Face on your egg

Everyone has heard of the phrase ‘egg on your face’ (meaning: to be extremely embarrased, usually as a result of one’s actions), but I noted on my wife’s plate a ‘face on your egg’.

During the children’s half-term holiday, I was tasked with buying back eggs, bacon and sausages so my wife could cook us a full English breakfast. After I had eaten mine, I noticed something on my wife’s plate which I just had to take a photo of and share.

Face on your egg
Face on your egg

Reminds me of Caspar the friendly ghost (and the other ghosts), or Ghostbusters. But just goes to show that sometimes ordinary things can look so interesting.

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