all started as a deeply religious event with a man dying
in excruciating pain on a cross, but, today, at this time
of year, Christians around the world are more likely to
be faced with cute'n'cuddly
Easter Bunnies jumping gaily in the
meadows, brightly coloured pink and yellow eggs, painted
hen eggs with clown faces on them, big red bows, fluffy
chicks pecking at corn...
sounds like it's time for...
Tuesday we ask... Has Easter become too gay? Our
panel of experts have their say...
opinions brought to you this Tuesday by the
people on the Hill of Duxelle de la Cherche,
Garoche "As my old Grammy used to say: "Easter
is a time for dressing up and cavorting like a fool!"
Since I was young, I was encouraged to dance like a
girl wearing bright, colourful, clothing! Whooohey!
Anyone for a game of Hockey?"
Montezooma "Please excuse my English, but I
admire Easter with all of my juice! Easter is a time
for reminding ourselves of how the Christ suffered!
A time for being forlorn with introspection! The prospects
for gay sex at Easter time is the only thing I have
to look forward to."
The Gaul "What would Easter be like without
big bows and chocolate binges? If feeling this gay is
wrong I don't want to be right!"
Aznevoir "I like to sing and dance and romance
the ladies and lady-boys at Easter. I find Easter is
such a good time to hook-up in my town, as everyone
is extra-specially gay: dressed up, as they always are,
in multitudinous shades of bright yellows and pinks.
Vive la Republic!
Morgoon "I love nothing better than kissing
a girl or lady-boy with a chocolatey mouth. How you
say in English? Yum!"
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