In my nursery school in the very early 70s, I raised such a big fuss about eggs that they were pulled from the menu.
My aversion to eggs is reflected by the term "eggy slime," which I started using when I was a student in Oberlin College in the late 80s. Another oviphobe and good friend of mine, Susan Bedell, liked to incorporate my little catch phrases in her own lingo, and she started using the term "eggy slime" as well.
Later, in the post Big Fun days of the late 90s, the term "eggy slime" enjoyed a bit of a resurgence when it was discovered in my speach by Jessika, who, like Susan, also occasionally latches onto my catch phrases. Jessika, by the way, enjoys eggs a great deal, and always goes for the egg salad bagel at Bodos Bagels.