Norse creation myth:
In the beginning there was the void called Ginnungagap. To the north of Ginnungagap was Niflheim, the land of fog and ice. To the south was Muspelheim, the land of fire.
In Niflheim there was a spring called Hvergelmir from which the Elivagar (eleven rivers - Svol, Gunnthra, Fiorm, Fimbulthul, Slidr, Hrid, Sylg, Ylg, Vid, Leiptr, and Gioll) flowed. Cause the north was bloody cold the Elivagar formed a glacier in the north part of the Ginnungagap, the front edge of which was melted by the heat from Muspelheim.
The two first living beings were formed by this melting, the giant Ymir and the cow Audhumla. Ymir drank cow's milk and had a body that could have sex with itself, or maybe not, but at least his armpit sweat turned into two frost giants, a male and female, and his legs somehow gave birth to another male frost giant.
Audhumla on the other hand fed by licking the ice and rocks of Niflheim, and eventually licked forth the first god. Bor. Bor, by unspecified means had a son named Buri, who, also by unspecified means, had the sons Odin, Vili and Ve.
And still there are no humans, or even our world!
Odin, Vili and Ve kill Ymir, probably because he was a sexual deviant, and turn him into a decent sized world. His blood drowns almost all the frost giants, and the three gods put Ymirs body in the Ginnungagap and makes the world and heavens from him.
And then, by accident, they stumble across two logs on the beach and create the two first humans from them.