Model

ChrisJane

Posts: 969

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US

Are the shit. Happy Easter!  smile

Mar 31 13 06:39 am Link

Photographer

ontherocks

Posts: 23086

Salem, Oregon, US

the wife bought 4 of them yesterday.

Mar 31 13 08:29 am Link

Photographer

S K E L E T O N K E Y

Posts: 2110

Louth, England, United Kingdom

cream eggs, nomomom big_smile

Mar 31 13 08:37 am Link

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Cass N

Posts: 30

Querétaro, Querétaro, Mexico

Yes. They. Are.  I'm not holding back today at all!  tongue

Happy Easter everyone!

Mar 31 13 08:38 am Link

Photographer

Michael Bots

Posts: 6792

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Mar 31 13 09:19 am Link

Photographer

Red Sky Photography

Posts: 3454

Germantown, Maryland, US

Yes they are. All those other eggs are cheap imposters.

Mar 31 13 12:53 pm Link

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Frank Lewis Photography

Posts: 13048

Winter Park, Florida, US

So, if I don't eat 'em, then that's more for y'all, isn't it...

Mar 31 13 12:59 pm Link

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GeM Photographic

Posts: 2400

Chicago, Illinois, US

Mar 31 13 01:29 pm Link

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Kyle T Edwards

Posts: 434

St Catharines, Ontario, Canada

Michael Bots wrote:
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/01/28/article-2269548-173772AA000005DC-16_634x936.jpg






http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar … paign.html

Michael, that's pretty much what I imagine heaven looks like.  Just add a beer tap that never runs out and never foams up, and we're good to go. big_smile

Mar 31 13 01:32 pm Link

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Jennifer Barker

Posts: 8010

Houston, Arkansas, US

Just had one, mmmmmmmmmmm  bunny

Mar 31 13 02:41 pm Link

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photoimager

Posts: 5011

Stoke-on-Trent, England, United Kingdom

I'm sure they are smaller than when they first came out decades ago.

Apr 01 13 07:06 am Link

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DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

If you mean creme eggs, gross!

But the mini eggs are nomnomnom!

Apr 01 13 07:42 am Link

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-Ira

Posts: 2191

New York, New York, US

Michael Bots wrote:
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/01/28/article-2269548-173772AA000005DC-16_634x936.jpg






http://www.dailymail.co.uk/tvshowbiz/ar … paign.html

Great photo.  Must have taken quite a while to place all those eggs.


These were my favorite candy on Easter growing up.  Doubt I could stomach more than a bite now.

Apr 01 13 07:44 am Link

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C h a r l e s D

Posts: 9307

Los Angeles, California, US

...and now that it's the day after Easter, Heaven is on Earth.
All Cadbury eggs will be on sale! 

Happiness is soon to come.  Very soon.

Apr 01 13 07:49 am Link

Photographer

Wildcat Photography

Posts: 1486

Valparaiso, Indiana, US

I like the Cadbury Chocolate eggs the best!

The their cream ones.

Apr 01 13 07:55 am Link

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Bunny Bombshell

Posts: 11752

Huntington, West Virginia, US

Fuck yes, I love the original creme version

Apr 01 13 07:58 am Link

Model

-Nicole-

Posts: 19211

Madison, Wisconsin, US

I prefer the mini Cadbury Eggs smile

Apr 01 13 07:58 am Link

Photographer

Michael Bots

Posts: 6792

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

http://static.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2013/3/27/1364387219132/Infomania-Creme-Egg-001.jpg


Creme Egg: everything you need to know
http://www.guardian.co.uk/culture/pictu … ed-to-know

Apr 02 13 06:25 am Link

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John Photography

Posts: 13624

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

Don't like them but do LOVE the small solid milk chocolate ones. Yummy

Bought a bucket full today as they were on sale.

And those big dinosaur eggs were like under $3 so cheap.

I have never tried one of those eggs that look like they are made of icing.... They look so damn tempting

Apr 02 13 07:06 am Link

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JaneyGarnet

Posts: 85

Portland, Oregon, US

Remember Cool Hand Luke?  Someday I'm gonna do that with Cadbury eggs.

Apr 02 13 10:33 am Link