Breakthrough for Archaeologists

Archaeologists from Exeter University have reported extraordinary results after experimenting with some new dating techniques. "Basically I got a decent haircut, spruced myself up and took a bit more care with my personal hygiene," said medieval pottery expert Colin Trowel. "It's remarkable. I wouldn't exactly say I've been fighting off women with a stick, but last Friday night I talked to a girl for a whole seven minutes before she went off to find her friend. And when you spend all day up to your cobblers in a muddy hole surrounded by old bones and broken pots, that's something of a result, let me tell you."

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