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Peeps, from the Washington Post

Peeps, from the Washington Post

The Washington Post has announced its top 50 Peep dioramas for 2015. We’re posting them here, just because we like them.

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Posted by Cara Ellen Modisett

 

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Christopher Johnson

Said it before and I'll say it again. If I ever win some sort of "God For A Day" contest, any and all foodstuffs involving marshmallows in any way, sweet potatoes, yams, most forms of squash (green and yellow zucchini excepted) and ALL forms of chocolate-covered fruit will no longer exist.

Here I stand. I can do no other. 😉

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