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#72495 - 06/18/02 10:24 PM Re: As...as
wwh Offline
Carpal Tunnel

Registered: 01/18/01
Posts: 13858
I was talking about just storage temperatures that could break shell except for cushion of air sac. Have you ever carefully cut a boiled egg in half, and noticed the concentric rings in the yolk?


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#72496 - 06/19/02 09:33 AM Re: As...as
dodyskin Offline
addict

Registered: 04/24/02
Posts: 475
Loc: manchester uk
mad as toast means crazy tinged with the ridiculous
mad as eggs means the subject is a lovable lunatic, ditto cheese.
we also say silly tart, daft cow, nasty pasty, twisted biscuit, mad bint, oh, it's endless


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#72497 - 06/19/02 10:51 PM Re: As...as
modestgoddess Offline
old hand

Registered: 02/18/02
Posts: 833
Loc: Eastern Ontario, Canada
Have you ever carefully cut a boiled egg in half

Not to look for concentric rings....which way do they show up? when you cut it in half lengthwise, or across the widest bit?

and what do they prove?

Let us go in peace to love and serve the board.

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