Da Vinci - The Vitruvian Mans Identity Revealed

By tonyhughes Hughes, in , posted: 26-Oct-2006 17:30

Around 1492, Leo knocked up a picture known to most as "The Vitruvian Man".

What the world was unaware of, was that about an hour before producing the drawing, Da Vinci had also perfected the art of Time Travel, and sprang forward to the 20th Century, landing squarely in Billy Connollys lounge room, whilst he was performing naked yoga.

And so, I put to you, that The Vitruvian Man is clearly a portrait of Billy Connolly, and time travel MUST exist. Dan Brown - eat your heart out.

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Comment by bradstewart, on 26-Oct-2006 18:02

I think ROFL best sums this up. Nice work Tony

Comment by freitasm, on 26-Oct-2006 22:15

Wow, it's so clear now!


Comment by juha, on 27-Oct-2006 16:34

You'd put that to us, would you? Didn't know this was that kind of blog.

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