r/Funnymemes Jan 24 '23



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u/kenjinuro Jan 24 '23

Scrambled eggs


u/GANJAY420 Jan 24 '23

So everyone puts ketchup in their eggs and I just never knew?...


u/Jciesla Jan 24 '23

I wouldn't say "everyone". Shit, more people in this thread said their genitals than eggs


u/kL2hGHMyqMsmcx9u Jan 24 '23

Just a different kind of eggs


u/bycontinuin Jan 25 '23

in Hebrew Eggs is actually a popular word for balls. you say balls we say eggs.


u/Thegreylady13 Jan 24 '23

But literally everyone does that. Are there people out there right now with undressed genitals? I shudder to think.


u/BoofingCheese Jan 24 '23

Does horseradish count as a dressing?


u/Thegreylady13 Jan 24 '23

It can, if you’ve already boofed the cheese with it. But not always. Otherwise it’s just sauced (which is almost and maybe actually the same as dressed, but we’ve got two words, so there must be subtle difference. Maybe you dress cool foods and sauce hot ones? In that case, it’s time to take your genitals’ temperature and go from there).

This is if boofing means some sort of fucking.


u/BoofingCheese Jan 24 '23 edited Jan 24 '23

Ah perfect. And we usually call anything that goes on salad a dressing. We rarely use the term sauce unless we are referring to something specific like Worcester sauce. I've never, at least in my area, heard someone call ketchup, or really any condiment, a sauce. But I'm only speaking for my specific region as stuff like that varies, almost from state to state.

And boofing is not fucking, that would just be weird. Boofing is ingesting something (usually drugs or alcohol, but in my case mostly Havarti) via the anal cavity as a more direct route to the bloodstream.


u/Thegreylady13 Jan 24 '23

Honestly, that is more like what boofing sounds like and should be. I’m just not entirely sure that it’s what the Honorable Justice Kavanaugh meant when he wrote about it in his profound, poignant, tear-jerking calendars. I think he said it meant farting (but I think it was clear that he meant lying, and I wasn’t sure if he was lying to cover up that he meant fucking or anally ingesting things because I don’t fully trust that man to know what boofing means. Because of this, I can’t ever manage to remember if boofing is like drinking or eating with your butt or some sort of sex thing).

“It boofs the cheese into the butt, or else it goes to Pizza Hut.”

I’m going to remember this light, rhyming threat lest I forget what boofing means. You didn’t entertain this conversation just for me to turn around and be confused again in 11 months.


u/SmarterThanStupid Jan 25 '23


I'd "boof a handle of Vladimir vodka"

But I wouldn't "boof a handful of Vladimir Putin"


u/XanderpussRex Jan 24 '23

Both, as they say in Spanish, huevos.


u/sumssay Jan 25 '23

Which is a lot more understandable than ketchup on eggs. That’s just heresy


u/Blade_Omicron Jan 25 '23

Shouldn't have...but I laughed so hard, I woke up my wife


u/bikemikeasaurus Jan 25 '23

I don't think the two are mutually exclusive.


u/kablooey08 Jan 24 '23

Welcome to Reddit


u/Ater_Nefarium Jan 24 '23

Welcome to the internet


u/WiserStudent557 Jan 24 '23

Usually good eggs do not need or want ketchup. I’m still a condiment lover but I’m aware they’re frequently masking subpar quality. But a mediocre fast food egg sandwich can be elevated a bit with ketchup for sure


u/PeriodBloodCustard Jan 24 '23

Wow. One of those annoying "condiments don't go on good steak" guys, but for eggs.

