Faster than Peter Rabbit escaped from Mr. McGregor's Garden, the news that a Seattle third-grade school teacher banned the use of the term "Easter Eggs" has taken the Internet by storm.
What purportedly happened was that a 16-year old girl who was volunteering at the school attempted to give a classroom full of kids candy hidden inside colored plastic eggs but their teacher stopped her, saying she'd have to check with the school's administration. Subsequently, the girl was told that she could distribute the eggs, but only if she called them "Spring Spheres". (The giving of candy to children was apparently okay, without challenge.)
This happened last week. Since then, everyone began searching, without luck, for proof it actually happened.