Love them, hate them or just want to kill 'em Peeps, the baby marshmallow chicks, have been the centerpiece of American Easter celebrations for nearly 60 years.
With Easter only days away, a full grown peep came by Newsfix to spread some joy.
"It's surprising," said Peeps caretaker Grace Young. "I feel like sometimes some of the locations that we go to the adults are more excited than the kids are. Maybe it's a generational thing."
The cult-like following they've developed is what has us astounded.
"There are a lot of peeps fans out there who've figured out a way to have fun with Peeps," Young said.
People are using the treats to create artistic master-peeps'.
There's even a website dedicated to finding ways to kill the little guys.
Our favorite has to be the microwave.
Young explained, "You like stick them in the microwave and see which explodes first."
May sound gruesome, but it's a great suggestion for all those peeps you'll have left after Easter."