If you thought the funky tie-dye Easter egg designs you created last weekend raised the bar, you’ve got about a year to try and top what Jiri Zemanek of the University of Prague came up with. His Easter eggs feature looped animated designs that look like a Spirograph has come to life.
On Monday, while reading an Easter story to dozens of children she’s about to doom to a substandard education, Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos was featured on the official White House Snapchat under an interesting title: “Secretary of Educatuon.”
The Cleveland Police Department is searching for a man named Steve “Stevie Steve” Stephens in connection with the murder of an elderly man that was broadcast live on Stephens’ Facebook page. In earlier posts, he claimed to be perpetrating an “Easter day slaughter.”
Artist Barak Hardley continues his annual tradition of painting a crap-ton of pop culture Easter eggs, and this year’s collection has a lot of laughs, a few tears, and punching a Nazi frog.
‘Tis the season to consume chocolate effigies of bunnies, chicks, and gigantic eggs. But given the choice, we’d much rather rifle through all that fake plastic grass in our Easter baskets to discover this incredibly detailed solid chocolate Baby Groot. Although, we’d be too impressed to devour it.
“Cadbury Creme egg is a terrible candy that tastes like mermaid placenta covered in candle wax. Every year these eggs show up in January. But... why?” demands Jon Oliver in his very own YouTube conspiracy video. “The reason is simple if you just follow the money.”
Painting up Easter Eggs is always fun, but what happens when you use Matlab and equations that spit out spirographic art? Some really awesome eggs.
The internet is, generally speaking, a garbage dump suffused with vitriol and poison. “But surely,” some might ask, “the one, tiny corner of Twitter devoted to Cool Pope Francis would be a respite for our bitter, blackened hearts?” To which the answer is: of course not, no.
When I was a child, Peeps were Daylight Saving for my soul. As the days grew warmer, the technicolor hues of the marshmallow candy began sprouting on drugstore shelves, the confectionery equivalent of daffodils and tulips.
If you’re anything like me, you just woke up from a sugar coma with your teeth half-dissolved in a slurry Cadbury egg goop. But while Easter is over, the eggs will live on. Here are your photos from this week’s Easter Egg Shooting Challenge.
The Ten Commandments. Ben Hur. Easter Parade. Critters 2: The Main Course? Take a journey to the stranger side of the Easter genre with these holiday-appropriate, science fiction film recommendations.
It is the annual Peeps dilemma: To diorama or dip in dark chocolate? This year, the most polarizing sweets on the planet have become the most polarizing beverage in the dairy case. Yes, there is Peeps milk. It is real and kind of gross but I’m still going to drink it on Easter morning. With booze. And you can, too.
From artist Barak Hardley comes this bevy of pop culture painted Easter eggs. The Guardians are the obvious new heavy hitters, but I will always have a place in my soul for infamous interstellar criminal Pizza the Hutt. See the rest of the eggs here.
Maybe you’re not the religious type. Maybe you hate hard boiled eggs. Even still, for this week’s Shooting Challenge, I think we can all agree that Easter eggs are a very important message to nature that it got things wrong, and eggs really should come in fuchsia and teal.
A hundred thousand million yums. After watching this chocolate food porn overload from Marks & Spencer, I think I have developed a permanent craving for chocolate. Like, this is forever now. The video is an ad for chocolate Easter Eggs but it features all sorts of chocolate deliciousness that it makes me want to bathe…
President Obama goes full monster face while reading Where The Wild Things Are to a group of children during the annual White House Egg Roll. Wonderful.
Easter egg hunts were fine and good when you were a kid and sugar was the only rush you needed. But it's time to set the Peeps aside. It's time to get drunk the Easter way.
The Easter egg—as in a hidden surprise or in-joke, not the chocolate treat—can be dated back to the last Russian imperial family who gifted people with jewel-encrusted Fabergé eggs containing additional surprises tucked away inside.