Archeologists uncover ancient responsible drinking postersMarvellous. Read on ...
Professor Henry Brubaker, of the Institute for Studies, said: "It seems that even before written language was born, mankind had developed a keen sense of ruining somebody else's fun.
"I imagine that at the same moment the first primitive human created fire with his trembling hands, some hairy-knuckled prick sat next to him was whining on about his asthma and telling him to put it out.
"Living in the middle of an ice age with an average life expectancy of 28, it's hard to imagine how our ancestors found any joy in life to suck out but I think the fact we've yet to find any ashtrays on the dig proves that they managed it."
Thursday, 24 February 2011
From the always good and occasionally brilliant Daily Mash: