You can't make this stuff up.
Based on a true story, sadly. A group of researchers from the University of British Columbia really have asserted that the monument at Stonehenge is a fertility symbol. However, they actually suggest that it's intended to depict the female genitalia.
Personally, I just think that maybe these poor canucks have spent so much time studying rocks that maybe they're starting to imagine things. It won't be much longer, I suppose, before they begin to understand why sheep are such a popular cash crop/pastime in the rural UK.
And if you don't hate me for that little remark, please go ahead and vote. Some newcomers to the Buzzcomics list are threatening to push RAoK out of the top 10, and if that happens, well... I don't even want to entertain the thought. Just... please vote. Think of the children! (braised in a lovely mango chutney! Mmmm!)
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