--- In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, "anonyff" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> On my TTC, back in early '71, in a big discussion about diet, prompted
> as I recall, by Andy Kaufman, who relentlessly pursued this topic with
> M, M said, about eggs:
> "One egg in a lifetime is too many."

Many / most of us took bag lunches so we could stay in our rooms and
round all day. Food service was handled by the local spanish hotel
staff. They always included a hard-boiled egg in the bag. At the
elevators in the Karina (sp?) was a daily growing huge pyramid of
eggs. Despite the plea of "no eggs" in our broken spanish. 

(Since in spanish, as I understand, there is only a suble difference
in the word for eggs "wavos" phonetic spelling,  and the word for
testicles. The kitchen staff probably thought we were saying "No
balls!" Which I am sure they thought appropriate for guys staying in
their rooms all day long.)

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