the answer is very easy. the explanation very short . how many posts will it take to get this one right?
No one will ever know..
It's an interesting question, but I don't really think it's that relevant to be honest haha. Maybe if it were a better animal or human, something with a little more importance, or status, I guess you could say.
But to answer your question...I'm going to go with the chicken. Adam and Eve weren't babies when they arrived on Earth. Maybe it was the same way for the chicken? Who knows.
As you have said. the answer is easy. unfortunately most people cant see what is in front of them. the answer is THE EGG came first. since all life on the planet has evolved from something else, it stands to reason that the chicken is the product of something else. Therefore the egg had to come first. Have a Nice day
Something that wasn't quite a modern chicken had an egg containing whatever mutation or adaptation that made the modern chicken preferable. So, an egg containing a chick from a not-quite-chicken was the first chicken.
Sounds possible??...the penis always comes first!!
Hiya Storm and Mikel. Fancy meeting you two here lol. Storm did you just say penis or did you mean pens. What on earth is this world coming to.
Also a huge hi to everyone here. It seems you have all flown south on me ROFL.
(BP walks sadly away with a dejected stride in her step)
Damn..late on the reply again
Yes I said penis, and I'll do it again...don't get me started
blondpoet is the winner. dinos laid eggs long before any chicken crossed a road.
The chicken of course, I don't think man sat on an egg till it hatched:) HaHa!
you can claim your pies at your momas house. i think theres a hub by that name . but good job on the W . thanks for playing
Funny answer......The Rooster
Profound answer....A circle has no beginnings
Scientific answer..Already been given
Well the chicken and the egg are life cycles and a cycle has no begining and no end(hope no one got confused cause i don't even understand what i just typed)
Neither. Dinosaurs came WAY before chickens or chicken eggs did.
EDIT: Darn, BP beat me to it
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