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I once saw the Easter Bunny. I remember it clearly even though I think it couldn't have actually happened. Every year when I was a child, we celebrated Easter by going to my grandmother's house the night before. My cousins and would sleep in the living room on the couch bed. Facing us were huge bay windows out of which we could see the darkness cloaking the walk up to the porch. Once, I awoke in the middle of the night. I saw one rabbit ear poke above the lower frame of the window. Then I saw another. Then his face. He was the size of a large person. I was frightened, perhaps because of the darkness, perhaps because I was the only one awake. I held very still, not wanting to show that I was awake, but unable to close my eyes until I saw him walk away from the window on two legs. I suppose he left to go hide his eggs. Later on, after being told that the Easter bunny didn't exist, my childhood reasoning led me to believe that a relative of mine had been in a costume hiding the eggs, dressed up the way people don Santa costumes at the mall for Christmas. Wanting to know who the person behind the costume was, I recently brought it up at a family gathering. When I mentioned my memory, no one said anything at first. Then someone spoke up, saying that there was never a year when the eggs were hidden at night. The eggs were always hidden in the morning while the littlest kids were sleeping and while the kids a little older were at morning mass. I don't know what I saw that night. Or if I saw anything. Perhaps my imagination was on overdrive due to my excitement for the next day.

prairiepink
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I used to believe the Easter Bunny would steal moustaches. When I woke up Easter morning when I was about 4, my dad's moustache was shaved off. He told me the Easter Bunny stole it. I didn't trust that Bunny after that.

Allison
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when i was little my grandad took me to the park near his house and showed me a rabbit warren. he told me the easter bunny lived there!i believed him for years! everytime i went to see him i asked him to take me to see the hole! Now he teases me all the time and asked if i want to go and see the easter bunny! i'm way to gullable

me
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I used to believe that the easter bunny would come and take my rabbit and turn it into chocolate to give to the other children!So i took my rabbit into my bedroom and guarded it all night before easter!And guess what the easter bunny didnt take it!Yeah i saved the day!

Hero for all of the rabbits out there
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whan i was younger i was waiting for the easter bunny to come so i could see him and i saw a shadow in the dark corner of my room so i went to see what it was and i saw wheres waldo i was freaked out

Anon
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i used to beleive that the plastic mesh-type stuff that is sometimes placed under people's lawns were nets used to catch the easter bunny. i don't know why i thought this as i thought it up in the middle of the summer.

easter bunny hunter
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I used to believe that the easter bunny lived in a bush outside my uncle's cattle ranch.

Mandy
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I always thought that the easter bunny would come to my house and bring me eggs and leave them under my pillow. Seems like i got it mixed up with Santa Claus and the Tooth fairy! i noticed it after two years with no eggs under the pillow.

CRAZYlittleKID
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When I was younger I hated the Easter Bunny. I always thought it was sooo weird to have a huge rabbit hopping down the street to bring me eggs. One year, I told my mom that there couldn't be any easter bunny because there weren't any bunny foot prints anywhere near our house, so she looked at me and said, "Well.. he wears boots." I spent the entire day looking for boot prints.. at least she tried.

allie
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When i was little i used to be scared of the easter bunny because i thought it was a man dressed in a rabbit suite broke into my home and left me gifts.... On easter i used to stay awake all night cus i was scared lol

Me
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I used to think the easer bunny was a blue and white cloud guy that hid eggs.

James the Great
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My sister used to believe that if you weren't good all year, the Easter bunny would come and poo in the garden. She cried about this for a while.

luke
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My brother swears to this day that when he was 3 years old he saw the easter bunny leaving his room - he is 20 years old now.

Kendyl
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When I was little, my mom told me that she saw the easter bunny's tail once, and after that I kept asking her questions about him as if she'd met a famous celebrity.

Renae
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When I was a kid I used to believe that the Easter Bunny lived on the south pole, since Easter was spring and the south pole must be warmer than teh north (wrong in actuality..and it's fall in the southern hemisphere anyway in Easter!)
I also used to beleive that there was a special hotline that The Easter Bunny and Santa Claus shared to kell each other about what kids were good and which were bad.

Pablo
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When I was 10, my 15 year old sister told me that the Easter Bunny was really a murderer in a bunny suit. Then she told me that if the Easter eggs we decorated weren't up to snuff, he'd kill us all in our sleep. I stayed up all night the night before Easter and never participated in Easter egg decorating after that. It's been 6 years and I still don't.

Lisa
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My Dad when he was a child was convinced that the easter bunny lived in a tree outside his house, because the tree looked like it had a door on it. I guess he must have been mighty hungry for chocolate because he chopped away at the tree!

Stefanie
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Until I was told the "truth", I used to believe that the easter bunny was 6ft tall because he could leave candy above the doorway...Never quite sunk in that my dad was 6ft too...

Holly
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for easter my father would mow the lawn and gather the grass so we could make these giant easter nests on the front lawn. he told us unless we did this, the easter bunny wouldn't bring our easter baskets. easter morning, we would go out to the front lawn and our baskets would be in our nests, just as he said.

kelly b.
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When i was 5-6 i was scared to open eatser eggs because i thought that if jelly beans touched the ground the would hatch in to little baby bunnies.

Hermione Legolas Skywalker
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