Monthly Archives: June 2014

Victorian Ice Cream

Summer is here and there is nothing more enjoyable than basking in the sun, eating home-made ice cream (unless you are me; I despise hot, sunny weather and like to stay indoors). I do like ice cream though. Despite the … Continue reading

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Killing Flies in the 19th Century

Bzzzzzz Annoying, isn’t it. Bzzzzz. That thing has probably been walking on dog poo and it’s now flying around your head. The buzzing stops and now it is walking around the rim of your Victorian tea cup. If only there … Continue reading

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Castor Oil

Castor oil is great. It is a safe aperient and works quickly. If you don’t know what aperient means, go and buy some castor oil and drink the whole bottle. It will then become apparent what aperient means. According to … Continue reading

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