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Egg Robots: Fun Eating For Kids

Egg Robot and SpoonEgg Robot and SpoonAre your kids getting their proper portions of eggs and the many nutrients they offer? Or do they dare to defy your parental guidance while awaiting instructions from egg robots whose homes are far beyond earth’s radar screen? Egg Robot is here, dressing up eggs like little friendly aliens and giving E.T. a run for his money before he even has time to call home.

The Egg Robot comes in a funky sort of peace from a planet that is millions of “egg years” away, offering a nutritious gift to all who can handle a healthy dose of cholesterol. The Egg Robot makes an interesting addition to any non-alien kitchen, or a great novelty gift for the alien that secretly lives within us all. Whether or not the Egg Robot is proof positive of life on other planets is a moot point that can be heartily discussed over a breakfast of…you guessed it, eggs! Not only is the Egg Robot cute, it is also shelf-friendly, coming conveniently packaged with a matching spoon used exclusively by Egg Robots and those they deem worthy enough to be considered their ilk.

The Egg Robot can be yours for approximately $12 earthly, U.S. dollars and the pack comes with a plastic spoon and the Egg Robot himself, although eggs are not included (as if you thought they would be). Some Egg Robot lovers might insist that the little fellows suffocate instantly into the poly-unsaturated orbit of extra-terrestrial life once human hands dare to touch the helmet. Whatever be their Egg Robot fate, there is nothing much to do with Egg Robots except remove their protective helmets and eat their inter-planetary offerings. Kids will love the Egg Robots, but after a few moments of admiration, they will discover there is only one inevitable course of action. Alas, say goodbye to the egg, but definitely consider hello to the Egg Robot.

How eggciting!
Happy egg fantasies to all and to all a good…Egg Robot !

M Dee Dubroff
Fashion and Technology Blogger
InventorSpot.com

Comments
Jun 24, 2008
by Anonymous

Mr. Potato Head for eggs.

Mr. Potato Head for eggs.

Jun 25, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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    Yours in Words, M Dee

 

 

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff

Jun 25, 2008
by M Dee Dubroff
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 You are right I do

 You are right

I do remember Mr. Potato Head!

Thanks for your thoughts.  

 

Yours in Words,

M Dee Dubroff