How to Explain to Your Kids That the Easter Bunny Got High and Ate All Their Candy

How to Explain to Your Kids That the Easter Bunny Got High and Ate All Their Candy

Kids, gather ’round. We need to have a talk.

I know that you were all very excited for Easter this year, and I know how much you love candy. Cadbury Eggs, Peeps, chocolate rabbits. Everybody loves eating candy on Easter.

Unfortunately, we’ve had a bit of a setback. You see, Easter happened to fall on April 21st this year. That’s one day after April 20th. Now kids, April 20th happens to be a holiday known as “4/20.” While you don’t celebrate this holiday in school, and you shouldn’t tell your teachers about this holiday, sometimes some of the grown ups like to celebrate it.

It just so happens that I talked to the Easter Bunny, and he said he celebrated this holiday a little bit too much, and in the process got very hungry and ate all of the Easter candy.

I know. I know it’s sad. The Easter Bunny usually doesn’t celebrate this holiday, but he’s been under a lot of stress at work lately, and he really needed to unwind.

No, now don’t say that the Easter Bunny doesn’t love you. He loves you very much. It’s just that, from time to time, he gets blazed out of his mind and doesn’t think straight.

What’s that? Yes. I’m sorry. He ate all of the potato chips and leftovers, too.