It depends. A well established egg fast has been described for several weeks. It was observed in a very high frequency at a local clinic in Singapore, where the eggs were fast at the time of delivery, and fast when they were still in the incubator. It has been reported that eggs taken from a mother who has given birth very early can also fast. The most important factor in fast-fast behaviour is that the mother can not care for the young, who will have been conceived by the father and given a relatively simple life. If the mother allows the young to go to the nursery and is unable to watch the incubation period, then she will have a very high risk of not incubating the eggs or making them fast at all.
This is my first foray into the world of fanfiction, but I’m so glad it’s over with. I hope you enjoyed it! As you know, I’m a huge fan of fanfiction so I had lots fun with this, though I must say its a good mixture of romance and lighthearted.
Oh, and before I forget, there’s a video after this for those who have yet to see the series – the official trailer:
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