Sukie asked in Arts & HumanitiesPhilosophy · 1 month ago

Double yolks in two different eggs?

My husband was making us breakfast this morning and he cracked two different eggs and they both had double yolks. I heard that it was good luck, but what about two different eggs. I don’t know. It would be wonderful if it’s a sign of good luck. We need some for once. Is their anymore info on this?

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  • 1 month ago

    There is a very small chance of an egg containing two yolks. There is an even slimmer chance of having two eggs in a row have double yolks, however, for so long as the chance of that happening is not 0%, there is a 100% chance that it WILL happen, at some point in time and space. It just so happened you were it. It's not luck. It's not even coincidence. It is just inevitability.

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  • It's more likely a sign that the eggs came from the same chicken.

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    luck is a myth

    people who seems to have good luck often prepared for opportunity

    a double yoke is just a occurrence not karma 

    if you need some good luck.. we create our own luck bad and good, 

    what is it you need to fix ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    You can create a lot of so-called "luck" by not being ignorant. You're not doing so well with that. WRONG FORUM. 

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