Rather than doing the sensible thing and cancelling one of the dates, the character tries to keep both, going back and forth between the two dates without letting either know what's going on. Can also apply to other scheduling conflicts, where the character tries to juggle an event that he's responsible for attending, versus a more personal event that he really wants to attend.
If one of these scenes has a dress code of some form, expect a character to be caught wearing the dress for one event at the other.
Rather than doing the sensible thing and cancelling one of the dates, the character tries to keep both, going back and forth between the two dates without letting either know what's going on.
This bird-shaped pestle was used by early farmers in Papua New Guinea, probably to grind the vegetable taro in a mortar.
Archaeologists have proposed the term ‘vegeculture’ for what these hunters and gatherers were doing.
New Guinea has one of the oldest histories of food production in the world.Birds are still hugely important omens for people in New Guinea, their flight paths checked anxiously for whether they bring good luck or misfortune.We might think that we compartmentalise food and faith, supermarket and church or mosque, but for us, too, just like the New Guinea farmers who used this pestle, coming together at the dinner table underpins all our social interactions and life ceremonies. Read more New Guinea has one of the oldest histories of food production in the world.Many of them are probably prehistoric, but some were still being used at the time they were collected.They were used for grinding up plants and seeds, but in recorded times this was often associated with making magical potions used in rain-making.The dates of these deposits tell us that these artefacts were made and used between about 8,000 and 3,000 years ago.