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The first written recording of the Easter Bunny comes from 1500 A.D. in Germany which refers to him as Oschter Haws. Although the exact origins are unknown, the rabbit is a pagan symbol for fertility, springtime, renewal of life, and is associated with the moon which determines the date Easter falls upon each year.

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The Easter Bunny is also referred to as the Easter Hare, Easter Rabbit, and Spring Rabbit. In some parts of Australia, the Easter symbol is the Easter Bilby. Below you'll find some great quotations about the little guy.

You'll wake up on Easter morning, And you'll know that he was there, When you find those choc'late bunnies, That he's hiding ev'rywhere.
Gene Audry
The Easter Bunny came by today
and left surprises along his way.
Colorful eggs are all around.
With baskets in hand we search the ground.
Hiding in places here and there
Easter eggs are everywhere.

Author Unknown
The Easter Bunny comes once a year and lays eggs all around our yard. Good thing I have children to pick them up otherwise mowing the lawn might get a bit dirty.
Anonymous
Who is older, Santa or the Bunny?
Anonymous
Chocolate Easter Bunnies are the most delicious thing in the world, but they taste horrible on any other day of the year.
Anonymous
Chocolate Easter Bunnies are fun to torment. Just leave them in the sun for a couple of hours and watch them melt to death.
Anonymous
Mmmm.... candy. What would Easter be if the cute rabbit didn't give us delicious candy?
Anonymous
Sometimes I think I see the Easter bunny, but my wife reminds me that it's only the whiskey.
Anonymous
I always wished that the Easter bunny would have married Santa. Could you imagine the delicious and fantastic gifts we would get whenever there is a holiday?
Anonymous
Easter is exactly like Halloween. Both of them have candy and scary creatures. The only difference is that our parents train us to think an enormous rabbit with gigantic teeth and lays eggs is somehow cute instead of dangerous.
Anonymous
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