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As well as all the entries for finding online eggs, we’re also starting to see lots more entries come in for eggs found in our products and in the ‘Great Outdoors’. I thought it might be nice to share some of these photos with you. (Not of our products, nice as those are you’ve seen those on the MOO site already!)
Here are a couple of photos from different corners of the world;
Jo Eaton, finding an Egg in New Zealand
Paul Beech, finding one of the Eggs hidden in London.
Carlos, finding an Egg in Barcelona.
So there you have it. Our eggs really have travelled all over, and you’ve been hot …Continue reading this article…
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, …Continue reading this article…
Good Afternoon Egg Hunters, and let me present not one, not two, but three cracking clues for you to un-scramble. These three clues should keep even the best of you occupied for a little while.
Before we get started, I thought you might be interested to know that we’ve just heard from the MOO Crew at sxswi – and before midday! It was the MOO, Etsy, Threadless and Timbuk2 ‘People Powered Party’ last night in Austin, so we weren’t expecting a peep out of them for another few hours at least.
It sounds like they all had a lot of fun – we hear the queues were big, but most people made it through the doors …Continue reading this article…
Good Morning lovely Egg Hunters, and welcome back to another week of hunting! Didn’t we all have a fun week last week? You hunted for eggs here, there are everywhere. We hid eggs online in places like You Tube, Ponoko, Etsy, Timbuk2 and Boing Boing, and in the ‘Great Outdoors’ in countries including New Zealand, Belgium, France and Japan, and of course in our products, and you found them all. And we’ve got another busy week ahead of us.
The ‘Great Outdoors’ Hunt continues throughout this week, so if you didn’t get a chance to make it out to hunt for eggs, there’s still time. Pop along to our Flickr Egg Hunt Group to find …Continue reading this article…
The Great Outdoors Egg Hunt is well underway! We’ve hidden Eggs in as many places as possible all over the globe, as part of the MOO Egg Hunt. A crack team of Egg-hiders have been working hard from London to Tokyo, San Francisco to Barcelona and Brighton.
Apologies if we didn’t manage to hide Eggs near you – the MOO Crew’s family and friend network is wide, but not quite every-city-in-the-world wide… yet!
Eggs have been spotted all over the place, and we’re extremely impressed with Frances Wong, who even managed to find an Egg the middle of a huge Tornoto snowstorm, as you can see in this beautiful photo!
The details you need to find an Egg near you …Continue reading this article…
It’s Friday afternoon! That’s exciting for two reasons – maybe even three. First up, of course, it’s nearly the weekend, and you can’t really complain about that… Second, the MOO Great Outdoors Egg Hunt starts tomorrow at 12.01am GMT! Yes, we’ve hidden Eggs all over the world – little stickers – and they could be hiding in a city near you.
Our team of global friends have hidden eggs everywhere from London to Montreal, Bordeaux to Oaxaca. Not to mention; Tokyo, Paris, Niagra Falls, Toronto, New York, Brighton, Glasgow, BC, Oslo, Barcelona, Brussels, Silicon Valley, Wellington, Oxford, Austin, Konstanz and San Francisco!
Hidden up trees, in bars, stuck to statues, on walls, by rivers, near bridges, at the theatre, …Continue reading this article…
Welcome to the last day of the first week of MOO’s Egg Hunt. Hopefully you’ve had a great week of thinking, browsing, collaborating and avoiding work, lectures, chores, deadlines and even your own mother, to try to figure out where our little eggs are hiding. I must say, you’ve done us proud.
Seeing as it’s Friday, and we’re feeling chirpy, we’re also going to help you out with a couple of hints for yesterday afternoon’s clues, so check back in the last post for a bit of help if you want it.
Good afternoon, and Good morning to those of you just waking up around the world. Hopefully, wherever you are, you all have a nice cup of tea and some chocolate biscuits in hand, as you prepare to tackle these next clues.
Seeing as you are all doing so well with the clues leading you to eggs hidden online, you might want to take the further challenge of venturing into the ‘Great Outdoors’ over the weekend, to find eggs hidden in various cities around the world. So make sure you have some comfy walking shoes, a working digital camera/phone and a sense of adventure. We’ll be announcing where we’ve hidden eggs tomorrow, so look out for that.
It’s also worth …Continue reading this article…
Good morning. I’m Alicia (you may have seen me popping up now and again) and whilst Denise is jetting across the Atlantic to go to SXSW I’m going to help *shell* out the clues.
We’ve been so impressed with everyone’s clue-cracking skills that we don’t think we need to offer any hints this morning. In fact, perhaps we need to make the clues a bit harder, just so you don’t get too complacent!?
I must admit that I am a little jealous of you all. I love solving cryptic clues and puzzles and this Egg Hunt seems to be a lot of fun for everyone taking part. The *eggspectation* of each new clue, the *eggcitement* at finding a …Continue reading this article…
Yes, it’s that time again – more clues for the Egg Hunt crews (that’s you, incase you were wondering). But first, a very quick update!
You might be interested to know that while a lot of people found the Egg hidden in the FAQ, only two people found the one hidden in the source of the Text MiniCards page… Lots of you seemed to find this morning’s clues, and it seems 387,819 have now found and watched the great Cat of 1000 Faces video – even if they aren’t too sure what it is they’re looking at!
Don’t forget MOO Eggs are hidden in with your orders too, so keep your eyes open.
Ok – on with the …Continue reading this article…
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