The internet is a storehouse of witty memes, funny comments and relatable posts. We often come across hilarious videos and bizarre anecdotes which make us laugh and amuse us quite a bit. Recently, a woman took the internet by surprise when she shared a video featuring an egg. What was so special about this egg, you wonder? Nothing else, but its unique shape. A woman found a perfectly round egg while going about her usual grocery shopping. The internet has been left stunned in disbelief as to how perfect it looks. Check it out:
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The egg was purchased from a store in Fishermen's Bend suburb in Melbourne, Australia. Posted on Instagram by @jacquifelgate, it has received over 221k views and 2.9k likes. "From a follower. Not my egg. This is so random, but I thought I would share this eggcellent find - in our egg carton we found a round egg," read the caption to the post. Further, the user revealed that this perfect egg was actually quite rare and the last one of a similar shape was sold for $1,400 or Rs. 1.14 lakh. "After a quick Google, I realised it was 1 in a billion, literally 1 in a billion eggs are round and the last one that was found sold for over $1400," read the caption.
A number of comments poured into the perfect egg video. "The kids better not have eaten it," said one user while another wrote, "Folks buying eggs for $1400? That's eggs-tortion!" Meanwhile, many people assumed that it was a chocolate ball or a chunk of caramel and not an egg. "I thought it was a giant caramel Lindt ball," wrote one user. "Not me thinking it was chocolate at first," agreed another.
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Meanwhile, this is not the only unique find that we have spotted. Recently, an Australian teen found a puffed-up nacho chip in his usual packet. He decided to auction it and it sold for a whopping Rs. 44 lakh online. Click here to read more about this story.
What did you think of the perfectly round egg? Have you seen any such similar bizarre and unique foods in your daily life? Tell us in the comments.
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