SEATTLE - For the fifth year, a group of friends descended on a home in the Wedgwod/Maple Leaf area under the cover of darkness to cover another friend's lawn with hundreds of Easter Peeps.
The Peeps - nearly 900 of them - were stuck in the lawn "like festive marshmallow lawn darts," co-conspirator, Karla Johnson, said.
And ooh la la! This year Ciscoe Morris was the recipient of the colorful marshmallow skewers.
The peepsters left a sign on the lawn saying "We love you Ciscoe." And they say Ciscoe loved the peep prank.
The peeping typically takes about 10 minutes, but preparation is a bit more time intensive.