Thursday, July 10, 2008

On X-Rated newspaper folds

From the department of unfortunately-placed newspaper folds comes this entry from the Review section of today’s Globe and Mail.

The story is on some ancient stone club from B.C., dating to 1800 BC that could be sold to a collector in the U.S. Accompanying the story is a colour photo of the club:

Normal enough so far. However, as you can see the top of the club is cut off by the newspaper fold. Here’s what’s above the fold:

Opps. Bad Globe and Mail! Naughty naughty.

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Red Tory said...

Well, we can certainly see where your head is at. So to speak. ;)

bigcitylib said...

It might be that the club itself was meant to resemble a phallus. Objects carved to look like that are astoundingly frequent in pre-history.