Easter Bunnies

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Essex Girl

Easter Bunnies

Who else feel a bit sad to see just the little red collar and bell left after the Lindt Easter bunny has been eaten?

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Saffy

Easter Bunnies

lol. I've never really gone in for Easter to be honest. Not a big chocolate fan. I think I've had one Easter Egg in the last 30 years which my father in law bought for me 20 years ago. The girls used to be inundated with them when they were small and we'd end up using the chocolate for baking or chocolate pancakes.

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Elpe

Easter Bunnies

Up popped an email funny this morning - two chocolate rabbits chatting - one says "My butt hurts!" The other replies "What?" So which bit had been eaten from each?? I'm still smiling!

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Honey

Easter Bunnies

I have seven little bunnies sat on my dresser at the moment... I think I am going to have to think of them as chocolate that just happens to be in the shape of a rabbit (like those that are eating my garden grrrr!!) and then perhaps I won't find it difficult to eat mine. Trialing the hazelnut one with a green collar this year! Yum.

H x

 
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