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Questions [Sep. 6th, 2005|08:30 pm]
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Why do I always have the urge to giggle when I hear the word "Fjord".

This is a question that stems from RTE 2 playing nature documentaries.

Another one is, when did man decide to cook meat? And why did he decide it was better?

I mean, yes, I can see the point of cooking it in later civilisation, so it would keep... but when did a prehistoric man (or Homo erectus because he could master fire) decide to burn meat and eat it? Was it necessity? Was there nothing else to eat after some really bad forest fire and there was nothing but burnt carcasses? Or did he just do it because he could - like me and marshmallows?

[User Picture]From: bloodedrose
2005-09-08 11:01 am (UTC)
I wonder about that too. In fact sometimes I worry about it.


hee hee fyord. feee yourrrd...
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[User Picture]From: bloodedrose
2005-09-08 11:03 am (UTC)
Someone has just told me they think the word fyord is funny because it makes them think of two little mice with big heads..
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