The Fountain boys are 45-years-past this, but in case the devil has spawned again …

Over-easy

How to remove Halloween eggs from your house and automobile.

It would cost millions of dollars to develop a nontoxic bomb for vandals that would be as insidiously effective as the ordinary chicken egg. Consider that the egg is light and delicate, yet tough enough to carry its payload to the target. On impact, it explodes with a self-mixing fury that turns its contents into an industrial shade of yellow-orange. Then there’s the gratifying ker-splat sound that it makes.

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3 responses to “The Fountain boys are 45-years-past this, but in case the devil has spawned again …

  1. edgewater

    my son got ‘egged’ in my car in the mid 80s here in greenwich and car had to be repainted. it’s not just innocent fun when the damage is $1000 or more.

  2. Anonymous

    I always suspected it was you and your brothers, Fountain, and dried-on pieces of it still remain to this day.

  3. Soap on window screens

    Now that takes a brush and time to get out. Toilet paper in trees also worthy of that night. Dog crap in mailboxes best.