Pre-dyed Easter eggs somehow exist
Did I really see this at the store the other day? Easter had come and gone and apparently someone's idea for selling pre-dyed Easter eggs wasn't going over big.
These were still on the shelf, still for sale. Isn't the fun of dyeing Easter eggs the actual dyeing of the eggs? I know people buy Christmas trees with the lights already on it and peanut butter and jelly pre-mixed together in the same jar, but pre-dyed Easter eggs? Can you get more lazy or take more of the whimsy out of a holiday than that?