Tankus the Henge is a colloquial phrase, bastardised from the Lithuanian language. Tankus means 'heavy' in Lithuanian and a henge is widely known to be a monument of wood or stone.

It's better known as a band name.
It's a statement, when lifting a large object.

The builder exclaimed in broken English: "Tankus the henge!"
by ryvitaskeeter November 29, 2012

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