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Poll: When is it acceptable to start eating Easter eggs?

Easter Sunday is just over a week away – but will you be having an egg?

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WHILE MANY RETAIL outlets are closed for now, you can still get your hands on easter eggs when you go for a shop.

They’ve been on sale for quite a while, but the Easter Bunny may not actually deliver eggs until Sunday week – Easter Sunday.

Any egg hunts taking place this year will look significantly different to how they may have been before the current crisis, but that doesn’t mean we can’t still tuck into one before then.

So, today we’re asking you: When is it acceptable to start eating Easter eggs?


Poll Results:

Wait until Easter Sunday (4809)
I had one last month (2392)
I may have one in the next few days (1709)
I don't eat Easter eggs (649)
Ah Good Friday is grand (408)





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