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Key issue is not what ‘Easter eggs’ are called but whether they are beard friendly

In Uncategorized on April 4, 2017 by kmflett

Beard Liberation Front
press release
4th April

Contact Keith Flett 07803 167266

Key issue is not what ‘Easter eggs’ are called but whether they are beard friendly

Not beard friendly

The Beard Liberation Front, the informal network of beard wearers, has said that the key issue with ‘Easter eggs’ is not what they are called but whether they are beard friendly.

The BLF stepped in after the Archbishop of York complained that a National Trust egg hunt mentioned the name of Quaker owned chocolate manufacturer Cadbury but not ‘Easter’. The Prime Minister later joined criticism.

The campaigners say that chocolate eggs with ‘crème’ filling are not beard friendly. The filling can run and end up as a sticky mess in the beard. On the other hand ‘mini eggs’, solid chocolate in a sugar shell, are approved as beard friendly.

BLF organiser Keith Flett said, whether you want to use the word ‘Easter’ in a connection with a chocolate egg you eat at this time of year is a matter of personal preference. We do however caution the hirsute as to the particular type of egg they consume. The wrong one can leave an unpleasant and hard to remove sticky mess in the beard and Easter is surely above all about beards.

The Beard Liberation Front poll for the Beard of Spring is now open with the result announced on Easter Saturday

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One Response to “Key issue is not what ‘Easter eggs’ are called but whether they are beard friendly”

  1. Did the Easter Bunny die in vain?

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