Easter jokes

Easter jokes

Easter Jokes About Rabbits

One Easter a father was teaching his kid to drive when out of nowhere a rabbit jumped on the road. Slamming on the breaks thechild exclaims to, “Oh no dad I nearly ruined Easter! I almost ran over the Easter Bunny.” to which his father replied, “It’s okay son – you missed it by a hare.”


What do you get if you pour hot water down a rabbit hole?
Hot cross bunnies!


What happened when the Easter Bunny married the rabbit of his dreams?
They lived hoppily ever after!


What’s invisible and smells like carrots?
Easter bunny farts!


What did the Easter bunny say to the carrot?
It’s been nice gnawing you!



How do you get a letter to the Easter Bunny?
Hare mail


Why didn’t the police enter the Easter Bunny’s home?
They didn’t have a warren-t


How does the Easter Bunny stay fit?
Hareobics


Who’s the Easter Bunny’s favourite celebrity?
Rabbit De Niro


What do you call a line of rabbits jumping backwards?
A receding hareline.


Easter Jokes About Eggs

Why do people paint eggs at Easter?
Because it’s much easier than wallpapering them!


Why shouldn’t you tell an Easter egg bad jokes?
They might crack up!



Why don’t people paint duck eggs at Easter?
They quack too easily!


Did you hear about the lady whose house was infested with Easter eggs?
She had to call an eggs-terminator!


Why did the Easter egg hide?
He was a little chicken!


What is Easter?

Easter, the oldest Christian festival is celebrated yearly but changes date dependent upon lunar cycles. Around much of the world the date is based on the Sunday after the first full moon after or on the March equinox. Historian Dr John Dickson states that, 7 April AD 30, is the widely accepted date among historians for the crucifixion of Jesus, and has been celebrated ever since then.

Easter is observed over a period of weeks, the best known days being Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday.
Easter is a time when Christians remember the story of Jesus Christ’s triumphant arrival at Jerusalem (Palm Sunday), his arrest & crucifixion (Good Friday), and the pinnacle of Easter celebrations – his resurrection three days later (Easter Sunday).