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Old 04-03-2015, 05:44 PM   #1
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A beautiful thing when they finally come out of their shell!

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....So you're saying it was the EGG that came first.......Mystery solved!!!!!
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Look and they're getting along so well there in the box!
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Not technically a chicken yet, but cute.

I was actually expecting to see a rubber chicken . . .

No bones there ! ! !
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The chicken came first. God did not lay any eggs.

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