They might seem cute, fuzzy and fake in the eyes of someone with a college education and an unpaid mortgage, but Easter terrors are clearly harboring some kind of evil that only children can smell. The blog, Sketchy Bunnies, has been compiling the worst wabbits ever to grace the pages of a family’s photo album. These are the sketchiest of the sketchy.
Somewhere along the way, an egg-toting, gift-giving rabbit became associated with the Easter holiday. We assume that soon after, sadistic parents decided that it would be fun to make sure any likeness of this generous rabbit should be creepy and frightening so they can take pictures and video of their children being completely freaked out.
The Easter Bunny is once again hippity-hopping his way toward our brightly-colored baskets. And while we may never be able to find the logic in a rabbit that lays eggs, (?!?!) we CAN say with certainty that the adorable cotton tails in these videos are sweeter than a Cadbury Creme Egg…and far less likely to melt in your purse.
Think Easter and one of the first images that is bound to hop to your mind is that of the Easter Bunny. Wheter he's done in all chocolate or a live rabbit posing in photos with children, the rabbit is essential Easter. But why? The roots of the springtime celebration we call Easter date back to Germany in the 1200s where