Forget the Easter eggs this year, let's have a hunt for the things we all enjoy.

It goes without saying that a classic Easter egg hunt will always have a special place in all of our hearts. There's nothing quite like taking to the yard and looking in all the places imaginable to see who can find the most eggs.

I remember when I was growing up, my grandparents would hide traditional eggs with candy, maybe a dollar or two inside, but they'd also hide one large golden egg.  For these hunts, I would go out and not look for anything except the big golden egg. It's a memory I'll never forget, like when I found it wrapped in solid black electric tape and stuffed up the exhaust pipe of my grandpas truck.  That's a different story for a different day.  Back to the egg hunt.

Just because I have grown up does not mean that I do not like to have fun.  Why can't adults participate in an Easter egg hunt?  I say that they can but with a few changes to make the hunt more adult friendly. See my list of items to include in your adult Easter egg hunt.


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    Yes, money is the true prize all of us adults are chasing. Instead of basic eggs, hide some money around and let the adults go crazy.

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    Hear me out on this one... Wherever you can, hide a plate with two-to-three steaming hot crawfish on it. Whoever finds and eats the most crawfish, wins the grand prize of your choice. #SignMeUp.

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    It wouldn't be a true Louisiana Easter egg hunt without alcohol. Hide tiny shot glasses around where ever you can and see who takes the most shots. For me, if you hide Fireball anywhere in my vicinity, I will find it and I will drink it.

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    This is downright cruel, and I love every single thing about it. Make up a crazy outlandish contest where the whoever finds the most eggs (or whatever you're hiding) wins the most amazing, extreme prize. Then, go outside and take an abnormal amount of time hiding absolutely nothing. This is high-quality entertainment.