Thursday- Supper with his posse, stroll in garden
On Thursday, Jesus (I'm pretty sure his last name was Christ. That's what my Gramps would call him if he hit his thumb with a hammer when working in the basement) and his deciples had their last meal together. They probably dined on bean stew, lamb <(questionable), olives, bitter herbs, a fish sauce, unleavened bread, dates, aromatized wine, chocolate bunnies, jelly eggs and peeps.
On Friday he was crucified. It is why we celebrate in the first place, because if he wasn't, there'd be no Christians. Or something.
Sunday is the day Jesus arose from being dead.
Not as a zombie.
Jesus himself does not bring candy. Seems he farms out stuff like that. On his birthday, it's Santa, Easter it's a rabbit.
Hmm, why do his henchmen bring chocolate effigies of themselves, rather than that of Jesus? Especially when he wants us to remember him by eating symbols of his body and blood?
Um, wouldn't a chocolate Jesus be a more appropriate host?
(Do ya see what I did there? To lead into the following? ;)
Chocolate Jesus as controversial art-