Tuesday Morning – MOO Egg Hunt Trivia, Clues and Winners

11th March 2008 by Alicia

Hello and Good morning.

I thought we’d start today with a little bit of MOO Egg Hunt trivia to help get you in the right frame of mind for a day of hunting…

Fact 1. So far we have had had over 3,500 entries into the MOO Egg Hunt
Fact 2. Of all of our winners to date, we have had 20 x two-times winners, 10 x three-times winners, 3 x four-times winners and 1 x five-time winner
Fact 3. The egg with the most entries was Egg One (hidden in our FAQs) with over 450 entries.
Fact 4. The egg with the fewest entries was Egg Six (typing ‘lapin’ revealed the egg on our homepage) with only 2 valid entries.
Fact 5. Over the weekend, the country with the most found eggs in the ‘Great Outdoors’ was the UK, followed by the USA and then also high on the list was New Zealand, France, Canada and Japan.

Interesting, right? Anyway, enough of all that. How about some more hidden eggs? It seems yesterday’s clues left some of your stumped so we’re going to take it easy today with one clue in the morning and two in the afternoon to give your brains a breather. Now, let’s get on with the clue, eh?

Clue for Egg Twenty-Eight
There once was a happy customer
Who came by to place an order
She filled up their cart
And she went to depart
When an Egg she found at the closure!


And finally, the hints, locations and resting places of Eggs Twenty-Three and Twenty-Four – the Egg Cracking heroes are:

Egg Twenty-Three: sarah, at 11.07
Hint #1: The first line is a hint about a first name.
Hint #2: The last line is a hint about a last name.
Hint #3: The middle bits should help you find him on out site… and once again, the egg of course.
Still stuck? We’d hidden this little egg on on the MOO designer page of Michael Bedard!.

Egg Twenty-Four: Stephen Shirley, at 11.04
Hint #1: What partner site features handmade items?
Hint #2: There’s an important verb in the last stanza.
Hint #3: The verb is also a link on the site where the egg is hiding.
Still stuck? The link was hidden on Etsy’s Press page

shhhh – I’ve also added hints for Eggs Twenty-Five, Twenty-Six and Twenty-Seven

Comments (15)

  1. Zachary:

    Do I have to actually place an order to find the egg? I went through all the steps up to actually ordering something and didn’t see an egg…maybe I missed it though.

  2. Y:

    Hahaha, looking at Fact 5, I’m a little bummed that there aren’t any ‘Great Outdoors’ eggs here in Australia. :P I’m sure we could give the rest of the world a run for their money!

    But yay, more clues! :D

  3. Ramie:

    Zachary, I thought that too. You’re on the right site, of course, but you need to think about the clue differently. Remember it’s moo, they’re sneaky with these clues!

  4. juco:

    Yay! I got Egg 28!

  5. Alicia:


    We’re sad there aren’t any in Oz too. But though our network stretches pretty far, I guess it doesn’t stretch to Australia. We’ll know who to ask next time though!

    We do have some hidden in NZ, if you fancy a trip across the pond ;-)

  6. katie:

    @Ramie, I also can’t help but think the same as Zachary. It’s really not where we seem to be thinking it is? Any sly hints?

  7. Mort:

    I think I found 28, right when the end of my tether had been reached.
    Next time you are doing this and if I am located in Australia or South Africa I would be glad to help out. (At the moment I am in London and have my camera)

  8. Lloyda:

    yey! i found #28

  9. katie:

    Oh yeah, I also wanted to say I was *so* sad to see there was nothing in Los Angeles. Please, if you ever want to do *anything* here, I will help in any way you need.

  10. Ramie:

    Katie, focus on the last sentence, the last word really. Once I did that I found it no problem :)

  11. Soo Yin:

    oooo….sneaky sneaky!

  12. katie:

    It all makes so much sense now! Thanks Ramie!

  13. lisa:

    can someone help me??

    AIM: penguinfreak8182

    i am so horribly stuck

  14. bryan:

    is there an egg 87? because i found one :/

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