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If you have a story suggestion email entertainment. While public latrines were common in Roman-era cities and villages, very few have survived. Why you can trust BBC News. But it appears that the jokes targeted at the LGBT community are on the way out. As Megan Gannon at LiveScience reports, archaeologists have unearthed a latrine decorated with suggestive mosaics, meaning the dirty jokes were built right into the walls.

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Whatever the case, the jokes help archaeologists put a human face on their work. Instead of admiring the reflection of his face in the water, he is ogling the reflection of his well-endowed genitals. Photo of the Day. In the latrine version, however, Narcissus has a very long nose, which Romans would have recognized as a sign of ugliness. The other mural depicts Narcissusthe Greco-Roman mythological character who falls in love with his own reflection in the waters of a spring, eventually wasting away. I'm a writer and I'm going to write about anything and anybody I want, and I hope other writers do the same. The Priest of Abu Ghraib.

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As Megan Gannon at LiveScience reports, archaeologists have unearthed a latrine decorated with suggestive mosaics, meaning the dirty jokes were built right into the walls. Should Family Guy 'phase out' gay jokes? Image copyright FOX Image caption Stewie has often been the butt of gay jokes on Family Guy Family Guy is known for its politically incorrect humour, but now the team behind the show are making some changes. Why you can trust BBC News. Suggestive artwork or trinkets were also not unusual.

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