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Double Yolkers

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ForeverMystified

ForeverMystified Report 7 Jul 2008 08:43


Yesterday I was doing brekky and four eggs I used were double yolks, wonder if the other two will be. A long time since I last had a double yolker.

Frances

♫ Penny €

♫ Penny € Report 7 Jul 2008 08:59

I've never seen a double yolker :-(

I always wonder if a chick will come out !

ForeverMystified

ForeverMystified Report 7 Jul 2008 09:08


Hi Penny

When we were children (in the late 40's oeer) my dad kept hens and the first lot he got he always promised me the first egg, don't know what I was expecting cos we only had had powder egg up to then. Anyhow it was a double yolker and I refused to eat it, dad was most upset.
Frances

Pat Kendrick

Pat Kendrick Report 7 Jul 2008 09:22

We used to call them twins