Why did the Romans crucify the Easter Bunny? Was it because of the colored eggs?

I mean, I assume they crucified the Easter Bunny. since this is a Christian holiday, that must be the connection, right?

For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables. But you be watchful in all things…" 2 Timothy 4:2-5

Those weren't eggs. the easter bunny just happened to have a bad case of diarrhea. the roman emperor mistook them for eggs.

don't forget when the bunny rose from the dead and accidentally broke open his eggs and chocolate fell out

it was due to its pinup pictures in Playboy

They asked for red eggs, but the monster kept on giving them green and yellow ones.

Praise the Easter Gerbil!!!

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You should take troll lessons, this is pathetic.

I'm gonna take a ten minuet break from this thing…you guys are not funny ….your plum! Disgusting! Maybe by the time I come back you will be bored enough to go irritate someone else with your ludicrous remarks.

It wasn't always a christian holiday. Christians just like to borrow pagan holidays add Christian meaning and keep the pagan objects along with the Christian ones. most likely Jesus was not born on Christmas, and we really don't know the exact date Jesus was crucified otherwise, it wouldn't change every year. for instance, Jesus died on one particular day but Easter always changes with the Jewish calendar and is never the same particular day. Easter was originally associated with the pagan goddess Oester or Eastre. I am guessing the Easter bunny and eggs came with her.

Why did the Romans crucify the Easter Bunny? Was it because of the colored eggs?

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