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Friday, May 15, 2009

Hot totty - the oldest living art tradition

The discovery of a 35,000-year-old statue in Germany depicting a hot chick means that claims like the following may need to be revised:

"Australian Aboriginal art is the oldest living art tradition in the world, with paintings in rock shelters dating back 20,000 years."
While it's true that Aboriginal bones have been reliably dated in Australia to at least 40,000 years, the same cannot be said for rock art, which means it could be argued that images of German babes now take the title.

All of this means that Theo Spark's enthusiastic portrayal of hot totty may actually be part of the world's oldest living art tradition.

Speaking of Theo - he's on fire at the moment.

2 comments:

blogstrop said...

And check the (click to enlarge, so to speak) elephants!The expressions on the faces of the mahout & tourists are priceless.

Kaboom said...

That sculpture looks like the lead actor in the "chicken sex" video.

Just sayin', you know......