• Ancient ‘chewing gum’ reveals the oldest Scandinavian human DNA
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http://www.humanevolution.news/ancient-chewing-gum-reveals-the-oldest-scandinavian-human-dna/
I wonder what it tastes like now
Did they find it on the bottom of an ancient stone table?
Haha what do you think it smells like haha wouldn't it be funny if it smelled like feet haha just wondering
I'm not saying I'd expect you to be called ANTS-IN-MY-PANTS given that post, but it certainly doesn't surprise me. I can't get on the site to read the article for some reason. :c
God, fuck, I really hope- dude wtf.
I think it is a meme about foot fetishists and a recent trend of them inserting themselves really awkwardly into tangentially related subjects. On topic: I'm fairly sure I heard about this a couple of months ago, but it is still really cool. I can't imagine birch bark pitch tastes very good, but it had a wide variety of uses so probably not surprising that someone decided to stick it in their mouth at some point.
Send it to Steve1989 immediately.
https://i.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/newsfeed/001/218/165/516.jpg
Aha, I've not seen the original then, I only ever see it in the context of feet or farts, unfortunately.
https://files.facepunch.com/forum/upload/107214/e1197ed1-0937-49f2-92f7-4b3d14625ff6/mre_unpleasant.jpg Also it's made from birch bark pitch, just bite a tree. And hey it's not the first time we've discovered rank old chewing gum http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/6954562.stm
As someone who likes the chew tree sap from time to time, birch sap/gum is pretty sweet. IIRC, it was used for flavoring in beer production back in the day.
So how do you look at this random piece of shit and go "oh shit ancient chewing gum! ! !1"
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