Bunny Easter was born on Easter Sunday, Apr 5th, 1942. In 1953, her birthday landed on Easter. The second time will be this year 2015.
These cuddly looking bunnies are actually composed of household detritus, including Christmas tree needles, discarded toddler toy parts, dryer lint, toenail clippings and human hair.
It took 2½ years to collect enough dirt and dust to make 16 of her Dust Bunnies
Suzanne Proulx, from Erie, Pennsylvania, took 2½ years to collect enough dirt and dust to make 16 of her Dust Bunnies. Suzanne’s first bunnies were a humorous comment on the dust and dirt that seemed to invade her house and multiply like wild rabbits.
The Secret Service
When most people refer to the Secret Service, they think stoic men who take their duties very seriously. You don’t generally imagine them dressing up in bunny costumes and parading around the White House lawn.
Those are Secret Service Agents in Bunny Outfits!
In 1984, Ronald Reagan had his Secret Service agents dress up as the Easter Bunny for the annual Easter Egg Roll. The Easter Egg Roll has been a White House tradition since 1878.
Hoisting your Easter Spouse
In England during the 19th century, men lifited their wives on Easter Monday. Women heaved their men on Easter Tuesday.
If you are looking to spice up you Easter basket this year, Bunny Farts is probably a good way to go.
Created by Handmade By Samantha, the flavor smells like “what you decide ‘bunny farts’ would smell like.” You can get it on Etsy.
Florentijn Hofman is known for his larger-than-life sculptures. One of his recent works is this giant rabbit the size of a few airplanes. The project was called “Moonrabbit” from a passage of Chinese myth.
For the 2012 Easter holiday, Volker and Christa Kraft of Germany decorated a tree in their garden with 10,000 painted eggshells!
In Germany during the 1800’s, Easter eggs could be used as birth certificates in law courts to identify someone’s identity and age.
In Switzerland, Easter eggs are delivered by cuckoo birds instead of a bunny, which makes WAY more sense when you think about it.