8 Apr 2012


What do you call a line of rabbits walking backwards?
- A receding hareline.
Why isn't a rabbits nose twelve inches long?
-Because then it would be a foot.
What do you call a rabbit that lives at the North Pole?
Why did the Easter bunny fire the duck?
- Because he kept quacking all the eggs.
Do you know how to find the Easter Bunny if he's lost?
- Make a noise like a carrot, he'll find you.

PS Seeing as it is Easter Sunday and there won't be a Monday Media post tomorrow I just had to slip in this one article.

SPEND THE NIGHT IN A CHOCOLATE FACTORY. A chocolate shop in Yorkshire is offering sweet-toothed travellers the opportunity to spend the night in their factory during Easter.
The “chocolate suite” – on offer from the 2nd until today, the 8th of April -courtesy of the Little Chocolate Shop in Leyburn – features edible furnishings, a chocolate fountain and a fancy dress box filled with Wonka-esque accessories, aprons and toques.
Guests will be free to watch chocolate being made in the factory, before ending their stay with a chocolate breakfast.
However, they are advised to be out of bed by 10am, when the factory begins accepting visitors on regular tours. The chocolate furnishings, which include plants and ornaments, are restocked each day. -  The Telegraph (April 2012)


Betty Manousos@ CUT and DRY said...

a marvellous and fun post!!
thanks so much for sharing:)

a very happy and blessed easter, dear tracy!!

StarTraci said...

Love it!

I needed a few good egg-centric humor.

ashok said...


Melissa (Books and Things) said...


Hope you had a good Easter and weekend!

Suko said...

It would be sweet to stay at the chocolate factory overnight! How fun would that be?!

I hope you had a lovely Easter.

Claudine G. said...

Those chocolates look so pretty, and the receding hareline got me giggling. Hope you've enjoyed your Easter holiday!

GMR said...

The Easter jokes....HAHAHAHAHA! Too funny. As for the chocolate experience, totally reminds me of Willy Wonka. ^_^ Let's just hope no one loses their head!