Ancient Swedish were horney!

Old Wanker from 4-6000 BC

Well, don’t ask me, I wasn’t around way back then. But according to an article in Live Science someone found an ancient imitation wanker during a scientific excavation in Sweden. Evidently they had Insane Minds way back in 4,000 to 6,000 BC, too.

Last week, an excavation in Sweden turned up an object that bears the unmistakable look of a penis carved out of antler bone. Though scientists can’t be sure exactly what this tool was used for, it’s hard not to leap to conclusions. [See “Sex Myths and Taboos“]

Great play on words….”hard not to leap to conclusions.” This next quote seems kind of stupid.

“Your mind and my mind wanders away to make this interpretation about what it looks like – for you and me, it signals this erected-penis-like shape,” said archaeologist Göran Gruber of the National Heritage Board in Sweden, who worked on the excavation. “But if that’s the way the Stone Age people thought about it, I can’t say.”

Huh? What else would they think it is? A mammoth? (Well, it’s not THAT big, how about a…..snake?)

The resemblance is uncanny.

“Without doubt anyone alive at the time of its making would have seen the penile similarities just as easily as we do today,” wrote Swedish archaeologist Martin Rundkvist on his blog,Aardvarchaeology.

Ya think? I never would have guessed what that was! (Not!)

The dildo-like object is about 4 inches (10.5 cm) long and 0.8 inches (2 cm) in diameter.

BC evidently doesn’t stand for “big cock” and I guess the ancient Swedes never heard of John Holmes, either. Talk about no imagination.  4 inches? Of course it may have been made by a man, who didn’t want his woman to get the idea he needed to call Smilin’ Bob for some of those pills that allegedly make your wanker grow to enormous proportions so you can get the porn star job you always dreamed about.

Anyway, thought I’d offer up some silliness today.

Source: Live Science

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