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#473 - anon (01/20/2010) [-]
we studied an ancient language called Phoenician in history, its basically the base of all languages today but the O is 'ayin which means "eye" (which is part of the face) and the backwards K is kaph which means palm of hand. R (called res) in Phoenician looks like a backwards R without the little tail thing, more like a backwards P but there is controversy on what it looks like but it means head. im thinking the first part of this (eye, palm, head in Phoenician) is supposed to mean facepalm in Phoenician. i got nothing for the rest
User avatar #537 to #473 - Jelaqua (01/20/2010) [-]
#514 to #473 - anon (01/20/2010) [-]
The only flaw in your argument is that the pictographs changed over time and none of those symbols existed in the same time period. Also, penis.
#518 to #514 - anon (01/20/2010) [-]
Yeah but it is the closest thing we have to the actual language, if you look at old cave drawings and **** carved in stone there roughly similar to our language. Its one of the ways we got our letters today. Oh almost forgot, vagina.
#496 to #473 - anon (01/20/2010) [-]
FACEPALM!!! is that the answer????
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