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Definition

March 20, 2017

Boldreified egg
phrase

Something that is impossible.

Example of usage: Life on Mercury, you say? That’s definitely a boldreified egg.

Origin: ‘Boldreified’ is ‘boiled fried’, scrambled. A boldreified egg, therefore, is an egg that’s boiled, fried and scrambled – in other words, an impossible thing.

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