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I didn't know. I thought that Peeps were strictly an Easter kind of thing.
Oh My God. They're mutating. Stop them before they breed again!
Be afraid.(Wait. You BOUGHT them. Now I'm scared.):D
I learned my peeps lesson with purple bunnies, I'm not going down that road again.
The Halloween marshmallows are classic -- well, almost. And I always think of yellow chicks when I hear my grands refer to their friends as their "peeps". PS There is a website for Peeps -- check it out!
Dagny, I gather they've been spreading their wings, so to speak.Nancy, I don't think it's possible to stop them now.Cookiecrumb, a guilty pleasure.Morgan, yes, the purple is particularly scary but the neon pink and electric blue come in a close second.Kudzu, they must have reached star status now if they have their own website. Have you seen the YouTube videos of what happens when you microwave them? Eeek!
they have pumpkins, bats and black cats. all for halloween.you can get peep for just about every occassion.
Karine, what will they think up next? Christmas peeps?
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