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Funny Egg Faces Partied Hard

The weekend is here, and for some of you, that might mean time to party hard! But, hopefully not too hard. Too much whiskey, wine and song can turn a great party sour awful fast. Just ask these bad eggs here. Judging by the poor guy’s little “accident” and the looks on the egg faces […] The post Funny Egg Faces Partied Hard appeared first on Mighty Optical Illusions.
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