Age, The Stone


The Stone Age was a major period of prehistory which began some 3.4 billion years ago with the birth of Keith Richards in a small cave that has now become the Dartford tunnel. Richards invented the axe (later to be known as the electric guitar) and several other stone tools, including the urolith syringe, the slickenslide tremolo pedal and the fahlband spoon.  He was also responsible for the introduction of brown sugar, small crimson chickens and goat’s head soup.

The Stone Age was followed by the Bronze Age, during which sunbathing and finishing third were very popular.