The Egg Minder is a “smart” egg carton that notifies you via a “wink” message to your smartphone that you’re running low on eggs. The carton also features small, LED readouts that point out the oldest egg of the bunch.
Yep. This is actually a thing. Just curious, what haven’t we put a man on Mars yet? Oh, that’s right, it’s because we’ve been developing egg-monitoring technology for die-hard omelette fans. Yeah, that makes perfect sense.
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Baguettes, eggs, and bacon are all items of food that are delicious on their own, but what if you put them together? Magic happens. Eugenie’s Kitchen has come up with the brilliant idea of making a hole in a baguette and frying an egg inside it. Once it’s done, you sprinkle bacon on top. Tada! Bacon, eggs, and baguettes all in one wonderful bite. Get the full details and how-to at Eugenie’s Kitchen.
With Easter barreling towards us at breakneck speed, Instructables user “lmnopeas” decided to surprise her son with custom painted eggs to satisfy his Super Mario obsession.
I used images from my iphone to replicate the Nintendo characters. I basically drew the images on with a pencil and then used Acrylic paint to fill them in. I used Sharpie Paint markers to fill in small details like the pupils.
Check out the link below to view a sh*t ton of progress photos.
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YouTuber “mattv2099″ decided to subject his Glock to what he calls the “ultimate torture test”, which included submerging the gun in maple syrup, Jell-O, raw eggs, and vanilla pudding. How did it fare? Check out the series of videos after the jump to find out. Warning: Graphic pancake massacre footage.
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You probably never looked at a pair of earbuds and wished that they looked like breakfast, but all that will change after checking out this unique set which gives the earpieces the appearance of fried eggs and bacon, while the cord wraps conveniently around a bowl of Fruit Loops… I’m not making this up.
The earbuds have comfortable rubber tips that come in two sizes and are compatible with standard 3.5mm headphone sockets.
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