I always think of prehistoric humans as mostly slim, muscular people, based on the idea that they didn’t have high fructose corn syrup and spent most of their lives (I assume) hunting or doing other hard work involved in surviving without proper houses or air conditioning or mass-produced anything. But then, why do we have all these prehistoric sculptures of women that, quite frankly, are well beyond voluptuous? It makes me wonder: Where would people have seen such a large woman? Were they simply speculating and creating a whildly disproportionate sexual figure the way guys now draw anime girls with boobs bigger than their wastelines? And what were they eating, if it was actually possible for a person to be that heavy? And did many people look like that or was there something special about the large ones? Did they have special women who were set aside to be fed like cattle and kept inactive until they were ritually sacrificed to the gods of the hunt or harvest? Granted, my imagination’s running away with me, but I do wonder.