Although you have been to Stonehegne, of course, and walked all around it and taken photographs of it, including one of the greatest all time selfies, off a selfie stick, and have the t-shirt (and let’s be honest, the collector’s edition mugs, and the Lego set), there is one nagging little question about this most druidishly romantic, mysterious ancient wonder, and that is whether or not it can be spelt.
WHAT IS A SPELT
Spelt is a kind of wheat native to southern Europe and western Asia, used mainly as feed for cattle. This is what makes spelting Stonehen so terribly preposterous.
DO YOU SPELT IT STONEHEDGE
Perhaps if you just wind up and spelt it like you would hedgehog nobody would even be able to tell the difference. That may be a very safe way to go. Hey baby my name’s Marvin have you ever been to Stonehedge? you could type in one of your creepy chatroom personas.
OR ELSE THE TRUE SPELTING IS STONEHINGE
Stonehinge makes a lot of sense, as in a hinge on a door to underworld, or otherworld realm. Feeling a bit STONEHINGED tonight must have been that huge rip I took off the bong.
GO AWAY WE ARE SPELTING STONEHENGE
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