Which Came First; The Chicken Or The Egg?

Ladies and gentlemen, I have finally figured it out

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But I say, the chicken came first

Why? The chicken is a creature, the egg is not a creature. The egg is a temporary state. And it is not only chickens that produce eggs. Other animals do. So if you say the egg came first, my question is how do you know it’s not an ostrich’s egg or a cooked egg? How can you be sure a chicken is coming from there?

If an egg fails to produce a chicken, that’s it! The egg is done. But if a chicken fails to produce an egg, it can still produce another egg.

How did it even become a smart question? “Which came first; the chicken or the egg?”

If the egg started it all, how many eggs do you think the world began with?

Here is another thing; there are different kinds of chickens. The female ones lay eggs, the male doesn’t. If the egg produces a male chicken, that’s the end of the process in that line. The line has to continue with another female chicken. So, for the continuity we have in the world today, do you think it all started with one egg? I don’t think so.

Why didn’t Noah pick two eggs and leave the chickens out?

He knew! He knew that it started from the chickens, not the eggs. Okay, if you don’t want to agree, let me ask you this:

Doomsday is upon the world, you have to preserve all of life in a massive bunker, would you pick 2 eggs over a male and female chicken? Would you even pick 5 eggs or 20?

I guess you wouldn’t. So why do we ask this chicken and egg question like it were so smart? It sounded so smart to me too until I broke it down like this. So, it is clear:

The chicken came first, the egg is just a temporary phase

I rest my case

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