I would eat 24 eggs over a 3 week period or so. not at once. Heart attack risk yo.
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he [Steve Harwell] has flat out ignored their request along with the cries of the hundreds of Smash Mouth and charity fans pleading him to do the right thing for no good reason.This kind of behavior is not only rude, it is completely unacceptable.
I Would say it was rude not to ask the guy first.
Is this a real story? If not then please stop bugging Steve Harwell. If so then I don't see why Harwell eating those eggs should be a qualifier for that money getting to charity. There's no reason that people couldn't respect Harwell's right to do what he wants to do and give to charity.
Besides all that, this made me lol:
EAT THE EGGS
Okay. Just making sure yer not trying to pull a fast one.
@Sparklykiss said:If they're deviled then I'd say you gotta eat 48 of them seeing as the standard deviled egg is made from half an egg.
Are they deviled eggs? Because I'll eat that many. Just give me a few days off from the world afterwards.
My mind and body are ready. I know that it wouldn't be a true 2 dozen otherwise.
I'm completely on the Smash Mouth dudes side. Why the fuck should he eat 24 eggs? That doesn't help dying children. If anything, it helps make that dude extremely ill. I'm all for charity, but it should be down to the individual to make their own pledge... not practically forced upon them.
I hate how it's deemed as rude and unacceptable to ignore/refuse a charity... because it makes that individual feel like a complete prick and basically guilts them into doing/paying whatever the charity wants.
This is, and always has been the problem with charity's, they force it down your throat and expect you to bite. Fuck off, and let people approach you on their own accord.
This sounds like a Saw thing.
Regardless, it's kind of a ridiculous request. I would just deny it and then donate a buttload of money to the foundation. And even then, as far as I understand, Make a Wish foundation doesn't really save children. Isn't it for helping kids cope with terminal illness by making a wish of theirs come true? I think I remember hearing a news story about a kid who wanted to be a super-hero for a day, so the foundation put this huge thing together that had Spider-man giving the kid instructions, and the kid having a lightsaber. It was cute, but it wasn't something life-saving.
Reminds me of this Onion video.
Man, this has given me so many ideas on how to be legally sadistic and ruin the careers of others if I become a millionaire.
Also, have there been any limits put on the eggs? Can they be extra small eggs? Can they be in an omelette? How fast does he have to eat them? Can they be chocolate easter eggs?