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Apr 10, 2009 | 7:21 PM EDT

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Jesus and the Easter Bunny wish you a happy easter full of cuteness and peace like they are used to have, thanks to all of us!
THIS IS THE ULTIMATE EASTER CLIP OF 2009! SHARE WITH YOUR FAMILY!
Update: I´m amazed for being in frontpage. Finnaly this kind of humor is recognized and breaks some boundaries. You have to understand that this is my kind of humor ( i do extreme humor flash animation in Portugal with some kind of sucess) and for all of those who criticize me for lack of respect, i just want to tell you that i LOVE animals, and i did this to mock the hypocrisy of this stupid season where we celebrate bunnies that we gladlly kill and eat, and the supposed death of a man who sufferd hell on earth. Yes i´m sick but this is funny, can you get it?

-NONE OF THE PICTURES SHOWN IN THIS CLIP WERE TAKEN BY ME. THEY WERE FOUND WHILE SEARCHING ON FLICKR AND GOOGLE.-

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El-TomEl-Tom

Rated 0 / 5 stars April 12, 2009

horrible yet i still loled

It was funny but i only watch for the 1st two pictures of the rabbits... not the sort of thing i thought it was at 1st. if anything put a lil more of a warning about what it is next time... there is some really gruesome stuff in there and i mean REALLY gruesome... like real dead rabits and in my books thats not right. but like i said i did laugh... maybe i'm just a bad person :S



LiliumLilium

Rated 0 / 5 stars April 13, 2009

You miss the point of easter and the bunnies.

Rabbits are a sign of fertility - they aren't "celebrated" during Easter. The "Easter Bunny" is little more than a commercialized mockery of what it once was, and no longer has ties to its original format as a Pagan symbol of fertility. Easter always falls around the beginning of Spring, which just happens to coincide with Ostara, a Pagan fertility holiday - which supposedly used hares/bunnies and eggs as symbols (again, fertility).

Western cultures aren't celebrating the bunny, in my opinion. We're just using its cute image to sell candy. In my opinion, the real hypocrisy is that people so readily use Pagan symbolism on a Christian holiday even though the Christian religion forcibly and violently stamped out the practitioners of the original rituals that they lifted the symbols from. I pretty much resent all commercialized holidays because of how they butcher and warp the original holiday, no matter the original meaning, be it Christmas or Halloween.



tank227tank227

Rated 0 / 5 stars November 5, 2010

WHAT?

not funny, not funny at ALL! Your twisted


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Haj133Haj133

Rated 0 / 5 stars April 12, 2009

Ridiculous

How did this ever make it on to such a great website from now on I suggest don't offend people!



KabcrKabcr

Rated 0 / 5 stars April 13, 2009

Eating rabbits in Easter, uhh?

Well, "extreme" as this "flash" is, you deserve no decoration or success towards this twisted collage of dead, deformed, amputated, and otherwise nasty images of innocent rabbits that have been killed thereof. What astounds me, is the complete and total disregard of flash making by destroying the enjoyement of watching spontanious and concurrent pictures by applying your own little piece of exteme hysteria of eating bunnies during easter. Now, please stop making these morbid "extremely funny" flashes. Trying to radicalize the youth by your own hypocrisy helps no one. I would suggest you try to alternate your message in some other way or form, because this goes way too far and IS NOT FUNNY!! (however sarcastic you try to make it sound).

P.S.: This kind of humor often finds itself in the frontpage. Try not to let it heighten your ego.


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