Funny Easter Eggs
Will and Guy's collection of funny Easter eggs
The tray of decorated Easter eggs was produced by the Cleveland Seniors.
Incidentally, my mother once asked me to separate two eggs, so I put one in a saucepan and the other in our fridge!
Since those halcyon days I have discovered options to produce a greater variety of funny coloured Easter eggs, for example:
Funny easter eggs picture "Check out the dye job" by photobucket
Easter Breakfast When Will was a small lad, his mother always decorated his boiled egg on Easter Sunday before attending church at St Mary's, Portchester, Hampshire, England. These photographs remind him of those times. Perhaps you could copy one for your breakfast.
Peter Carl Fabergé original name Carl Gustavovich Fabergé [1846 - 1920] was a Russian jeweller, best known for the famous Fabergé eggs, made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones rather than more mundane materials, each egg is about 5 inches tall and depicts a different event or theme in Russia's history.
He was commissioned to create the first egg for the twentieth wedding anniversary of Tsar Alexander III and his wife Maria Feodorovna, of Russia, in 1885. Every subsequent Easter, another egg was made for Maria as a gift from her husband. After the passing of Alexander III, his son took up the tradition presenting his wife and his mother with their own custom Fabergé egg every Easter. In all, 50 eggs were commissioned; to this day eight are still missing.
This is the Coronation Egg, which features the coach that Empress Alexandra rode into Moscow in 1897.
The Belgian chocolate producer Guylian made this chocolate egg with at least 50,000 bars [amounting to some 1950 kg of chocolate in total] on behalf of the city of St. Niklaas, Belgium. The egg measured 8.32 metres high. Apparently twenty-six craftsman worked altogether 525 hours to build the egg.
After displaying the egg in the open air for a week, and in all weather conditions, Will and Guy suspect that it is unlikely to taste very good.
For many children Easter wouldn't be the same without chocolate eggs. However, those eggs generate around 3,000 tonnes of waste just from their packaging alone.
A friend is someone who thinks you're a good egg - even though your slightly cracked. Or perhaps even scrambled!
HOWEVER, the egg only got larger and larger, and more and more human: when Alice had come within a few yards of it, she saw that it had eyes and a nose and mouth; and, when she had come close to it, she saw clearly that it was HUMPTY DUMPTY himself. 'It can't be anybody else!' Alice said to herself. 'I'm as certain of it, as if his name were written all over his face!'
'Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall:
From (Alice) Through the Looking Glass by Lewis Carroll.
Pet owners beware. You should protect your dogs from the perils of eating chocolate eggs in the run-up to Easter.
Take note of a Patterdale terrier named Polly who scoffed 20 chocolate cakes and cheated death only because her owner realised the mortal danger. Yvonne Taylor saw her pet dog tucking into the plate of cupcakes, which had been left to cool in the kitchen of her home in Southampton.
The problem is that dogs are not designed to digest theobromine, which is found in chocolate.
"I remembered reading that cocoa could be poisonous to pets, and having used quite a lot in the cakes, I was very worried." Said Yvonne.
Dogs and indeed cats enjoy the taste of chocolate and will eat it if they can get hold of it. The problem is that Easter there are large quantities of chocolate hanging around and your pet may be tempted to eat more than is good for them.
Here, at Marwell Zoo, near Winchester, Hampshire, England we see a lemur who has his own 'paper-mâché' egg for Easter.
You will be delighted to learn that it contains tasty treats of banana, grapes, crickets and grubs.
Here we have a photo, taken by Jens Meyer, of Volker Kraft decorating a tree with 9,200 Easter eggs in his garden in the ancient town of Saalfeld in Germany. Will and Guy can tell you that the Kraft family have decorated their tree with Easter eggs for over 40 years.
Ten Thoughtful Quotes For Easter From Will and Guy
A Few More Funny Easter Eggs
The Giant Easter Egg Hunt Pictures
I asked my wife where the eggs were for the Easter Egg Hunt and she pointed at these...............
He was a little chicken!
Which day do chickens hate the most?
Ten Funny Items of 'Easter-related' Nonsense
Easter Time Chocolate Humour
Pete approaches the ice cream van and asks, 'I'd like two scoops of chocolate ice cream, please.'
Rhoda, behind the counter replies, 'I'm very sorry, sir, but our delivery didn't come this morning. We're out of chocolate.'
'In that case,' Pete continues, 'I'll have two scoops of chocolate ice cream.'
'You don't appear to understand, sir,' Rhoda sighs. 'We have no chocolate.'
'Then just give me some chocolate,' Pete insists.
Getting angrier by the second, Rhoda asks Pete while gritting her teeth, 'Sir, will you spell "van," as in "vanilla?"'
Pete spells out, 'V A N.'
'Now spell "straw," as in "strawberry".'
More Chocolate One-liners
Melting chocolate is better than a passionate kiss, scientists have found. Couples in their 20's had their heart rates and brains monitored whilst they first melted chocolate in their mouths and then kissed. Chocolate caused a more intense and longer lasting buzz than kissing, and doubled heart rates. See more about chocolate Valentines.
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