Which Easter Eggs actually have the word Easter on them this year? I found these for £23.94 for 6 Eggs from Eden.co.uk.
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Which Easter Eggs actually have the word Easter on them this year? I found these for £23.94 for 6 Eggs from Eden.co.uk.

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maybe try finding some with the word "Eostre" on, which is the original festival at this time of year which was hijacked by the christians when they were trying to force out the pagen myths to replace with their own
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210 pack looks a canny deal
I will be making these for the kids, far more healthy

I don't remember 'easter eggs' ever having the word easter on them tbh.
Is that you Theresa?

(Who really gives a... as long as you treat everyone you meet with the some respect and common decency, whatever their circumstance).
Something Theresa May could do with taking on board regards Grenfell/Homelessness.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 23rd Feb
Not the best deal but I like your train of thought. Both Christmas and Easter have lost far too much of the religious connotations.
maybe try finding some with the word "Eostre" on, which is the original festival at this time of year which was hijacked by the christians when they were trying to force out the pagen myths to replace with their own
I'm sure the original ones didn't come in a box with the word 'Easter' on.
gimmeabargain1 h, 4 m ago

Not the best deal but I like your train of thought. Both Christmas and …Not the best deal but I like your train of thought. Both Christmas and Easter have lost far too much of the religious connotations.


"WooHoo! We've made it through another year. Let's celebrate" & "It's new life season. New plants, new lambs, shall we join in?"
Can't say as either had any religious connotations originally- well, apart from sun worship
I don't understand the fuss about having the word easter on your Easter egg. You want businesses using your religious holiday to flog an unrelated product? Because what the heck have chocolate eggs actually got to do with the crucifixion and resurrection? I'd see the point if we were talking easter chocolate crosses...
gimmeabargain1 h, 54 m ago

Not the best deal but I like your train of thought. Both Christmas and …Not the best deal but I like your train of thought. Both Christmas and Easter have lost far too much of the religious connotations.


To be fair, they were only co-opted by christianity. The christian religious connotations were nothing to do with the original meaning of either celebration.
luckily I know When it's Easter , so I don't need the packaging to remind me , also I know it's an egg from the shape , so I'm good there too . Not religious , just like chocolate though , so maybe others might be more worried
Edited by: "tinkerbellian" 23rd Feb
Silurianxx3 h, 18 m ago

I will be making these for the kids, far more healthy[Image]


Easter Alsatians? They look brill nomnomnom.
Pagan festival nicked by Christians.
Plenty say “easter” on them. Just use your eyes and don’t trust what any hate peddlers say
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Just spotted Asda are doing 3 for £10 and these are included in the deal
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