caveman

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caveman

a man of the Palaeolithic age
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If lighting the fire to prepare your food means more than turning a knob and tossing a few wood chips into a pan, or your inner caveperson is clamoring to get out, it might be time to upgrade to the best the wood and charcoal grilling/ smoking arena has to offer.
Not that our age is unique: Historians of religion call this kind of superstitious thinking-by-the-gut "animism," and it's been around since the first caveperson bored a hole through a mammoth's tooth and wore it around his, or her, neck on a length of bull's intestine.
Technology was evident when the first "caveperson" used a slingshot to fell dinner.