Students are talking: crayons, eggs and a fork

When faced with a hard decision students have some surprising answers. Would you rather eat a box of crayons, or a raw egg?

“I’d go with an egg, because a box of crayons would be grueling,” said senior Matt Windsor.

“A box of crayons, because crayons look yummy!” said senior Tylor Bryan.

“I’d eat a raw egg, because I don’t like the taste of wax,” said senior Jolie Stoddard.

In the last 97 years, over 100 billion Crayola crayons have been made.

“Probably a box of crayons because I wouldn’t die from it,” said junior Kristen Getter.

“A raw egg, because it would get it over faster,” said junior Ali Meek.

“A box of crayons; they’re more colorful, and I like the smell of them,” said senior Alyssa Flick.

In the U.S. about 1 in every 20,000 eggs is contaminated with salmonella.

“I’d go with crayons, even though they smell funny, because I don’t wanna get sick,” said senior Alyssa Anderson.

“A box of crayons, because they’re not toxic,” said freshman Nathan Thorson.

“A box of crayons, because a raw egg sounds really gross. Then I could eat cool colors, like mac and cheese,” said senior Meghan Nortman.

“A raw egg, because you can get it over with faster,” said senior Kelsey Peterson.