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You Think You Know Easter, But These Tidbits Will Prove You Have No Idea

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You Think You Know Easter, But These Tidbits Will Prove You Have No Idea

You Think You Know Easter, But These Tidbits Will Prove You Have No Idea

Easter may not be the flashiest holiday of the year, but I bet you didn’t know it’s the most popular day of the year to go to church!

So what else didn’t we know about Easter?

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You Think You Know Easter, But These Tidbits Will Prove You Have No Idea

Easter may not be the flashiest holiday of the year, but I bet you didn’t know it’s the most popular day of the year to go to church…????Even more so than Christmas Eve or Mother’s Day, according to Wallethub!

So what else didn’t we know about Easter?????Well, for Americans are split on which came first: The Easter bunny or the Easter egg, with the bunny taking a slight lead.????More importantly what do either of those things have to do with Easter?

History.com points to the rabbit as an “ancient symbol of fertility and new life,” which would kinda explain the eggs too.????On that subject, WalletHub crunched the numbers, and America buys 180 million of them a year for Easter.????Easter spending overall is expected to top $18 billion this year… and about $151 each for the average person celebrating.????So which easter candy reigns supreme?

Well, 91 million chocolate bunnies are sold in the US for the holiday … while we buy 16 BILLION jellybeans.????But they’re super tiny, so it’s sort of like comparing apple jelly beans and orange jelly beans.????The most popular way to eat an Easter bunny is ears first…????OK, but however you eat them, just make sure to brush after.??




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