Were caveman statues made of cotton?
- Anonymous2 months agoFavourite answer
No, they were made of cavemen.
- 2 months ago
They were. In fact, it was Og Mandino, in the year dot, who made the first statue. It was a big fluffy pile of cotton plants, with some rudimentary caveman sunglasses stuck on it, as a joke. But that statue was revered for many years, and in caves in France we can still see paintings of it, and of the religious ceremonies attached to it. (They would drink fermented berries, and throw a sort of caveman bean bag at a target. The winner would be allowed to have sex with the cotton caveman statue, in the hopes that it would bring luck in the coming year. SOURCE: college, of course! (What the hell else did you think they were teaching kids for a quarter million dollars a year? Yeesh!
- martinLv 52 months ago
They were until Abraham Lincoln put stop to it, and giving candy helped
- Holo HoloLv 72 months ago
Why you cotton pickin' MFer!
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- PronkLv 72 months ago
A lot of the statues were real cavemen.
They’d get stoned when they saw their blind dates;
Cuz cave women were uglier then MEDUSA..🧐
- Big KahunaLv 72 months ago
Yes,they have even found some of their bolls.