We are like travelers using the cinders of a volcano to roast their eggs. - Ralph Waldo Emerson
Gathering eggs is commonsense; waiting for them to hatch is wisdom. - Matshona Dhliwayo
For Breakfast I like my coffee warm and cozy and my eggs funny side up. - Stanley Victor Paskavich
They have Easter egg hunts in Philadelphia, and if the kids don't find the eggs, they get booed.
Probable-Possible, my black hen, She lays eggs in the Relative When. She doesn't lay eggs in the Positive Now Because she's unable to postulate how.
When you feel neglected, think of the female salmon, who lays 3,000,000 eggs but no one remembers her on Mother's Day - Sam Ewing
If you put all of your eggs in love’s basket, joy will hatch. - Matshona Dhliwayo
I think housework is far more tiring and frightening than hunting is, no comparison, and yet after hunting we had eggs for tea and were made to rest for hours, but after housework people expect one to go on just as if nothing special had happened. - Nancy Mitford
Moths lay their eggs where civilizations have been destroyed. - Marty Rubin
A photographer is like a cod, which produces a million eggs in order that one may reach maturity. - George Bernard Shaw
Words are like eggs, when they are said they cannot be unpacked. - Uche Daniel Oluwaseun
But cocks aren’t supposed to lay eggs... Sahil said, trying to untangle himself. ...they’re supposed to fertilise them. - Faraaz Kazi
Three eggs two slices of toast a cup of coffee an episode of Mr. Ed. A Violin and a bowl of fruit what else does a man need? - Stanley Victor Paskavich
You can put all your eggs in one basket if God has told you to. - Matshona Dhliwayo
Writing is like baking cupcakes, you're trying to make something from the raw. Like with cupcakes it's flour and eggs and stuff, and with books it's ideas and words. The end result is the same though, you want people to eat them up. - Emma Shortt
We have had for breakfast, toasts, cakes, a yorkshire pie, a piece of beef about the size and much the shape of my portmanteau, tea, coffee, ham and eggs... - Charles Dickens