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SCRAMBLED: 'Eggless' Chicken Born In Sri Lanka

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Why did the chicken cross the road? To visit the Shell station. Which came first: the chicken or the egg? Who cares, I had a cup of coffee and a breakfast bar instead. A hen in Sri Lanka recently gave birth to a live chicken after apparently incubating the egg inside of her for 21 days. Man, could you imagine if women were only pregnant for 21 days? Earth would be FULL. Unfortunately, the chick's mother succumbed to internal injuries sustained as a result of the freaky birth, but, according to locals, was still delicious.

Thanks to DeVotchka Thrash, over easy (that's how I like mine too!) and Ann, who're convinced humans don't lay eggs anymore because we've gotten so fat we'd crack them.

There are Comments.
  • Ummm...

    It doesn't really sound like a live birth as much as it didn't properly lay the egg, and then when the chick hatched, it pecked and scratched it's way out of the hen.

  • artilleryboy

    Nice chicken

  • phillip reyes

    Sounds like a freak accident. I wont start worrying unless the chick starts breast feeding.

  • Reginald Aurelius Smythe III

    "Unfortunately, the chick's mother succumbed to internal injuries sustained as a result of the freaky birth, but, according to locals, was still delicious"

    That made me laugh.

  • Guest

    uh, oh. The chickens are evolving. There will be no omelets in the future! ( ;A;)

  • phillip reyes

     PLANET OF THE CHICKS!!!

  • LittleBigFace

    emagine if this leaks into the gene pool!

  • phillip reyes

     Who's its daddy?

  • Frédéric Purenne

    AW CRAP, and here I was hoping for wingless chicken because there's no meat, only bones in those wings!

  • Azariel_z

    And looks like a Pikatchu....

  • Yep, the apocalypse is coming.

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