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By Anonymous / Monday 1 April 2013 16:02 / Canada - Calgary
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By  waltjrimmer  |  6

"No, kids, you see, the Easter Bunny told me he wasn't going to be able to make it and I should help. Why? Uh, well, his mom got hit by a car... NO! WAIT! STOP CRYING! THAT'S NOT WHAT I MEANT!"

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By  aznamqFAIL  |  2

Smack them and tell em whose in control

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  kwyk  |  23

20, my penis's mightier than both. Maybe not in this situation though...

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  truesarrif  |  33

Do you tell the parents they hit you first ? apparently as long as the kid started it it's OK.

By  123man  |  11

Tell them that their parents have also been lying to them about Santa, Jesus, and "Hard work gets you far in life."

By  chocofudges94  |  8

You could've said you had found a trail of candy pieces (or bags if that's what you were carrying) and had been picking them up while the kids were sleeping. Or the Easter bunny was so busy he entrusted you with the task. Honestly...it doesn't take much brain power to think of a creative story to dupe half asleep little children...

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  chocofudges94  |  8

Lol then she might in trouble with the parents...and still maybe make them cry...plus, the kids might never forgive her and turn from angels to demons in a second. You don't want to get between children and candy, esp on a holiday

By  waltjrimmer  |  6

"No, kids, you see, the Easter Bunny told me he wasn't going to be able to make it and I should help. Why? Uh, well, his mom got hit by a car... NO! WAIT! STOP CRYING! THAT'S NOT WHAT I MEANT!"

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  little_one  |  20

Honesty is the best policy. Why make up stories for your children? Be honest from the start. Why even say something else did it, tell them the story and why we do these traditions and to respect other children's right to believe their parents bullshit.

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