+138 The egg came first, because chickens evolved from dinosaurs. amirite?

by Anonymous 1 year ago

Evolutionarily speaking, something that was almost a chicken laid a chicken egg.

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Almost a chicken but not a chicken.

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Yes, that's how evolution works

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Good point. Any egg is an egg (dinosaur, chicken, platypus, human ovum) but chickens are judged more strictly than generic eggs. You'd have to rephrase it as "what came first, the Gallus domesticus or the Gallus domesticus egg?"

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Even then it's pretty simple. During the evolution at one point one species evolved enough to produce the first specimen of gallus domesticus. This individuals egg clearly was the first gallus domesticus egg. So the answer is egg.

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Agreed! Case closed on the chicken and egg question

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Shhhh there's religious people here !

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Where? Hide me!

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Look! An ark! Over there, quickly!

by Anonymous 2 years ago

No no no... Come get in this furnace, way safer

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Dinosaurs are chickens No evolution needed

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Actually the chicken came 1st. All over the eggs face...

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Ayyo

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Dinosaurs also come from eggs. Maybe the embryo is where the evolved genetics mutate.

by Anonymous 2 years ago

Which came first? The dinosaur or the egg?

by Anonymous 2 years ago

The egg, when life first emerged from the ocean they laid eggs on land because there were no predators. These creatures were semi-amphibious. At the time there was only plants on land so their offspring were safe.

by Anonymous 2 years ago