I got really excited when Google said Easter is about eating bunnies and baskets full of candy... but then my human totally rained on my Easter parade. She said there'd be NO bunny eating for me because the kind of bunnies that get eaten on Easter are made of chocolate. And chocolate is really bad for dogs. It can even kill us.
I asked Google if there are any non-chocolate Easter-candy options. Turns out there's a pretty long list of things you can eat on Easter, but Jelly Beans and Peeps are the most popular.
I had no idea what a Jelly Bean or a Peep is, but figured if they're on a list of things to eat, I should eat them. My human must have felt kinda bad about putting the quash on bunny eating, because when I asked asked if we could celebrate Easter with Jelly Beans and Peeps, she actually said yes. At least to the Peeps part (apparently Jelly Beans are too much like pebbles and she doesn't want to encourage my rock addiction).
So, yesterday she brought home some Peeps. And I totally recognize these sticky little chickies from last Easter! These chicks are tasty, but they definitely don't taste anything like a nugget. They're definitely more fun to chew on though. And their goo sticks to your snout for future tasting.
I still don't know exactly what a Peep is. But I do know it isn't made of chocolate and tastes pretty good. So if your people say you're not allowed to celebrate Easter because of the evil chocolate bunnies, tell them you want an Easter Peep instead!
Today my flat self heads to Arizona with our spotted friend, Miley The Destroyer. He makes lots of friends at a dog show, tries to donate blood, has a near death experience and seeks shelter in a ginormous cactus!
Read about it here on flatpuglet.com