Ok... so... fertilized eggs looks way different inside... these eggs were literally just penguin ovulation. I doubt that any penguins were harmed in obtaining these...
@xAegis Heartx, They were harmed, however, when scientists tested their flammability.
I mean neither did chickens?
@Dragoon0106, someone has never played Legend of Zelda
@Dragoon0106, someone has clearly forgotten what they did in legend of zelda
@18bluecat, hey they were just protecting themselves.
@18bluecat, technically there aren't any chickens in the Legend of Zelda. Those are cuccos.
@Dragoon0106, hey! Just admit it, you forgot Zelda
@Todamnfunny, lol I didn't think of it but I still hold chickens innocent.
@Dragoon0106, lol I just felt like my comment needed to be added to the plethora of Zelda comments you faced
@Todamnfunny, the funny fact is I'm a huge Zelda fan. I own like 5 copies of OoT on different consoles.
@Dragoon0106, and you didn't see this coming???
@Dragoon0106, same thing
I wonder how it tastes
@jouze, I was wondering the same thing
@Capt Fabulous , good eye there m8!!
But are they good?
What does that second grouping of "words" mean?
Ok... I'll say it... ARE WE JUST IGNORING THE GRAMMAR ERRORS NOW?
That's just disturbing
But the real question is, how do they taste?
@Belly Rubs, I read a quick blog post that said people could get a dozen penguin eggs once a year living in Africa during the 1950s. They are supposedly a bit more oily, but much more flavorful.
Says the girl who's asss is the focus of her picture
@Medic135, I don't know why you're complaining about a good thing
I didn't know penguins laid nonfertilized eggs
@Tyrellious, I would assume they did as most female creatures still ovulate an egg without fertilization