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Saturday, 21 May 2011

image for Scientists learn to speak to animals. Hens are going on strike. 'No sex, no eggs.' Hens need cocks.

Scientists working in Ontario, have learned, to some degree, how to communicate with a number of animals and birds.

A paper recently published by Scientists working out of the University of Strange Science in Ontario, Canada, includes data relating to egg-laying hens and their 'thoughts'.

Those scientists who 'allegedly' are able to communicate with these hens announced that they have learned that hens are ready to 'go on strike'.

Apparently, egg-laying hens are fed up - laying eggs for human consumption without them having had the pleasure of sex with a cockerel. They are going on strike.

No eggs! What will we do? We NEED eggs to survive.

Breakfast will not be the same for millions of humans if they cannot eat eggs.

Cake lovers will not be able to enjoy their favourite treats.

Easter will cease to exist.

Rich people will not be able to purchase anymore Faberge eggs. Oh what will they do with the spare money? Give it to charity? No! Those people HATE 'wasting' money.

This is a crisis and can only be resolved by giving these egg-laying hens some cocks.

More as we get it.

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