Last year in March, I did a post on peep dioramas since it’s the Easter season and that I think those inedible marshmallow and sugar confections were better enjoyed that way. Since last year, I’ve had 567 views on that post as well as 19 Facebook shares. Now these are rather moderate numbers compared to some of my other posts, holidays or otherwise. But since I enjoyed doing this post so much and think peep dioramas are awesome, I decided to do another edition. I mean as long as they keep making sugary marshmallow products unfit for human consumption we might as well have some fun with them, especially since not all of us are repressed art students who like making dioramas in their spare time. Besides, I need to a break between all this Easter kitsch stuff. So without further adieu, here are some more marshmallow peep dioramas for your Easter sensibilities.
1. Join NBC’s Chris Hansen on this weeks exclusive episode of Dateline: To Catch a Peep-A-Tor.
Looks like the brown hairy rabbit caught on tape was caught on tape corrupting a minor. Yep, and I see a bottle of Jack Daniels and some beer cans, too.
2. Those growing up in the 1980s may remember Peep-Wee’s Playhouse with Peep Weep Herman himself.
Of course, what happened to Pee Wee Herman’s career servers a valuable lesson to children: never masturbate in a movie theater, even if it’s and adult cinema showing a porno.
3. For those who missed it, here’s a peep diorama of Kim Kardashian’s wedding to Kanye West from a very special episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians.
Actually, I really don’t give a shit about the Kardashians and really don’t think they bear any lasting significance in American culture. Yet, this peep diorama is very well done.
4. Come on down to The Price Is Right with your host, Bob Bunny.
Looks like the prizes here are a trip to Rio de Janiero and a brand new car. Also, Bob Bunny here reminding you to control the pet population. Have your pets spayed or neutered.
5. Moses presents himself to Pharaoh to, “Let my peeple go!”
Hate to be the Hebpeep slaves under the hot Ancient Egyptian sun all day, probably with nothing on.
6. “I’m a single bunny/I’m a single bunny.”
Never has Beyonce’s most iconic music video has been so adorable. No wonder Kanye West thinks she’s awesome, which says something since he’s an egotistical prig.
7. Nothing brought peeps together during the 1970s like the roller derby scene.
But like disco, it fell out of favor after being a major fad. Yet, having roller derby fall into obscurity is a good thing since it’s a rather violent sport.
8. Relive the chest bursting magic of Alien with this peep diorama.
Now I just can’t wait for Ellen Ripeep to destroy it at the end. But, yes, when you see something bursting out of a guy’s chest, it’s a take off from this movie.
9. Looks like this is a job for Marvel’s the Avengpeeps.
Join your favorite Marvel Avengepeeps in this explosive, action packed adventure. There’s The Incredipeep Hulk, Iron Peep, the Mightpeep Thor, Hawkpeep, Black Widpeep, and Captain Americpeep.
10. Vincent Van Peep paints another self-portrait.
Of course, this is after he cut off his ear as we can tell by the bandage on his face.
11. Seems like the native peeps are restless on their island.
And it seems like they’re offering some helpless white damsel peep as a sacrifice to their giant bunny peep god. Yeah, where is our great white hero now?
12. Of course, no peep competition can be complete without Grant Wood’s American Gothpeep.
Nevertheless, they do a lot renditions of this iconic American painting all the time that it’s a national treasure.
13. If you like Japanese food, feast your eyes on some marshmallow peep sushi.
Of course, only the soy sauce in this diorama is fit for human consumption. Everything else, not so much.
14. Watch these two Swedish peeps try to assemble some IKEA furniture.
Well, assembling the chair was a piece of cake. The end table, not so much.
15. I show you this diorama to remind you of the dire need to stop the illegal wildpeep trade.
God, I’d hate to see what all those chicks and bunnies went through. So sad.
16. Step into Alice’s adventures in Wonderland with this peep diorama you’d remember.
Well, at least this one is considerably less traumatizing and drug inducing than the Disney version, which was rather trippy to say the least.
17. “Tonight, one of you peeps will betray me.”
Of course, you can easily identify Judas in this. Just look at the eyes on each of the apostles.
17. May I present to you, the hit movie Life of Peep.
I like how on this Life of Pi diorama, the raft is an actual pie.
19. New Jersey Governor Chris Chrispeep closes the George Washingpeep Bridge during rush hour.
Of course, this won’t help Chris Chrispeep at all during the GOP presidential primary, which is America’s equivalent of the Upper Class Twit of the Year Competition. Trust me, it’s easy to see why I vote Democrat, besides being rather liberal on most social issues to begin with.
20. This peep diorama brings you into the Campbell’s Soup Factory.
Today’s product is Split Peep Soup which contains an inedible mix of marshmallow and sugar as well as Campbell’s signature ingredient: salt.
21. “You came in like a wrecking peep.”
Now I just couldn’t pass this one up since it’s an iconic scene Miley Cyrus will always be remembered for.
22. Experience American history with this peep diorama depicting the Lincoln assassination at Ford’s Theater on April 14, 1865.
Of course, this was when John Wilkes Booth jumped off the presidential balcony and onto the stage, which resulted in a broken leg.
23. Discover the magic of Wes Anderson with his 2012 movie Moonrise Peepdom.
Now after seeing this, I can’t wait for a peep diorama depicting The Grand Bunnypest Hotel. Wes Anderson is such an underrated genius.
24. Experience the final moments of Harry Peeper and the Deathly Mallows as Harry goes up against Voldepeep during the climatic Battle of Hogwarts.
Now I had a Harry Potter peep diorama in the post from last year. But this was so well made that I couldn’t pass it up. And they even have Fred dead and Neville killing Nagini.
