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Just done with my online Physics and Computer Science examinations. I still have one more Chemistry examination to go, however.

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Candy cane scented? Nice.

Three of mine are professional, ordinary, you-think-I'm-an-alcoholic-because-of-the-smell scent, my other two are strawberry scented and came in a unicorn pouch design.

I wonder will this have an effect on how we treats others after this? Like in France, will they just forever stop kissing one another on the cheek as a greeting because they're now going months without doing it and they've become aware how unsanitary it is?

If we are talking about scented candles, I should mention that I do have a weird-smelling orange scented candle given to me by my grandma. It smells a bit weird but I'm not one to forgo on a free gift. I'm yet to understand why my aunt calls me "cheap".

I have a jasmine-scented candle that my friend gave me for my birthday. I haven't burned it but it smells really nice.

To stay somewhat on topic, I drove past the store the other day on my way to buy rabbit food and there was a huge line out the door. There were only 20-30 people in the line though- they were all standing six feet apart. It's tragic and strange but it looked ridiculous and I couldn't stop myself from laughing.

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I've built the sofa and table sections of my garden sofa. I have leftover pieces but there are fewer holes to put things in than bits to go in so who knows. Two chairs to go and so will be ready in time for the wind, rain and freezing cold that's forecast over the next couple of weeks.

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What's one of the better easter eggs out there? I have an online shop booked for Monday and I should at least one and it's therefore important to not get the selection wrong.

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What's one of the better easter eggs out there? I have an online shop booked for Monday and I should at least one and it's therefore important to not get the selection wrong.

As Easter eggs are not selling this year, there are a lot of bloody great deals on at the mo. I get English telly and the best deal I've seen so far are 3 for £8 on large eggs in Asda- if you accept the traditional Nestlé, Cadbury, Galaxy, Mars fare, it's a goldmine.

Personally, being a business-minded fat arse in disguise, I would go by weight first, in my 'most desirable category;- anything under 250g will not make the cut. If I were you, I'd pick:

Heroes @264g

The massive bag of Mini Eggs (although not an Easter Egg per se, think of them as a hundred mini eggs and it's a 385g bag so wuh hey)

Yorkie @272g

If you want sheer force, chocolate dripping from your mouth and a serious stomach ache on Easter Sunday, that would be one of the ideal combos. It also gives you 2 varieties of main Easter Egg- a Cadbury and a Nestlé egg so you won't get bored over the same type of chocolate.

I would also not ignore Aldi and Lidl fare, often they have 'luxury' eggs that are pretty cheap (I had a delicious Eton Mess one once, cost about €3).

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However as this is white chocolate, it may not appeal to you.

I have never had a dark chocolate Easter egg but Green and Black make some of the most affordable dark chocolate eggs- approx £5 for 165g (not very economical compared to slob fest above). You also have Cadbury's Bournville @approx £3, if you want to make your taste buds and your wallet happy.

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You won me over at a massive bag of mini eggs. Incredible things and at 385g I ordered 3!!!

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You won me over at a massive bag of mini eggs. Incredible things and at 385g I ordered 3!!!

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In the scramble to leave my office Monday, I left my Dinstuhl's eggs in my desk drawer. I may have to sneak back on campus to retrieve them.eggs.JPGImage Enlarger

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!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I wonder if Amazon would consider those "essential"...

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As Easter eggs are not selling this year, there are a lot of bloody great deals on at the mo. I get English telly and the best deal I've seen so far are 3 for £8 on large eggs in Asda- if you accept the traditional Nestlé, Cadbury, Galaxy, Mars fare, it's a goldmine.

Personally, being a business-minded fat arse in disguise, I would go by weight first, in my 'most desirable category;- anything under 250g will not make the cut. If I were you, I'd pick:

Heroes @264g

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Yorkie @272g

If you want sheer force, chocolate dripping from your mouth and a serious stomach ache on Easter Sunday, that would be one of the ideal combos. It also gives you 2 varieties of main Easter Egg- a Cadbury and a Nestlé egg so you won't get bored over the same type of chocolate.

I would also not ignore Aldi and Lidl fare, often they have 'luxury' eggs that are pretty cheap (I had a delicious Eton Mess one once, cost about €3).

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However as this is white chocolate, it may not appeal to you.

