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Amber - posted on 04/20/2011

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Haha. Christian has never sat on the Easter Bunnies lap (or even met him I don't think). And he's only sat on Santa's lap once, and that's because he was at a Christmas party and asked if he could. He was already 4 and I said if he wanted to..whatever.

When my mom wanted to do Easter pictures of the grandkids, she took them to a photographer that did pictures with live bunnies and chicks. The pictures were absolutely adorable. (Christian did squeeze one chick too hard and it pooed on the floor though...oops!)

Sherri - posted on 04/20/2011

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Have to admit I think the screaming children with Santa and the Easter Bunny are hilarious. I would have done it if they were screaming or not. I just never did it very often because I can't stand the forever lines.

Nikki - posted on 04/20/2011

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I saw this on facebook, it is really disturbing how creepy these bunnies look! I just can't get past the aroused bunny, buy some bigger pants for god sake!

Shannon - posted on 04/20/2011

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I loved the cute litlle white bunny with the big black hands.... SMH, my kids were never subjected to "mall" easter bunnies until we happened to be there last year and they wanted to go see him, My youngest, then informed me that the bunny smelled like Gum and Poo, Yay!

Krista - posted on 04/20/2011

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Oh trust me, John -- a LOT of us saw the irony in that one.

And those bunnies are fucking evil-looking. That's one thing I've always promised myself: I'm never going to force my crying, terrified child to sit on the lap of a grown man in costume. If he wants to, sure, I'll cough up the $5 for the photo. But I can't understand why these parents put an obviously distressed and freaking-out kid through that. And for what???

Johnny - posted on 04/20/2011

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Ooh, that's hilarious. I love the one with the sweet little girl in the yellow dress. That look of utter terror. Sort of reminds me of some kids you see in the line for Santa.

You've got to love the whole, lying to the kids about Santa & the Easter Bunny thing. Don't do it because they might start to doubt God too. Does nobody see the irony in that?

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