Watch How To Scramble Eggs Inside The Shell (Video)

If you've ever been unable to decide between making scrambled eggs or hard-boiled eggs, or if you're simply looking for a new way to prepare them, you're in luck.

There's a good reason this video has gotten so much attention, and we have to admit that we are totally mesmerized by that perfectly golden boiled egg.

According to the video, uploaded by YouTube user NightHawkInLight, all you need to do is take the sleeve of a long sleeve shirt or a pantyhose leg. Secure the egg by fastening tightly wound rubber bands or twine on each side -- make sure they are fastened tight so that the egg doesn't have room to move around, or it might slide. Take an end of the sleeve in each hand, with the egg in the center, and then spin the sleeve until it is tightly wound. Then, very carefully, pull the egg tightly so that the sleeve straightens out rapidly. Do this at least 12 times.

If you want to double check to make sure the egg is fully scrambled, you can shine a bright light on it before boiling -- if it's properly scrambled, it will let either no light through or a tiny bit of red lights. An unscrambled egg will be bright with a yellow tint.

This process can make the egg shells a little weaker, so it's best to place the eggs in the water and heat it until bubbles form on the shells -- but not a full boil. Turn the burner off and let the eggs sit in the hot water for 15 minutes. After that, immediately transfer the eggs to cold water so that they stop cooking. This also makes the shell easier to peel.

Then, all you have to do is remove the shell and you'll have a beautiful golden egg. Look how cool that is!