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At what age are you 'too old' to get an Easter egg off your parents?

The burning question of the day.
Apr 16th 2017, 3:38 PM 13,200 5

TODAY, IF YOU are an adult human spending the Easter weekend with your parents, you’re in one of two camps.

Either your parents still get you an Easter egg (and force you to go on a hunt to find it):

Or your parents decided at some point that you’re ‘too old’ to get an Easter egg, and you’re a bit miffed about that.

(Of course, you could also be in the secret third camp which is for people who don’t care if they get an Easter egg or not. In that case, good for you.)

Let’s weigh up the arguments here. The whole Easter egg tradition is ostensibly for children, despite the increasing number of ‘luxury’ eggs available out there.

On the other hand, this is a very valid point:

Over to you. Are you ever too old to get an Easter egg off your parents?

Poll Results:

You are never too old to get one, no matter the circumstances. Cough up, mam (2310)
If you're home for Easter, you should get one (1045)
When you move out (318)
As soon as you turn 18 (312)

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