Portrait of the White Rabbit, by Teresa F. Bailey

“Portrait of the White Rabbit,” by kind permission of the artist, Teresa F. Bailey.

The Easter Bunny, technically a spring ephemeral, is a monotreme subspecies of rabbit (Cuniculus paschalis). More than one convention of mammalian taxonomists has decayed into a brawl over this classification.

The eggs laid by the Easter Bunny are almost all infertile. Only one fertilized egg is laid every year, which produces next year’s Easter Bunny.

The Easter Bunny’s full name is Bernard, but he prefers the nickname “Bunny” as being less embarrassing.

The popular Christmas song “The Little Drummer Boy” was actually written by the Easter Bunny under the pseudonym “Katherine Kennicott Davis.”

During his long annual vacation, the Easter Bunny collects stuffed plush representations of himself, a hobby he enjoys ironically.


  1. Belfry Bat says:

    The Easter Bunny never dies. Each year’s bunny goes into a semiretirement of composing memoirs for a certain Eclectic Publishing Empire.

  2. RepubAnon says:

    Easter Bunny is a SuperHero. SuperHeroes never die, they are simply rebooted.

  3. von Hindenburg says:

    Our 5 yo figured out that the Easter Bunny is not real and is not bothered by this fact. She has, though, been instructed not to inform her grandmothers, since their knowledge of her knowledge would break their little hearts.

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