The gays in Atlanta will turn most any special occasion into a holigay. Let it fall on a Sunday and yes ma’am, even better. What with pastels and bonnets, Easter is no exception. So let the gay Easter puns begin.
To illustrate, let’s turn to Richard Marshall and his
one-eyed one-man Protect Your Monster comic series (top image).
And the best effort we’ve seen yet to tweet a little gay into Easter comes from Swinging Richards. Yes, they go there.
Here comes Peter Cottontail, hopping down to Swinging Richards. We have the biggest carrots in the ATL.
Have you seen other gay Easter slogans – good or bad, sexy or tasteless? Email us or post them in the comments below.
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