Undertoad Tuesday Jul 26 08:28 PM
7/26/2005: Ancient carved wang found
xoxoxoBruce Tuesday Jul 26 09:18 PM
Poppycock. It could be a mortar, rolling pin, darning form or a million other uses. I think these clowns are calling it a prehistoric Kegel to drum up publicity (and support) for their dig. Must be museum sweeps week.
melidasaur Tuesday Jul 26 10:13 PM
lookout123 Tuesday Jul 26 10:55 PM
HA! i saw that earlier and almost forwarded it on to you but figured you'd already seen. i was right.
footfootfoot Tuesday Jul 26 11:05 PM
7/26/2005: Ancient carved wang found
richlevy Wednesday Jul 27 12:05 AM
Trilby Wednesday Jul 27 08:37 AM
I'm just not going to comment on a big stone prick. I'm just not. I would, however, like to put in a request for another whale-themed Iotd. Whatever you think would be good.
mrnoodle Wednesday Jul 27 10:48 AM
I suppose it *could* be a rolling pin. But that doesn't explain the teeth marks. (they sure it wasn't found in Poland?)
Queen of the Ryche Wednesday Jul 27 11:33 AM
Bullitt Wednesday Jul 27 12:18 PM
hey look, its a long tube-like stone with scraches around one end, let's call it a prehistoric penis! because that's obviously what it HAS to be..
Elspode Wednesday Jul 27 01:39 PM
I have to agree with Bruce. If it was a ritual item, it would have included the gonads. If it was a, um, err...marital aid, it would have been more smoothly carved about the upper area.
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Jul 27 01:48 PM
You ASSume it was used by a woman.
chrisinhouston Wednesday Jul 27 02:33 PM
Hey they've got one on EBAY and it looks more realistic!
wolf Wednesday Jul 27 03:00 PM
"Your Satisfaction is our biggest pleasure!"
Queen of the Ryche Wednesday Jul 27 03:20 PM
it looks like a pickle.
capnhowdy Wednesday Jul 27 04:15 PM
I'm with Bruce on this one. To call it a prick does take some imagination. Hell, it looks more like it could be part of a mortar/pestal rig, or a dozen other things for that matter.
mrnoodle Wednesday Jul 27 04:43 PM
Probably you two are right. It's frightening, though, to think that while our ancestors left nifty, innovative tools for us to ponder, future generations will be unearthing our double-ended dildos and old VHS tapes of pregnant midgets. I don't think we've really advanced too much, moon landings and nuclear power notwithstanding.
SteveDallas Wednesday Jul 27 04:58 PM
xoxoxoBruce Wednesday Jul 27 05:44 PM
We have to make a rosetta stone showing the difference between rabbit and bunny.
capnhowdy Wednesday Jul 27 07:58 PM
mmm.... I don't know...... Larry "FLINT" may need to get involved with this one...heehee..
richlevy Wednesday Jul 27 10:34 PM
LCanal Thursday Jul 28 12:10 AM
Let's say it's a tool (sic). Let's assume that tool making, as a learned skill was man's work, like modern day taking out the garbage or moving the lawn, or in Africa like herding cattle etc. What in God's name would posses prehistoric man to spend hours making an artificial penis? Why out of stone when wood would have been easier and more "user" friendly. There must have been gourds and tubers galore if they needed a replacement.
Elspode Thursday Jul 28 12:25 AM
That is a rather specialized device, there. Meant for use by two, from appearances.
capnhowdy Thursday Jul 28 05:45 PM
no good without batteries anyway.....
breakingnews Thursday Jul 28 06:09 PM
I know there are others - Johnson, etc - but you don't ever hear those as often. I wonder when and why the connection was drawn.
BigV Thursday Jul 28 06:39 PM
I would refer you to Tex Avery cartoons, where the wolf sees a pretty girl wolf walk by and he *ahem* becomes erect in the way cartoons do, accompanied by the sound "WANNNNGGGG!" (add vibrato to taste)
Happy Monkey Thursday Jul 28 06:46 PM
If you play Kingdom of Loathing, it's a commonly used item that does spellcheck for you in chat!
Undertoad Thursday Jul 28 06:57 PM
Aw BN, don't think of it that way! Make it your honor to represent!
xoxoxoBruce Thursday Jul 28 07:04 PM
LCanal Thursday Jul 28 09:23 PM
On a recent visit to China I was so confused by the phone books there were so many Wing and so many Wangs that I would often Wing the Wang number.
xant Sunday Jul 31 01:37 AM
Surely Dick is the most common...
And Sunday Jul 31 01:57 AM
Did they smell it?
breakingnews Monday Aug 1 12:53 PM
Hahahaha. I did indeed laugh.
Wang is a western butchering of the actual chinese word, which is pronounced "Wong." Your joke would work better as such.
mitheral Monday Aug 15 11:15 AM
Kagen4o4 Tuesday Aug 16 12:05 AM
the stone would be cold, youd have to warm it up first.
dar512 Tuesday Aug 16 01:14 AM
wolf Tuesday Aug 16 02:24 AM
dar512 Tuesday Aug 16 10:29 AM
He was a much warmer person a while ago. But people change, ya know?