Embeded Egg Drop??

I was on a call with a tech person the other day and they wanted to know if a delete link that we have on our site had a embedded egg drop in the source code.  Does anyone know what he ment?
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DB_FuryAsked:
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rrzCommented:
Easter joke ?
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DB_FuryAuthor Commented:
well, this was about two weeks ago so i dont that that is the case
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VenabiliCommented:
That's an eggdrop: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eggdrop and I had played with it in the past.. - but I cannot see how this can be connected to any delete links... Maybe some strange question was shown to them and they thought it might be a bot?

Maybe he meant an Easter Egg: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Easter_egg_(media) because of something that happened after the delete?

Any chance of you not hearing the words properly? Because other from this... I have no idea what this might mean.
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DB_FuryAuthor Commented:
thanks
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