Ancient dildo found in Sweden

Published on July 21st, 2010 | by Admin

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I knew that headline would grab your attention. Apparently, what may be an Metholithic dildo has been found at a site in Sweden.

Last week, an excavation in Sweden turned up an object that bears the unmistakable look of a penis carved out of antler bone. Though scientists can’t be sure exactly what this tool was used for, it’s hard not to leap to conclusions.

“Your mind and my mind wanders away to make this interpretation about what it looks like – for you and me, it signals this erected-penis-like shape,” said archaeologist Gšran Gruber of the National Heritage Board in Sweden, who worked on the excavation. “But if that’s the way the Stone Age people thought about it, I can’t say.”

The resemblance is uncanny.

“Without doubt anyone alive at the time of its making would have seen the penile similarities just as easily as we do today,” wrote Swedish archaeologist Martin Rundkvist on his blog, Aardvarchaeology.

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4 Responses to Ancient dildo found in Sweden

  1. Sarah Cook says:

    go the sweeds man! thats excellent!
    Girls just wanna have fun, way back when!

    Sex Toy | Vibrator | Dildo

  2. Dildos Dildo says:

    Dirty old sweeds! hehe.. juts kidding.. Who kew the ancestors were so libral thinkers!
    Might have been better in them days!

    Sex Toy | Dildo

  3. August says:

    “Though scientist cant be sure what this tool was used for”, Really? Lol…its obvious what that “TOOL” was used for and no i am not a scientist….

  4. Mohamed says:

    SWEDEN YES

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