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Eggs by Disney: Love It or Hate It?

Disney recently came out with a line of eggs. The special eggs have Disney characters stamped on the outside of the shells. I'm not against having designs on the outside of my eggs, but I can't help but feel like the ad is a little misleading. It could give the impression that the eggs will crack into fun Mickey Mouse shapes.

However, if I were a little girl, I would really want an egg with Belle on the shell. Watch the video below and let me know what you think of Disney's farm fresh eggs.

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musicalgirly musicalgirly 6 years
cute
T2S3 T2S3 6 years
Its a good way to get kids excited about eating eggs and everyone seems to be overlooking the fact that they are better for you than generic eggs. If you don't like them then don't buy them... so what if you don't look at the shells when you eat eggs. I bet some people do
smartiez smartiez 6 years
What the heck. I don't even look at the shell when I eat eggs. Why would anyone buy these at ALL...
danixk danixk 7 years
I like the IDEA. It has to be a more convincing way to get kids to eat their protein. But I agree, it's a DIY thing.
Babycakes1234 Babycakes1234 7 years
Hate it. Just stupid.
jennjennnbubba jennjennnbubba 7 years
oh good idea aimee, just stamp your own... you could make pooh eggs, dora eggs...spongebob eggs. Disney selling eggs is ludicrous.
mominator mominator 7 years
I think it's cute but I agree it is just another reason for them to over charge for having their logo stamp on the egg.
aphill4 aphill4 7 years
I checked undecided, only because there wasn't a box for "Couldn't care less"
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 7 years
It's a cute idea, but I would never buy it. You can just as easily put any stamp you want on your eggs, right? @superfoxml: in Europe at least, people eat a lot of hard or soft boiled eggs in the shell, so kids would occasionally see the stamps.
superfoxml superfoxml 7 years
So...kids typically have their eggs made by their parents right? And they wouldn't likely see the ingredients laid out for the meal before it's made....so how zany and fun can an eggshell get for a kid? The packaging is insidious....Disney's just got to get their grubby little mouse hands all over everything, dont' they.
vickibug vickibug 7 years
We got these b/c my daughter went nuts she saw them and wanted to run right home and have an egg. For once in a while, I don't see the harm. I agree with misogi about a Disney shape coming out of the shell! And they are Egglands Best eggs, which is what I usually buy anyway.
cloroxcowgirl cloroxcowgirl 7 years
Just weird . . .
marie-lee marie-lee 7 years
Is Disney feeling the credit crunch? I am all for kids eating healthier but do we really need to put pictures on our eggs? I don't think so.
HoneyAndtheMoon HoneyAndtheMoon 7 years
I wonder how much extra they get to charge for the stamp...
Nyrina-Windu Nyrina-Windu 7 years
I don't really see the point of Disney doing this because people wouldn't buy them that often. Most likely they would cost twice as much as regulat looking eggs. Eggs are eggs. It's not like the egg is going to fry up looking like a Mickey Mouse head, like in the video up there. I mean you could buy something to make that shape just like they did of course. But on another note they are cute for the kiddies to use when they want to practice making breakfast or baking with their parents.
emalove emalove 7 years
I think it's cute for kids...I would have wanted an Alice in Wonderland one :)
willowdiamond willowdiamond 7 years
I don't really see a point. also, as someone who is allergic to food coloring* I don't like it, even if it's only on the shell. *among other things
miznic miznic 7 years
No doubt they're an arm and a leg. No thanks, I'll stamp my own eggs...
cupcake_ cupcake_ 7 years
I think it's cute!!
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Cute but kind of a waste, stamp your own CHEAPER eggs.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i think this is really cute. i can't say that i would ever get mislead by these, but i do think that they are a cute concept. :)
eowynnie eowynnie 7 years
..........what's the point again? why does Disney need to sell eggs?
dootsie dootsie 7 years
That's completely ridiculous. They have their hands all over marketing plenty of stuff as it is. Do they really need to go into dealing with live animals? It seems like they're just begging Peta to come along and tell everyone how horrible and inhumane and family UNfriendly they are because of the hens' living conditions. Even if they're comparably well-treated, Peta can spin this to make it come out looking poorly on Disney. These will not last, this is a waste of time for Disney, and this is generally pathetic.
emo_stacer emo_stacer 7 years
when you hard boil them does the image stay on the shell?
verily verily 7 years
I can't wait for the Donald Duck poultry line!
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