Pre-Cracked eggs? Users asked us if that’s real.
There’s a new photograph going viral: An egg without its shell is being sold in plastic packaging. The advertisement claims these “pre-cracked eggs” “save time”.
Who comes up with something like that? The food industry? Extremely lazy marketers? No, satirists.
Is it real? The photo, yes, but the product, no. This pre-cracked egg is not for sale anywhere.
It’s satire, a joke. Just look at the logo on the bottom right.
Obvious plant is a satire project by Jeff Wysaski who regularly creates mock products, posters or articles. Another obvious sign for a joke are the spelling “fimally” or the obvious way too long neck of the boy on the bottom right.
On his website Wysaski’s displaying all the sites he’s creations have been featured on. If you see the name “obvious plant”, don’t take it too seriously.
It’s not real, these eggs are neither being produced nor sold. It’s satire by Jeff Wysaski under the name “obvious plant”.
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