How to Breed Eggs




Everybody's always wondered what came first... The chicken, or the egg? Well I can't answer that but, I can tell you how to breed eggs!

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Step 1: Find Some Adult Eggs.

Adult eggs are hard to find, but if you head to your local super market I'm sure they'll have adult eggs. If you can't find adult eggs; buy some baby eggs, wait ten years, and then you'd have adult eggs!

Step 2: Get a Privacy Box!

Eggs need privacy to breed silly! So, go find a card board box and leave two eggs (or three if your freaky naughty) alone all night, and maybe, just maybe you'll get baby eggs!

Step 3: Now You Have Baby Eggs!!!!!!

If your eggs bred correctly, you should have baby eggs within the next few days! If not, try again. After five trys, diagnose your male egg with e.d. or infertility, or diagnose your female egg with infertility.

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    44 Discussions


    5 years ago on Introduction


    Marik I.

    5 years ago

    Wtf…anyway FYI the egg came first


    6 years ago

    If egg breeding is what makes you happy...


    10 years ago on Introduction

    I CAN answer the question "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?" The question does not specify that the eggs were chicken eggs. Reptiles lay eggs too. Reptiles were around laying eggs long before chickens ever set foot on this planet. So you can conclude that the egg came first. :-D

    5 replies

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Personally, I always liked the response that I got from a Pasteur. "Its obvious that the Chicken came first! I just cant picture God sitting on a pair of eggs waiting for them to hatch."


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Theres actually a better way to solve it. Chickens are constantly evolving like every other creature, and the latest chicken must have started out as an egg.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bit of logic there.

    Good workaround on the classic riddle.

    It would only be un-sovleable if it were too specific. Also it would become irrelevant lol


    8 years ago on Step 3

    this doesn't work i will answer all you're questions eggs are chicks but not yet hatched while the ones in the store haven't even been fertilized.


    Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

    Of course it worked! Who doesn't breed eggs?!? (Listen, you can hear sarcasm in the air.)


    10 years ago on Introduction

    wow "(or three if your freaky naughty)" nice. i tried to breed an egg and something is wrong. the baby just sits there and says the letter "g" repetitively. i think it's missing a few chromosomes...