I have many fond memories of the Easter season during my childhood and even today. Many of them center around chicken eggs.
When I was a little kid, my Mom purchased the coolest gizmo ever for decorating Easter eggs. It was called the Decoregger. I can only describe it as an egg clampy contraption with little markers attached. There was this handle that you could rotate the egg with while the markers made adjacent rings of color around the diameter of the shell. Without a doubt, it was one of the top three inventions of the 20th century behind only the charcoal gray Porsche 911 Targa and the stuff inside Stretch Armstrong.
And eggs weren’t the only things that you could clamp in the old Decoregger. If I remember correctly, baseballs, ping-pong balls, salt shakers, prized family heirlooms, etc. were decorated on that wonderful striping apparatus. If I could have gotten our beloved family parakeet, Don Juan, to shut-up and stop flapping his wings long enough, I’m sure I could have decorated him to look like Toucan Sam of Kellogg’s Froot Loops’ fame. Well, at least his beak anyhow. Ahhhh ... good times.
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