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Donald and the Easter Bunny

Easter is a confusing time. The dates change and the interface between chocolate, the Judeo-Christian faith and bunnies is vague at best.

What has become clearer this holiday however is that the United States of America is governed by an imbecile.

It’s not entirely understood who Donald Trump’s Easter message was aimed at, but it should be required viewing for concerned citizens everywhere.

The ‘take-away’ as American lingo would have it seem to be as follows:

Melania (wife) is great; the weather is nice (not nasty), the White House (or building, or whatever you want to call it) is “tippy-toppy”, and “just think about $700 billion dollars spent on the military.”

Got it?


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  1. dougie strang says:

    I think it might be some kind of code he’s channelling, whether he knows it or not. We all laugh at ‘covfefe’ and ‘tippy-toppy’, but secretly he’s just given the go-ahead to activate some deep-cover Russian agents. The truth will out.

    1. You may be right Dougie. I don’t know who looks more ill at ease, Melania or the Rabbit.

  2. Anon says:

    The whole “tip top” thing was a nod, or ‘Easter egg’ if you will, towards the online forum 8chan, who have been compiling evidence against corruption in the US government and beyond.

    One user requested he put “tip top” in his State of the Union speech, but that was right before he was due to present. On this outing, however, it got mentioned and emphasized with a weird-to-the-ear ‘tippy toppy’ addition.

    Trump also declared Autism awareness day, which again relates to 8chan as the user base endear the term ‘Autist’ as a nickname for those on the forum who focus or research heavily on a specific subject.

    This US President has a direct connection to ‘basement dwellers’ scouring the deepest corners of the web trying to take down institutional wrong do-ers. He knows their capabilities and talks to them in fantastical ways.

    What a time to be alive!

  3. Crubag says:

    Is it strange? It’s linked to Passover, which is a Jewish festival, so linked to the lunar calendar. It’s not actually called Easter outside of the Germanic languages, more so variants of Pascha.

    I think the bunny was originally a hare, once thought capable of virgin birth, so you can see the symbolism.

    1. Graeme Purves says:

      And, of course, in Scotland we still mark the Festival with an annual slaughter of the hare… wait… no!

      1. Crubag says:

        Wasn’t that more a Summerisle tradition?

  4. Helen K says:

    Who’s in the rabbit suit…could it be Ivanka?:-)

    1. Willie says:

      The photo hoot reminded me of Jessica Rabbit.

      Left or right folks?

      That’s all.

      1. Willie says:

        Hee hee hee, and who’s the one with the hair?

        Peter Perfect perchance. Help, help, help!

  5. Rob Outram says:

    Bet that was an impersonator and Trump was in the bunny suit… do they do April Fools in the US. Oh wait every day is April Fools in the White building, place, house… whatever

  6. SleepingDog says:

    Then the white rabbit said “Oh my ears and whiskers, how late it’s getting!” as it consulted a pocket watch whose face was that of the doomsday clock.

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