Considering how often I eat eggs - and therefore how often this happens - I would be so grateful if someone has a hack for this:
You're cracking eggs open into a bowl or glass (or worse in this scenario, into a hot pan of ready bacon grease). A fragment or fragments of eggshell suddenly fall into your yolks and whites. How do you quickly fish it out?
My current method is a bunch of bumbling trying to grab it/them with my fingertips while said fragments slip from my clutches time and again.
On the plus side, they say natural egg shells are a good source of calcium, similar to the eating of small bones. I bet paleo man ate more than a few egg shell bits! THose mistakes might actually be healthy for you! Those who make homemade cat food often grind up natural egg shell as a calcium source for the kitty. Just make sure you are eating natural eggs. Store bought eggs are coated with plastic crap to make the shells more fracture resistant and you don't want to be eating that crap, calcium or no.
What I do when that happens is use a fork to push the shell to the outer edge of the white, let it cook for a minute, and then cut that bit of white part off and feed it to the dog (I'd give it to the cat but kitty does not like egg whites, only yokes)