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    Cyburbian Emeritus Chet's avatar
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    The Stonehenge Mystery Solved

    Dude, this is whack

    *goes and removes the stonehenge picture from the office wall in the name of decency and morals*

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    Freakin' Canadians Leave it to them to come up with something as perverted as this.

    side note: notice how deep my tongue is placed in my cheek.
    You're more boring than you know.

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    Way to go Canada!

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    It is interesting to look back 4000 years and see that men of that time had such a strong interest in female genitalia. We've certainly come a long way since then.

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    Two questions...

    Has anyone considered that ancient people from 4,000 years ago would not have been able to get an aerial perspective of the site to view their creation?

    The stones of Stonehenge are pretty large, heavy, and were presumably placed there by men. Don't you think that if men were going to develop a sculpture celebrating life and fertility, the sculpture would be, shall we say, more obelisk in shape?

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    Re: Two questions...

    Originally posted by pete-rock
    Has anyone considered that ancient people from 4,000 years ago would not have been able to get an aerial perspective of the site to view their creation?
    Silly Pete-Rock, the aliens built it for them them gave them the ride to see it. Its not really anal probes the aliens were interested in after all.

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    Make sense to me.
    "Those who plan do better than those who do not plan, even though they rarely stick to their plan." - Winston Churchill

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    Mabye the researcher just needs to get la*d.

    It seems to be his mind that is on the subject...
    How many other items can look like a womans ****?

    Next thing you know he will be seeing them everywhere!
    (like I do)

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    Next thing you know he will be seeing them everywhere!
    (like I do)
    I always thought planners where procotologists, not gynecologists.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Originally posted by donk
    I always thought planners where procotologists, not gynecologists.
    Are you saying planners are a pain in the a$$?

    Or are you implying something more....

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    I'm implying that most of the people I deal with resemble the area of interest of proctologists in one way or another.
    Too lazy to beat myself up for being to lazy to beat myself up for being too lazy to... well you get the point....

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    Yup, only a canuck would come up with that "theory"

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    Originally posted by Mike D.
    Yup, only a canuck would come up with that "theory"
    I think it has something to do with the long boring winters, eh?

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    Yah, I just not seeing it.


    Pete-Rock - there are also the Nazca lines in Peru that date from about 1000 BC. Kind of same question - how, why, etc.?




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    OH YEAH BABY!



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    Seabishop, everyone - stop posting the pictures, they are making me sooooo hot!

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    I remain a skeptic!

    Ok, if I squint I can see what they are saying, but where is the associated shrubbery? Clearly this edifice was built before the thong and hot waxes! Is there archeological evidence of an ancient thicket?

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    It looks more like a high-school biology pic of an ovum.

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    where's the little man in the canoe?

    Actually, that would make sense, since they worshipped the female deity of the earth (now referred to as Gaia).
    When Jesus said "love your enemies", he probably didn't mean kill them.

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