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Asda Smart Price 15 eggs now £1.00 (were £1.45)

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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
These are real eggs - not Easter eggs !

In-store and online

6 Free range Happy Eggs also £1 from £1.58

Pancake day next Tuesday . . .
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#1
Super, this should keep me amused for the afternoon, I have my popcorn bring it on!
#2
Geordie Girl
Super, this should keep me amused for the afternoon, I have my popcorn bring it on!


+1

The £2 chicken thread now has competition ........ here we go again :roll:
#3
great deal, bargain for £1, and I don't care if there caged chickens, there only animals, who cares lol
#4
Guess it answers the question which came first tho......
#5
ttt..
#6
Great price, especially now that eggs are harmless. Also, better for the chickens to be inside rather than their poor free range cousins exposed to all sorts of weather. In fact, one very windy day last week, I saw an outside chicken lay the same egg THREE TIMES :w00t:
#7
I wonder if these eggs came from the £2 chickens, that would then make the chicken £3.
#8
AshleyRFC
I wonder if these eggs came from the £2 chickens, that would then make the chicken £3.


lol very good:thumbsup:
#9
Prepare for the madness to come lol
#10
tallpete33
Guess it answers the question which came first tho......


The egg came first - eggs were around millions of years before birds.
#11
Subbed :lol:
#12
Cracking deal lol

couldn't resist
#13
Voted hot for this one. Much better for the chickens to huddle up together, its been a harsh winter wouldn't want them to get cold! Love these eggs so much more flavor than the free range ****! (well once you cover them in red sauce!)
#14
just back from asda egg and bacon cob in hand
lovely
#15
crazymacaque
The egg came first - eggs were around millions of years before birds.

and you know this how? You should check out The evolution of the egg: A fairytale for grown-ups?

So which came first, the chicken or the egg? For those who believe the Bible, it was the chicken, and the first egg came some time later. However, it’s not so simple among the Genesis-less generation. Did the first chicken come from the first egg, or was it the chicken that first laid the first egg? Long ago, even Aristotle (384-322 BC) spoke of the egg dilemma. He philosophized: "For there could not have been a first egg to give a beginning to birds, or there should have been a first bird which gave a beginning to eggs; for a bird comes from an egg."

Let’s get into a little philosophical talk ourselves. Let’s say evolution was responsible for the beginning, and let’s say the egg was the first to evolve (before the chicken). Why did it do that? Why would there be nothing, and over millions of years, nothing became simple organisms, then these organisms became an egg? I can understand that a fish evolved legs and lungs over millions of years--because he (and his necessary female help mate) wanted to breathe, and to walk on dry land. But why would a thoughtless egg appear first and then want to become a chicken? How and why did it evolve with a yolk, a white, and a shell shaped like . . . like an egg?

If the egg was shaped with a rounded point at each end for ease-of-laying (a square egg would be painful), how did evolution know to make it that shape if there were never any chickens in the first place to know that an egg is made to be laid? Another small dilemma. How did the first egg get fertilized to become the first chicken? What or who fertilized it, and why did he fertilize it and sit on it until it hatched? How did the fertilizing creature evolve and have the ability to fertilize an egg that he found. How did he get the seed into the egg to fertilize it? And why did the (rooster) evolve as a bird? Unless he was an egg first, and if so, we have the above questions to deal with, because his egg would also need to be fertilized. Who did the fertilizing?

Evolution certainly is a fairytale for grown-ups.




http://www.examiner.com/x-3329-Creationism-Examiner~y2009m2d17-The-evolution-of-the-egg
#16
Crikey...it's only a box of eggs !

Where's Charles Darwin when you need him ?
#17
black gerbil1
great deal, bargain for £1, and I don't care if there caged chickens, there only animals, who cares lol


Why do you h8 chickens you've never met? :?
#18
berni888
and you know this how? You should check out The evolution of the egg: A fairytale for grown-ups?

So which came first, the chicken or the egg? For those who believe the Bible, it was the chicken, and the first egg came some time later. However, it’s not so simple among the Genesis-less generation. Did the first chicken come from the first egg, or was it the chicken that first laid the first egg? Long ago, even Aristotle (384-322 BC) spoke of the egg dilemma. He philosophized: "For there could not have been a first egg to give a beginning to birds, or there should have been a first bird which gave a beginning to eggs; for a bird comes from an egg."

Let’s get into a little philosophical talk ourselves. Let’s say evolution was responsible for the beginning, and let’s say the egg was the first to evolve (before the chicken). Why did it do that? Why would there be nothing, and over millions of years, nothing became simple organisms, then these organisms became an egg? I can understand that a fish evolved legs and lungs over millions of years--because he (and his necessary female help mate) wanted to breathe, and to walk on dry land. But why would a thoughtless egg appear first and then want to become a chicken? How and why did it evolve with a yolk, a white, and a shell shaped like . . . like an egg?

If the egg was shaped with a rounded point at each end for ease-of-laying (a square egg would be painful), how did evolution know to make it that shape if there were never any chickens in the first place to know that an egg is made to be laid? Another small dilemma. How did the first egg get fertilized to become the first chicken? What or who fertilized it, and why did he fertilize it and sit on it until it hatched? How did the fertilizing creature evolve and have the ability to fertilize an egg that he found. How did he get the seed into the egg to fertilize it? And why did the (rooster) evolve as a bird? Unless he was an egg first, and if so, we have the above questions to deal with, because his egg would also need to be fertilized. Who did the fertilizing?

Evolution certainly is a fairytale for grown-ups.




http://www.examiner.com/x-3329-Creationism-Examiner~y2009m2d17-The-evolution-of-the-egg


When you've studied evolution for 6 years at a graduate and post graduate level then come back and try and have a sensible argument about evolution and creationism. All of your so called 'dilemas' are easily answerable. Dinosaurs preceded chickens, and we know they layed eggs as we have an unarguable amount of fossil evidence. Most animals hve eggs, its just that birds form in the egg outwith the host body and in a hard shell to avoid dessication. Chickens did not 'decide' to have oval eggs. This happened through mutation and natural selection. If a chicken laid a square egg as you put it then (apart from this being almost impossible) the egg would be unlikely to survive an pass on its genes, therefore the end of the square egg lineage. We can see examples of mutation and natural selection in humans today. For example, there is an increasing population in Africa carrying the gene for sickle cell anaemia, as being a carrier of this gene means you are not susceptible to malaria which millions of people die from. Therefore there is an increasing population of sickle cell anaemia carriers because they have a higher survival rate and pass on their genes to their offspring.

I am not going to argue as to whether there is a god or not, because I do not know and I do not believe that evolution disproves the possibility. But you cannot disprove evolution. That is like trying to disprove the fact that the earth is round!
1 Like #19
crazymacaque
When you've studied...


My intensive study of HUKD for at least 30 seconds determines that the chicken came first by around 4 hours.
#20
Nookster
My intensive study of HUKD for at least 30 seconds determines that the chicken came first by around 4 hours.



That's settled it then ! :thumbsup:
#21
Nookster
My intensive study of HUKD for at least 30 seconds determines that the chicken came first by around 4 hours.


:lol:
#22
i`m quite new to hukd gets very heated doesn`t it!!!!! what if its not the £2 chicken argument/discussion it`s Charles Darwin on the bloody eggs
1 Like #23
Nookster
My intensive study of HUKD for at least 30 seconds determines that the chicken came first by around 4 hours.


http://img15.imageshack.us/img15/34/laughinghardmf7.gif :w00t: Repped.

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