Don't flip but cook the top with hot grease splashed over = sunny side up. Best served with grits.
Flip without breaking the yolk = over easy.
Break the yolk and mix loosely before flipping = stirred or scrambled (but most people scramble eggs by mixing them up in a bowl with a little milk before pouring them into the pan).
Can't think of ever hearing anyone wanting their yolk intact but cooked through.
Very rare to find anyone putting butter on a ham sandwich here -- mayo, mustard yes. Again, never saw butter on a ham sandwich until I went to Bermuda, although I have seen people here put jelly on their McD's sausage-egg-and-cheese biscuit.' "Hold the mayo" will usually get you a dry sandwich.
OBTW, bacon was intended to be fried (refer to 'sunny side up'), not boiled. Microwaving is okay when absolutely unavoidable.