The epic and origin in the realization of the calming effects beer has on men: civilizing the wild beast!
Here's the story..
It started with a King and a wildman his name was Enkidu, Enkidu represents the force of untamed nature, a force that civilized, city-dwelling society both feared and admired.
Having decided to make a "strong and courageous man" who would be "just like Gilgamesh," the gods created Enkidu from a pinch of clay thrown onto a plain. Enkidu came into life full-grown, hairy, and wild. He lived like an animal, eating grass and drinking with the beasts at water holes.
Hearing of the untrappable wild man, Gilgamesh sent a woman to tame him and teach him the ways of civilization. After seven days with her, Enkidu became somewhat calm, he then got hungry she gave him bread he began having thought with patience and sensitivity, he then got thirsty, she gave him Beer and then more beer.. and little more.. with that he became calm and more manly.. He began shaving and wearing clothes, and the animals fled from him. Enkidu had taken his first step into human society In this part of the epic, he becomes a symbol of the shift from primitive to civilized life. Aha.. It was Beer..
Women and beer are the origins of taming man to be civilized,so if your man comes home chewing on grass growling like a big ol' bear.. spend seven days with him, feed him bread, then hand him a nice cold beer..hehe
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