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I got in an argument with my little sister recently over the size of the Easter bunny...she thought it was a real rabbit but I always believed that it was the size of the big white one in the mall!

Jaimie
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I used to belive that the easter bunny lived under my closet floor.

Anon
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When I was a little girl I used to believe to the easter bunny I even thought I saw him once hidding eggs in the garden and a few minutes latter I went to see my mum to tell her I saw the easter bunny and she said she believed me.

Little Rabbit
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believe that the easter bunny was many men from the Elks Club who dressed up in bunny suits and delievered the baskets.

Anon
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i used to belief that the easter bunny lived on the moon. when i look up at the moon i can see the shape of the eater bunny at a table, so thats probaly why

Casey, Tas, Australia
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one easter i couldn't get to sleep so my mum put on a relaxing CD she turned it on and half way through the night it was off so i thought the easter bunny turned it off and i thought he was trying to get me in to trouble by my parents from waking up so they couldn't put out the eggs

eleisha
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I once thought that the Easter Bunny could cross over the ocean with one giant hop.

Anon
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My older sister once told me one year while she was sick sleeping in the livingroom, the easter bunny came to our house. He was drving around in a small car with our baskets in the back of it. He even fixed my little sister's broken basket.

Paulette
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When i was a little girl, i used to believe in the Easter bunny because the eggs were always hidden outside

Amandine 3B salle 112
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I used to believe that the Easter Bunny was a bunch of men from the Elks club that went all around the twons dressed in bunny suits and driving old Trucks.

Kay
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At one time I believed that the Easter Bunny was a man that was dressed up in a rabbit suit and if i came in when he was giving chocolat e he's either mug me or explode...

Flickhead the dickhead
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When I was 10 years old I woke up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom and I saw my mom and dad putting eggs everywhere. Instead of going to the bathroom I went to get my camera and took a picture. When I got my developed pictures I showed them to my parents and they couldn't make an excuse so they fessed up.

GUESS WHO
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i used to believe the easter bunny was santa clase's pet and on easter he would stop at each house and throw him down the chimney.

Twix
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When i was little i used to think that if you hugged the easter bunny at the mall you would get the chicken pox i never hugged the easter bunny and never got the chicken pox

Hi!!
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When I was much younger, we had a poolhouse or what not by our city playground, and the Easter Bunny would make appearances there when Easter rolled around. After waiting for the bundle of joy, I skipped off to the bathroom to find the diassembled bunny costume folded by the bathroom. Convinced someone had skinned him, I then found out that it was a costume, I was tricked, so on and so forth. From then on, I never went to the poolhouse again, nor believed in the Easter Bunny.

Abby
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One Easter morning, I woke up before everyone else to see the Easter Bunny. I hadn't really believed in teh Easter Bunny, so I wanted proof. I went out in the living room. I saw the Easter Bunny! It had no eyes. That creeped me out but, on with the story. I blinked and then he was gone. He was wearing yellow and green overalls. O_O;

Anon
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When I was young, Easter was a wonderful holiday at our home, with church and wonderful Easter baskets at home. When I was told at perhaps eight or so that there was no Easter Bunny, I was absolutely devastated.
It was much worse than losing Santa!

Rosanne
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I still believe in the Easter Bunny. Mostly, because when I was a young child (probably around 5 or 6) I saw him running down the street throwing candy and plastic eggs on lawns.

I bolted out of the house screaming and couldn't catch him.

My mom didn't believe me for years, but then we both realized that yes, someone had dressed up as the easter bunny.

lethe
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I handled finding out about Santa Claus pretty well. However, when I later found out about the Easter Bunny, I was completely devastated.

Lou
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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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