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Awesome Old English Words (20 pics)

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№1 Author: Larggy44 (17 Jan 2018 05:53) Total user comments: 24


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I can relate to #5
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№2 Author: Stonewater (17 Jan 2018 10:47) Total user comments: 222


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Callipygian is much, much older.
There's a 1st century Roman statue (believed to be a copy of an earlier Greek one) in the Naples Museum of Archeology called the Callipygian Venus that portrays the Goddess drying herself after stepping out of a pool and is looking over her shoulder to admire her perfect behind as it is reflected in the water.
It's over 3m (10ft) tall and there's a guard stationed nearby to keep people from caressing it. (He yelled at me when my hand got close.)
https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/3b/Venus_kallipygos03.jpg
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№3 Author: mikerowave (18 Jan 2018 00:16) Total user comments: 592


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Now at last i know. I have dysania.
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