Eafter Bunny is not amused.

Eafter Bunny is not amused.

posted on 14 Apr 2017 in Toys

happy-eafter

I’m ready for Sunday’s feaft.

Photo courtesy of Albert.

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algernon
algernon
4 years ago

So lucking forward to the Eafter Funny

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

It is a combination of eat + fat.

Which will probably occur if you scoff loads of Easter eggs.

DrLex
DrLex
4 years ago

Cool, a medieval helium balloon from the time when they still used the long s! Happy Eaſter everyone!

algernon
algernon
4 years ago

Complete with Eafter Chucks

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

I have a diet which will work for everyone:

1. Sit furthur from the table.

2. Start at 100 yards and work up.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

I like to eat chocolate but I won’t be taking any E after.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

Enjoy your Ea∫ter ∫unday!

Big Fat Cat
Big Fat Cat
4 years ago

And they lived happily ever eafter.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

@DnT 0410. Oh its only E Coli.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

Happy Easter. Just don’t produce any little accidents.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

It’s a good thing they didn’t try to print the story of Je∫u∫ and the cro∫∫.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

I waʃnt aware that the American coloniʃts from the Revolutionary War era and before produced ʃuch bright, colorful gift boxeʃ for Eaʃter!

Goʃh, ya learn ʃomething new every day here on Engriʃh!

UCity
UCity
4 years ago

Is Eafter preceded by Good Priday?

Lora
Lora
4 years ago

Eafter if my savorite holiday aster Chrifmaf and Faint Hallow’f Eve.

Long Tom
Long Tom
4 years ago

Benny Hill once performed a song about the “Puffy Cat” (and pronounced it “puffy”), the joke being it was the medieval long S on the sign for a tavern.

iLock
iLock
4 years ago

Eaft to their own.

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

I Tawt I Faw a Puffy Tat!

olog-hai
olog-hai
4 years ago

@Pete: The “long s” was never at the end of words. Hence constructs where one sees “In Congreſs, July 4th, 1776” in the Declaration of Independence. (You’re using the IPA letter “esh”, BTW.)

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

And Marry U before Christmas

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

Happy Birthday is easy to say.

Happy Eafter ifn’t

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

There was a young lady who was feeling lucky.

After she had entertained half the Surf Club, she was all lucked out.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

I. Esther Bunny. Disapprove of this massage.

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

I demand chilli chocolate Easter Eggs.

Droll not Troll
Droll not Troll
4 years ago

@Marum | 5:56 am: …because Jesus died for our capsaicins?

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

Happy Eater must be Fatisfried!

Classic Steve
4 years ago

Celebrating the refurrection.

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

@Olog-Hai:

Hence, my usage when i spelled out “Colonists” above.
As for using “esh”, there were two drivers for that.

First, I thought the shape of the “esh” emphasized the look of the replacement for the “s”.

Second, I was under time pressure and in a hurry, so i had to pick the most obvious symbol quickly…even if not the most accurate.

BTW…about your “handle” Olog-Hai:
Are you an Orc????

Seventy2rd o clock
Seventy2rd o clock
4 years ago

Today if Funday!

Pete
Pete
4 years ago

OK, ʃo juʃt ʃhoot me for having a liʃp!
For Chriʃʃakeʃ!

Marum
Marum
4 years ago

I never knowed Orcs had sensitivee feelings.

Peter
Peter
4 years ago

Eafter indeed originated from the Eaft but curiously spread to the Weft.

TS
TS
4 years ago

For Jews it’s Paffover.

Peter
Peter
4 years ago

Miffed Eafter?
Don’t worry, we ftill have Chriftmaf.

Marnen Laibow-Koser
1 year ago

It’s about time that we ſtarted using the long ſ again in preſent-day Engliſh. I don’t ſee a problem with this ſpelling.

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