I suspect the idea is that you do the pushing, Rocky.
Followed by Cavemanspraining as it rolled over Thog’s foot.
Why is she dressed and he’s not?
The sad thing is, without his explanation, she wouldn’t have figured it out. To her, it was just a piece of art with no practical use — it just looked nice.
Right now it looks like she will get more use out of the rock than the wheel.
The wheel isn’t so much an invention as a discovery. It’s been understood since the dawn of human intellect that round things—stones, logs—can roll. The advance came when it was discovered maybe 6500 y.b.p. that use could be made of spinning round objects, in particular, pieces of wood with axle holes. Perhaps the important invention is the axle hole.
where’s his pants?
I don’t get it. Help, anyone?
And Cavemanbraining…she is holding a rock.
Followed by Thora whacking him with her hammer.
“Look buddy, it’s the Pleistocene now. We have primitive stone tools, we’ve tamed fire, and no one is naked any more.”
Not wise to do that while you’re standing there naked and she’s holding a rock.
So why it “mansplaining” when a man says it and it’s supposed to be rude and condescending…….
But when a woman does it it is perfectly fine?
I’d guess the first wheel was made of wood.
Never attempt to “Mansplain” when the recipient is holding a rock and a chisel.
Just joke just goes around.
This is why Neanderthals died out. Mansplaining without any clothes on. Hammers kill.
July 17, 2015