#1
I know I am not a christian. I am a horrible heathen who is going to burn in hell. Easter isnt about Jesus anymore anyway, its about chocolate.

I love chocolate. Its the best thing in the universe after a steak, rare, with roast tatties and a yorkshire pudding.

Post the Easter Eggs you got, and the ones you wanted....

I got this:



It is divine... So tasty. So... Lushious.

I wanted this from Hotel Chocolat but its so expensive...



£70 for an ester egg? Fuck off!

The best chocolate bar in the world is Hershey's dark chocolate. This is fact.

(My chocolate addiction isnt as bad as my porn addiction so shut up!)
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#4
I didn't get any Easter Eggs. I never do
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#5
My mum made rocky road, caramel slice and chocolate fudge . sooo good.
#9
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.
#10
I'm goin´ rabbit huntin´, cause that sumbitch didn't leave me any easter eggs! I'm gonna put on my Elmer Fudd hat and get my blunderbuss out and then it's wabbit huntin time.
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#11
I went hiking and had a mandarin and kit kat chunky from last week.

I don't care for easter.
#12
A miniature chocolate rabbit and £15. No eggs, but I'm pretty happy.
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#15
Quote by DownTheCross18
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.
Yes, them bloody heathen jews, and that jewish guy getting hanged on a cross - forcing their holidays upon us you proper christians
#16
Quote by LostLegion




The Double Decker one is so nice.


I want the cream egg one to actually be a giant cream egg. Not hollow like it is. It would be so messy and sickly. Instant diabetes
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#17
Quote by DownTheCross18
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.


Where?!
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#18
i got some cheap eggs cos we're broke. I dont really care though.
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Well, technically it could be done, but only in the same way that you could change a cat into a hamburger. It's an unpleasant process, and nobody is happy with the result.
#19
Quote by DownTheCross18
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.


It's about chocolate


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The Double Decker one is so nice.


I wanted that Double Decker one so much
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#20
i made jello eggs
they wont be ready til morning but honestly theres no other way to eat jello
jello in a cup is unnatural doesnt get to wiggle as much as it needs to
#21
I just had the best uidea.

1. Get white chocolate Easter Egg.
2. Make jelly.
3. Let it cool down so that it hasn't set but won't melt the chocolate.
4. Pour into the egg through hole in the top
5. Allow to set.


If you're feeling hardcore then you could do different flavours of jelly and allow each one to set a bit before doing the next so you end up with this:




Inside of an easter egg.


OMG You have Easter eggs with jelly inisde them!!!!!
'And after a while, you can work on points for style.
Like the club tie, and the firm handshake,
A certain look in the eye and an easy smile.'

'You have to be trusted by the people that you lie to,
So that when they turn their backs on you,
You'll get the chance to put the knife in.'
#23
I haven't got mine yet.
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#24


Currently eating one of those with a cup of tea. Probably the extent of it, I don't like eating much chocolate
#25
Quote by digman50
I just had the best uidea.

1. Get white chocolate Easter Egg.
2. Make jelly.
3. Let it cool down so that it hasn't set but won't melt the chocolate.
4. Pour into the egg through hole in the top
5. Allow to set.


If you're feeling hardcore then you could do different flavours of jelly and allow each one to set a bit before doing the next so you end up with this:


Inside of an easter egg.


OMG You have Easter eggs with jelly inisde them!!!!!

Genius!

OT: Dunno yet. I'm still laying in bed. Pretty sure I'm the only one awake too
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#26
Quote by DownTheCross18
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.

No it doesn't, the word 'Easter' is never mentioned in the original texts of the Bible, although The King James Version chose to translate the word 'Passover' in Acts 12:4 as 'Easter'.

