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Caveman Worried About What the Stranger in the Next Valley Thinks of His Breakfast

News from the Natural World: Caveman worried about what the stranger in the next valley thinks is struggling with prehistoric life.
News from the Natural World: Caveman worried about what the stranger in the next valley thinks is struggling with prehistoric life. Ug was your average Caveman. He loved a spot of cave painting, was partial to a Mammoth hunt and like carving little bracelets out of bones. He lived a normal Caveman life with all his other Cavemen. They had a nice big cave system and apart from the great dreaded evil of the Aching Tooth in the Night, all was well. But Ug was a teenager and teenage humans always have their problems regardless of what millennium it is. Ug was no different and around the age of 17, he began to develop a dangerous habit.

Caveman Worried About What the Stranger in the Next Valley Thinks

Caveman Worried
Caveman Worried About @Urk
Ug started getting obsessed with his breakfasts. He would spend hours creating them. A frond of Megatherium hair here a slice of Mastodon there. He’d forage and sprinkle little berries all over them in patterns. But that was ok, that wasn’t the dangerous part. He started painting pictures of his breakfast on stone slabs. Then he would take those slabs to the next valley and leave them behind a tree. His Dad Ugga was very confused; “What are you doing son? Why are you painting pictures of your fancy breakfast on slabs and leaving them near the next valley?” “I’m hoping a stranger also sees them, a Caveman from the next valley” “Why on earth would you do that?” “Well, I’m worried what they think of me, that they won’t think I’m cool or healthy or have a personality.” “That’s really insane, they’re strangers, you don’t know them. Why do you care what they think?” “Well one day I went to collect the slab and someone had put a little tick on the picture, they said they liked my breakfast. They signed the like with the symbol @Urk.”

Does @Urk Like My Breakfast

“Good Mammoth, Ug, this is preposterous, all these fancy breakfasts and endless slab sharing all just because a stranger in the valley once said they liked your breakfast.”

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