Sweet Palette

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  1. Happy Easter everypony! Hmm... I've been wondering. What would the Pony version of this holiday be called and  how do you suppose it would be celebrated?

     

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    1. GlimGlam

      GlimGlam

      Happy Easter bro How are you doing? 

      How about Easter pony day 

      as to how it would be celebrated probably the same way as the original Easter.

    2. SapphireStar

      SapphireStar

      Perhaps it would be the first day after Winter Wrap-Up? I'm not sure how long it takes for the flowers, trees, etc. to be in full-bloom, so maybe not right after... Not sure what they'd call it, but there would definitely be a festival of some sort, wherein renewal and re-birth would be the focus. I could definitely still see eggs and baby animals and flowers and such being part of the celebration theme. Maybe the ponies still color/decorate eggs? Unfertilized ones given freely by their bird friends? I like the idea of them going on egg hunts, but not sure there would be an "Easter Bunny". Who would hide the eggs?

      As the ponies are celebrating, there would likely be special foods eaten on the holiday that have to do with the newly-blooming flowers and grasses. Maybe such delicacies are only available/eaten around this time of year? I could also see an emphasis on flower shows and the wearing of new Spring-themed hats/dresses (pony version of Easter Parade, anyone?) Perhaps it becomes a custom to give pots of flowers to your friends as gifts?