How To Eat A Chocolate Easter Bunny
This Sunday is Easter. The Easter Bunny will be coming to your place and could be leaving behind a Chocolate Bunny to eat. Have you ever asked yourself, "What is the proper way to eat it?" C'mon, I can't be the only one, so here's the Glenn Pitcher Plan (GPP).
The Bunny is in the box, so gently remove it and eye it up. In other words, consume it with your eyes and think about what part you're going to eat first. Now that you're mentally prepared, take a bite from the selected part or area. Repeat until you are full or the part is gone.
Next step, put it away until you want to eat some more, then proceed to eat it again. Repeat these steps until the bunny is gone. If you want the bunny to last longer, you may want to freeze the bunny before eating it.
Here are a couple more GPP tips for you. This is very important, don't, I repeat don't name the bunny before eating it. If you name it Bugs or Peter Cottontail, then you may feel guilty eating it. However if you don't want to eat the whole thing, naming it may be the best thing for you.
It's suggested that you don't eat the eyes unless it's made of chocolate because it could hurt your teeth. If you do eat the eyes, I suggest that you don't yell out "Stop staring at me."
Consider this my Easter gift to you and I hope this helps your chocolate bunny experience. If all else fails, just drop it off at 59 Court Street, Binghamton c/o Glenn and I'll make sure it finds a good "home."