At the beginning of this egg drop, you see a game board covered in black and white eggs. Next, you were given 6 sections of a poem at the end of 6 random posts on the home page. To assemble the poem in the correct order, you use the number that was provided with each section. After that, you need to look at the poem and the egg board side-by-side. 

If you have played bingo, battleship, or used a spreadsheet, you will know that you can refer to each egg below using a letter and a number. For example. the bow tie egg below is D2, the star egg is B1, the ? egg is C4, etc… Next, you will notice that each line of the poem is describing one of the eggs. The first line is “I have lots of love.” There is only one egg with hearts on it, so that line is referring to egg E3. Go through each line to find out which egg is being described. See below for answers. Once you have collected all the egg numbers, put them together and you have your password:

E3D1B1B5C2B2B4E5A4C1D2C4E2D4A2B3E4D3A1D5C5A5C3A3

To use the password, click on the only egg that was not mentioned in the poem. You can try out the password by clicking on egg E1 in the image below.


I have lots of love.
I have gold in a pot.
I have things from above.
And this is my spot!

I seem to be growing
I’m not really done.
My inside is showing.
I’m starting to run.

I’m covered in stripes
I look like a pie.
I’m a little dressed up
And I don’t know why.

I’m a little bit wavy.
I add up to five.
I have more than flowers.
Now look at me fly!

I have two around.
But mine went askew.
Mine go up and down.
Who took mine? You?

I have a few big ones.
I have 3 up top.
Mine follow a river.
Now look at me hop!

E3
D1
B1
B5

C2
B2
B4
E5

A4
C1
D2
C4

E2
D4
A2
B3

E4
D3
A1
D5

C5
A5
C3
A3