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Easter Bunny

One morning, young Carmen stopped believing in Santa Claus; in the mid-afternoon, the Tooth Fairy and the Easter Bunny had each lost their cachet, and by dinner time Carmen was an avowed atheist, demanding to know if coffee would really stunt her growth.

    TAGS:  coffee, atheism, Easter Bunny, tooth fairy, Santa Claus, myths

I know better than to trust the guy in the red suit and I’ve never felt kindly towards the tooth-prying woman, so I wonder if some day the bunny with the chocolate will perform some nefarious deed to earn my distrust.

    TAGS:  anthropomorphic personifications, Easter Bunny, Santa Claus, tooth fairy

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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