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It's Easter weekend, and we all know what that means -- time to eat some ham and get your crunk on. We've always said if you aren't risking an insulin coma, you aren't really drinking, so here are some Peeps-themed cocktails to prove you love Easter but hate your body...
If you haven't seen this before, now is the time to watch it. It's a piece of video art by Lernert Engleberts and Sander Plug as part of a preschool art project called "Big Art for Little People."
Easter's right around the corner, so it's time to get into the holiday spirit. Create some awesome eggs, stuff yourself with Peeps--whatever floats your Easter boat. If none of this prep works for you though, we say take a cue from these Easter bunny babies.
Easter is coming! Usually we aren't very excited about this holiday, because ham is an everyday part of life the way we roll. However, these hand-painted eggs have us excited for the holiday we haven't celebrated since 2009.
If you're tired of dunking some eggs in vinegar-scented food coloring water, check these out for some inspiration. Or, you know, just because they're awesome.
You may not be aware, but the Easter Bunny has been around for a long time. Easily one of the most recognizable symbols of the holiday, the loveable critter was first mentioned in an essay by German physician and botanist Georg Franck von Frankenau all the way back in 1682. Funny, we always figured he was just a Hallmark creation.
Now a different Easter story. Easter Island has fascinated archaeologists for eons. It sits in southeastern Pacific Ocean and is a territory of Chile.
The island has been largely uninhabited for hundreds of years. There are a few hundred intrepid residents. What remains most striking are the gigantic moai.
Today is Good Friday, the beginning of the Easter weekend.
The religious significance to Christians goes without saying as we celebrate the resurrection of Jesus, and the promise of eternal life.
As for the secular celebration, we take for granted all of the Easter candy, Easter egg hunts, egg coloring contests, beautiful Easter lilies, and of course the Easter Sunday meal with family.
We imagine that at this point in the spring season, you've stocked up on loads of chocolate (or are anticipating a victorious post-Easter candy sale), faux grass and enough hardboiled eggs to live off of for the next six months. You've probably even posed with the Easter bunny, or at least passed one or two in the mall. But do you know why Easter is affiliated with such unique traditions?