Well technically it's not gramatically correct but it means the same thing so idk.
I said "a egg" and it was wrong? Is there a different word for "A" than "an"
if the word after the article starts with a vowel you should use the article "an" and if it is a consonant you should use "a"
eg. an apple, a bird
If you want to hear people giggle, go into a Mexican store or restaurant and ask the person working if they have eggs. "tienes huevos?"
In Chinese, we also use eggs as a jargon for testicles. Man this is universal.
the slow translation sounds like it's saying la huevo. Do any of you also hear that