I have never had a dark chocolate Easter egg but Green and Black make some of the most affordable dark chocolate eggs- approx £5 for 165g (not very economical compared to slob fest above). You also have Cadbury's Bournville @approx £3, if you want to make your taste buds and your wallet happy.

Wow, I had no idea all of these things existed. Maybe they don't make eggs like that in the US* or maybe my folks just don't buy candy much, but I have a sudden overwhelming urge to experience the flavours-with-a-U of Easter in Britain. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

*I'm familiar with chocolate bunnies, Peeps (chick-shaped marshmallow things that only taste good because they're cute), and plastic eggs with candy inside for children to find (read: trample, miss, leave for the lawnmower) in the grass.

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As Easter eggs are not selling this year, there are a lot of bloody great deals on at the mo. I get English telly and the best deal I've seen so far are 3 for £8 on large eggs in Asda- if you accept the traditional Nestlé, Cadbury, Galaxy, Mars fare, it's a goldmine.

Personally, being a business-minded fat arse in disguise, I would go by weight first, in my 'most desirable category;- anything under 250g will not make the cut. If I were you, I'd pick:

Heroes @264g

The massive bag of Mini Eggs (although not an Easter Egg per se, think of them as a hundred mini eggs and it's a 385g bag so wuh hey)

Yorkie @272g

If you want sheer force, chocolate dripping from your mouth and a serious stomach ache on Easter Sunday, that would be one of the ideal combos. It also gives you 2 varieties of main Easter Egg- a Cadbury and a Nestlé egg so you won't get bored over the same type of chocolate.

I would also not ignore Aldi and Lidl fare, often they have 'luxury' eggs that are pretty cheap (I had a delicious Eton Mess one once, cost about €3).

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However as this is white chocolate, it may not appeal to you.

I have never had a dark chocolate Easter egg but Green and Black make some of the most affordable dark chocolate eggs- approx £5 for 165g (not very economical compared to slob fest above). You also have Cadbury's Bournville @approx £3, if you want to make your taste buds and your wallet happy.

Wow, I had no idea all of these things existed. Maybe they don't make eggs like that in the US* or maybe my folks just don't buy candy much, but I have a sudden overwhelming urge to experience the flavours-with-a-U of Easter in Britain. a-hard-days-night-paul-7

I've had tons of mini chocolate eggs in my life and a few big chocolate ones but I've never had any of the intense and delicious-sounding variety that ASJ mentions.

*I'm familiar with chocolate bunnies, Peeps (chick-shaped marshmallow things that only taste good because they're cute), and plastic eggs with candy inside for children to find (read: trample, miss, leave for the lawnmower) in the grass.

Add on to that list jelly beans. I always get tons of jelly beans on Easter (is that just my family?).

Also, Peeps are evil and disgusting. I can't even think about eating a Peep without gagging. The texture is so wrong and they're so sickly sweet ugh blue-meanieblue-meanie .  And they're not that cute-- they're menacing, with their beady little black soulless eyes.

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I'm sticking with a getting a supply of the usual...

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I feel like I'm in John's househusband phase, and I'm kinda liking it. Baking bread, doing my own cooking, etc.

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I love a creme egg but they make me feel ill after eating 7 in a row and you can't eat three and be done.

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I'm not from European or American cultures so may I ask about some Easter traditions in the area? If so, I have a few questions:

1) Are Easter eggs actual eggs?

2) How much candy does churches or family gatherings actually give out?

3) Is Easter as capitalized to the extent as Christmas is, such as discounts and the like?

4) What are common Easter activities hosted on the day, aside from the usual religious mass or service?

5) Is the Easter bunny real, and if so does he have the coronavirus or rabies?

6) Is the Easter Bunny an anthropomorphic humanoid (or in layman terms, a furry)?

Any proper answers given to any of the questions is much appreciated

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I'm not from European or American cultures so may I ask about some Easter traditions in the area? If so, I have a few questions:

1) Are Easter eggs actual eggs?

2) How much candy does churches or family gatherings actually give out?

3) Is Easter as capitalized to the extent as Christmas is, such as discounts and the like?

4) What are common Easter activities hosted on the day, aside from the usual religious mass or service?

5) Is the Easter bunny real, and if so does he have the coronavirus or rabies?

6) Is the Easter Bunny an anthropomorphic humanoid (or in layman terms, a furry)?

