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Easter Facts #2

By Paperstone on April 23, 2011 in Free Gifts, Fun

dog in Easter rabbit costume

Continuing our seasonal neglect of up-to-date office supplies news, did you know…?

  • The custom of giving eggs around the spring equinox (shortly before present-day Easter dates) predates Christianity. A pagan symbol of rebirth, eggs were adopted in early Christianity as a symbol of the resurrection of Jesus.
  • In 2010, an estimated 150 million chocolate Easter Eggs were sold.
  • The world’s biggest Easter Egg was made by Belgian chocolate-maker Guylian. Made with over 50,000 bars in 2008, the egg stood at 8.32 metres high.

world’s biggest Easter egg


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