How to make Easter fun when your Kids are grown up!
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Are your kids too old for an Easter basket? When they think of fluffy bunnies, are they thinking of a cocktail? If the answer is yes, read on! Here are our top picks to make Easter a highly anticipated and fun celebration that will keep the family laughing all Easter long weekend!
The kids might be well aware that the chocolate isn’t dropped off by a creepy, oversized bunny in a suit, but that doesn’t mean you can skimp on it. Why not start the day with a breakfast chocolate fountain, so long as the kids are dipping in fruit, it could almost be considered healthy!
If you haven’t already blocked this one out, forget what you know about Easter Egg hunts! Instead of hiding eggs, hide mini booze bottles around the house or yard, the best part, as your 18+ year old children find, and consume the little bottles of alcohol, you could find yourself with hours spare to relax, watch Netflix or prepare the food for Easter lunch. Better yet, you can always join in!!
It is often the case, by Easter, the weather has turned, and we find ourselves stuck indoors. Keep the fun coming with a board games day! Not just any boring game though, something from our selection of inappropriate games, these will have everyone in hysterics!
Depending on your adult children’s stages of life, theme an Easter basket that will help them out a little, maybe a nice bottle of their favorite beverage with our fun, and inappropriate Hangover Helper Smoothie Mug, a fun coffee mug filled with easter eggs, or a foodie basket with an assortment of funny food items like The Inappropriate Gift Co Jelly boobies or Penis Pasta, haven’t we all wanted to tell our kids to Eat a bag of dicks at some stage?
Don’t skimp on the lunch spread! If you want your kids to keep coming back, the way to their heart is through the stomach. If your kids are at university or working in hospitality, they are probably living off 2-minute noodles. Give them the day off and laden the table with their favourite foods! Don’t forget to add some inappropriate wine labels to the wine bottles to liven up the table.
Let them walk through the front door and feel like kids again! If it’s up your alley add some decorations, an Easter wreath, an over-the-top tiered kitchen stand or our cream egg holder, and of course, above all things remember to have some fun in the process.
However you choose to spend Easter, these times are always that much better when shared with the ones that make us smile. Don’t forget to take some time to relax, unwind, maybe some inappropriate colouring and laugh often over the Easter long weekend!
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