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Today the Department of Impossible Cuteness invites you to play another round of “Eat it or keep it as a pet?” RocketNews24 assembled an overwhelmingly kawaii collection of hard-boiled eggs that’ve been altered and decorated to turn them into all sorts of cute bento creatures, from chickens, bunnies, cows and pandas to Pikachu and a wee baby seal.

Could you conquer the debilitating cuteness of these enhanced eggs in order to enjoy them as lunch?

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A T-6 Assembly line at North American Aviations Inglewood California plant

A T-6 Assembly line at North American Aviations Inglewood California plant

A total of 18,482 B-24’s were built by September 1945 At Fords giant Willow Run plant

A total of 18,482 B-24’s were built by September 1945 At Fords giant Willow Run plant

B-24 Assembly Line 1943 Willow Run Plant

B-24 Assembly Line 1943 Willow Run Plant

B-24 Liberator Assembly Line at Ford Willow Run Bomber Plant circa 1944

B-24 Liberator Assembly Line at Ford Willow Run Bomber Plant circa 1944

B-24 Liberator Production-Consolidated Aircraft

B-24 Liberator Production-Consolidated Aircraft

B-24 Liberator Production-Consolidated Aircraft

B-24 Liberator Production-Consolidated Aircraft

Some sort of B-24 mishap on the Willow Run Apron 1943

Some sort of B-24 mishap on the Willow Run Apron 1943

Dissembled B-24 Willow Run Plant 1943

Dissembled B-24 Willow Run Plant 1943

TA “moto-tug” towing a shiny B-24 on the runway apron outside the Willow Run Bomber Plant 1944

TA “moto-tug” towing a shiny B-24 on the runway apron outside the Willow Run Bomber Plant 1944

The 8,000th B-24 in Flight 1945

The 8,000th B-24 in Flight 1945

The Last B-24 Bomber June 28 1945

The Last B-24 Bomber June 28 1945