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Friday, September 19, 2008

The Cerne Abbas Giant was in the news earlier in the week.Image by Flickr user johnelamper, kindly made available under Creative Commons

The priapic figure on the hill had become more difficult to see, because vegetation and moss has obscured the chalk outline. A wet summer has been blamed, along with an absence of grazing sheep.
Volunteers started work to re-chalk the giant's outline.
It has one fairly obvious feature...

I liked a comment in a letter published in 'The Guardian' on Thursday.
A comment made by a boy, who asked his mother, "Why is his willy on upside down ?"

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