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(Phys Org2)   New archaeological discoveries have boomerangs back in the spotlight   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Archaeology, Indigenous Australians, Indigenous Australian languages, Constitution of Australia, Sydney, new research, Aboriginal Australians, New South Wales  
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2021-04-14 9:18:46 AM  
I knew they would come around again.
 
2021-04-14 11:02:39 AM  
Paige, no!
 
2021-04-14 11:07:00 AM  
People actually thought they were only for throwing?

And not also hammers, billy clubs, digging tools and any other thing humans can come up with.

/dildos
 
2021-04-14 11:20:42 AM  

JolobinSmokin: People actually thought they were only for throwing?

And not also hammers, billy clubs, digging tools and any other thing humans can come up with.

/dildos


You can't call them that anymore.  Too politically incorrect.  The preferred term is "William Truncheons".
 
2021-04-14 11:24:55 AM  

dittybopper: JolobinSmokin: People actually thought they were only for throwing?

And not also hammers, billy clubs, digging tools and any other thing humans can come up with.

/dildos

You can't call them that anymore.  Too politically incorrect.  The preferred term is "William Truncheons".


I'm wondering which thing I wrote can't be called that anymore.

I'm cracking up, is it dildo?  I'm wondering which race Billy was.  Has digging become racial?

That's funny.
 
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