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First text on Jul 10th 2000, 12:42:38 wrote
raving rooster about egg
Latest text on Jul 18th 2008, 04:09:40 wrote
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wigbomb wrote on Oct 29th 2001, 10:42:48 about

egg

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Send a Haiku of regret. We must find a less multilingual Dalai Lama. The language of the egg in camera.

Dortessa wrote on Dec 6th 2000, 22:15:54 about

egg

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Togepi and Owei. Pokemons in Form of eggs.

alistair duncan wrote on Feb 18th 2001, 07:42:45 about

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Of all the varieties of eggs of which I have learned, the most precious to me remains the duck egg, both because of its elegant shape, and because of Sei Shonagon's description of its elegance.

Shonagon simply includes the duck egg in a list of elegant things; what could itself be more elegant?

reznicek111 wrote on Dec 6th 2001, 21:34:18 about

egg

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The color comes from pigments in the outer layer of the shell and may range in various breeds from white to deep brown. The breed of hen determines the color of the shell. Breeds with white feathers and ear lobes lay white eggs; breeds with red feathers and ear lobes lay brown eggs. White eggs are most in demand among American buyers. In some parts of the country, however, particularly in New England, brown shells are preferred. The Rhode Island Red, New Hampshire and Plymouth Rock are breeds that lay brown eggs. Since brown-egg layers are slightly larger birds and require more food, brown eggs are usually more expensive than white.

raving rooster wrote on Jul 10th 2000, 12:46:58 about

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You can´t make an omelette without breaking eggs.

nafets wrote on Sep 9th 2001, 15:44:55 about

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This egg came about through serendipity in the darker parts of the subcontinent.

raving rooster wrote on Jul 10th 2000, 12:42:38 about

egg

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Don´t put all your eggs in one basket.

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