Is the Easter Bunny a boy or a girl?
Myth #1: The Easter Bunny is a boy. Bunnies are known to have lots of little baby bunnies, so the female rabbit does not have enough energy to deliver all of those eggs. She’s too tired after looking after all of her babies all day and making all the chocolate.
What’s the Easter Bunny’s name?
Myth #2: The Easter Bunny’s name is Egbert. Get it … Egbert.
Is the Easter Bunny married? Does he have kids?
Myth #3; Yes, he is married … to a very understanding bunny named Betty. They have 7 sons and 13 daughters.
How does he make all of the candy and deliver the eggs to everyone?
Myth #4: The Easter Bunny — like his buddy Santa Claus (or Hanukkah Harry, depending on what you celebrate) — has many helpers to get eggs, candy, and baskets to children all over the globe. While Santa has elves, the Easter Bunny has a legion of highly trained woodland creatures: chipmunks are in charge of chocolate, squirrels make baskets, gophers handle the egg production.
Myth #5: Thanks to new technology, the Easter Bunny can easily talk with all of his helpers around the world. He is a Mac guy — he has an iPhone and an iPad. He relies on Google Maps to help him track the best hiding places.
Myth #6: He has a team of genius rabbit developers and scientists that come up with new gadgets to make his delivery system top-notch. No mere sled for Egbert. Nope, he has a few options to choose from: a custom-made Alfa Romeo equipped with egg launchers and a special GPS system, as well as the Egg Jet 2000, which has stealth capabilities.
Rabbits don’t hatch from eggs. Why does he deliver eggs?
Myth #7: A long time ago, the Easter Bunny delivered bottles of candy, but they were harder to hide and transport. Then, for a bit of time, he hid wooden boxes. Eggs are light and fit easily in his pockets.