Sunday, March 31, 2013

What Does Chocolate Have to do with Easter?

People often wonder what on Earth chocolate has to do with Easter. Well, Ishtar Labbit here explains exactly where the tradition comes from. Eating chocolate at Easter is a celebration of the droppings of all Earth's creatures, and how those droppings go to feed the soil which in turn helps plants grow so that creatures will eat them and grow and other creatures might eat those creatures and grow, and then those creatures leave droppings for the Earth and so on ad infinitum. Labbits eat their own droppings, but since other creatures don't, we celebrate with chocolate, which represents droppings, which represents the cycle of life and birth and rebirth and all that good stuff.


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