So this is based on the idiom: "What doesn't kill you makes you stronger." These words are usually meant for those who are going through a hard time. However for this week's competition this idiom will be taken literally. Your minions will get more attack as they take damage.
"Not the kind that you put on toasts for breakfast."
There are two puns here: #1 - "Exciting" and "Egg-Sighting" - The project card (the effect is for both palyers) is about finding and stealing eggs from the wild which you don't know what's in them so it's exciting. #2 - "Poached Egg" can mean that it's stolen from the wild or it's a kind of cooked egg for food, which is referenced in the flavor text.
Note: Basically, the card summons a 0/2 egg for each player and chooses a random beast, each egg then summon that same beast when it dies, e.g.
, both players will not know what the egg's deathrattle will summon.
The card's name is a pun on the phrase play of words on the phrase "Time flies", taking the word "flies" as an animal, instead of as a verb. The flavor text is also a joke on the extended version of the idiom "Time flies like an arrow".
Thematically, the card is pretty dark: a magic hourglass broke and released a horde of fearsome insects that steal your opponent's life time. Also, Mana Crystals gained with cards represent traveling to the future, just like
from the Taverns of Time event.