I Love A Good Peep Show

Who doesn’t?

Each sensuously draped in bright colors.  Sometimes they are dripping in chocolate. Squeezing and melding themselves perfectly together in a confined space.

I’m not talking about erotic performers, you pervert.   I’m talking about Peeps!  

(You’re so dirty…)

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While in Baltimore with the family, we decided to hit the sixth annual “Peep Show” in downtown Westminster, MD.

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If you love Peeps and fun sculptures…Go

If you value your life, your personal space and your sanity…Stay At Home.

The place was packed full of happy kids and miserable, pushy parents…most pushing ENORMOUS strollers, HUGE bags and MAJOR attitudes.  All three too big for this place.

I did some pushing myself after I realized this was not a group of civilized people. The pics below are just a taste of what I endured.

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Anywho…the sculptures were so very cute and the artists did a fantastic job! Their hard work was definitely worth the trip.

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There was 150 different entries from individuals and groups.

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There were also over 50 different “themed” Peeps.

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Peep Candies has been the #1 non-chocolate brand at Easter for over 20 years.

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Until 1995, when lavender was added, Peeps only came in yellow, pink and blue. Blue Peeps were hatched in 1998.

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In 1953, it took 27 hours to create one Marshmallow Peep. Today it takes six minutes.

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And My favorite…Peep Diddy.

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If I ever go to this again, I need VIP access.  For realz.