Everyone knows the question what came first, the chicken or the egg, yet no one knows the answer—except for me. If you keep on reading this post, then you’ll know the answer… like me.
Here is how the answer could be the chicken. Two British scientists who “think they solved the riddle” believe the answer is a clear as a sunny day… it’s the chicken. Their evidence is that a certain protein inside the chicken’s egg that is only carried in the ovaries. Guess what? Only chickens can hold the protein. So in English that means the chicken has to be the answer because of the protein. So in order for the chicken to make the egg it must mate with a rooster. So how did roosters come to be? I don’t know. But we do know the answer of the riddle which came first, the chicken or the egg. The British scientists’ evidence sounds promising— but does it?
Verdict: It’s the chicken.
Here is how the answer could be the egg. Have you ever heard of Darwin’s Theory of Evolution? Neither have I. Just kidding. Well you know how the dinosaurs got extinct. It has been scientifically proven that chickens are descendants of dinosaurs. So how does that play in? It plays in by knowing how did chickens came to be. I have a theory that chickens came from dinosaurs and are mutations. Mutations… oh are you talking about Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Nope, I’m straight out saying that chickens are mutated dinosaurs, and have adapted to live in today’s society. So that means the first chicken was hatched out of an EGG to be alive. Then more mutations popped up, and more, and more , and more. Until the chicken population grew, and there was no more dinosaurs. The egg came before the chicken.
Verdict: It’s the egg.
Drumroll please. Crash, bang, crash, slap, Boom. I know it’s the egg. Using science and a theory of evolution has made my answer a law. Not really, because who is going to believe a 13 year old boy. Do you believe me or scientists?