It's what Jesus would have wanted.
If this one is hollow, I want my money back. (via VeryFirstTo)
Easter is many things to many people. It's one of the holiest Christian holidays, marking the resurrection of Jesus Christ. It also incorporates many pagan elements that are thousands of years old. And if you're not a religious person, it's still an opportunity to celebrate the return of spring with adults and children alike. One thing Easter has never been, however, is an opportunity to ball out of control. Until now.
"Would you like to taste our bunny?" (via VeryFirstTo)
The 15-inch-tall, 11-pound bunny is made of 75% Tanzanian chocolate, and contains an estimated 584,000 calories. The eggs at its feet are painted with real gold leaf, and its eyes are studded with two 1.70 carat round brilliant diamonds provided by 77 Diamonds. The company has also offered to set the stones into a bespoke piece of jewelry once you're done eating the bunny, which will keep for up to two years if properly stored.
I felt like Donald Trump writing that description. "This is the finest bunny luxury can buy. Every other Easter bunny is for losers."
It does seem like an ostentatious item, considering the significance of Easter, but I'm probably a hypocrite for even saying so. If I had the money, I'd buy it. For now, though, I'll continue my Easter tradition of burying myself in Peeps and Cadbury Eggs and eating my way out.