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I know I'm not the only person ever guilty of stealing from their own child's Easter Basket.  Hey, I personally know the Easter Bunny and on occasion SHE has thrown a little candy my way before it even hit their basket, but I'm not scared to remove my favorite even after they've gotten it.

"What do you mean son?  I don't think you even got any Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs this year.  Are you sure they were in there?"  I've used that line way more than I should admit to, but when you've got three sons like I do, you get pretty good at lying.  See, I'm a Reese's junkie.  I know I need help, but apparently there's no support group for people like me.  There's just the realization that you'll look directly into the eyes of your child and LIE like a politician on the campaign trail to cover up your failures as a father.

BUT, they're Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs.  And they were just sitting there.  It's almost like they wanted to get stolen!  Oh, and Peanut M&M's; that's another weakness.  Or those fun-sized Snickers.  They'll bring out the thief that's hidden deeply even in a preacher!

Maybe it's the Cadbury Egg for you?  Or you'll stoop so low as to make a midnight run and go straight for that child's chocolate Easter bunny?  Hey, you only ate the ears...and the feet...so, it doesn't count as a total loss right?

What's the Easter Candy that'll turn you into a thief?  Hit us up with your comments here, on our Facebook page, or be sure to call into the Gary & Bristol show tomorrow morning between 6 and 10.  And here's that number 318-320-5477.