There is no God, Santa Clause, Easter Bunny, or any other benevolent force in the universe.
As we're all well aware, Christmas is the second creepiest of all holidays. (The first is obviously Easter, which offers a troubling, uneasy mix of adorable bunnies, pagan birth rituals, and crucifixion snuff porn.) Now, I love Santa... Show More Summary
For those of us who grew up in the '60s, hearing accuser after accuser come forward with their accounts of rape and sexual assault by the beloved Bill Cosby is for some of us akin to a child learning there is no Santa, Easter Bunny or Tooth Fairy. As a little girl we would play Cosby records and howl. Show More Summary
Here's what marriage is. Marriage is the God-ordained, lifelong, covenantal union between man and wife, designed to provide men, women and children optimal stability and overall well-being.
Today's cute kid note reminds parents that they may not be as stealth as they think. Title: The Skeptic Author: Lexi Age: 9 Triple Whammy: Goodbye to the Tooth Fairy, Santa and the Easter Bunny, all in one note. Really? Valid Reactions from Mom and Dad: 1. Show More Summary
One of my first encounters with Tibetan Buddhism was a weekend program with a lovely lama from Ohio. She was wise and funny and relatable. It was spring, and she brought in a chocolate Easter bunny to put on the shrine. I liked the idea...Show More Summary
And you thought the Easter Bunny in Bogus Journey was freaky… Check out this ridiculous and awesome art for the horror comedy Beaster Day: Here Comes PeterCottonHell. From Uncork’d Entertainment, we also have the trailer for the crowd-sourced splatterfest that arrives this fall on home video. The film is written and directed by The Snygg […]
A visit to Japan's ?kunoshima, a World War II-era chemical warfare test site turned rabbit sanctuary. Forget everything you know about islands--Fantasy Island, Easter Island, that Rubik's cube from hell on Lost--forget it all, because this is the only island that matters: Japan's ?kunoshima, affectionately nicknamed "Rabbit Island." Read Full Story
Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon — a couple I have long admired specifically because of this photo of them dressed up like Easter bunnies — are reportedly "headed for a split." Noooooo. (But you can see it in his eyes that he chafes against the restrictions of the rabbit costume, which is a metaphor for the institution of marriage.) Read more...
Imagine waking up, head throbbing, room spinning, stomach growling. Too. Much. Wine. Waiting in the kitchen, left by some benevolent fantasy akin to the Easter Bunny or Tooth Fairy, is a pan steaming with silky, slightly caramelized peppers and onions, crumbles of spicy chorizo, and golden, life-giving eggs. Show More Summary
Over a bleak stretch of the Kennedy Expressway that is often jammed with soul-crushing traffic, the enormous holiday light displays burst through the rush-hour malaise. At Easter, a 12-foot pink bunny, flanked by eggs and flowers, waves cheerily at bleary-eyed commuters. On St. Patrick's Day,...
New from PopCrunch: Well, this is like finding out the Easter bunny isn’t real… The image of Mila Kunis as a pint-sized, down-to-Earth Hollywood starlet is about as shredded as her post-baby vagina (see interview with Marie Claire for...Show More Summary
It looks like no one is buying the Internal Revenue Service’s claim that former executive Lois Lerner’s computer crashed, destroying thousands of e-mails requested by House investigators. Even CNN just laughed at this sleazy, grown-up...Show More Summary
CNN’s John King mocked the Internal Revenue Service’s claim that they have lost two years worth of emails involving former official Lois Lerner: Do you believe in the Easter bunny? Do you believe in Santa Claus? Do you believe that Lois Lerner’s emails suddenly went poof? King said that even if we assume that a horrible […]
CNN host John King is more than a little bit suspicious of the Obama administration's claim that it lost more than two years of emails belonging to Lois Lerner, the official at the center of the scandal surrounding the Internal Revenue Service's alleged targeting of conservative groups. Show More Summary
"Do you believe in the Easter bunny? Do you believe in Santa Claus? Do you believe that Lois Lerner's emails suddenly went poof?" That was CNN host John King's incredulous response Monday to the Internal Revenue Service's claims that they lost two years worth of emails involving former official Lois Lerner and outside agencies.
During New Day's regular "Inside Politics" segment on Monday, CNN's John King declared that it "makes me suspicious" as he informed viewers of revelations that some of former IRS official Lois Lerner's emails not only went missing, but...Show More Summary
Americans have several myths we perpetuate during childhood: Santa Claus; the Easter Bunny; and the Tooth Fairy. Continue reading ? The post Myths of childhood – and tea appeared first on T Ching.
Perhaps the reporter was too polite to write. "Bullshit, bullshit, bullshit"?
Last week I asked Kotaku's image manipulation community to send an innocent holiday icon to hell. Since then I've been having nightmares involving rabbits. So yeah, probably a bad idea. Read more...