Easter Sunday Surprise

April 4th, 2010

Easter Sunday Surprise - Easter

What do you want? The bunny wasn’t available.

(submitted by Julie)

55 Responses to “Easter Sunday Surprise”

  1. DDW says:

    “And now it’s payback time” evil laugh……

  2. Heather says:

    Well a Rooster DOES figure in the Easter story – take that Easter Bunnie!

  3. JK says:

    this is great!!

  4. max says:

    this is my mom and her sisters but i dont want to do the same Easter chiken TT

  5. Rose21 says:

    When you find yourself in danger
    When you’re threatened by a stranger
    When you feel like you will take a lickin’ (bock bock bock bock)
    There is someone waiting
    Who will hurry up and rescue you
    Just caaaaaaaaaaaall
    for Super Chicken.

  6. aSHlayy says:

    this is great…..award worthy haha 🙂

  7. CD says:

    OMG I work in a small fancy dress shop in Australia and we have that EXACT costume O.o

  8. Adele K says:

    I lost my ability to speak English momentarily, I was so terrified O.o
    My thought in German boil down to – WT* my God what IS that thing?

  9. TMB says:

    wHAT CAME FIRST ….THE CHICKEN OR THE EGG?????????????????

  10. william says:

    “Well, we like the idea of offering the chance to celebrate with the Easter Chicken, for those of us that are non religious.”

  11. Beesus says:

    Sweet baby Bhudda why are none of the children running! FLEE CHILDREN! FLEE!

  12. Stephanie says:

    The beak is terrifying!!!!!! You could peck an eye with that thing!!!!

  13. charmy_canuck says:

    Um is it just me or does it look like the chicken is possessed…Its eyes stare into my very sole!

  14. KANDY says:

    Wow – this reminds me of the chicken on “The Family Guy” show who’s always fighting with Peter. haha.

  15. Sarah R says:

    “He wears a disguise to look like human guys, but he’s not man, he’s a chicken boo!” OMG It’s a giant chicken! Run!!!!

  16. Don says:

    Amber smiled for the camera…completely oblivious to the circling chicken-hawk. Her sisters faced a difficult choice—could they stay quiet, take the picture, and hopefully elude the diving raptor? Amber was about to pay for being “daddy’s girl”.

  17. Michelle says:

    Sorry… To me this just makes more sense than a dang RABBIT hiding eggs!! LOL!

  18. m says:

    The backdrop makes me wonder if this is where you go to get your Christmas photo taken with Chicken Clause.

  19. Chicken Lover says:

    The Photographer should be pecked by a thousand HENS!!! Your job is to ensure your subjects are looking at the camera! It is about time that the Easter Chicken make a public appearance – We have Celebrated the Mighty, Egg Producer for generations at Easter Feaster Celebrations! Welcome to the European Culture!!!!

  20. anne says:

    Aw, the chicken’s cute.

  21. mandy_Reeves says:

    so wait…why was cookie monster in the background?

    • John R. says:

      I think it’s a “let’s throw everything against the wall and see what sticks” kind of situation.

      • Here I Am says:

        Uh, yeah, the background looks aweful busy, don’t you think? Kind of tacky.

      • rainydaze says:

        There are at least 15 distinctly different colors in the photo. Amazing. Looks like they were using a prop room at a children’s theatre.

  22. jnmcnally says:

    Funny stuff – my brother used to always argue with children about how it was the “Easter Chicken,” not the “Easter Bunny”!

  23. Jeeps says:

    MMMMM, Tastes like Rabbit!

  24. HeatherW says:

    The Easter Chicken : your go-to mascot when budgets are tight and the magic has worn off.

  25. skyeleo says:


  26. Alan says:

    It was about here that a very young Colonel Sanders had a bright idea.

  27. john in co says:

    The two blonde girls seemed to be staring off-camera at someone like they are saying ‘Yeah, sure, whatever.’

  28. Lars says:

    There are lots of parts of the world where the chicken and the rooster are the easter symbols.

    And seriously: Isn’t a bunny with eggs weirder?

    • Leonie says:

      Well….true! But a bunny is cuter and a chicken is a little scary…’scratch, scratch’ rather than a friendly ‘hop, hop.’

      • Tom says:

        You sure about that? Better re-visit “An Earful” which was posted here April 2nd. Now THAT is one scary rabbit!

  29. Anne says:

    It looks like an alien spider is about to land on this rooster.

  30. BellaFitz says:

    The economy was so bad that even the Kellogg’s rooster took to moonlighting.

    Factoid: Cornelius Rooster, the ubiquitous green rooster created by Rena Ames Harding, was created in 1957. Harding worked for the Leo Burnett Advertising Agency. Her creation has been pictured on the front of Kellogg’s Corn Flakes boxes ever since.

  31. Tim S says:

    Looks like eldest daughter is getting the eye-roll perfected. Teenage years coming up!

  32. The Easter Gorilla was out doing a singing telegram or…he’d be there, too.

  33. Yves says:

    The Easter Chicken is cheaper and she lays her own fresh eggs.

  34. HarHar says:

    I love how there had to be a sign in front of it saying “Easter Chicken” so that everyone would know wt* was up with this bird.

    By the way, does the UPS Brown family know that one of their living room roosters has escaped?

    • assmullet says:

      …uh, yeah, i too am glad that was clarified for me as i thought perhaps it was the easter ROOSTER, who is a much better character for your impressionable children to be exposed to…

  35. jay says:

    They’re doing it wrong. Go sit with the Easter… Chicken?

  36. What do I want for Easter? How about not having my child’s brains feasted on by an anthropomorphic barnyard animal? That work for you?

  37. LilJ says:


  38. Winnie Cooper says:

    I bet the Easter Chicken is better at hiding Easter Eggs!

  39. DodieA says:

    What is this? Big Bird’s gangsta’ cousin?

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