In Belgium, France and some parts of the Netherlands, Easter eggs aren't brought by the Easter bunny (which is basically a protestant contraption), but by the Easter Bells. These flying church bells travel to Rome during the Easter Triduum (they leave on Maundy Thursday and return the night before Easter) to pick up chocolate and sugary eggs, which they spread through children's gardens.
What an Easter bell might look like:
The Easter bunny is also known is these areas, but mostly ignored, since the Bells are obviously far superior. Ever seen a 400 kilo bronze flying Bell get torn apart by a 14 inch tall fox?
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Ok. I actually laughed out loud at that.
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