There are many classic Filipino foods that I wouldn't touch with a ten-foot pole.
But one that I do like is called itlog na maalat or salted egg. When you go to the market here, you can differentiate them from normal eggs by their color. They're dyed a migraine-inducing purple.
These babies are ready to eat. Remove the shell, slice 'em up, and they make a fine topping for a lot of dishes. Earlier today I had a bibingka (something like a rice cake) topped with cheese and coconut flakes and butter and slices of salted egg. Yummy.
The Tagalog word for egg is itlog. This word is also used when talking about balls (and I don't mean the kind children play with).
Which reminds me of a couple of classic Pinoy jokes about eggs/balls/itlog.
Q: How do you make your eggs red?
A: Slap 'em.
Q: How do you make your eggs salty?
A: Go jogging
No, I don't think we have jokes about blue balls/eggs. But what the blazes do I know.