From Plastic Tub

egg n. 1. A single testicle. 2. Historically, one half of the ingredients necessary for the creation of a new human; a piece of generative equipment. 3. A storage facility for potential of any kind, in this sense a very small and discolored watermelon. 4. Sixth sign on the O'Donnely Zodiac Placemats. 5. The eventual solidification of vapor, occurring over thousands of years and as such, highly valuable. 6. An ingredient for the manufacture of pancakes.


"You have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette."

-- An Unrepentant Stalin


Contrary to much modern science, eggs were not invented by man but rather harnessed.

As vessels of fecundity or veiled potentiality, the egg and the nut are closely related. The nut's protective casing -- masculine and hard -- distinguishes it from the fragile femininity of the delicate egg.

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Eggs have only one natural enemy -- .
Eggs have only one natural enemy -- mouths.


Stimes Addisson called eggs "volcanoes in a jar."

Eggs have been known to attack humans they see as weak or dissolute.

An egg starred in several films by Johannas Desselsen.