Eggs in Carton Jigsaw Puzzle

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Genaya
May 14, 2016
Nice one eggs for sale.
aussiesapphire
Apr 17, 2016
Lovely cackleberries, do enjoy them a lot.

Knock Knock

Who's there?

Eggs go

Eggs go, who?

No - eggs go crack not who!

Why can't you tease egg whites?
They can't take a yolk.

Best I can do tonight folks lol. God bless you all. Hugs.
goof1953
Apr 17, 2016
Your little jokes gave me a bit of a giggle. Enjoy and be well. Grammy Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Apr 17, 2016
That's eggs-actly what we needed to start the day.
nannynoonoo
Apr 17, 2016
Crack you up, goof?
aussiesapphire
Apr 17, 2016
Oh my, started a ball rolling here hahahaha. Thanks for the laugh all. Hugs.
Coravee
Apr 17, 2016
More like started the egg rolling.
ParsonWayne
Apr 18, 2016
It's like the old shell game. [where a small object is under one of the 3 shells that the con artist keeps moving around and have you guess which shell has the object]
goof1953
Apr 18, 2016
Nannynoonoo, You could say it kinda scrambled me. haha. Grammy Hugs.
ParsonWayne
Apr 21, 2016
You can't beat a hard-boiled egg for breakfast - or any other time.
Coravee
Apr 21, 2016
Moan!
ParsonWayne
Apr 28, 2016
Thanks for the moan. It's almost as good as a groan to a punster.
vmarie
Apr 19, 2016
Light colors on a light background are always difficult for me. This is probably the longest time I took for a 46 classic puzzle.

As a girl growing up on a farm, I had the chore of washing and sorting the eggs for sale. The sizes were small, medium, large, and extra large. The cup on the scale fit the curvature of the egg perfectly. I can still see that old scale in my mind. It had red trim and the sections announcing the size of the egg were yellow. I used to pretend to be a "brownie" and try to surprize my mother by washing the eggs. The water had to be cool, of course. A mild soap was used, but for tougher stains, a little Ajax applied to the dish cloth usually did the job beautifully.

Gosh, I lost track of how many times my father, who usually made the breakfast for my younger brother and me as we were starting our school day, made poached eggs on toast. Cold winter months made that breakfast welcomed.

I don't eat eggs any more due to my vegan persuasion. Eggs that were less than scrambled or hard boiled always had slimy white, something that some folks prefer not to see or eat.

As we didn't keep roosters, our eggs were never fertile.

We enjoyed dying them at Easter time. ~~~
retirenow14
Apr 18, 2016
Uninteresting picture. Quite difficult, though, as most of the shades were white to light grey.
Annamae
Apr 18, 2016
Hard puzzle.
sharondarlene
Apr 18, 2016
WOW! This was challenging!! But loved it.
nmmelody
Apr 17, 2016
Whew! That was tricky. I had cataract surgery Friday and colors are not quite as they should be.It was a fun puzzle and is awesome to see the bright, vivid colors!
trynfindit
Apr 17, 2016
Hope your cataract surgery recovery is short. When my mom had it she told me, "I'm not sure I really like having had the surgery." When I asked her why she said, "Now I can see all the wrinkles! "
nmmelody
Apr 18, 2016
I agree with seeing all the wrinkles! hahaha! I also see spots on the floor that need cleaned, etc!!
nmmelody
Apr 18, 2016
Thank you, trynfindit, for the well-wishes!
ginaSalonica
Apr 17, 2016
I was preparing some handouts about Easter for my pupils, about the customs and traditions of the Holy Week in Greece (dyed eggs, epitafios, tsourekia etc..), and here I see a carton of eggs...
trynfindit
Apr 17, 2016
Gina, I didn't know you are a teacher. What subject and age group do you teach. Your handout sounds very interesting - about the eggs, epitafios (tombs? ) and tsourekia (egg bread? ) and other traditions.
ginaSalonica
Apr 17, 2016
I teach Greek as a foreign language to primary school children (6-12 years old). (Epitaphios is the tomb of Christ and tsoureki is a kind of sweet bread). We are going to learn about the traditions of Greek Orthodox Easter and then we will talk about the traditions of Easter (or other religious holidays of the spring) in other countries.
Coravee
Apr 17, 2016
Sounds like a wonderful opportunity to foster some good foreign relations! It makes other people so real when one understands their holidays.
ginaSalonica
Apr 18, 2016
I have kids from different countries, it's important to show them that every country has beautiful traditions (some are the same in many countries, some are different). We are all different, but equal...
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