D: I’m laying an egg. I’m laying an egg! Awwwk!
2.0: Very impressive, though it appears as though your shell is on the thin side.
1.0: Here she comes. She’s going to take the egg away from you.
D: I’ll lay another tomorrow.
1.0: What we need around here is a rooster.
D: This is not of consequence to you. You haven’t laid an egg in years.
2.0: Roosters are nasty creatures. They are very controlling. And all they ever think about is sex. Hump, hump, hump, all day long, that’s all they want to do.
1.0: A little more of that would liven things up around here.
1.0: You calling me a slut?
D: It appears so. 1.0 you should retract your statement.
1.0: Not going to.
D: The Great One will pay us a visit soon enough.
2.0: Which came first, the chicken or the egg?
D: The chicken.
1:0: The egg.
2.0: Both. You see, the Great One, the one who created us all, he had a vision one night – that there be both chickens and eggs. So he put both on earth. And made and added a few roosters – his thinking was that the rooster would fertilize the eggs.
D: Where did you come up with this?
2.0: I have studied the chicken bible. I found it in a box, where I came from, Sun Circle Farm. I am able to read – this was Great One’s gift to me. My job is to pass on the word of Rooster.
1:0: I have heard enough. It’s time to break out of here.
2.0: I who am all-knowing and created in the image and likeness of all chickens who came before me suggest that we all stay put for right now.
1.0: Your rationalization?
2.0 It’s raining.
D: And what if it does not stop raining?
2.0: Oh yee of little faith – it will, it will, it will. Most certainly, it will.
1.0: So I’m stuck ere with a Peacenik and Born Again hen.
2.0: Sticks and stones will break your bones.
1.0: I know, I know, and names will never hurt you.
2.0: Just carry a nasty sting.
1:0: Gotta get as far away as I can from the bees.
D: Stay put and count your blessings. At least the sky isn’t falling.
Next: 182. 7/5/17: Hay, Hay, Hay