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Introduction

I delve into an Easter egg just to see what makes this funky pink thing tick.

This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Easter Egg, use our service manual.

So let's find out what's inside this DELICIOUS-looking Easter egg.
  • So let's find out what's inside this DELICIOUS-looking Easter egg.

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First step - cut into the egg.
  • First step - cut into the egg.

  • I wonder what kinds of things I'll find inside? Leprechauns? Little bunnies? The true meaning of Easter? Only time will tell.

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The innards reveal a yellowy substance. Not sure what it is, but let's dig into it some more and see if we can find out.
  • The innards reveal a yellowy substance. Not sure what it is, but let's dig into it some more and see if we can find out.

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Another cut is made, more yellow is found.
  • Another cut is made, more yellow is found.

  • Surprisingly, no processors have so far been found. No bunnies for that matter, either.

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Two halves exposed... But what's the yellow stuff? Only one way to find out.
  • Two halves exposed... But what's the yellow stuff? Only one way to find out.

  • Current bill of materials:

    • Yellow mystery stuff inside

    • Pink outer layer

    • Blue swirls

    • Yellow dots

    • Red Swirls

    • Green swirls

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A formal analysis found that the yellow inner filling was, in fact, yellow cake.
  • A formal analysis found that the yellow inner filling was, in fact, yellow cake.

  • Conclusion: Easter eggs rock!

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3 Comments

You have a low tolerance for fainting.

Miroslav Djuric -

"This teardown is not a repair guide. To repair your Easter Egg, use our service manual" That's great. But how do I repair my pink Easter egg?

Michael - Reply

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