Eat food however you enjoy it, people.


u/spooderman_644 Jan 24 '23

I hate anything on my steak. I wont even allow salt and pepper. I love the taste of a juicy, leaking, rare steak


u/menntsuyudoria Jan 24 '23

I disagree with this guy about eggs and ketchup but really, who puts ketchup on steak?? Especially “good” steak?


u/WellEndowedDragon Jan 25 '23

I make my scrambled eggs Gordon Ramsey style (lots of butter, crème fraiche, and constant stirring), which results in very rich and unctuous eggs. I like to mix in very small squirt of ketchup because I find that the little bit of sweetness and tang goes a long way towards balancing out the richness and creaminess of the eggs.


u/Seileen_Greenwood Jan 24 '23

They do, but they should be using salsa. As a Texan, I am baffled by the lack of salsa at breakfast when traveling.


u/DriveByStoning Jan 24 '23

There is nothing that ketchup can improve that barbecue, salsa, or hot sauce wouldn't be 1,000x better on.


u/HamOnRye__ Jan 24 '23

As a fellow Texan, smother my eggs with salsa / picante sauce and cholula.

I refuse to make scrambled eggs without pouring hot sauce into them when their on the skillet.


u/Nerry19 Jan 24 '23

Mmmmm I love salsa with my scrambled eggs, it's just glorious.


u/SilverStag88 Jan 25 '23

Nah just everyone who overcooks the shit out of their eggs and has to douse em in ketchup just to get them down.


u/willmen08 Jan 25 '23

I am not a fan of ketchup on my eggs. I’m sure a few people agree with me.


u/CompetitivelyAverage Jan 24 '23

I prefer sriracha or BBQ sauce


u/scamp41 Jan 24 '23

This but for literally everything you might put ketchup on.


u/type1goat Jan 24 '23

My girlfriend puts so much random shit on her eggs it makes me want to throw up


u/No_Poet_7244 Jan 24 '23

Not everyone. I find the practice nauseating.


u/Slacker1988 Jan 24 '23

Id say with eggs it’s team hot sauce vs team eggs.


u/helix212 Jan 24 '23

Scrambled eggs or an omelette I can reason with. Any other type of egg just seems odd.


u/Any-Construction-632 Jan 24 '23

Not everyone. I like to put it all over my eggs, not the insides...

footnote: by eggs I mean balls


u/user_on_read Jan 24 '23

I just salt and pepper them. Sometimes just salt


u/NotSoNiceO1 Jan 24 '23

Yes eggs. Try it but not with maple syrup


u/Project_Wild Jan 24 '23

I prefer hot sauce, but some ketchup on eggs is not so bad!


u/Bearfoot42 Jan 24 '23

You are definitely not alone with this. We love you.


u/1buffalowang Jan 24 '23

I do sometimes but if it’s eggs with meat but if I got pancakes/waffles I drench them in syrup


u/Diab9lic Jan 24 '23

Try syrup instead. You're welcome.


u/Olaith2 Jan 24 '23

Yes, they are good like that. Just like everything else don't overdo it.


u/QuietStrawberry7102 Jan 24 '23

Fried eggs (in butter) on toast with ketchup is fucking incredible


u/shinhit0 Jan 25 '23

I honestly can only eat scrambled eggs with ketchup. Plain is just gross.


u/friendofthesmokies Jan 25 '23

To be fair, I only use ketchup on poorly prepared eggs, usually accompanied by a mild hot sauce. If the eggs are cooked correctly, I prefer them without any condiments.


u/PrivilegedCisMale Jan 25 '23

I use to put it on eggs but switched to soy sauce. Much better.


u/SmarterThanStupid Jan 25 '23

On* their eggs. like over, or as i prefer dipping into, I couldn't imagine cooking them together...


u/notwilliammurdoch Jan 24 '23

Only when scrambled eggs are made with milk.

Plain scrambled? No way.


u/[deleted] Jan 24 '23

All over my face


u/Howard_Cosine Jan 24 '23

Only if accompanied by Tabasco.


u/1IIvc3 Jan 24 '23

Only right choice


u/DirkDieGurke Jan 25 '23

Chorizo con huevos.


u/Merc_Mike Jan 25 '23

Scrambled Eggs and HASHBrowns.


u/InfernoEmberZ Jan 25 '23

This is deeply upsetting