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Old 03-26-2020, 11:39 PM   #1
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Default Chocolate bunnies: Eat the ears first or not?

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How you eat a chocolate Easter bunny says a lot about you

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I always break a Chocolate Easter Bunny into three pieces for eating without regard to which part I am eating first
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This post reminds me of the member Fleet on here. I think he usually stockpiles chocolate bunnies during the Easter season. Maybe he'd have some input.
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I haven't eaten chocolate bunnies since I was kid but I believe I ate the ears first, then the feet and saved the middle for last in case it had some type of filling, but usually it was hollow.
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I always eat the ears first.
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I break it apart but, yes, ears are the first to go!
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Not exactly the same but what does it say about me that when eating peeps I always pick off and eat their little candy eyes first.
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Not exactly the same but what does it say about me that when eating peeps I always pick off and eat their little candy eyes first.
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I try as long as I can not to eat the chocolate bunny at all. Too cute to eat ! That is why I try to just get chocolate eggs ! The eggs are better anyway coconut cream filled or peanut butter filled, or the little solid chocolate eggs that are like Hershey kisses !! YUM !!
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