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The hardest question for me to answer in this world is always the "Tell us all about you" question. The best way for me to answer is that "I am composed of contradictions and subject to change without notice."

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Too many peeps = Diorama

March of the Peeps Easter is over, but what do you do with all those leftover peeps? Write a book? Make a movie? Take them to the library. Eat them?

Some people decided to create a diorama, and to enter it into a contest. The prizes for the contest were, appropriately, toothbrushes. The third annual Pioneer Press Marshmallow Peeps Diorama contest has gone from 40 entries the first year to 400 entries this year. This year's contest winner is: March of the Peeps by Nancy Papenfuss which is pictured above.

The St. Paul Pioneer Press has this to say about peeps
"Like no other foodstuff we can think of, Peeps have become a strange vehicle for dreams, nightmares and profound weirdness."
"Profound weirdness" - I think that pretty much sums up the Marshmallow Peep lovers in general (yes, of course I am including myself in this).

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