Did you know you can send Easter eggs in the mail? Well, after I double checked with a surprised postal worker who had to check with her coworkers (her exact words were, “Hey, John, the guy who wanted to know if you can mail bananas and coconuts has another question about mailing weird things!”), said its totally legal!
So why wouldn’t we want to mail people we hate Easter eggs? We fill the eggs with glitter, and a couple pieces of gravel, so they have a bit of heft to them, and ship them off! Your unsuspecting enemy will open the egg, expecting delicious candy or money from a relative, and get a glittery surprise. Nobody expects glitter filled Easter eggs! Glitter is pink in color, and eggs come with enough tape to hold them closed through the mailing process.