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Watch Danny DeVito Explain How to Eat Eggs on Broadway

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Danny DeVito has been acting for nearly 50 years. He's currently performing in Arthur Miller's play The Price on Broadway. In his current role, DeVito is called upon to eat a hard-boiled egg while delivering lines. As a professional actor, he has thought quite a lot about how to do this properly—how can you eat the egg while speaking clearly and making it a character moment?

In this micro-master-class video courtesy of The New York Times, DeVito shares what he's learned. This is likely the most in-depth discussion of egg-related acting ever committed to film—and it will be extremely useful to the handful of actors who must accomplish this rare feat. Dig in:

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How to Say Merry Christmas in 26 Different Languages
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“Merry Christmas” is a special greeting in English, since it’s the only occasion we say “merry” instead of “happy.” How do other languages spread yuletide cheer? Ampersand Travel asked people all over the world to send in videos of themselves wishing people a “Merry Christmas” in their own language, and while the audio quality is not first-rate, it’s a fun holiday-themed language lesson.

Feel free to surprise your friends and family this year with your new repertoire of foreign-language greetings.

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