Sweet candy treats described in exactly 17 syllables.
The Easter Bunny Hates You
Five sites lay rotten eggs and divine comedy, including "How to Make a Chocolate Easter Bunny," "How to Make a Bunny Lay Easter Eggs," "The Gallery of Unfortunate Easter Greetings," "Cap'n Wacky's Extreme Easter Egg Hunt," and "PaZing" (Easter Bunny Pong) game.
In a sequence from the Emmy-winning holiday special, the Wilshire Pig poses as the Easter Bunny with startling results. See many more Claymation cartoon clips, including the California Raisins and the PJs.
Not exactly about Easter, except in name. The Web site explains: "What is an 'Easter Egg'? - The term 'Easter Egg,' as we use it here, means any amusing tidbit that creators hid in their creations. They could be in computer software, movies, music, art, books, or even your watch. There are thousands of them, and they can be quite entertaining, if you know where to look."
From Humor Boy's Blog: Mike devours an After-Easter candy sale.
Collect eggs while dodging chocolate bullets in this cute online game.
Stress tests on the popular candy Easter chicks.
The space program, nuclear fission, and now Science's greatest hurdle: "to determine specific weaknesses and/or strengths possessed by 'Marshmallow Bunnies,'" one of Easter's favorite candies.
A collection ranging between family-friendly gags and a few potentially offensive items about the Easter Bunny and Jesus, from EasterHumor.com.
An online challenge, from MiniClip, help Mr. Rabbit collect and sort the eggs.
A few cartoons and photographs, collected by The Poddys Directory. Several are mildly sexual.
Onward Christian Smoochies. For this animated Webtoon/stress reliever, in the tradition of Easter, Mondo Mini Shows turns a lovely creature into a violent, ugly spectacle. Wait three days and hit the Reset button.
Dozens of related drawings, courtesy of CartoonBank.com.
MadBlast presents animated hip-hoppy Easter banter.
A popular comedy piece on the Internet, seen here at the Reale Family Website or in slightly different forms at MadBlast and Dobhran.com.
Pro Cartoonists Index collects sketches from top cartoonists. Each one may be forwarded as an Easter ecard.