Friday, April 10, 2009

The Only Eggs I Don't Hate are EASTER EGGS

I'm back! I hope everyone who celebrates Passover is having a great time. And for those of you who are fans of the Easter bunny, I just came across a site with some amazing ways to color Easter eggs. Check them out here!


Anonymous Black Rider said...

We don't dye eggs any more *sigh* Wish we could! Have happy easter or passover!

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i did that once except they cracked and i used oil paints

5:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This easter we're going to be in the Grand Canyon. [Insert tragic sigh here] No eggs for us.


5:41 PM  
Anonymous Dakota Blue said...

I am sad to say, but I'm not really allowed near easter eggs. Turns out, those things aren't edible

8:17 PM  
Blogger Air is Where said...

I'm more of a chocolate decorating person. i made an ax out of chocolate to complement my easter bunny with a eye halfway down its face.
Dakota Blue:
that sounds like an interesting story. =)

10:01 PM  
Anonymous Peacey said...

Oh, yeah, I'd forgotten about Kirsten's egg issues. Huh.
@Dakota: What do you mean, Easter eggs aren't edible? My dad ends up eating ours every year.
Those egg designs look impossible, the most decoration I've ever put on an egg is white stripes with a wax crayon.
And what do you guys think of an Easter Cupacabra instead of a bunny?

8:59 AM  
Anonymous International Mastermind (who can't log on....:P) said...

Haha, although I'm a Passover person....all the Easter candy in CVS has been sampled by me. ;)

Actually, the Mexican version of Easter eggs are in my opinion the COOLEST. What you do is you painstakingly remove the eggygoo from the shell, then carefully paste pieces of colorful tissue paper all over the empty shell. Then you fill the shell with confetti and seal it closed again.....and on Easter, you go around smashing them on peoples heads! It's sooooo fun, (we did this in Spanish class.)


10:52 AM  
Anonymous Dakota Blue said...

international mastermind: lucky you. all we do in spanish is... nothing. If we did that, they would probably fine us for having fun. They would consider it destructive. yawn. They don't think we are capable of being mature and civilized. they might as well be right. I swear, i would've learned more if I just read a spanish dictionary.
Peacey: I would rather not go into it. And yes, we need some kind of new mascot for easter. it's like everything evil is cute, these days. we need something like a zebra, or an albino peacock of some sort...

2:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

international Mastermind, your so lucky you have fun in spanish, all we do is sit and read. but when the teacher isn't looking, we make paper airplane planes and we smack each other with rubber bands, right now we are thinking of ways to annoy the teacher and get her fired, she doesn't teach us anything!!! anyone want to help me with ideas????

5:16 PM  
Blogger Jin Ai said...

Oh my gosh, those eggs are gorgeous! I should try the onion skin ones 8D

5:34 PM  
Anonymous KieL said...

It's not fair! the younger grades at school get to dye eggs but the older classes didnt get to! lolz, this Ukranian couple comes to the school every other year to do the Ukranian art of Pysanki eggs with us. I always ended up burning myself! lolz.


8:31 PM  
Blogger falcon said...

I still have brown vinigar instant PAAS die on my hands - some of my eggs turned out awsome, but I couldn't perfect the ductape.

1:51 AM  
Anonymous IM who still cant loggon :) said...

Happy Easter Sunday everyone.....and thank goodness the Captain was rexcued from the Sumalian Pirates!!!!! :D


8:07 PM  
Anonymous ABCS said...

anoymus:i know it's late, but you could get her real angry and set her car on fire...

9:52 PM  
Blogger Dot said...

Thanks for linking to the egg post on!


9:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ABCS, interesting thought..... but i can't get suspended..... very bad.... still very interesting!

8:25 PM  

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