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PeepSpot

Apr
9
2007

We’re going to stop accusing Big Media types of not having a sense of humor.

Why? Take a look at the Washington Post.com’s “Peep Show”. The paper asked readers to make a diorama (you know, like 5th grade shoe-box art) using peeps, those little sugar-coated marshmallow candy things that show up every Easter but, unlike boiled eggs, have no “good” use after the holiday. Unless you’re, uh, creative. Or nuts.

We’ll let you make the call; the “Peep Show” slide show of winning entries is today’s HotSpot.

The Internet was made for stunts like this.

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