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Thursday, September 12, 2013

Fox News: Scientists scramble up egg-free eggs

I am not sure what they scrambled up, but if it is egg-free I wouldn't have put all my eggs in one basket by calling it an egg. I find it rather deceptive too since it wouldn't be sure as eggs is eggs anymore whether the consumer would be purchasing a good egg, a rotten egg, or... no egg???

On the other hand, there is an upside to all this. We won't have egg on our face anymore after we didn't bother to walk around on eggs, which weren't really eggs anyway. We can make an omelet without breaking eggs and the dilemma whether the chicken or the egg came first, which remained unanswered for as long as it has been asked, finally has been solved.

It is no big deal anymore if you can't boil an egg and you can't over-egg the pudding either. There is no skin of your nose when they egg your house. You sure don't have to bother picking up the broken egg-shells off the ground. Those are biodegradable and make for good, free fertilizer.

It seems like we do have to adjust our vocabulary and dictionary. If an egg isn't an egg anymore then most of these sayings are no longer applicable. Now that I come to think of it, neither are our recipes. I have just one more question.

Where does that leave us concerning our nest egg?



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