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Message Board > Miscellaneous > Chocolate Easter Bunny Found in Pantry Closet ( Moderated by Deepika, EleanorSews, CynthiaSue)

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Chocolate Easter Bunny Found in Pantry Closet
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Date: 8/31/11 5:13 PM

Yes, I found a Chocolate Easter Bunny in the Pantry Closet. I wouldn't dream of offering it to a child...but would it be safe for a healthy adult female to consume late at night when no one is watching?

I'm guessing if anyone knows the answer its that pigling character.

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Date: 8/31/11 6:01 PM

Is it from this year? Or the past, oh 8 years? I think it would be fine as long as it hasn't melted and resolidified.

* confession: as a very small child, I was given one of those sugar eggs with a frosting diorama inside. It was supposed to be a 'decoration' and was brought out every year. I steadily snuck icing bits out of the inside to snack on for the next _twelve years_ of Easter seasons.

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Date: 8/31/11 6:06 PM


If its not green.. EAT IT .. Of course if its late at night.. you may not notice the color.. so .. save a child.. eat the bunny...

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Date: 8/31/11 6:11 PM

OMG Nikki, that's too funny! I ate one when I was a kid. I don't recall going into sugar shock, but it could be why I'm diabetic today, lol. My mother was appalled needless to say. My aunt used to bring us one every year and I adored them, but just had to eat it that one time.

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Date: 8/31/11 6:14 PM

I was going to refer you to that pigling character. Since she has been cleaning and rearranging her sewing room, she may have direct experience. It would be far better for a healthy adult female to consume late at night when no one is watching. The caveat is to be sure to eat all of it so that if said female is found unconscious there will be no danger of small children or pets eating any remnants. If said female is found hopping around in the morning from all the caffeine, they should be sure of having a cover story of practicing for next Easter and immediately start working on an Easter Bunny costume. I would be covered on this as I told our sons that the Easter Bunny was my cousin. It would only be natural for them to have presumed that my cousin came for a visit.

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Date: 8/31/11 6:16 PM

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Date: 8/31/11 6:16 PM

Send it here and I'll test it out for you!

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Date: 8/31/11 7:51 PM

You just might be too late to get the bunny. Sounds like it might have been eaten by now.

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Date: 8/31/11 7:54 PM


HOnestly ladies.. I have not been able to resume my chocolate diet since that little gallbladder incident..
I am however looking at a few jelly beans from an unknown year. Will report back soon.. lets hope..

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Date: 8/31/11 11:55 PM

Chocolate bunnies are never edible, they look too much like bunnies. That's why the chocolate eggs are better. Unless they're those chocolate eggs that have toys inside that get confiscated in customs for CPSA violations. (I thought that only applied to commercial stuff, but apparently they take 'em right out of people's luggage!)

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