On the Subject of Breakfast Egg
These new industry standard eggs look delicious and rather vivid in color.
So you’ve got yourself this nice fried egg for breakfast.
To disarm your breakfast, you have to decide whether eating the egg is a good idea or if just trashing it would be better. The tables below aid you in making an informed decision.
- Press the button labeled “YUM” to eat the egg if it is edible.
- Press the button labeled “YUK” to trash it.
Pressing the wrong button will result in a strike and a new egg will be served.
Use the color of the plate in Table E to find out the eggs manufacturer. Use this information and the colors of the egg yolk in Table GG to determine the shapes of edible eggs.
- An egg is edible if its shape matches one of its yolk colors and the manufacturer OR neither of those.
If your egg is not edible, it means that there has been a problem with preparing and delivering the egg properly and you should trash it. Note that the egg might be rotated on the plate due to hasty serving. This is perfectly fine and should not result in trashing the egg.
Table E: Manufacturer Color Preference Reference
Manufacturers change the colors of their plates for each batch. They decide on the same colors periodically after 4 batches. (The first 4 batches are listed below.)
To calculate the number of the current batch follow this formula:
Batch # = (battery holders * ports) + (port plates * batteries) + indicators + 1
|slate grey||lavender||pale teal||hazel wood|
|Name of manufacturer|