What came first the chicken or the egg
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came: "Past tense of cum because cummed doesn't sound right." 
cum: "To orgasm" 
The resolution "What came first the chicken or the egg" refers to whether the chicken or the egg was the first to orgasm. I will be arguing that the chicken first had an orgasm before the egg, while my opponent will argue that the egg first had an orgasm. I will wait for my opponent to make the first arguments.
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In the debate of a chicken producing semen (cumming) versus the existence of an egg in the world (came) the earliest egg was came to existence when the evolving creatures first used sexual reproduction involving sperm and an egg long before the existence of chickens. I should remind my opponent I did not specify chicken egg.
Even if we use the most popular definition of come (the present tense of came) according to http://www.merriam-webster.com... "to move toward something", the chicken still came first, since eggs are immobile and lack the ability to move towards something, while chickens do move towards things, it can still be concluded that the chicken came first. My opponent failed to give a source to support his definition of came, and did not give any reason why his definition is more fitting given the context provided in the debate topic.
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