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Any of you out there to answer this question? What came first, the chicken or the egg?
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The egg must have come first. If a chicken crawled back into it's vajayjay, it would be last to go, 'cause the world would cease to exist. That is why farmer Brown takes the head off 1st, otherwise the chicken would figure out what is about to happen and take us all out. So if the chicken was trying to cross the road, really this is just a metaphor and truly means that it may think that if the wormhole is to stick its head in yourknowwhere and ending it here, then it is trying to get to the other side of the universe (universe=Road in life).

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Here's an excerpt of something I wrote in a high school paper:


At a deeper level, one's response to this question may reveal their deep philosophical feelings on origins. So, the answer really depends on ones feelings about creationism and evolutionism. In the most formal form of creationism, the chicken was created as an animal by an omnipotent being, which puts the chicken first.


In evolutionism, the chicken was created as the mutant offspring of another creature that wasn't quite a chicken. As the theory goes, some creature layed an egg, out of which came the first chicken. In that case, it means the egg comes first.


The real question to ponder is, where did the atoms that make up the chicken come from?

In any case, my answer to the above question is, "It doesn't matter, they are both delicious"

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