Epic Easter Blog

Easter, like all major holidays, is supposed to be perfect, right? It’s the time we all tap in to our creative side and prepare amazing food, wear pastel outfits like super models, and indulge responsibly in Peeps®.

Sometimes Easter is like that. Perfect.

Other times: it’s a total disaster.

Let’s take a look at a few Epic Easter Fails that will have you laughing so hard you’ll cough out a jelly bean.

Easter Fail Photos

Have you heard of the website Awkward Family Photos® Well, they have an amazing collection of cringe-worthy pics, including this hilarious Easter fail and this down-right scary bunny photo. By the way, if you’re the adventurous type, do an image search for “Easter Fails.” Warning: You’ll never be the same.

Easter Fail Videos

Pretty much any time an adult decides to dress like a giant bunny something uncomfortable and quite possibly phobia-inducing will occur. On a somewhat related note, there are a few things in life you can always count on: death, taxes, and kids falling down while doing Easter egg hunts. Cosmopolitan® has a great video montage of all this and more.

Easter Fail DIY

Woman’s Day® has this collection of Easter Fails for all you do-it-yourselfers out there. We’ve all been there, right? You see something in a food magazine or cooking show and think, “Hey, I can do that!” Later we’re scraping some charred, otherworldly thing off a cookie sheet hoping the smoke alarms don’t go off.

So what’s the point of talking about all this failure?

Simple. Sometimes, life’s messy. Real messy. Even on perfect days. And that’s why having a powerful and versatile vac – like a Shop Vac® Wet-Dry Vac, comes in handy. So when the jelly beans spill or the chocolate bunny melts on the sofa or the painted eggs crack and ooze on the wood floor, you can clean it all up quickly and get back to what matters most: eating Peeps®.

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