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Easter Spirited

What’s a good place to find an Easter egg? In someone else’s basket. At least, that’s what some parents at a PEZ Easter egg hunt in Connecticut apparently thought. Parents rushed the event’s three fields, knocked kids over, and took their eggs. “Everybody just descended, and they’re like locusts,” said a PEZ employee. “Everybody just descended and left.” An organizer did say they had candy for kids who didn’t get eggs during the hunt. (AC/WCBS New York) ...But did they have hearts for parents who didn’t get those?
Original Publication Date: 03 April 2016
This story is in True’s book collections, in Volume 22.

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