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Olaf Réýkovic III (born Olafý Réýkovic III, October 2, 1282 – December 5, 1325) was an Islandic carpenter, farmer and one of the first men to refuse to drink out of horns. He lead the infamous movement of Réyjovakolafý, which was to stop the usage of horns to drink delicious beverages in 1292. Villagers were pissed off that they were now no longer able to drink beverages out of horns, but luckily Olafý as a carpenter started creating cups which were called Tésðícúþs out of wood, but the size of the cups had to be measured either by the size of the testicles of either husband or the grandfather of the family, it had to be a perfect match. These cups were then used and are still being used by their relatives to date.

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current14:18, March 16, 2017Thumbnail for version as of 14:18, March 16, 2017181 × 278 (5 KB)Danwolthers (talk | contribs)Olaf Réýkovic III (born Olafý Réýkovic III, October 2, 1282 – December 5, 1325) was an Islandic carpenter, farmer and one of the first men to refuse to drink out of horns. He lead the infamous movement of Réyjovakolafý, which was to stop the u...

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