Fun Peep Facts!
Did you know:
- Peeps have a lot of sugar in them.
- Peeps taste very good. (or bad, there are arguments for both sides)
- If you eat too many peeps, you will die young.
- The shelf life of a peep is fourteen years. In ancient egypt, after
Seven years of excess and the seven years of famine, Pharoah was still
snacking on peeps from a crate that Potiphar gave Joseph. Its in the
- Peeps burn very well. Just think, all the energy released by that
fire could be coursing through your veins.
- The germans used peeps during world war II as a substitute for napalm.
It's stickier, and tastier, but easier to extinguish.
- Peeps come in many shapes and colors:
- white (These are elusive; they descend from velociraptors.)
- classic yellow
- pretty pink
- Bunnies (nearly same colors, they have a big one, too)
- GIANT Bunnies (equivalent to 3.69047619048 peeps)
- Elusive Pumpkins (very rare, they were hunted to extinction by the pilgrims)
- And at Christmas, you can get Green and Pink Santas and Christmas trees.
- Marathon runners often store peeps for months so they have plenty
before a race. Peeps give them the staying power to go the long
- All peeps are made in one factory in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
- The brown peep eyes are made of tar. There is one little old lady
whose sole responsibility is the eyes.
- The majority of the peep making company is run by little old ladies.
- The name of the company that makes Peeps is "Just Born".
- According to an unfunded private survey,* Just Born
treats its employees slightly better than another prominent candy manufacturing
company. This gives them the moral highground.
*Survey canvassed all of 1 employees,
1 employee responded.
- Just born once marketed the product as green frogs by the name
of "Peepers," but there was a mix-up, and instead of being coated
with cane sugar, they were coated with the poisonous secretions of
- My good friend Jen's Grandmother lives in the town of peep origin.
- She does not, however, work at the holy peep plant.
- As far as we know.