This one just makes me laugh. Manically. I am buying one and wearing it with my sexist* lingerie. Hmm... I wonder if she makes bacon ones?


From the listing:

A fun and whimsical broach that will add a unique flair to any outfit. Pannies Broaches are made from real fried eggs that are entirely encased in gloss to make them solid and wearable. They do not smell or leak or stain, don't worry! The edges of the egg curl up, creating a sculptural and unexpected accessory.

Seriously. Aside from bacon perfume this has to be about the easiest way to turn a man on. I totally, unconditionally LOVE it. Even more so that it doesn't leak or stain. LOL Thanks Cari! {source}
Posted by sam {temptingmama} on August 18, 2009 @ 7:17 pm  

25 Responses to “Egg-cellent!”

  1. Abbie Says:

    Officially the greatest accessory man has ever known.

  2. Deontologist (2 comments.) Says:

    It looks like there’s pepper sprinkled on it too. I like that. You rarely see such attention to detail nowadays.

    It’s nice that it doesn’t leak, but would the soft parts – specifically the yolk – still be able to rot inside the “gloss” coating? That is, can we be 100% sure that all the bacteria are killed during the cooking process or could a few still survive and decompose the broach from the inside out? These are the questions that keep me up at night.
    .-= Deontologist´s last post ..And the winner of the Save Darfur Not-Really-A-Campaign-Naming-Contest is… =-.

  3. Robyns Online World (6 comments.) Says:

    My hubby is a fried egg lover and if men wore pins he would want this! Crazy!
    .-= Robyns Online World´s last post ..Free Software Quick Reference Guides =-.

    Aceia Reply:

    He could use it as a tie pin or pin it to a hat…
    The tie pin would be great tho because then folks could stop to tell him he has a little egg on his tie….

  4. Daphne (6 comments.) Says:

    OK that made me gag a bit. I hate eggs to begine with and to wear one? Heck no. Yea how can we be sure it is safew and wont leak?
    .-= Daphne´s last post .. =-.

  5. Amanda (14 comments.) Says:

    Ok, now, does anyone remember those live insect broaches that people wore, while the insect walked all over their shoulder on a pretty little chain pooping on their couture?

    This almost rivals that. ALMOST.
    .-= Amanda´s last post ..Just Dance. =-.

    sam {temptingmama} (164 comments.) Reply:

    *GAG* Ew.

    I vaguely recall those. I’d like to keep it that way. ;)

  6. flutter (62 comments.) Says:

    this would go so perfectly with my muffin thong

  7. David (3 comments.) Says:

    unexpected accessory = suspected salmonella

    I would love one with a cigarette stubbed in the yolk.
    .-= David´s last post ..Hellraiser =-.

  8. Debra (1 comments.) Says:

    Hmmmm, would this be like those cigarettes they have encased in glass? You know “in case of emergency, break barrier and you have…. what breakfast?”
    .-= Debra´s last post ..Sunday Share New Finds =-.

    David (3 comments.) Reply:

    I think it may just be me and my childhood memories of my dad’s breakfast plate after he had finished, there would be a cigarette butt stubbed out on the half eaten fried egg!
    Sometimes I wish think I was adopted.
    .-= David´s last post ..Hellraiser =-.

  9. kdaniel Says:

    If by “fun and whimsical” you mean “rotten and stinky”, then yes. Haha, this would be *perfect* with the bacon dress.

  10. Kathy Says:

    You’re going to wear this with your SEXIST lingerie? Didn’t you mean sexiEst? LOL!
    And the egg brooch, IMO, is disgusting. I’m with deontoligist–what’s going to keep that egg from rotting inside the “gloss coating”? Ewwww!

    sam {temptingmama} (164 comments.) Reply:

    ROFL. *tears streaming*

    Do you know HOW many times I checked this post? AM LAME.

    Isn’t lingerie sexist anyway? I mean it’s not like you see lace teddies for men. Do you?

    I’d personally like to see the Ted Nugent approved beef jerky underpants coupled with this egg-cellent broach. HA HA HA

  11. Meg Says:

    it’s almost as if she dropped the egg on herself and thought, “who wouldn’t want to wear breakfast on their blazer?!”

  12. kdhnow Says:

    Looks like a screaming baby wearing a tiara. And it’s just gross. Yuck! I won’t be having fried eggs for breakfast tomorrow. Or probably not for a long, long time.

    Amanda (14 comments.) Reply:

    You know, you’re right, it does look like a screaming baby if I squint at it. Been there, done that…don’t need a rotten egg broach to commemorate it.
    .-= Amanda´s last post ..I’m pretty sure he is a smarty-pants. =-.

  13. Jade beads (112 comments.) Says:

    haha it’s left on the frying pan and cooked to burnt!

  14. followthatdog (54 comments.) Says:

    So weird I’m stumped for a witty comment. Damn her.
    .-= followthatdog´s last post ..Morning niceties =-.

  15. candace trew camling (134 comments.) Says:

    bleck! I would probably spend my entire ownership of this item trying to find a way to bust it open… moreover I would probably succeed in a totally inappropriate place: church, public restroom, 10 minutes before a job interview…
    .-= candace trew camling´s last post ..Experimentation Creation =-.

  16. Wendebular (3 comments.) Says:

    An uneggspected eggcessory!

  17. Wendebular (3 comments.) Says:

    An uneggspected eggcessory!

    I guess I’d never seen anyone try to spell the word brooch on the internet before, hence my being appalled at Pannies Broaches (I’m not at all sure what a panny is, either). Good skills, Kathy.
    .-= Wendebular´s last post ..Memories of an elephant =-.

    sam {temptingmama} (16 comments.) Reply:

    I looked it up. Apparently ‘brooch’ is the correct spelling, but ‘broach’ is a widely used and acceptable misspelling too.

    Answers.com (my favourite dictionary-type site – because we ALL know Craftastrophe is The Best – because you can make the man say bad words and it makes me laugh. Am 12. I know.)

    Answers.com says:


    1. To bring up (a subject) for discussion or debate.
    2. To announce: We broached our plans for the new year.
    2. To pierce in order to draw off liquid: broach a keg of beer.
    3. To draw off (a liquid) by piercing a hole in a cask or other container.
    4. To shape or enlarge (a hole) with a tapered, serrated tool.


    1. A tapered, serrated tool used to shape or enlarge a hole.
    2. The hole made by such a tool.
    2. A spit for roasting meat.
    3. A mason’s narrow chisel.
    4. A gimlet for tapping or broaching casks.
    5. Variant of brooch.

    I bid you good day.

    .-= sam {temptingmama}´s last post ..Yet, I still have an urge to shove my face between them =-.

  18. Wendebular (3 comments.) Says:

    I blame China for the double post. Apologies.
    .-= Wendebular´s last post ..Memories of an elephant =-.

  19. Sikkdays Prescription for Aug 2009 | s i k k d a y s Says:

    [...] Every time I have an egg for breakfast I wonder, “Why can’t I pin this to myself?” Craftastrophe [...]

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