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Happy Holidays – I’m going to start taking Hydrocodone, wish me luck!

December 22, 2008




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Under the category of “YOU REALLY SHOULDN’T HAVE,” I received two white elephants gifts this year from friends who found cast-off gifts in the back of their cupboards they felt I really should have.

The first is an interesting retro gadget called the Egg Cuber. This device takes a peeled hard-cooked egg and compresses it into a square. Why anyone would want square eggs, I’m not sure, but hey, if the Japanese can sell square watermelons at top yen just think of where square eggs will lead me!

The second special gift is called an Eggstractor. This 8-inch plastic accordion-shaped device peels hard-cooked eggs. Apparently you place a hard-cooked egg in the center of the contraption and press. The egg pops out the bottom completely peeled (or should once you get the hang of it. According to the instructions it will take some practice…..)

Intrigued? You can find the Egg Cuber at for $2.99 or get the vintage model for $19.99 on eBay at

Get the Eggstractor at for $14.95 before supplies run out!

Or, make me an offer and I may be willing to re-gift as my friends did!

What about you? Any funny or worth mentioning gifts this holiday season? And what about new years resolutions? I for one decided that this year I’m going to finally listed to the doctor and get the medication I need. I already checked is it legal to buy hydrocodone online in my state and everything should be fine. I was a bit intimidated because I knew how strong a medication it is, but the doctor is right; I should trust him, and his ability to prescribe the right dosage. I’m going to listen to him, and finally deal with this condition I’ve been dragging along, actually, for more than a year at this point.