Almost everyone likes eggs — they're an easy breakfast and a good source of protein — but there are certain people who love eggs. These people firmly believe that everything (literally everything) is better with an egg on top. Is that you?
For all the huevo devotees out there, we've rounded up 10 eccentric, egg-centric finds. Each one will either put those egg-loving ways on display for all to see, or help make the egg-eating process easier and way more fun.
- Egg Rugg, $130 at Surface Werks: Perhaps the best kitchen rug an egg-lover will ever find in her life, this handmade cutie looks almost good enough to eat. (The Etsy shop also offers a similar one for avocado obsessives.)
- Eggs iPhone Case, $45 at Casetify: For the egghead who wants to put her love on display outside of the kitchen, this iPhone case (filled with liquid glitter to make a sizzling skillet effect) is the perfect accessory.
- Sunny Side Up Dish Towel, $6 at Crate & Barrel: Whether you prefer your eggs sunny-side up or scrambled, this festive yellow dish towel is beyond appropriate for a kitchen that always has eggs cooking.
- Sumo Egg Cups, $14 at Animi Causa: These adorable (yet functional!) cups turn eggs into sumo wrestlers, adding a little whimsy to your soft-boiled egg eating routine.
- Over Everything Mug, $19 at Seltzer Goods: Just because breakfast is your favorite meal of the day doesn't mean you're a morning person. This mug not only declares your stance on eggs, but it also lets your coworkers know that they should leave you alone until you get a few cups of coffee in.
- Society6 Fried Eggs Tote Bag, $18: "I can't believe we're out of eggs again," the egg-lover is often known to lament. This tote is the perfect bag to take on yet another run to the store.
- Egg Necklace, $28 at Lana Para: They say diamonds are a girl's best friend, but eggs do a body good (or is that milk?). Either way, you might gladly ditch a blingy pendant for this necklace.
- Ham N Eggs Potholder & Scraper, $15 at Fred & Friends: Don't be fooled by the whimsey of this set. It features heavy-duty kitchen tools that will actually come in handy. The ham serves as a potholder or trivet, and the nylon egg can be used as a pan scraper during breakfast cleanup.
- Lucky Peach All About Eggs, $18: This just-released book not only celebrates the egg as the world's most important food, but also includes tons of egg-centric recipes. You'll want to crack it open right away!
- Timey, $6 at JoieShop: Sure, this timer is a little wacky, but breakfast doesn't have to be all that serious.