By: Alan Donenfeld
Once upon a time there was a very pleasant village by the sea with one diner. The diner's menu offered only one selection:
"One Fresh Egg (boiled, fried, or scrambled)"
Diners had more than enough to eat and they were consuming sufficient protein. It appeared to be a perfectly satisfying eggxistence for all, eggxcept for some locals who quietly grumbled that they believed they were entitled to eggxtract more protein from the diner.