Bord Bia: The way we eat our eggs can reveal a lot about our character

Bord Bia: The way we eat our eggs can reveal a lot about our character

New research from Bord Bia reveals how we take our eggs says a lot about us.

It's all part of World Egg Day today.

Fans of boiled eggs are generally women, and health conscious, while if you are a scrambler, you are a loyal friend, and a bit conservative.

The poacher is energetic, friendly and can be a perfectionist.

Lovers of fried eggs, with the sunny side up, tend to be more curious, creative and imaginative, but over easy people are more shy types and creatures of habit.

Bord Bia: The way we eat our eggs can reveal a lot about our character


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