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Funny story: Erotic art

Erotic art

Erotic art is an excuse, in the form of sketches, paintings, sculptures, and other media, to show naked people, many of whom are depicted as engaging in "erotic" (a codeword for sexual) activities. Although some people try to distinguish between erotic art and pornography, no argument for such a distinction has ever been generally accepted, and most people agree that one person's erotic art is ano...
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Funny story: Graffiti Discovered at a Stone Circle in Britain

Graffiti Discovered at a Stone Circle in Britain

Northumberland UK: Graffiti has been discovered on an unearthed surface of a pillar that forms part of an ancient stone circle, after the large megalith was knocked over by a thunderstorm. Ruins of prehistoric Bronze Age and older stone monuments...
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Funny story: Romans enjoyed tax-free havens Jersey & Guernsey too!

Romans enjoyed tax-free havens Jersey & Guernsey too!

Not only do modern day stand-up comedians enjoy shipping their money out to Jersey and Guernsey to avoid paying taxes, it seems the Romans did it too. A huge find of 1st BC century Roman coins has proven the point and many of the coins found bea...
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Funny story: All Our Yesterdays - Julius Caesar And The Crossing Of The Rubicon.

All Our Yesterdays - Julius Caesar And The Crossing Of The Rubicon.

Italy - 49BC They stood on the banks of the Rubicon, Caesar and his faithful sidekick Brute. "Are we going or what, boss?" Brute asked. "Hmmm," Caesar prevaricated. "Getting cold feet are we?" "Nah. It's not that Brute me old mucker. I'm just a bit worried about the Romans, and how they'll react when they find out I'm actually a Lazio fan..." "Ah well, in for a cistercium in for...
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Funny story: Queen Boudica's magical sapphire ring found in Yorks turnip field

Queen Boudica's magical sapphire ring found in Yorks turnip field

York - A pure gold, sapphire and glass jewel found by local metal detecting enthusiasts has been identified as the signet ring of the legendary Iceni warrior Queen Boudica. The stunning artefuct once mesmerised a Roman Legion which subsequently pe...
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Funny story: No One in Rome Ever Had Anything to Do With Sejanus, Records Show

No One in Rome Ever Had Anything to Do With Sejanus, Records Show

Despite his meteoric rise to power, his total control of the Senate, Tribunes and the Praetorian Guard and also the vice-like grip he held over the city for over fifteen years, it emerged today that not one single person in Rome had had much to do wi...
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Funny story: Archaeologists Discover Ancient Romans had Bowel Movements

Archaeologists Discover Ancient Romans had Bowel Movements

Researchers have long questioned whether our ancestors had bowel movements. Did they have to waddle out into the woods in the middle of the night after eating a hearty meal? There was, after all, no proof provided anywhere in their writings. None...
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Funny story: Manchester City Boss Mancini To Drop Balotelli

Manchester City Boss Mancini To Drop Balotelli

City boss Roberto Mancini is set to drop star striker Mario Balotelli ahead of Sunday's crucial tussle with Chelsea. The hot-blooded striker has had discipline problems since he arrived at the Eastlands club and these came to a head in the week wh...
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Funny story: Two Romans Make a Write

Two Romans Make a Write

The history of writing the spoken word is a scientific discipline all to itself. It is widely agreed that the Egyptians and Chinese writing systems arose together through trade, and gave rise to two independent systems. The Phoenicians carried Egypti...
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Funny story: Roman Settlement Found In London: Big Deal, Says Expert.

Roman Settlement Found In London: Big Deal, Says Expert.

An archaeology expert has poured scorn on the discovery of a Roman settlement at a London building site. The discovery, on the site of the new Waldorf Astoria being built at Syon Park, has "excited" archeologists who have found more than 11,000 ar...
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Funny story: What did the Romans ever do for us

What did the Romans ever do for us

Leader: What did the Romans ever do for us? Heckler 1: They took us to war Heckler 2: Yeah the Romans were good at that Heckler 3: war? surely you mean wars - Bosnia and Croatia Heckler 2: no Bosnia, Croatia and Sierra Lione Heckler 1: and that's not counting the illegal and unpopular wars in Iraq and Afganistan Leader: ok well apart from wars and illegal wars, What did the Romans ever...
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