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Monday, 3 February 2014

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Artist's rendering of early Neanderthaler (based on cave findings)

While they are all the rage amongst "He Men" nowadays, the first ever Man Cave was unearthed this month near Lyon-de-terre, France. The crew broke through an ancient wall exposing an undisturbed setting from 12,000 years ago.

The excavators marveled at the rich display of manliness lining the walls, saber toothed cat teeth in the shape of a college fraternity, ancient beer signs skillfully etched in slabs of tree bark and a relatively modern looking flat screen T.V.

Scattered about on the floor of the cave were dozens of empty beer cans carved from mammoth tusks. This led the team to conclude that consumption of alcoholic beverages had begun much earlier than early English pubs, as previously assumed.

Two crudely carved signs at the door read, " No Girls Allowed", and "This Bud's For You-Dag!"

"Obviously, the Neanderthals needed some time out from the hectic world of business and family that surrounded them." said team leader Clive Oliphantio. "We are kind of envious of them, our wives would never let us have a cool place like this!"

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