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Egg dispenser

pop in your coin out pops your egg
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A similar dispenser as a bubblegum machine which you have outside shops in the street except this one dispenses pickled eggs into a little paper cup with a tiny plastic bottle of tobasco and a small sachet of salt.

You pop in your coin/coins, the egg drops into a separate compartment at the bottom with the vinegar,the compartment drains returning the vinegar to the main bubble with the other eggs and when that's complete out pops your pickled egg.

Each pickled egg dispenser need only have fresh pickled eggs added every 2 months.

skinflaps, Oct 24 2002

Pickled Eggs http://thefoody.com...es/pickledeggs.html
Blech. [calum, Oct 24 2002]

Thousand Year Old Eggs http://ask.yahoo.com/ask/20011114.html
No thanks. [8th of 7, Oct 24 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

egg vendor japan http://www.jun-gift...se/vendingmach3.jpg
[Amos Kito, Oct 24 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

The Egg-O-Mat http://www.weirdnj....adside/eggomat.html
Roadside egg dispenser [Worldgineer, Aug 01 2005]


       MMmmm, pickled eggs ...aarrauaarrrraarrraaua...   

       (Homer Simpson)   

       What is this, a snack? I've learned more about the eating customs of HalfBakers than I ever wanted to know.
phoenix, Oct 24 2002

       // What is this, a snack //   

       My understanding is that it's some sort of self-service biological weapon.   

       Pickled eggs ? Yeuuuuurchk.
8th of 7, Oct 24 2002

       Isn't there some sort of delicacy that someone does by pickling the egg for a million years or something?
blissmiss, Oct 24 2002

       "Thousand Year Old Eggs". A Chinese recipe. [Link].
8th of 7, Oct 24 2002

       There's an are a couple of egg vending machine at [link]. Unfortunately(?), they aren't pickled.
Amos Kito, Oct 24 2002

       And btw, Isn't a chicken an egg dispenser?
blissmiss, Oct 24 2002

       I've got acquainted with this excellent pickle on a trip to West Virginia. I've had my first, and successful, try at it this week.   

       Just hard-boil the eggs, put them in a jar with soft-boiled beet and cover with vinegar. Ready within a day or two.
Gwenanda, Oct 24 2002

       And you would want these, why??? Ewww....
Aurora, Oct 24 2002

       we could just pickle the chicken and beat him to the punch.
TBK, Oct 24 2002

       //pickle the chicken and beat him to the punch//   

       I was under the impression that male chickens (or whatever they are called) don't lay eggs.
Alphaman, Oct 24 2002

       So, [skinflaps], you're the one that eats those things? I've never been brave enough to try them. I've heard that people eat them while drinking in bars/pubs. I think I can see the connection there.   

       The dispenser sounds like a reasonable idea. (+) Might be easier to have a mechanism lift the egg out as opposed to all the seals and pumps necessary to accomplish what you describe.
half, Oct 24 2002

       Rods, please use the <obligitory chicken pun> tags.
BinaryCookies, Oct 24 2002

       I'm fully behind the pickled egg lobby. Frankly the pie & pasty lobbyman (//Pickled eggs ? Yeuuuuurchk.//) should roll his tongue back in before those barefoot 3rd world meatpackers grind it into a pie. Quick dose of egg coli does you good in the morning. Immune system whirring all day long mmm-mmmmmmm.
General Washington, Oct 25 2002

       <egg on face> mmmm..very astute [half]...<egg on face>
skinflaps, Oct 25 2002

So THAT'S how it's written! I've tried and failed so many times.

egbert, Oct 25 2002

       //And btw, Isn't a chicken an egg dispenser?//   

       Per [UB] - always thought it was the other way round, myself.
whimsickle, Oct 25 2002

       Perhaps, [whims] but did it dispense the egg before or after it crossed the street
blissmiss, Oct 25 2002

       That's the oldest yolk of them all, [bliss].
whimsickle, Oct 25 2002

       Sorry I'm late with this, but isn't this just like a chicken whoare?
NickTheGreat, Oct 28 2002


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