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Easter
Easter Bunny :: boot

How the heck does such a little bunny get over those big backyard fences.

    TAGS:  bunnies, Easter


And why doesn’t the Easter Bunny get a sleigh, reindeer and helper elves too?

    TAGS:  elves, bunnies, Easter, inequity


The Goddess Oestre bent over and scooped the shivering bird in her warm hands, the poor things wings were frozen and it was wheezing and the goddess, being filled with compassion, turned the dying avian into a rabbit in order to save it’s precious life, but because the rabbit had once been a bird it could still lay eggs and that my friends is where the legend of the Oestre Bunny or Easter Bunny, as you Christians call him, came from.

    TAGS:  Easter Bunny, Easter, Easter Eggs, Goddesses, Goddess Oestre, Oestre Bunny, Oester


 

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