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Answered 2010-03-21 03:57:53

Usually we celebrate Easter with chocolate and a family meal... However, the "Easter Bunny" is not as widely "celebrated" in French communities. The English are more likely to make a big deal out of it and classify "him" in the same category as Santa Clause and the Tooth Fairy... The French barely refer to him.

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