What are the odds?

What are the odds?

Last night I was cooking dinner.  We we’re having real eggs, toast and some leftover steak from the other night. I said real eggs because we normally use egg whites instead.
Anyway, out of the dozen eggs that we’re in the carton, at least 6 of them had two yolks.
These were supposed to be free range chickens, if that matters.

In my entire life, I’ve only seen twin yolks maybe twice.  However, last night, the first half dozen or so eggs that I cracked open were twins. What are the odds of that happening?


In the picture above, you can see the last 2 twin yolk eggs I found last night.

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Double egg yolks are laid by young hens, so perhaps the egg farm has just made a "generation swap" :-).

gina valley

I hope you got that lottery ticket! 🙂


Time to go plat the lottery, For Real!!!


@KeelyCorinneMiller tell me about it

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