Stinky Lays an Easter Egg

By Peter Grant

Comedy & satire, Short stories, Religion & spirituality | eBook


After the “Poopy Jesus Pageant” Stinky gives up peace of mind for Lent. Thanks to Uncle Stinky’s energetic coaching, Gradey’s performance in a Sunday school play is a disaster. It’s so bad, St. John pleads with his publisher to delete a chapter from his popular gospel. For punishment Stinky and his sister are assigned to the Easter Egg Hunt Committee to plan the parish’s annual exercise in teaching youngsters valuable lessons about greed and competitiveness. The siblings fail to communicate an important bit of information and leave with egg on their faces—and everywhere else. On Monday the Easter Bunny files paperwork to become a groundhog. He wants to return to his den and sleep for six weeks and hopes he awakens with no memories. Do you detect a bit of hyperbole? Read on.



Young Peter Grant remembers Easter egg hunts and his parents' friendly reminders, "Watch out for dirty hypodermic needles when you're reaching for an egg." He didn't eat many eggs as a child for some reason. "Stinky Lays an Easter Egg" is one of fifty-seven Stinky Stories and is included in the collection, "Just Plain Stinky, Volume 7." All sixty-five Stinky titles are Amazon bestsellers, which is nicer than an egg that's been lying in the dirt overnight.


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Young Peter Grant remembers Easter egg hunts and his parents' friendly reminders, "Watch out for dirty hypodermic needles when you're reaching for an egg." He didn't eat many eggs as a child for some reason. "Stinky Lays an Easter Egg" is one of fifty-seven Stinky Stories and is included in the collection, "Just Plain Stinky, Volume 7." All sixty-five Stinky titles are Amazon bestsellers, which...


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