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Welcome to Egg City
317th day of 2007
Everyone knows that birds only lay eggs in mid-flight. But, has anyone ever wondered if it were possible for these bird eggs to fall 320,000 feet without exploding upon impact? For those that have wondered, the answer is clearly yes, for otherwise, all birds would be extinct. In fact, the only way birds hatch from their concrete shells is due to the force of impact creating large cracks in their shells, allowing the newborn birds to break from their natural prisons. The real question is then: has anyone ever wondered if it were possible for these bird eggs to fall 320,000 feet without a single crack? Has anyone ever wondered if the eggs can not only land without cracking, but atop each other--in perfect balance and harmony?
Is what I'm proposing the least bit possible?
Well, for all y'all haters and doubters and fuckers, it is. My friend, it is possible. Nothing isn't possible, as how everything is impossible.
Welcome, my friend. Welcome to Egg City. Egg City was founded in 1938 by the Norwegian explorer, Ponce de Creatin. The city was erected entirely from eggs that fell from the skies and managed to land in perfect configuration, instantly forming an urban landscape. The current mayor of Egg City is none other than Mr. Egdar Allen Gge
However, this beloved city has recently been terrorized by the supervillain, Spiderwoman.
Now, unto more of life's unanswered questions that, through my ever-diligent research on the Wildest World Web, can now FINALLY be answered.
What happens when an autistic savant eats too much pizza?
Did the suicidal squirrel really die?
Are we all really blind and imagining the world we live, breathe, and defecate in?
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that city is the most amazing construction EVER.
and to think, all done by birds. :]
» bananaface on 2007-11-13 01:45:52
I didn't know that birds only lay eggs in midflight..
» Nuttz on 2007-11-13 06:29:29
Whoaaaaaa that is AWESOME!
The squirrel one is funny. :P
» randomjunk on 2007-11-13 04:12:21
That's a lot of omelette.
To answer your last three questions:
Perfectly spun crust.
» iTest on 2007-11-13 05:24:31
If a bird..
If a bird lays an egg in mid-flight, how does it get into the nest?
» KKama67 on 2007-11-26 11:29:00
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