Looks like Easter falls on Hitler’s birthday this year. What’s a good Nazi mom to do, with two holidays at once and the little ones clamoring for fun?
- Paint the names of nearby nations on eggs before they hide them, so kids can get the fun of the egg hunt and learn about hegemony, too!
- This year, get a solid white chocolate bunny.
- Make a jellybean swastika cake and cut it with an SS dagger! Careful, keep little hands away from sharp things.
- Instead of the boring sunrise service, move into the New Millennium with a rousing hymn to resurrected Norse gods, and then burn some ..foreigners.. in effigy. The kids can help by making a piñata of one of the Mud Races!
Remember: keep it fun, and keep it Pure!
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My birthday is on Good Friday! I can have a dress-up party or something? Woo hoo! Only problem is that I’m too fat to play Salome, and I’m not hairy enough to play John the Baptist. I guess I’ll get a few more tattoos and go as the Magdalene. =D Yay!
laughing too hard…
That’s wrong. That’s so wrong that I’m printing it out and sticking it up on the corkboard for all to see.
Does anybody have a good recipie for Jellybean Swastika Cake?
wow! thanks for those tips!
When I was in Berlin a couple of years ago, the site of the Hitler Death Bunker(tm) was pointed out to me. A huge, multi-colored air balloon was anchored there. I still don’t know why.
Very informative Easter/Birthday tips.