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.
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.
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.
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.
We're all familiar with the classic springtime tradition of sending Peeps to their noble deaths via microwave, but that's getting a bit old. How about a total vacuum instead?
Peep. Guns. America. There is something strangely satisfying about watching a boatload of seasonal candy getting blasted to smithereens by some heavy weaponry. Jesus is back. With a vengeance. Happy Easter weekend, everyone.
For whatever reason, Easter has become that special time of year when people everywhere gather round to destroy tiny, marshmallow birds in the most demented ways they know how. And so far, it looks like Red Hot Nickel Ball has this year on lockdown.
If you thought that, by coming, this video means Easter is almost here, I'm sorry to disappoint. This new song by Animation Domination High-Def is like a trip on some dosed cadbury eggs, and it is probably the perfect pump up song for your own Easter celebrations. Or it's a great way to make your up-tight relatives…
The Robotics and Perception Group in the Artificial Intelligence Lab at the University of Zurich is nailing it. Funded in 2012, they are studying the development of autonomous robots by making seasonal videos. Which is all anyone really wants.
You probably never wondered this before but the Internet is always about answering questions you never knew you had. Like, how many Peeps and Cadbury Easter Eggs can a 50 cal rifle shoot through? Rated R on YouTube decided to give it a try and blasted through your favorite Easter treats so you don't have to.
Right after Steve Jobs came back to lead Apple, he declared a total ban on software Easter Eggs and credits in the About box of every product made in Cupertino. They are back now. And this one is insanely great:
In what was probably the most dangerous easter egg hunt ever (or a scene from the next Hunger Games movie), a three-year-old boy was looking for pastel colored eggs... but found a live hand grenade instead.
Easter is one of those magical days in the year when diets don't exist. So today, in addition to a mountain of other sweet confections, you can enjoy Raphael Volkmer's chocolate 'Calories Bomb' grenade that explodes with even more delicious shrapnel.
The creators of what will be one of the first commercially available 3D chocolate printers had hoped their device would hit the market well before Easter, letting consumers print their own cheap bunnies and eggs at home.
It's Easter, so you've probably got a day of egg hunts and bunnies and pies that don't really make sense. But take a moment to soak in this UNBELIEVABLY ADORABLE video that basically distills the essence of Easter down to its core: cute bunnies, chicks, and puppies for no gosh darn reason at all. Enjoy! [YouTube]
It's almost Easter, and that means Easter egg hunts. Those are pretty fun—for the participants. But have you ever tried to set one up? Putting together a thoroughly enjoyable egg hunt is hard work. Here's everything you'll need to pull off an egg hunt to remember.
It's a crime against humanity that Cadbury Creme Eggs are only available for a few months leading up to Easter. They're man's most perfect candy creation, but somehow Jessie Oleson over at Serious Eats has found a way to improve on them.
What are the little marshmallow peeps we see in Easter baskets actually made of? The Daily takes a humorous look. Empty calories, spray foam insulation, banana slugs and Warholian nullity sounds just about right. [The Daily]