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Melting Chocolate Bunnies Is the Best Way to Celebrate Easter

If you haven’t seen this before, now is the time to watch it. It’s a piece of video art by Lernert Engleberts and Sander Plug as part of a preschool art project called “Big Art for Little People.”

Watching it is an annual Easter tradition for us. You might find it a bit too creepy for that, but we think you’ll like it. The song, incidentally is called “Aviva Pastoral” and was written by Nathan Larson, to answer your next question. And, according to our roommate, who apparently listens to everything we do behind closed doors, that is Nina Persson from The Cardigans singing. Now you know.

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