Here’s the Politically-Correct Way To Say “Easter Eggs”
If you're like me, you pull your hair out every time you see someone taking something traditional and turining it into a reason to be offended.
And one of the best ways to offend everyone is to use religious terms that USED to be harmless. Here's the new one for Easter. Instead of Easter Eggs, the politically-correct, religion-free phrase is . . . "SPRING SPHERES."
We got that from an unnamed elementary school in the Seattle area. A 16-year-old girl named Jessica says she was volunteering at the school and was told that the administration wants people to use that term.
What's next? Should I call a "Christmas tree" a "Wintertime Arboreal Present Magnet?" Sorry. It's a Christmas Tree. It's an Easter Egg. Get over yourself.