A farmer got the surprise of his life after cracking a giant egg only to find that another smaller one was hidden inside. The egg, which was the same size as an adult hand, was found at a family farm in northern Queensland, Australia called Stockman’s Eggs.
The egg weighed about 176 grams, which is more than three times the size of a normal average egg. Owner Scott Stockman didn’t see it coming but it was a puzzling discovery worth telling the world.
Stockman Eggs owner Scott Stockman was stunned by this unlikely surprise.
The unusually large-sized egg was collected by the farm's egg collector "Zippy."
But that wasn't the ultimate surprise the farm got.
When the farm made the discovery, Stockman gathered all his staff members so they can witness the exciting moment when the giant egg will reveal its content. He admitted that he had hoped to see four yolks inside. But instead, it was another egg.
Inside the giant egg was another perfect average-sized egg.
Mr. Stockman couldn’t believe what he saw that he thought it was out of this world. The farmer told Daily Mail:
“It’s a complete freak of nature and very rare to see an egg inside of another.”
The farm had 3,000 hens where the egg was found and that means it would be impossible to point out which of the hens laid the giant egg.
Stockman said Zippy had been the farm’s egg collector for years but had never encountered a unique find like that. In all the years of working on that farm, it was the first for Stockman to see an egg that size. However, these things do happen and it’s not the first time that it ever did.
This phenomenon is called counter-peristalsis contraction. The chicken is forming an egg and by some weird circumstance, the already formed egg goes up the bird’s oviduct. The egg-forming process starts over again, but this time, new egg forms over the previous one.
Veterinarians say that, although it’s an unusual phenomenon, the eggs remain normal and can still be eaten. But people would rather not for fear of catching an infection. Stockman avoided eating the egg as well and decided that photos of it should be uploaded instead.
Groom’s D***k Dad Forcibly Kisses The Bride In Front Of All The Guests
This is so awkward…
A wedding is the most sacred and memorable day for any couple. It's a day for their families to bond and it showcases the giving away of the bride to the groom's family.
During the wedding, utmost respect is shown to the newlyweds since it's their special day. It's a day that marks the change that will happen in their lives forever. In a viral wedding video in China, however, the drunk dad of the groom created a scandal during the reception.
He forcibly kissed his son's bride on the runway, in front of all the wedding guests.
The incident happened at a wedding banquet in Yancheng, Jiangsu province, China. In the video, the old man can be seen walking on the runway with the bride. The bride can be seen looking uncomfortable since the older man is already drunk. ...
25 Hilarious Photos Of Things That Look Like Dingus But Aren’t
*Technically* safe for work.
These are not penises. But looking at these photos, it seems that life is practically filled with phallic symbols.
Scrolling down these photos, you also couldn't help but marvel at how good people are at recognizing peen. These are guaranteed to give you a much-needed amusement in the middle of a work day. Yes, these are totally SFW. Technically.
#1. A really thick sweet potato
#2. A real thumb with a well-positioned cut
Mom’s iPhone Gets Locked for 48 Years After Child Repeatedly Entered The Wrong Passcode
The boy is only two years old.
An innocent child in China unknowingly disabled his mom's beloved Apple gadget. A two-year-old boy from Shanghai accidentally locked his mother's iPhone for the next 48 years after repeatedly entering the incorrect passcode. The child kept typing the wrong numbers until the phone was locked for more than 25 million minutes, or close to 48 years.
The iPhone can be set to increase its lockout time every time an incorrect passcode is entered, as part of its security features. It is uncertain, however, exactly how many times the child entered the incorrect digits to lock the iPhone for that long.
According to the mother, she left her child with the device, so he could watch some educational shows while she stepped out to run an errand.