Victorians were dying to get their hands on green products– and actually dying because of them!
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You have many matters of importance to attend to this morning.
GUYS THEY ALL WORE CROTCHLESS PANTS WTF.
People thought women could only experience an orgasm if sperm were present. :-/
Rules 1, 2 and 3: wear black.
Little quiz on the prairie.
Just a little something while you're waiting for the invention of the time machine.
You're about to find out.
You true love awaits within!
We hope you'll be happily ever after with your result.
"Mondays, amirite?" – A person whose job it is to shovel human shit
Bookmark for when you need some ~beauty~ in your life.
Oh, my! This is a most indecent examination!
It's going to be pretty grim.
Are you more Medieval or Palaeolithic? Iron Age or current age?
Put a ~vintage~ ring on it.
Maybe the afterlife isn't so different after all.
Old house, new house–doesn't matter. Every house has a Victorian ghost. Which one is hanging around yours?
The heads of murderers and intellectuals from the 1840s.
Find your type in a daguerreotype.
Time to tickle your innards and celebrate the royal baby’s birth.
A diverse group of women show just how much women's makeup has changed through the ages.
Dash my wig!
It's unlikely anyone these days would call their child One Too Many, or That's It Who'd Have Thought It.
A diverse cast of models shows how the standard of beauty for women has changed dramatically over time.
Alas, tis Sir Batman of Gotham, and his squire, Robin!.
I'm off to get well and truly pifflicated.
How to swear like a 19th-century street urchin.
Mourners used to create jewelry and trinkets to remember the dead.
Dash my wig, the Victorians had a lovely way with words.
Valentine's Day fell in Movember in 1900, apparently.
Victorian collars are so not their style.
Possibly a bit like this.
Because if street style is going to be fierce, it might as well be fierce. Designer Pink Absinthe creates truly stunning one-of-a-kind pieces.
From mummified cats to life-saving corsets.
The early days of the tube. Via Museum of London.
Apparently a simple "I like you" was too low-brow. Nothing keeps the riff-raff out like a complex set of arbitrary rules.
These eerie vintage photographs were created to reveal "spirits." In actuality, Victorian-era photographers just used double exposures and darkroom manipulation to mimic paranormal phenomena!
Victorians loved a good amusement park. Spending exorbitant amounts of money to queue in long lines in the hot sun for 30 seconds of adrenaline is a summer tradition.
Warning: This post may cause seizures brought on by excessive coveting. Julee Drain of Harlequin Romantique has a serious gift.
These hipster ladies were into invisibility way before cats. A technique used during the turn of the 19th century, mothers would hide in plain sight in order to hold their children still long enough for a coveted photograph.