Warm water will be fine in Solo cups. I’ve done it many times. They only start to melt when the water gets above faucet temps, so don’t use them in the microwave.
I wonder if any Brits find it weird that we actually use real eggs instead of chocolate. These days with my tummy issues I wouldn’t dare eat eggs that had been outside so long, but it was no big deal for us kids.
^ Hey, diddle diddle
The cat and the fiddle
Piggy in the middle – do a poo-poo.
There is an anthology horror film called, “Holidays,” that has an interesting take on the Easter Bunny/Jesus dealie, however, the Hallowe’en segment is by Kevin Smith, so beware.
Years ago, I read a horror short story called, “Death to the Easter Bunny,” which was one of those laugh-and-scream-at-the-same-time stories. At the end, the heroes are waiting for the fat man in the red suit – they’re armed and they’re ready! (chuckle)
At 7:30pm, we were at a stoplight behind a Honda Pilot, and I saw a pair of tall ears bobbing in the back seat of the Honda. I said, “That lady’s got a rabbit in the back seat. You don’t see that every day.” My wife said, “Well, it is Easter.” Then she got excited. “The Easter Bunny! WE SAW THE EASTER BUNNY!”
I probably should have put the word “still” there, as in “still use real eggs.” It’s just that every British person I’ve talked to who mentions Easter eggs seems to be talking about chocolates or other candies, as if using real eggs has fallen out of style.
And I’ve never heard of anyone rolling eggs outside of the White House thing, but it wouldn’t surprise me if some do it. It seems to be an older tradition, coming from the UK version.
Anywhere else, I’ve only encountered Easter egg hunts.