Tuesday, 10 April 2012
How do you tell the gender of an egg?
Coming out of her shell.
Her shell started falling to bits
And we were all watching like twits,
As more pieces fell,
We were caught in her spell
And everyone looked at her dog.
“But that doesn’t rhyme!” you demand.
“It will in good time,” I say. “And,
For all you voyeurs,
Be patient, good sirs.
‘Cos, after she lands, she will stand!”
Answer: Male eggs are in more of a hurry to get laid.
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