25. From Gettysburg 1863 to Washington 1963, Americans stand to say that all peeps are created equal in a land of the peeple, by the peeple, and for the peeple shall not perish on the earth.
Sure they may be a hundred years apart, but I think it’s a great tribute to American history. Well, better than what they have in Texas history textbooks anyway.
26. Indiana Peep is back with another thrilling adventure.
And it seems like he’s being chased by natives for possibly destroying an ancient temple filled with working machinery just to get a golden trinket that belongs in a museum.
27. Step into the world of Dr. Seuss with The Peepax.
Or that Dr. Seuss children’s book that shows kids how insatiable corporate greed can cause almost irreparable environmental harm if there are no measures for sustainability. Though the Oncler wins, his prosperity doesn’t last which leaves him in a polluted wasteland alone.
28. “We are gathered here today to bid farewell to the Hostess Twinkie.”
Then again, twinkies are still being made, but by a private company. Yet, this was done when Hostess went bankrupt. Still, pretty funny.
29. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you March of the Peepguins.
Of course, we all know that penguins don’t live in igloos or use fishing rods. Those props were just for giggles.
30. Join these bunnies for a night at the opera with Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle.
Of course, we all know that this opera was responsible for the fat lady with a horned helmet singing. Not to mention, it perpetuated the now inaccurate notion of Vikings wearing helmets during their raids.
31. Discover the joys of Impressionism with a peep diorama of Georges Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte.
Sure you might not know the name of the painting, but you’ve probably seen it somewhere. Now this is a perfect rendition.
32. “I still have a dream, a dream deeply rooted in the American dream – one day this nation will rise up and live up to its creed, “We hold these truths to be self evident: that all peeps are created equal.” I have a dream…”
Never has history come to such life in a peep diorama as this one on the 1963 March on Washington.
33. Could it be? Why, yes, it’s Mary Peepins.
Now this inedible sugar coated marshmallow bunny may say that a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down. But it also can lead to Type 2 diabetes.
34. Get an exclusive sneak peek of Season 3 of Peepton Abbey.
Of course, for those who haven’t seen the 3rd season, I think I might’ve spoiled the ending, especially on what happened to Matthew.
35. “Representing District 12 for the 74th annual Hunger Games are Peepa Mellark and Katniss Everbun. May the odds be in your favor.”
Sure I did The Hunger Games in last year’s peep post. But I think this one is quite good and captures the spirit of the books and movies. Love the Effie Trinket chick.
36. Ladies and gentlemen, the Beatles.
And it seems that all the chicks in the audience are just gaga over them on the Ed Sullivbun Show in 1964.
37. Relive the romance of Rose and Jack in James Cameron’s 1997 epic Peeptanic.
“I’m king of the world.” Yet, Jack never foresaw the iceberg that would doom the ship and his life.
38. Peep Francis greets onlookers at Saint Peeper’s Square in his peepmobile.
Now while I think the peepmobile is quite ingenious, I especially adore the Swiss guard uniforms here.
39. Of course, no US cross country trip would be complete without a visit to South Dakota’s Mount Peepmore National Memorial.
Yes, we can’t forget seeing the rock images of George Washingpeep, Thomas Jeffersbun, Peddy Roosevelt, and Peepraham Lincoln.
40. Now I couldn’t have a peep post without one featuring the minions from Despicable Meep.
This diorama probably features the sequel since there are purple ones on the premises. Still, they’re probably easy to make.
41. Take a stroll down memory lane with the famed Ninendo game Super Mario Bunnies.
Basically this is the game that says that taught us that mushrooms make us grow and that shiny flowers allow us to shoot fireballs.
42. “Fraa-jeel-aay! Huh! Must be Italian!”
Sure I know this is from A Christmas Story. But I couldn’t resist the scene when Ralphie’s dad uncovers the legendary leg lamp.
43. “All we are saying is give peeps a chance.”
Yes, but when it comes to sex, drugs, and rock n’ roll, I’ll just go with the rock n’ roll but with a little sex in it.
44. “Come on down to South Peeps and meet some friends of mine.”
Still, I have to give this person credit that at least he didn’t kill Kenny in this diorama.
45. Relive the magic of the original Star Wars Trilogy with The Peep Strikes Back.
Kind of like how they have Han Solo depicted as a bunny peep frozen in a chocolate bar.
46. Uncover the ancient Roman gladiator games with this peep diorama of the Roman Colosseum.
Will Bunnius Peepsimus slay the lions or become lion lunch like the guy before him? Oh, I can barely contain the excitement.
47. For President Barack Obama’s 2012 inauguration, Peepyonce sings the National anthem.
Hey, at least this one didn’t feature Aretha Franklin and her hideous hat. But then again, compared to Aretha Franklin, Beyonce can’t hold a candle to her.
48. Enjoy the outdoors and buy your overpriced clothing and gear at L. L. Peep.
Now this is a great diorama of what you’d see in an L. L. Bean catalog. Of course, though you can personalize stuff from it, the clothes are very expensive or as I call it, “not worth it.”
49. Relive your favorite moments with loveable meth titans Walter White and Jesse Peepman in AMC’s Breaking Buns.
Of course, you might want to clear out of Albuquerque when you see either of these guys and their RV. Also, maybe it’s best not to be a drug lord, even if you can make high quality meth.
50. Rediscover the childhood PTSD induced world of Roald Dahl with this peep diorama of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.
Of course, they couldn’t show Veruca Salt since she was in the garbage disposal. Nor can they show Mike TeeVee because he suffered from significant shrinkage. Still, Willy Wonka runs a very dangerous and nightmarish place.