bookmark_borderNever eat eggs with an angry stomach.

Teddy Roosevelt carries Taft the hen to her eggs.
“Settin’ time” by Keppler (Puck magazine 1908)

Paul from Belgium keeps telling me that eggs are dangerous.  I never believed him, as he enjoys crepes and cakes of all kinds.

However, the following story from  1897 (printed in the St. Louis Republic in and reprinted in the Norfolk Virginian) proves that, in 19th century America at least, eating eggs could be deadly.

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