Peeps are popular any time of year, but especially during Easter. I was fortunate to attend Peeps Fest this past December in Bethlehem, PA, where Peeps are made. During the festivities you could make Peeps  s'mores, watch the mascot run with local mascots, and even purchase Peeps merchandise that you wouldn't see elsewhere.

The Peep was awesome, as you can see from the photo of him, a Hot Tamale, and me.

But what about the darker side of Peeps? What happens when they're needed for battle? One person answered that question in a video, and the result is entertaining and disturbing. I love it.