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This problem may also occasionally be caused by a glitch in Microsoft Internet Explorer.If all your cookie settings are correct, as described above, and the problem persists, then please close Internet Explorer and reboot your computer. Users can also set filters for potential mates regarding “accountant-verified” specifications like income, profession and people who attended prestigious schools.While none of these particular filters are racially charged, this feature, along with Highblood's “Rise above all,” slogan, is definitely sending out some MAJOR elitist, cult-tastic vibes.Everything you need to know about the single life in 2017 is right here.

And the creature bringing treats wasn't always a hare: there was also an Easter Fox, Stork and Crane in various regions before the hare became mainstream. A big reason for this is that given their reputation for frequent reproduction, bunnies represent fertility and new life, just like eggs do, which are big themes of springtime and the Christian belief in Jesus' resurrection.

If you've ever wondered how the Easter Bunny came to possess its magical ability of placing colourful, chocolate eggs around your garden, German supermarket chain Netto has an answer.

Was the Bunny bitten by a chicken with special powers, sort of like Spiderman's origin story? The Easter Bunny in fact came into the world the same way many little Berliners are likely conceived: after its parents eyed one another during a boozy night out clubbing.

At least, that's what people are saying about a new dating app gaining popularity Singapore called Highblood. Like You.”“Banglas” is a racial slur that refers to Bangladeshi migrant workers, of which there are up to 315,000 currently working in Singapore in the construction industry.

About a week ago, the app posted series of bizarre advertisements on social media, including one that made the eyebrow-raising statement, “no banglas, no maids, no uglies, no fakes/bots, no escorts. In an email to Mashable, Eng said the app is meant to mirror a “ruling class trope popular in Korean drama shows” and “vampire high society [or] elite cabal.”In layman's terms, Eng basically set out to create an elitist dating app for racists to find one another, like this ad suggests, and to “violate norms regarding political correctness.”As if the racists ads weren't the only turn-off, the app also has an intense (and completely unnecessary) admission process.