An Australian girl has made a “one in a billion” discovery at her native Woolworths grocery store: a wonderfully spherical egg.
The shopper shared the “eggcellent” discover with Melbourne’s 3AW broadcaster Jacqui Felgate, who stated it got here in a carton bought at an inner-city Woolworths grocery store.
“From a follower: This is so random, however I believed I’d share this eggcellent discover,” the publish learn.
A “fast Google” revealed it was not solely a “one in a billion” discovery, however that the uncommon eggs have really bought for a reasonably penny.
Felgate wrote: “Literally one in a billion eggs are spherical and the final one which was discovered bought for over $1400!”
Users reacted to the smashing discover, some having sympathy for the “poor chook” that needed to lay it, and others profiting from the chance to land an egg pun.
“Firstly wow! Secondly, that woman both has small palms or that egg is MASSIVE,” one consumer wrote.
“Yolkidding me,” one other wrote.
One joked: “Folks shopping for eggs for $1400? That’s eggtortion.”
“Nah, I’d say that’s low-cost low-cost,” a consumer replied.
Other followers admitted they needed to do a double-take, considering the egg was an enormous ball of chocolate or caramel at first.
But some stated they’d additionally discovered spherical eggs of their grocery hauls.
One even recommended the lady who discovered the uncommon egg check her luck and purchase a lottery ticket.
Even extra, customers had been baffled by the possibly hefty price ticket a spherical egg might fetch, writing they “need to know who spend $1400. And what do they do with it.”
“You completely both have to promote or body it,” one girl recommended.
In 2019, a wonderfully spherical egg made its method to public sale on eBay, based on the net publication Fine Dining Experts.
The public sale listed the egg’s beginning value at $100 and had minimal bidding value of $30.
Now that’s a mighty costly omelet.