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Post by Rowan » Wed Feb 08, 2006 7:22 pm

Aly you probably won't see it once its been boiled. Next time you crack one in a pan check it out. Or don't.

Didn't mean to freak anyone out....should I not tell you where fruit flies come from??? :twisted:

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Post by EDog » Wed Feb 08, 2006 8:30 pm

I always thought the fuzzy white thing in the egg was, uh, hen-cum. :puke

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Post by Aly » Wed Feb 08, 2006 10:20 pm

Rowan wrote:Aly you probably won't see it once its been boiled. Next time you crack one in a pan check it out. Or don't.

Didn't mean to freak anyone out....should I not tell you where fruit flies come from??? :twisted:
Tell Rowan Tell! :hyper :boog

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Post by Annie » Wed Feb 08, 2006 10:53 pm

I don't Rowan means "fuzzy" in a chicken-fur way. Fuzzy as in opaque. Right, Rowan?

Then after fruit flies, magots!

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Post by Rowan » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:32 am

You're right Annie - its not fuzzy really it just this gross blobby thing.

The fruit fly thing really isn't much but I remember a non-science person being truly grossed out when I pointed it out to her.

Say you have some fruit on a table for a while.
Fruit flies appear.
Where do they come from?
They don't spontaneously generate so they must come from eggs on your fruit.

That's why you should always wash your fruit really well.....

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Post by kayley » Thu Feb 09, 2006 7:58 am

If you nibble the white of a hard boiled egg in tiny pieces, you come across what I like to think of as the chicken umbilicus. It is even more rubbery and resistent than the rest of the white.

I hated eggs for years. But they taste different in Chile. Much better. I still only like the yolk, really. I think the whites taste metallic.

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