April 18, 2006
i forgot

i totally meant to post this for sunday, but clearly i suck.



please enjoy a belated easter-gram* (also a way to pass time till my brain can blog again) and do not take my abject horror to be a commentary on the resurrection of christ. i just hate big pink bunnies in purple neck tutus. don't tell the kids, but i think the bunny might be gay. and will you look at those teeth?

*or chag sameach, for my jewfolk out there. you're so jealous that my food allergies allow me to continue eating leavened bread. mmmm leaven-y!



21 Comments:

Blogger Knitty Kitty said...

That bunny looks like its ready to eat that kid

Blogger miss kendra said...

knitty: i assure you, the child was not eaten. i'm still here! i'm not dead yet!

Blogger Nick said...

If anyone is interested, I have an unleavened bread leavenator for sale cheap.

Blogger CommonWombat said...

I don't think that's a neck tutu, I think Easter Bunnies bleed purple, and that's some sort of explosive hemorrhaging.

Blogger Übermilf said...

Did he have a carrot in his pocket?

Blogger Melliferous Pants said...

I'm allergic to pink bunnies.

Blogger GrandPooOfAwesome said...

My e-mail is grandpooofawesome@gmail.com. Original, huh?

You know, I never had my picture taken with the Easter Bunny. Fareeky.

Blogger Uccellina said...

When I was in the fourth grade, my entire class painted Easter Eggs. But the teacher wouldn't let me join in, because she knew my family was Jewish. I tried to explain that my parents wouldn't care, but she said she wouldn't risk it. So I had to sit on the edge of the classroom with the Jehovah's Witness kid.

I've celebrated Easter extra-lots ever since. And by "celebrate," I mean "used as an excuse to eat candy and play."

Blogger Auntie Sassy said...

I can't tell if you are laughing or crying on that picture.

And really, you should be crying. The Easter Bunny is a dick. He brought me a Bad English cassette tape when I was in Junior High. And he stole my friend Mary's car last Sunday. And he wears a purple tutu.

I'm telling you, that rabbit has some problems.

Blogger jiggs said...

I put my passover experience over on nicks blog. I will repeat it here since it was directed at you. I should preface this with the following: I am not Jewish. Perhaps I miss some of the subtlety of the passover holiday.

What the fuck is up with gefilte fish? It's tastes like catfood smells, only catfood actually tastes better. The passover meal I went to was run basically by hippies and we sang gospel spirituals about moses. then I got tipsy off the wine and nearly got caught in the middle of an argument between an old Jewish woman and the cook about whether a piece of chicken was breast meat or thigh meat. She was convinced that the piece she saw was breast meat when in fact the cook only bought thighs. she however, could not be convinced otherwise.

Blogger FRITZ said...

Fuck the Easter Bunny. Haven't you seen how much the EASTER BUNNY HATES YOU?
Isn't that enough?

Sans the candy, I'd prefer Passover anyday.

Blogger Spinning Girl said...

I love that you are screaming your head off on this joyous occasion.

That bun-bun scares the ever-living shit out of me.

I have never, ever seen, nor worn, nor imagined, a fucking NECK TUTU.

Thanks for the nightmare.

Blogger melissa.in.london said...

That purple neck tutu is freaking me out.

I have to go hide in the corner.

Blogger Grend31 said...

You remind me of Randy in A Christmas Story in that picture. The Collar of Evil is just too much.

Blogger miss kendra said...

nick: i’m so interested. can i leaven other things? like socks? how about office chairs? there’s a girl in my office who could use some leavening.

wombat: you’re probably right. i think it’s touching me. can easter bunnies transmit disease? should i be worried?

ubermilf: god i hope not.

pants: just pink ones? i’ll mail you a soft white one with long floppy ears. i had a bunny named tulip once, but my (real)parents made her live in the basement. jerks.

grandpoof: i say do it next year. i had a santa picture done pretty recently. maybe this year i’ll get an update.

uccellina: i don’t really like candy, so easter never worked for me. but iliked painting eggs. we could paint eggs. let’s buy all the discounted egg painting kits and paint eggs!

sassy: that is definitely not the face of joy. i think the easter bunny used to bring me porcelain dolls. years later i smashed all their faces and used the pieces to cut myself. too much?

jiggs: that sounds about right. gefilte fish is HORRID. passover at my house involves lots of wine and (delicious) soup and off-key singing (not by me) and shouting.

fritz: the easter bunny does hate me. i know. i like passover in general, but sometimes the seder can get out of hand. my grandparents were none to thrilled when i read the story in character. with voices!

spinning girl: i scream my head off on all joyous occasions. it’s just what i do.

melissa: at least you didn’t have to sit near it.

grend31: it really is. i mean, purple??? don’t they know green is pink’s complimentary color?

Blogger MadMeer said...

Am I the only person around here that loved sitting on the laps of men in costume? I still love it actually. The costumes have changed from bunny suits to tight bun-gripping pants held together with velcro, but I'm still the same.

Blogger Laurie Ann said...

I have always been leery of men who dress in costumes strictly for the purpose of having children sit on them. Ew. Fortunately, my parents were not the sort to condone such practices. I think Mom was leery too.

If I want to be molested, I'll go to church like a good Catholic girl.

Blogger Stacey Budge said...

I'd say that is an deranged, life-size peep with an overbite, I would find myself in therapy over that one.

Blogger TinaPoPo said...

MK, do you sing "One is Hashem" on Passover? We do. It gets better with each glass of wine. By which point someone (usually my mother-in-law) is drunkenly slurring "one is the sham" and my father-in-law has launched into a rousing version of "Adom Alom."

Ah, Passover.

Gefilte fish sucks. But Matzoh balls are yums.

Blogger miss kendra said...

mad meer: that's a whole different ball game. get it???? ha!

laurie ann: indeed. and i'm jewish, in the half that counts, which renders me immune! it could be a woman you know. probably not. actually, i'm pretty sure it's a member of the national guard.

stacy: the bunny is awfully peep-like. i knew i didn't like him.

popo: i love singing on passover! my grandma does the worst/best version ever of chad gadyah! it hurts my ears, but tickles my soul.

Blogger Thérèse said...

I have it on good authority that the bunny is gay.

Very, very gay.

So happy.

It bounces.

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