Monday, April 5, 2010


Due to the enormous success of the creepy Santa posts, I thought I'd do something along those lines for the season.

So, without further ado, here are some creepy Easter Bunnies:

"Yeah, dude, I get the bunny, but what are YOU doing here?"

Jordan wondered how this innocent looking bunny learned the Vulcan death grip.

"You can run, Emily, but you can't hide!"

They're playing a game - it's called "who can have the widest eyes?"

Easter Bunny photo bomber, sucka!

The deep, soulless eyes of the bunny pierced Billy's soul.

If the devil was a rabbit, this is what he would look like.

"I friggin' HATE dis time of year!"

"Bwahahahahahahaha! Seriously?" Andrea laughed, "You think THIS is what a bunny looks like?"

"We come in peace, little one. Is this your leader?"

This is what happens when you try and make the eye holes bigger. . . by yourself. . . without a mirror.

"Back off, Lady!This kid is one of us now."

"Mom, I don't think it's supposed to be an Easter White Chipmunk-Bear Hybrid."

Floppy was a very stealthy Easter Bunny, even with his abnormally large elephantitis feet.

The skates are a good idea, Crystal. They'll help you outrun Roadkill Rabbit, if needed.

Peter Cottontail went a little too heavy on the mascara this year.

This is the reason why you shouldn't put your Easter Bunny mask in the microwave.

Half mask = Completely creepy!

Kenneth stared at the bunny, the bunny stared at him - daring each other to make the first move.


"Ok, Andrew and Karly, say 'METALLICA FOREVER! ROCK ON! WOOOOOOOOO!' "

"Kill your family, Lee. Kill them all. You know you want to."

Fuzzy wasn't like the other animals, his abnormally placed eyes put him outside the pet store with the rest of the outcasts.

Hobart: A special bunny, for special children.


There's something wrong about actually being able to see the dude's eyes IN the costume.

The white make-up doesn't help this costume look any better.

I smell a lawsuit coming on!

"No, Mom. I've seen a bunny before and THIS is NOT a bunny!"

If Chewbacca married a rabbit and had children, and then the children were exposed to nuclear waste.

Anyone else getting a Donnie Darko vibe from this photo?

"Yesssssssssss, Jessica. The candy is completely safe and not poisonous."

"HA! HA! HA! We made the little human female cry!!"

I'd like to thank, faithful reader, Derek for showing me where to find these pictures.

Happy Easter, everybody!


Crystal Ross said...

The third one down is my all-time favorite. And I get the Donnie Darko vibe from ALL of these. *shudder*

--jeff * said...

dear lepus those are unsettling!

thankfully, most of the kids don't look too disturbed, but, really, who looks at those costumes and says, "yeah, this is cute; kid's will love it"?

and if that line fails, why are the parents still thinking, "it would be a darling photo to put my offspring with that monster"?

all the same, i laughed a lot. sometimes uncomfortably.

Andrea said...

I can't even pick which one is my favorite! But the Chipmunk-Bear is by far the creepiest.

shelly said...

The Donnie Darko reference made me laugh. We saw the premiere at Sundance and half way through the viewing the shots were upside down and the film and audio ran backwards. So here was this creepy bunny scene upside down and running backwards with scary audio. The audience was totally befuddled until the director stood up in the middle of the auditorium and said, "Stop! My movie is weird but it's not that weird." They had to unwind and rewind the film and then we finished.
I still don't get that movie.....
But bunnies are now really scary.

The Former 786 said...

Ha! Shelly, that is awesome! If that would have happened to me, I may have liked that movie a bit more.

L'homme Masqued said...

Oh man, so awesome. Did you make up all the captions too? I assume you did but I don't want to say that they were my favorite part if you didn't do them.

The Former 786 said...

Believe it or not, I did make up the captions. That's my favorite part of doing these type of posts.

Thanks, L'homme Masqued!