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Fluff-Stuffed Egg

the egg before the bunny
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Charm your child with a prettily colored, four inch Easter egg having a shell of supple leather and a soft interior. Open its tiny zipper and turn it inside out to produce a fuzzy bunny, a downy chick or a silky kitten. Reverse the stuffed animal to recreate the stuffed egg.

Order all three in the basket of a tall, furry Easter rabbit, and yes, it can be transformed into a squashy, three foot egg.

FarmerJohn, Apr 01 2004

illustration http://www.geocitie...ie/stuffedegg.html?
[FarmerJohn]

Not quite but very close. http://r1.east.rmi....p?productId=1244586
I know I've seen something exactly like this, FJ, but can't quite find it. [waugsqueke]

Easter for Pagans http://www.riverrep...m/news/rue/9204.htm
Get back to the roots [FarmerJohn, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Not quite but very close. http://r1.east.rmi....p?productId=1244586
I know I've seen something exactly like this, FJ, but can't quite find it. [waugsqueke, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Easter for Pagans http://www.riverrep...m/news/rue/9204.htm
Get back to the roots [squeak, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       "Shish eh tashs unny."
Detly, Apr 01 2004
  

       How having the fluffy animals holding a little choccy egg the first time it's opened too?
squeak, Apr 01 2004
  

       Oui, chocolat savoureux.
FarmerJohn, Apr 01 2004
  

       Where does the egg go when it's in rabbit mode?
simonj, Apr 01 2004
  

       Jeez, [simonj]. It's the *Easter Bunney*. Duh! He always has chocolate eggs. Of course, if you really want it to be more realistic (sheesh) you could always use chocolate drops for rabbit poo. Ifn I've understood your question. If not, please ignore the "Duh!" bit.
squeak, Apr 01 2004
  

       If I've understood correctly, the egg unzips and turns inside out, revealing the rabbit. So where's the egg? Inside the rabbit? And what do you mean [squeak] he always has chocolate eggs? What the hell are you talking about rabbit poo for?
simonj, Apr 01 2004
  

       Ahh I've just realised what you were talking about[squeak]. You thought my question was regarding your annotation, when it was directed to FamerJohn. The egg I was talking about was the rabbit's exoskeleton, not your surprise chocolate egg.
simonj, Apr 01 2004
  

       OK. Yes, the egg is inside the rabbit, but it's soft and made of leather so just crumples up. There are plush teddies and things available that turn into rabbits/dogs/whatever by turning inside out, this is the same. I obviously misunderstood your misunderstanding (?) and started rabbiting on about poo. Don't worry, sometimes things like this happen. I'll be fine soon.   

       The bunny is inside an EASTER egg and can be assumed to be the easter bunny who is famous for delivering chocolate eggs and other tooth rot . I believe it was invented by evil marketing people.
squeak, Apr 01 2004
  

       Actually Easter isn't the Christian name for it is it? Whos was the goddess of spring. <Googles>   

       See link.
squeak, Apr 01 2004
  

       [squeak] I'm glad you two got that solved. I see Easter "... corresponds to the pasha or passover of the Jews, and most nations still give it this name under the various forms of pascha, pasque, p[^a]que, or pask." ('påsk' in Swedish).   

       [waugs] That's two baked ideas in two days. I've got to get a lot weirder.
FarmerJohn, Apr 01 2004
  

       Surprisingly enough I actually have one of these.
SystemAdmin, Apr 01 2004
  

       I have a teddy bear that turns inside out, into a cushion with the Danish flag on it. He's looking a little shabby, due to my years of mistreatment, but I still love him.
Detly, Apr 02 2004
  
      
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