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The Easter Bunny Died for Your Sins!

 
5150 - Bill
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... and on the third day was resurrected.
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12/08/2005 10:15 AM
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How may days until we celebrate the birth of Santa?
5150 - Bill  (OP)

12/08/2005 10:15 AM
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I know, seems like Christmas was yesterday.
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Hey shame on you. Being sacriligious towards the Easter Bunny. You won´t get any Easter eggs at your house this year.
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OH NO !!! did someone use him for a pregnancy test? because of sex, the easter bunny had to die.
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The Thanksgiving Turkey died for our gluttony.

And after three days he was pooped out. flush
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"... and also portrayed a drunken man and a self-mutilating woman ..."

Make no mistake. This is an attack on our youth much like PBS´s Buster the gay bunny. These fallen ones have gone too far. Our youth are our future and we need to defend them vigorouslyl from attacks coming from gays, actors, TV, movies and treasonist liberals.

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12/08/2005 10:15 AM
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Wasn´t the Easter Bunny fable started by the Americans or British when you tried to explain where these eggs came from?
A filthy old chicken? Can´t pet that! Bunnies are cuddly.
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"What if it pecks somebody?"

I guess they were visiting a barnyard.
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butt
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Here is where the Easter Bunny came from....



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Sounds to me like the Easter Bunny might be another Jewish conspiracy... we´d better start killing bunnies by the millions just to be safe.

Here´s some more info and/or history on Easter and the f**cking Bunny. They must always be f**king bunnies, which is why they multiply so fast. Personally, I like Playboy bunnies, I think they´re cute :)
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

Alleged pre-Christian origin
The word "Easter" is sometimes said to have originated from the name of a pre-Christian goddess named Eostre, drawing on an isolated remark by the medieval English historian Bede to that effect; it is also alleged that she was sometimes depicted with a hare´s head and is thus the origin of the Easter Bunny. Her associations with the hare -- if they exist -- seem to be related to its high fecundity (ability to reproduce quickly). Her connections with the hare would appear to be the origin of the Easter Bunny, eggs being a worldwide symbol of fertility. A story is told that the goddess turned her pet bird into a rabbit to entertain some children. The rabbit immediately laid some brightly colored eggs, which the goddess gave to the children.

It is important to note that apart from Bede´s isolated comment, no pre-19th century source has, to date, been brought to light for this story or any other alleged connections between Eostre and other Easter customs. See Eostre for more on this.

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Modern history
It is thought that the idea of the Easter Bunny was developed by German Protestants, who wanted to retain or re-introduce the Catholic custom of eating colored eggs for Easter, but did not want to introduce their children to the Catholic rite of fasting, which was the reason for the abundant availability of eggs at Easter time (they were forbidden to Catholics during the fast, thus eggs layed during the fast were stored until the feast).

The idea of an egg laying rabbit came to the United States in the 1700s. German immigrants in the Pennsylvania Dutch area told their children about the "Osterhase" (also: "Oschter Haws") or Easter Bunny. Only the good children received gifts of coloured eggs in the nests that they had made in their caps and bonnets before Easter. Presumably, the Oschter Haws laid them when they were not looking.

In the United States, the Easter Bunny purportedly leaves baskets of treats (including Easter eggs and assorted chocolates) on Easter morning for good children. This is a common practice even in non-Christian households, as Easter has started to become a more non-sectarian festival, like Halloween or Valentine´s Day.
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... and on the third day was resurrected.
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No, she stayed dead. Her name was Budah.

But there was this man named Jesus. Who died for our sins; plenty of evidence of this. And he was raised from the dead.

Remarkable event.
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