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Happy Easter

Postby Sally » Sun Mar 31, 2013 7:45 am



I hope you all have a great day and may All the kids young and old eat all the candy they can.They send them home hee hee.SALLY



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Re: Happy Easter

Postby twostrokes48 » Sun Mar 31, 2013 10:13 am

yes, we had the granddaughers since noon yesterday....All we could do to keep them busy yesterday...They went to bed early, so they could get up early....Up at 5:30am, eating candy....sheeesh....put a stop to it after a couple pieces...said they had to wait until after breakfast.....Then after the easter egg hunt...Well it is 10am, they found all the eggs we hid all over the yard....Now they are back to eating...But at least we all had a good time. Hope everyone else gets to enjoy the day. I know it is still cold a lot of places...It was 66 this morning...probably 75 already....Shorts and t-shirts for the girls...

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Re: Happy Easter

Postby themainviking » Sun Mar 31, 2013 11:21 am

Bunny on the BBQ for supper - :D

All God's creatures have a place in this world - right beside the Potatoes and Vegetables on my plate.
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Re: Happy Easter

Postby twostrokes48 » Sun Mar 31, 2013 12:44 pm

themainviking wrote:Bunny on the BBQ for supper - :D

All God's creatures have a place in this world - right beside the Potatoes and Vegetables on my plate.


OMG....is that cold or what??? on Easter??? I would wait until at least tomorrow to BBQ the Bunny......otherwise the youngins won't want to eat it...by tomorrow they will forget...

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Re: Happy Easter

Postby themainviking » Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:01 pm

twostrokes48 wrote:
themainviking wrote:Bunny on the BBQ for supper - :D

All God's creatures have a place in this world - right beside the Potatoes and Vegetables on my plate.


OMG....is that cold or what??? on Easter??? I would wait until at least tomorrow to BBQ the Bunny......otherwise the youngins won't want to eat it...by tomorrow they will forget...


No youngins here..... We ate them last week. And man, that bunny was delicious.
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Re: Happy Easter

Postby littlebeaver » Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:09 pm

Well lets see here, it's seems to be perfectly acceptable to gobble down chocolate bunny rabbits on Easter, :shock: why not real one's :shock: :lol: I personally would spare the hare on this day but I gotta sneak me in a chocolate ear or two at least....Happy Easter folks... :D although BQ rabbit sounds really yummy... :lol:

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Re: Happy Easter

Postby WingAdmin » Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:45 pm

It's probably not true, but hey, sounds good to me! :)

Easter vs Ishtar
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Re: Happy Easter

Postby littlebeaver » Sun Mar 31, 2013 6:59 pm

Oh..... it's on now man,, I shall call in Penny to read this, then she's gonna have to run from me as I shall use it to my advantage, thank you Admin...... :lol:

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Re: Happy Easter

Postby themainviking » Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:21 pm

WingAdmin wrote:It's probably not true, but hey, sounds good to me! :)

There was a pic of Easter-Ishtar here


Well, Oestar, pronounced Ooster which was in the spring of the year, did indeed celebrate the awakening of all things living (including sexual things), but in my opinion (yes, I know, I do not have any test data to prove this, which is why I called it an opinion) sooo - in my opinion, this celebration was common to the Norse people in the days of the Vikings. It also contained Pagan religious or spiritual significance, and was celebrated in and around the Viking Stave Churches. Pope Constantine was plagued with complaints of the difficulties his priests and monks were having attempting to convert the Savage Hordes, and so he told them to move into the Stave Churches, and celebrate mass on such holidays, and so Easter came to be the celebration of the resurrection of Christ, as an attempt to bring the Pagans to Christianity. Probably around the same time as Ishtar - :lol: Either way, it did not begin life as a Christian Holy Day - :o

And to the Beav... as I am diabetic, I cannot eat bunnies of the chocolate variety, so the real ones do just fine. Bye bye Easter bunny - hello full tummy.
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Re: Happy Easter

Postby twostrokes48 » Sun Mar 31, 2013 9:36 pm

Well, either story at least gives me some way to connect the easter bunny, eggs, and the like to a a holy day....I never knew of any connection with anything. Of course, I was never courious enough to research it either. But at least now I have a couple ideas.

Maybe we could start a new slogan....They have the "just say no" for drugs. We could start one " Can't say no" for sex. Personally I think it is a great idea. The chocolate would come in handy too.




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