Every Easter, my husband gets into the eggs — eggstra special egg banter, that is. Here are some of his faves used in sentences for your enjoyment.
We are eggcited to see family today.
My stepdaughter-in-law is eggspecting.
Cadbury creme eggs are not eggstravagant treats.
There is no such thing as eggstraneous chocolate.
I will need eggstreme eggcerise to burn off the eggcelent chocolate eggs I consume.
Some things eggsacerbate the pain in my knee.
A coconut egg is eggsactly what I want.
It’s eggsasperating when we don’t hear from some family members.
I need to eggsamine the peanut butter pies.
Eggstract those jelly beans from the bottom of the Easter baskets.
I was afraid we’d have to eggscavate to find the daffodils when it snowed last week.
If the sun shines, it will eggceed eggspectations today.
Dinner will be eggsceptional. My sister makes lamb.
My brother eggsagerates how much work it is makes German Potato Salad, but since I made it this year, I can verify that it requires an eggstraordinary amount of time.
We eggsemplify a modern family. We have six kids between us, two of my stepsons are married, and we have one grandchild. And one on the way.
When my husband reads this eggcerpt, he is going to eggsclaim that I eggscluded a lot of words, but I have to stop. I have eggshausted my list.
Happy Easter everyone!