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  1. expatincanada profile image59
    expatincanadaposted 8 years ago

    Now I'ver seen it all, the EZ egg cracker.  But wait there's more, it comes with a gadget that scrambles the egg in the shell.  My goodness, the countless hours that will save us all in the kitchen.  I am going to have call right now and slap down (metaphorically or course) my $19.99 so that these little babies can wing their way to my door ASAP.

    I have seen some pretty bad "not available in stores" products, but I think this takes the cake........thoughts?

    1. Ben Evans profile image69
      Ben Evansposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      Hey there young ladies
      and  dapper young lads.
      We have the newest gadgets
      inventions and fads.

      It slices.and..it dices
      and it makes perfect julian fries.
      It is so indispensible
      hey its right before your eyes.

      But before you buy this gadget
      and plop all your money down.
      I have something so amazing
      Hold on to your gown.

      It is the eggamatic
      A real work of art.|
      You cant buy it in a store
      not even a Walmart.

      It cracks the egg
      The part called the shell.
      It allows you to peel
      and it is so swell.

      Never again shall you crack
      and the yolk will not be on you.
      So buy one or many
      or maybe just a few.

      Call this phone number
      here up on this screen
      our operators are standing by
      and none of them are mean.

      So buy it right now
      and we do not mean to egg you on.
      The choice is not to crack
      and my name is not Ron.

      Popeil of course. :0

  2. blondepoet profile image72
    blondepoetposted 8 years ago

    I only like my eggs in pancakes sadly. sad

  3. Urbane Chaos profile image98
    Urbane Chaosposted 8 years ago

    There's a plethora of idiots in the world who are just itching to try this.  Maybe they haven't learned the easiest way to crack an egg yet; throw it against someone's car.  Better yet, if it's in the middle of summer, throw it against the car, wait a few minutes, and you have scrambled eggs.

    That reminds me.. I was reading on the back of my cat's shampoo bottle (don't ask why, hell if I know) and it said something that struck me funny, "This product not tested on animals."  Ok, how can that be?

    Nevermind, moving on.. big_smile


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