Man’s First Words

The University of Reading in England has determined that two dozen words have survived the fifteen millennium since the end of the recent Ice Age such as “You, hear me! Give this fire to that old man. Pull the black worm off the bark and give it to the mother. And no spitting in the ashes!”

Conventional linguists suggest that Man spoke in grunts during the Ice Age, however revolutionists argue that Man always had a language albeit with Euro-Asian roots.

Father evolved from pere in French pater in Latin and pitar in Sanskrit, yet none of these scientists are willing to admit that language 15,000 years ago existed on the tongues of those who survived the Big Cold.

Beer and whiskey are the same word around the world.

Because we have always been drinkers.

Happy Beermas, comrades of past.

We are not animals.

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