Easter Rabbit hunting!
Mon May 26, 2014 2:33am
The catch, though, is you've got to take it alive! How else can he give you the eggs that he'd otherwise be hiding?
* New Easter Tradition: Deer Hunting!
Sun May 25 2014 9:17am
Or maybe rabbit hunting
Easter Rabbit hunting!-
Mon May 26 2014 2:33am
Dude. Mine was just scared and pooped all over me....
Tue May 27 2014 11:21pm
Unless these were his eggs? Either way... yuck.
Nah, rabbits steal their eggs from chickens.
Tue May 27 2014 11:47pm
That's why we hunt them. We wanted the eggs and the rabbits stole them first!
So then who hunts us for stealing the eggs from the rabbits
Fri May 30 2014 10:49pm
who stole the eggs from the chickens?
Microscopic hunters known as bacteria
Sat May 31 2014 6:33am
They treat the eggs like they're a secret, to either reclaim or destroy. So, unable to reclaim the egg, they destroy it. Eat the eggs before that happens!
OH MAN I tried the same thing in the super market...
Sun May 11 2014 10:16pm
the eggs were so easy to find. They were in the refrigerated section right by the milk. Piece of cake. There were so many eggs. What are these kids talking about? Egg hunting is for the birds. It's wayyyy to easy. psh.
I have a 1 year old now.
Mon Jun 07 2021 1:45am
She loves playing with egg cartons.
I usually treat anything egg related as a salmonella threat.
Tue Jun 08 2021 11:04am
Carton, egg shell, inside the egg... Hands are always washed after touching any of it until the egg is cooked. I might being a bit overkill though.
Yeah, that might be a bit overkill...
Wed Jun 09 2021 12:10am
It sure doesn't hurt to wash your hands after cracking the egg, though! I do. (Nasty gooey stuff, but so much foody goodness makes it worth it!)
*Definitely overkill for the salmonella! :) (nm)
Tue Jun 15 2021 12:14pm
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