Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Playboy Mansion with Bunnies kid friendly?
Here’s some strange holiday weekend news for ya… did you know that every year, Playboy founder Hugh Hefner throws an Easter Egg hunt at the Playboy Mansion that seriously outdoes the one at the White House? That is, if you measure the kid friendly even in terms of bunny sightings.
The Playboy bunnies from various eras got together and brought their celebrity children (you know — the ones that are NOT famous because mom posed in the nudie magazine and might not have gone on to do more or less spectacular things).
The kids were treated to an Easter Egg hunt featuring actress Pamela Anderson and rock and roll star Gene Simmons (movie star of reality TV fame and lead singer for the rock band KISS).
How, exactly, Hef chose to further tie in the bunny theme with Easter in any of the mansion rooms away from the kids is not quite clear (thankfully), but suffice it to say that if you peruse the photo gallery of the 2011 Playboy Mansion Easter Egg Hunt here, the only person looking lascivious seemed to be Gene Simmons, not recently engaged to be married Hugh Hefner.
Looking for a little bunny tail (perhaps) while he was a house guest, that wild and crazy Kiss legend?
Creepy, creepy way to spend the holidays and school vacation with your children, at the Playboy mansion. No or Yes?
By the way, Pamela Anderson is not creepy. She is actually one of the leading green celebrity figures in Hollywood. Pam is a vegetarian, an avid animal rights activist, and volunteers all the time to help a wide variety of related causes. She appeared last season on Dancing With The Stars and did quite well with the physical challenges of competition, but was sent home early thanks to Tea Party and Republican voters scheming the system to keep on Bristol Palin.
You know — the peeps who buy the Playboy magazine editions “for the articles” but hide them in the basement?