Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Hopping Down The Creepy Trail . . .

I should save this for Easter, but I just saw it. From the face of the kid, I expect years of therapy followed this make-shift bunny outfit.

This must be one of the lesser known branches of family Leporidae. However, I would be a bit uncomfortable with finding him filling baskets late at night in my house.

The key in this Easter Egg Hunt is to find eggs while avoiding the creepy guy in the pink long johns.

10 thoughts on “Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Hopping Down The Creepy Trail . . .”

  1. This was obviously in the late 60’s early 70’s right ?
    [judging by the clothes].
    That said does anyone know where this came from?
    I swear that kid looks a heck of lot like me at that age…

  2. I shall never wear onesie longjohns again. And those whiskers look like carved up diakon radishes.

    Cross those off my list too.

  3. I think the Easter Bunny now ranks above clowns on my list of things I fear …

  4. So far we’ve had municipal employees being spanked, a teacher being unjustly accused of sexual abuse, and now this perv dressed up in his pink underwear giving out candy.

    If this isn’t a sign of the End Times I don’t know what is.

  5. Our neighborhood has a yearly Easter Egg Hunt and Easter Bonnet Parade. Nineteen years ago it was one of the grandpas turn to play Easter Bunny. He waited too long to reserve his suit and ended up having to take the last one. It was turquoise blue with pink and purple spots.

    The kids scattered … refused to come out of hiding … and still talk about the year the Easter Monster came.

  6. That is without doubt the SADDEST excuse for an Easter Bunny suit I’ve ever seen!

  7. Weird, definitely. But are you 100% sure that individual is male? I think there’s room for doubt (look at the hips).

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