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12 Responses

  1. Derek

    You could have downed the entire contents raw in a tall glass while cursing that Rocky was such a wussy.

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  2. Nancy LeBarron

    My husband agrees wtih yours. He has told me since we met…..”I don’t eat anything that comes out of a chicken’s ass.”

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  3. Michelle Saunderson

    How thick is the shell of the egg? Could you put a light bulb in it to make a nightlight?

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    • Amy Vansant

      Oh no – it is wicked thick. I think it is probably as dark as a dungeon in there…poor little ostrich embryos.

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  4. Grace Lewis

    I’m glad no one was around when I read this because I couldn’t keep my snorting laughter inside. I have an affection for miniature things similar to your affection for spherical objects. I’m living in Vietnam right now and there are quail eggs everywhere – so cute!

    Thanks for making me crave eggnog (something I’m pretty sure they won’t have here.) I wonder how many quail eggs it would take to make my own.

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  5. Abby

    True story. I dated a guy that once bought me this incredibly intricately painted ostrich egg as a gift. It came in this glass case and everything. I had no clue what to do with it–or him–and I have no idea what happened to either of them.

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    • Amy Vansant

      Wow. Looks like you lost a real winner too. What woman doesn’t dream of being given an ostrich egg?? 🙂

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