So my girlfriends son and I were talking about chicken eggs when I had heard a random fact, that white thing inside of some chicken eggs you before you cook it is actually the sperm is this true? I know this a dumb question, but I am really curious how the sperm had gotten in there I guess a biological run down of how the egg is formed would be interesting to learn about. How do I know what eggs are for eating vs. those for hatching? or if there is a rooster should I consider them to all be fertile? I guess we were all new once, so maybe these questions are not as dumb as I had thought.