Oh, those Anglo-Saxons and their dirty four-letter words.The words werent dirty to the Anglo-Saxons back in the Dark Ages when they brought their English language to Britain from the Continent. The words were simply descriptions of body parts and functions.Fuck, cunt, piss, shit, arse whats dirty about those words? Later prudes chose Latin and French translations like intercourse, vagina, feces and derrière as polite substitutes. Bah! Prudery!And with their Anglo-Saxon words the earliest speakers of our language brought their Anglo-Saxon tales:Beowulf the Brave, the well-hung hero who fought three monsters, two of them with his member rather than with his sword.Wulfgar the Stalwart, that anti-hero who was one mean mother… His sex partners included geese, sheep, women, and… oh yes. That one time…the good looking dude… Wulfgar was an equal opportunity sex fiend.With their earthy words and those randy heroes and anti-heroes, what kind of gods did those early English speakers worship?Friggin horny ones, of course.Therere all here in Beowulf, Wulfgar and their Friggin Horny gods.Open up this book and meet as rugged, adventurous and horny gang of mortals and gods as youll find anywhere on earth (or in Valhalla).
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by on October 22, 2016
- The Nazca Plains Corporation, December 2011
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