THE GREAT PEEP TEST
Peeps are a staple of American Society. Once a year, the Peeps descend upon the world ... and never leave. Pollsters recently took a survey to determine what Americans believe is the most important part of Easter. Here are the results:
you can see, the vast majority of respondants said Peeps were
important part of Easter. This could be due to the fact that
on average, 5.5 million Peeps are born each day (according to the offical
peeps website). Or, it could be because once they
they never, ever leave. Everyone loves peeps, but few people
actually like to eat them. Sure, they are cute, but
eventually we want them to go away. Unfortunately, Peeps are
indestructible. In their stale form, they are even more
difficult to destroy. To date, no one has perfected a way to
defeat these cute confections. That's where we come in.
The following video chronicles our experiments to determine
optimal Peep disposal method.
As you can see, we have authoritatively determined the best way to rid yourself of excess Peeps. With this method, we can free ourselves of post-Easter Peep tyranny. Thanks Science!UPDATE: Apparently Peeps don't like being experimented on. Media reports indicate that Peep attacks are up 245% in the past year. What can you do to survive the Peep-acalypse? We have prepared this handy video providing survival tips for surviving the inevitable Peep attack:
Enjoy this T-Rex cartoon. Apparently, an inability to
eat Peeps is not the only drawback to having inadequate arms.