His collection has been getting bigger and bigger since we moved in together.
Their stone tools may have been simple and their dwellings made from simple straw huts, but ancient Britons were in fact ahead of the times - literally - when it came to the world's first ever calendar.
The couple have been together for six years but have been forced to sleep in the guest room of their village home because his collection has taken over their bedroom.
His 32-year-old partner said: ‘He has finally given in to me and I can’t wait to get rid of them.
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Speaking to the Sunday Times, Vincent Gaffney, professor of landscape archaeology at Birmingham University, said: 'The capacity to measure time if among the most important achievements of human societies and the issue of when time was "created" by humankind is critical in understanding how society developed.'Gaffney said: 'The monument anticipates problems associated with simple lunar calendars by providing an annual astronomic correction in order to maintain the link between the passage of time, indicated by the moon, and the asynchronous solar year and associated seasons.'Gaffney added: 'This suggests that early hunter-gatherer societies in Scotland had both the need and ability to track time across the years - and perhaps within the month - and that this occurred 5,000 years before the first formal calendars were created in Mesopotamia.