Top 10 Obviously Fake Easter Bunnies

With Easter coming up my little boy and me, both get excited at the thought of waking up and finding out what the Easter Bunny has brought us. But the other day we were inside a supermarket when a large green Easter bunny stopped little boy and me and gave him an egg, (not me the old skinflint) all well and good you say, but upon exiting that supermarket and heading into the high street a pink Easter Bunny decided to give my little one another egg. (once again I didn’t get squat!) I thought nothing of it until we were in the car on the way home and my little boy asks “Which one was the real Easter Bunny Dad?” I didn’t really know what to say, so maybe it is time I tried to find out…


Top 10 Obviously Fake Easter Bunnies

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Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny

10 – Well I don’t think this is the real one because those slippers are well dodgy!

FACT: Nearly 150 million Easter cards are sent worldwide every year, but it is estimated that only 5 million of them have bunnies on them! It turns out that Easter chicks are the winner when it comes to cards with well over 20% of all cards sent featuring an image of one!

Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny

9 – Well this one seems legit, but it’s far too old-looking to be the real one.

FACT: When people eat a chocolate bunny 76% of everyone asked said that they prefer to bite off the ears first! In other stats, 5% eat the feet first and 4% eat the tail first! I am an ear man myself.

Ferret Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Ferret Dressed as the Easter Bunny

8 – Very…uuuummm…nice! But not the real one with those teeth!

FACT: We get Easter rabbit cards, images, adverts, candy and chocolates. But the original stories and literature tales about the Easter show that is was an Easter Hare! It was, in fact, the Christians who changed the symbol of the hare to the Easter bunny because they believed that the rabbit was a more friendly animal to children.

Cat Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Cat Dressed as the Easter Bunny

7 – The real Easter Bunny wouldn’t have daggers in its eyes like this one does!

FACT: So where did the original Easter “Hare” come from?!? Well, hares have always been associated with springtime since ancient times, but it is believed that the Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring, Eostre had a hare as her spiritual companion and that it symbolises fertility and rebirth.

Cat Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Cat Dressed as the Easter Bunny

6 – If you’re the real one, why are your ears not pink, and why do they smell funny

FACT: The idea of the egg-laying rabbit was spread around the world in the 1700’s by German immigrant family’s. They told their children to make nests, caps and bonnets, then if they were good the Easter bunny would leave them coloured eggs!

Koala Bear Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Koala Bear Dressed as the Easter Bunny

5 – You might look the part, but the real Easter bunny would only eat chocolate!

FACT: The Easter egg being a symbol for renewal, rebirth, etc., which ties back to Christ’s resurrection

Horse Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Horse Dressed as the Easter Bunny

4 – You do look the part, but why the long face?!

FACT: Every wondered why the two things eggs and rabbits are together? Well during the Middle Ages the rabbit was associated with chicken eggs since both were symbols of fertility and rebirth in the spring the two things were always given to people! A rabbit to eat, and some chicken eggs to go with it! Although that doesn’t sound like a nice meal at all.

Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny

3 – The real Easter Bunny wouldn’t have to force a smile it would be natural!

FACT: Back when the Europeans began to settle in Australia, they didn’t realise that there were no rabbits until Easter time! So throughout the course of the next year they shipped in nearly 500 of them. Within the space of a few months there were thousands!

Dogs Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Dogs Dressed as the Easter Bunny

2 – Well all three of you can’t be the real one, someone is lying here so who is it?!

FACT: An estimated 90 million chocolate Easter bunnies are made for Easter every year! That is well over 2900 tons of chocolate! Most of those are sold by Lindt.

Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny
Dog Dressed as the Easter Bunny

1 – Oh I give up, this is just getting ridiculous!!!

FACT: In a survey of 5,000 children, it showed a sad stat that 4.3% of all the kids involved with the study believed that rabbits lay eggs!

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  4. As I was thinking about it, I thought of a caption for the one with the socks – “I love the smell of stinky socks in the morning!”. The other might be about to say “If you want to see your next birthday, get me the hell out of this pink abomination!”.

  5. Don’t get on a cats bad side! My cat once was sitting on the curtain rod and waited for her moment to get me as I walked by. Surprise! Take that! I will never deny a cat her naptime in the laundry basket again.

  6. Now we have to explain the Easter Bunny and Santa…! I’m wondering what the owners of these animals had to do to ‘persuade’ these animals to wear these getups…!? It’s only funny until someone gets hurt;)

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  9. Well that is so nice to hear that it made you smile, giggle and chuckle. As for the Bull Dog the pink shirt does indeed ruin it a little, but still very funny. (as for the cats you might want to hang onto that ” neither cat looks as if being the Easter Bunny is high on their hit parade” comment until my Caturday post)

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  11. Put a cat in anything and you have me hooked. However, neither cat looks as if being the Easter Bunny is high on their hit parade. As for the horse, those pink ears are a bit too dainty – needs a pink tutu to go with it, like the hippos in “Fantasia” with pink tutus and pink toe shoes. The bull dog would be more believable without the striped shirt. Thank you so much for a smile, giggle and chuckle today.

  12. awww … I remember when I found out about the tooth fairy. I caught my dad in the room during the night. The next day, I said to my folks that I had no idea that the tooth fairy wore male pyjamas. That was the end of that. Still got the money πŸ™‚

  13. Love it, number ten is my fav, and number one is definitely taking the piss. Totally ridiculous. I’ll be making my Swiss roll soon, (hopefully tomorrow) and will post it on my page. Feel free to come and fetch it.

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