But the word 'Easter' does have it's origins in Pagan religion.
It is named after the Germanic pagan goddess 'Ēostre' (sometimes called 'Ostara'). We don't know a great deal about her, apart from what Saint Bede (English monk, scholar and author from the early 8th century) wrote about her, which wasn't much. He said that in pre-Christian times during 'Ēosturmonap' (the equivalent to the month of April) feasts were held in Ēostre's honor among the pagan Anglo-Saxons.
We're not even entirely certain what exactly she was the goddess of, but Linguists have linked her name to a more ancient Proto-Indo-European 'goddess of the dawn' known as 'Hausos'.
Hausos was considered as a beautiful nubile woman, who also had aspects of a love or fertility goddess. She was also goddess of spring, involved in the mythology of the Indo-European new year, where the dawn goddess is liberated from imprisonment by a god (which is reflected in the Hindu 'Rigveda' as Indra and in Greek Mythology as Dionysus). She's more than likely a development of the extremely ancient (going back to around 40,000 years ago) Mother Goddess depicted in prehistoric 'Venus Figurines', which would explain her links to love. fertility and spring.

Scholars have linked customs and imagery involving hares to Ēostre and also to the Norse goddess Freyja, who may basicaly just be another version of Ēostre, so this could go some way to explaining the ancient link between Easter and rabbits. (Easter Bunny) while the Easter egg may be something that's linked to her role as a fertility goddess.

Obviously since those ancient days, Easter has become Christianised and linked to the Jewish 'Passover', which commemorates the story of the Exodus and is also the time of year that Jesus is said to have been crucified, but many of the traditions associated with Easter (particularly in the West) are certainly Pagan in origin. A bit like Christmas really.
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#27
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Obviously since those ancient days, Easter has become Christianised and linked to the Jewish 'Passover', which commemorates the story of the Exodus and is also the time of year that Jesus is said to have been crucified, but many of the traditions associated with Easter (particularly in the West) are certainly Pagan in origin. A bit like Christmas really.
But isn't Easter more of an (early) christian(/jewish) tradition becoming "paganised", with the celebration of it occurring prior to the pagan elements getting included, contrasted to Christmas which was a pagan tradition (Yule) that was adapted by Christians.
The reason for these adaptions still being the same, to appeal to pagans and the recently converted, but the processes is "reversed".

Or didn't Christians bother with celebrating the death of their savior before they at some point decided that it would be a jolly good idea to do so, since all the heathens were having a party that fitted to well with the Bible not to steal?
#28
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But isn't Easter more of an (early) christian(/jewish) tradition becoming "paganised", with the celebration of it occurring prior to the pagan elements getting included, contrasted to Christmas which was a pagan tradition (Yule) that was adapted by Christians.
The reason for these adaptions still being the same, to appeal to pagans and the recently converted, but the processes is "reversed".

Or didn't Christians bother with celebrating the death of their savior before they at some point decided that it would be a jolly good idea to do so, since all the heathens were having a party that fitted to well with the Bible not to steal?


Ok, this is basicaly how it happened. Pre-2000 years ago, the Jewish Passover (which commemorates the the Exodus) is, by coincedence, held in Israel around the same time that Spring celebrations were held in Northern Europe, which included the worshipping of a Pagan deity called 'Ēostre' during a time called 'Eostur-monath' which translates as "Ēostre month".
Then around 2000 years ago, a guy called Jesus who's considered by several Jews to be the Jewish 'Messiah' enters Jerusalem during Passover, causes a load of trouble in the Temple and is arrested and crucified by the Romans for apparently claiming to be the rightfull hair to the throne of Israel. He is apparently resurrected and this date goes down in his followers diaries as something that should be commemorated. These followers will form the beginnings of Christianity.

Fast forward around 300 years.
Constantine the Great has become Roman Emperor and makes Christianity the official Roman religion controled by Rome itself (the early Catholic Church) causing Christianity to spread through the Roman Empire, which includes parts of Northern Europe. Around this time the 'First Council of Nicea' (the first effort to attain consensus in the church through an assembly representing all of Christendom) sorts out the calculation of the dates of the commemoration of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection, (based upon the moon's cycles)

The commemoration of Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection starts to be held around the same time as 'Eostur-monath' in Northern Europe, leading to it becoming known as 'Easter' and over time many of the Pagan traditions associated with this time of year become adopted by Christians.
#29
Quote by DownTheCross18
Easter's actually never been about christ.... in fact the bible says it is a heathen holiday and an abomination.


really?? it does. where does it say that? oh wait i forgot like u'd know