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PostSubject: Origin of our species.   Tue Jan 09, 2018 11:13 am

Darwin was wrong!! What really happened thousands of years ago was this. A tribe of great Apes lived in a far away land. Some inbred. Two young born, male and female were albino. The leader of the apes banished them. He promised them Eternal life. So the 2 young white apes left. After weeks of travel they came to a place called Eden. There they settled down to a happy life. Daily they bathed in the Hot Springs. But the Hot Springs contained sulpher and other chemicals. Soon they lost most of there body hair. They were naked. In Eden there were many fruit trees. One apple tree had purple fruit. Called Viagapple. Adam swallowed a very small one. It stuck in his throat. (Adams apple.) The fruit juice finally worked down in to his body. The effect was visible soon after. He was astounded! What could he do with it? It was uncomfortable! Not big enough to beat any thing with or strong enough to use as a pry bar! Eve came over to see what all the commotion was about. He told her about the fruit. She ate one. Nothing happened. They got to arguing and wrestling. Bingo! He realized what it was for! That is how it all started. Eve had multitudes of snotty little brats. Eventually there were so many Adam decided to send most of them away. One group went South to Africa and the sun turned them black. Group 2 went almost the same way but ended up in India. They did not get as dark. Group 3 headed farther North. To a land of rice and cold winds. China. They had to squint their eyes in the wind to see the rice. That trait stayed with them. Group 4 went North East to Europe. A splinter group who had a passion to wear skirts founded a place called Scotland. Another group was kicked out for too much arguing and fighting. They founded Ireland. The arrogant, snotty group stayed were they were and called the country Great Britain. So you see, no matter the colour of your skin, we are all INBRED!!!
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of our species.   Tue Jan 09, 2018 12:27 pm

Where's the Welsh, must have been the intelligent ones lol! they stayed just west of the English so not to breed with them Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of our species.   Tue Jan 09, 2018 7:14 pm

lol! lol! . Now I have understanding! lol! I thought viagara was to keep old men from rolling out of bed at night? lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of our species.   Tue Jan 09, 2018 7:41 pm

Good one!
The Welsh headed for the mountains. There they could sing and dig coal. Leader was Tom Jones.
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PostSubject: Re: Origin of our species.   Tue Jan 09, 2018 10:55 pm

halcanada wrote:
Good one!
The Welsh headed for the mountains. There they could sing and dig coal. Leader was Tom Jones.
OK Rolling Eyes Rolling Eyes lol! lol! lol! I understand
Hal Smile Smile but where do the Irish etc  bounce  bounce fit into the big picture.
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