I have seen a lot of "wiggler" ideas and wanted to share mine along with instructions. It was made with, of course, help from one of my chickens and stuff I had laying around the house. The items I used are 1 egg, 3 clean bowls, a thumbtack, scissors, SuperGlue Gel, Aloe Vera Gel, and a meat injector syringe. Start by poking a hole in the bottom end of your egg with the thumbtack. Do this in your hand to insure the other end of the egg doesn't crack or break. Next, using scissors, break away enough of the shell so that the syringe can fit into the egg without difficulty. I made the hole about twice the diameter of the syringe. After you have made a big enough opening, insert the syringe, which will puncture the yolk. Carefully begin pulling back on the plunger of the syringe until the syringe is full of egg matter. Expel the egg matter into a bowl. Repeat until you can no longer remove any more. Next, rinse your syringe and fill a bowl with very cold water. Do not use warm or hot water as it may "cook" any remaining egg matter still inside and it will be impossible to get out. Fill the syringe with cold water from the bowl and expel it into the egg. Shake the egg to clean the inside and remove the water/egg mixture with the syringe. Repeat this until the water comes out clear. It took 4 rinses for me. After your egg is clean, place the egg in a 200 degree oven for about 15 minutes to dry any remaining protein in the egg. Let cool about 10-15 minutes. Fill a bowl with enough Aloe Vera Gel to fill the egg. Fill your syringe with the gel and expel the gel into the egg until it is almost full. Oops, I forgot about the SuperGlue Gel I bought a couple of weeks ago from the dollar store. Apply glue to the hole and let dry. Now you have a "wiggler"! Lastly, i reserved the egg mixture and scrambled it and put it in the microwave for 35 seconds and gave it to the chickens so nothing was wasted!