Here's a gal who thinks she would like to live as they did in Victorian age , specifically ,1889. Mostly because of the women's fashion. As she thinks it's cool to wear corsets and crotchless pantalettes.
That may be fine but to live as they did in 1889 means some severe changes in life style.
Horses every where. Which means horse crap every where No air conditioning Very limited electricity Heating with wood or coal or heating oil Cooking with same. No refrigerator. They did have ice boxes. Which required one to get large blocks of ice to put in an insulated box. One had to get the ice from a ice factory or shag the ice man who made regular routes through the streets Doing laundry by wash board and hanging it on a line. Cooking was a day long activity Limited telephone also And no plastic products. One forgets how much we rely on plastic.
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
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