Easter Promises – Every Sin Leaves a Mark

Hello friends, it’s Easter once again. And no one does Easter better than Amoeba. Yes friends, Amoeba is known for our selection that simply can’t be beat. So after gorging yourselves on low quality milk chocolate lupine effigies to honor a pagan fertility goddess, sit back in the easy chair and let those calories do their worst whilst you enjoy some of our fine Easter fare. Do your one “hop” shopping at Amoeba this Easter, won’t you?

Thanks Easter Bunny!!!!!!!! *Bwok Bwok!*

Remember, Ēostre (Ostara) is the reason for the season.

I used to get so excited when Cadbury eggs were available!

Ah yes, dressing up for Easter in outfits you only wear once…

     
The Easter Bunny shouldn’t be so anatomically correct.

Uh oh, is the vet available on Easter?

     

The Easter Bunny has interesting style.

  

 

Which is cuter, a bloody Easter Bunny or a bird taking a deep breath of cigarette smoke?

Aussies hate bunnies, so they have the Easter Bilby.

  

This just screams Easter!

  

If you enjoyed the more bizarre Easter cards, check out this website for a truly amazing collection. Actually, even if you hated them, do it.

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Eric Brightwell is an adventurer, writer, rambler, explorer, cartographer, and guerrilla gardener who is always seeking writing, speaking, traveling, and art opportunities — or salaried work. He is not interested in writing advertorials, clickbait, listicles, or other 21st century variations of spam. Brightwell’s written work has appeared in AmoeblogdiaCRITICS, and KCET Departures. His work has been featured by the American Institute of Architects, the Architecture & Design Museum, the Craft & Folk Art MuseumForm Follows FunctionLos Angeles County StoreSkid Row Housing Trust, and 1650 Gallery. Brightwell has been featured in the Los Angeles TimesHuffington PostLos Angeles MagazineLAistEastsider LABoing BoingLos Angeles, I’m Yours, and on Notebook on Cities and Culture. He has been a guest speaker on KCRW‘s Which Way, LA? and at Emerson College. Art prints of his maps are available from 1650 Gallery and on other products from Cal31. He is currently writing a book about Los Angeles and you can follow him on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter.

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