With Easter just around the corner, a lot of folks will probably be chowing down on a chocolate Easter bunny or two, but have you ever stopped to notice how you eat that Easter bunny?
Well, according to some new research, 59% of people dive into the bunny’s ears first, while only 4% start at the tail or feet, so if you go there first you are considered “abnormal.” Meanwhile, of the 28,000-plus people studied, about a third had no preference on what part of the bunny’s anatomy went first.
The info was included in a report titled "Seasonality of Auricular Amputations in Rabbits,” that appeared in this month’s “The Laryngoscope” journal, and while the science is real, the authors admit the study was "tongue-in-cheek."
Source: New York Daily News
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