It's not interesting. It's just a rock.

  1. Ackshually that is a fossilized egg from an early settler female. Breeding stock was much sturdier back then. This was probably from a chattel woman judging by the large size of the egg and the fact that the potential offspring was abandoned after fertilization and subsequent death of the incubating female. Currently we are attempting to recreate early pioneer womens ability to produce more offspring. I hear there have been exciting developments.

  2. It’s not a pebble it’s a stone you worn down gas station toilet seat. (Wait I just realised they were correct, people do argue over everything)

  3. Excuse me but my brother's friends cousin is a rockologist and he actually told me it was a canine incisor, and not a stone or a rock so...

  4. What do you mean by here? You cannot say “here is a rock” to me because the rock is not right in front of me. How am I supposed to believe that rock is even real, that it exists anywhere?

  5. I'm 99% sure this is compound mineral of some kind, but I don't have enough information to classify as a rock, stone or pebble.

  6. Dude, if you're not sure then don't comment. No one wants to hear an uninformed opinion. This is why there is so much misinformation in the world.

  7. happy cake day, you MOTHERFUCKING NONSENSICAL BASTARD! GET YOUR HEAD OUT OF YOUR ARSE, AND ACCEPT THE FACT ITS A FUCKING MINERAL!!!!

  8. Acrually geologists define a rock as a natural substance composed of solid crystals of different minerals that have been fused together into a solid lump. The minerals may or may not have been formed at the same time. This is actually an indigenous stone which could combine with other substance to form a rock.

  9. And I am just supposed to accept your main stream media “facts”?!?! This country has strayed from the conservative Christian values of unquestioned faith and relying on “facts” from scientists that have the nerve to tell me that this is a rock. I am offended!

  10. That's a fucking stone. Rock has a rougher connotation, but stone is usually used to describe a softer version of a rock, usually shaped by water!

  11. You know, it's people like you who are always trying to instigate shit. "Here is a rock, now fight," like tf?? How does anyone know that's a rock to begin with? Could be a plastic replica. Imagine trying to argue about that. Can't stand it

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