IKEA Instructions for Stonehenge



What was the purpose for Stonehenge? Was it a calendar, an observatory, or a sacrificial site? These suggestions by archaeologists assume that it was a completed design instead of a project left half-finished because the assembly instructions were provided by IKEA. Justin Pollard, John Lloyd and Stevyn Colgan composed a cartoon illustrating this explanation. This is the first panel; the latter stages seem to involve magic and heavy drinking.

http://www.howtobearetronaut.com/2011/02/ikea-stonehenge/ via The Presurfer

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Actually IKEA furniture is the easiest to assemble on the whole world, I wanna bet.

And I thought everyone who doesn't live at their parents' house anymore knows that.
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This is amazing!

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/stonehenge-builders-had-geometry-skills-to-rival-pythagoras-834313.html
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