Any proper answers given to any of the questions is much appreciated

Side note: Please be advised that the fifth and sixth question is of course, a joke. Please don't answer them.


Coming from an Irish/Catholic Church perspective:

1. They are not actual eggs but hollow "eggs" made of chocolate. They normally come with either a miniature size of a regular bar of chocolate (if you get a 'small' egg) or two or three regular size bars (if you get a 'large' egg).

2. The Church isn't giving us anything because Easter is all about our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, of course.

3. Ammmm, I wouldn't say it's capitalised in such as I think 'Resurrected Jesus' and 'Easter Eggs' are two different things in many people's minds. Easter Eggs here are normally for children, you stop getting them when you're a big boy/girl (has not stopped my family yet though). For those who're older/the elderly it is solely about resurrected Jesus.

4. Mine (and a lot of families) don't do anything but mass. My mam likes to go to the recitation of the rosary on Good Friday and there's a ceremony on Holy Thursday where they do a mock Last Supper. Some newer, hipper families do easter egg hunts (where you'd be looking for small chocolate eggs) but no one I know does that. It's too American, in my mind. After mass, we have a big-ish dinner followed by the aforementioned Easter Eggs.

5. The Easter Bunny does not exist, unlike Santa Claus and The Tooth Fairy. However, if he does exist, he would not carry coronavirus, if someone with the virus has recently petted him, he might have the virus on his fur.

6. No, stop soiling the idea of the Easter Bunny >:(

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CakeMaestor said
I'm not from European or American cultures so may I ask about some Easter traditions in the area? If so, I have a few questions:

1) Are Easter eggs actual eggs?

2) How much candy does churches or family gatherings actually give out?

3) Is Easter as capitalized to the extent as Christmas is, such as discounts and the like?

4) What are common Easter activities hosted on the day, aside from the usual religious mass or service?

5) Is the Easter bunny real, and if so does he have the coronavirus or rabies?

6) Is the Easter Bunny an anthropomorphic humanoid (or in layman terms, a furry)?

Any proper answers given to any of the questions is much appreciated

Side note: Please be advised that the fifth and sixth question is of course, a joke. Please don't answer them.


From a athiest/american perspective

1. Typically they tend to be hard boiled eggs that are decorated and rather than hiding them, we show off our art skills then eat them. Sometimes there are egg searches but those are plastic eggs that you can put candy inside.

2. Idk about churches but my fam gives out some candy to everyone more so kids.

3. There are a lot of stores with Easter stuff right now but I don't think it is as capitalized as Christmas.

4. Egg hunt like asj said but that is more for younger kids.

5. Easter Bunny is so REAL! And COVID-19 doesn't spread to rabbits but fur can still be contagious.

6. No, It's an actual rabbit named Peter Cottontail.

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@CakeMaestor In the US, Easter is quite secular unless you're an actual Christian, in which case you're probably going to a church service on Easter Sunday as well as all the more secular activities and/or decor and crafts and general consumer junk. ahdn_john_08_gif

As I am not and was not raised in a particularly religious way, I will just describe my understanding of our more secular Easter traditions, which are geared almost exclusively toward children.

Easter eggs are little cheap plastic eggs in bright or pastel colors that snap open and shut and are stuffed with small candies and/or cheap trinkets (usually candy), which are then cast about, ostensibly by the Easter Bunny, on the lawns of parks or sometimes churches for children to find (read: trample and miss and leave for the lawnmower to find later). The children carry decorated baskets which often contain a particular type of obscenely plastic fake grass to pad the eggs and are often dressed in things that parents think are adorable and kids think are itchy and annoying. They eat too much candy and spend the rest of the day distractingly sugar-high. Note that Easter egg hunts frequently no longer take place on Easter itself, but instead on various schedule-friendly days around the holiday, so as not to interfere with people's other Easter plans such as church, family visits, or just another Sunday.

For the rest of us older people, we either get to watch our kids being cute and snap photos for Facebook, or just buy ourselves chocolate when it goes on sale.

My family has an egg hunt for my sister in our backyard (which is usually quite overgrown around Easter) and I assist in the Easter bunny duties and take copious photographs for Grandma and Grandpa.

Edit: oh, also what Starr Shine? said. I forgot about decorated hard-boiled eggs, because my family didn't do them much when I was a kid for some reason??? Idk

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