, orange sherbet drink. Good time. :thumbsup:

Other fun times out there?

Bel-Cam Jos
04-08-2012, 10:49 AM
Happy Easter everyone, from a certain don't-call-me-a-bunny! May your painted eggs with Darth Maul patterns be as devilish as you want, and you find all the hidden UPCs in your Galactic Egg Hunt, too!

Bel-Cam Jos
03-31-2013, 11:10 AM
So, what was YOUR Easter haul this year?

TeeEye7
03-31-2013, 03:41 PM
Happy Easter everyone, from a certain don't-call-me-a-bunny! May your painted eggs with Darth Maul patterns be as devilish as you want, and you find all the hidden UPCs in your Galactic Egg Hunt, too!

Reminds me of Usagi from TMNT. Happy Easter, BCJ!

Lord Malakite
04-01-2013, 05:21 PM
Reminds me of Usagi from TMNT.
Jaxxon always reminded me more of Bucky O'Hare than Usagi.

JediTricks
04-01-2013, 07:44 PM
My niece and I on Saturday night made easter baskets for our family, filling plastic eggs with candy (she chose the fruit candies - spree and easter-themed sweetarts - while I chose the chocolates - m&m minis, Cadbury mini-eggs, See's foil milk chocolate eggs straight from the factory down the street), we started with various colored baskets and easter grass, made it into a bit of a factory experience, and had a dozen nice baskets. On easter my sister made a glazed spiral-cut ham, roasted asparagus and steamed green beans, and homemade garlic mashed potatoes, we had my cousin over with his fiance and her 2 kids who are like family to us, plus my mom and her husband, and my dad. We dyed about 60 eggs, had 4 different desserts for some reason (chocolate cake, cheesecake, banana cream pie, and homemade pink lemonade cake), and lively conversation. It was nice, a little stressful for my sister who was hosting, but everybody pitched in and it worked out for the most part. Unfortunately my other cousin and her son couldn't make it, nor could my cousin's own 2 children, but 10 was a good size, we had just enough places at the 2 tables.

Bel-Cam Jos
04-20-2014, 12:08 AM
It's supposed to near 90 degrees tomorrow. Hot enough to fry an Easter egg (hide 'em in the shade, Mr. Bunny)?

El Chuxter
04-20-2014, 12:26 AM
I tried to make an eyeball Easter egg. It didn't turn out well.

So my daughter made a better one, and the reverse says, "You are creepy. I will eat your soul." (Which is the phrase I use whenever we see, for instance, an especially scary-looking baby doll.)

Bel-Cam Jos
04-20-2014, 10:21 AM
As long as the soul's chocolate-covered or caramel-centered, many people do just that. You could market "Creepy Peeps" marshmallows with this style.