So use a tool like
one to fish them out. (No, it doesn't have to be yellow).
, wie der gemeine, deutsche Sittenstrolch sagen würde) is a
activity. Especially, if you don't eat them. But maybe even more so, if you actually
In any case,
the first thing you need
According to the information on the packaging, there is a method to this madness.
Shopping is never a pleasant experience, so I sent somebody else to go and get them for me. He didn't mind (too much).
Semi-intrigued by all this, I went
'auf den Strich gehen'
) to find out where EXACTLY these eggs were coming from. Perhaps even discover a picturesque photo of the "happy" chicken-home.
After an extensive 10-second research, I came upon
... where you can enter your egg-code and learn
about its origin. Hmm ... 'interesting', I thought ... and filled-in the code:
I hit the search-button, and:
Obviously, this is all a load of horse-shit. German supermarkets and discounters probably get their eggs from Poland (where no-one ever controls anything).
But enough of that and back to the topic of the hour:
Apart from eggs, you also need
There are about a million different brands available, so you may choose whatever suits you best.
Now, the following piece of information may be considered a
public service announcement
for our US AMERICAN readers:
Attention, attention !!!«
(Yes, you always have to say these things twice.)
Boiling water is HOT !!!
(And so are the eggs swimming in it. Yes, they're hot too.
It's a miracle, I know.)
The rest of the procedure is fairly easy: Just drop your eggs into the colour ... wait half an hour ... drink a cup of tea ... sacrifice a goat ... and ...
Now give them to someone, who clearly doesn't want them.
without buying it,
but now you desperately
Well, just click on the »
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of honesty & kindness.)