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"Two out of three."
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The Piano Dreams Of Home
Tags:victorian, victorians, beahc, beaches, seashore, sea, shore, coast, coastal, desolate, empty, abandoned, film, films, famous films, movie, movies, pop culture, culture, cultured, personify, personification, personified, personifies, pianos, piano, pianist, pianists, home sweet home, music, musical, musician, musicians, parlor, parlour, parlors, furniture, furnishing, furnishings, instrument, instruments, instrumental, classical, classical music, lonely, loneliness, missing, miss, missed
Duke of Wellington
"You were really great out there!"
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"Of course, in those conservative Victorian days I kept it hidden away in the attic."
Henry John Temple, 3rd Viscount Palmerston
Tags:tomb, tombs, vampire, vampires, victorian, victorians, historical, myth, myths, mythology, mythological, legend, legends, london, grave, graves, grave robber, grave robbers, language, word play, word-play, play on words, wrong, mistake, mistaken, bummer, gothic, slang, slangs, modern slang, modern life
Introducing Lady Doritos
"Why yes, love, it makes it look positively huge."
Tags:butt, bottom, bottoms, butt size, pannier, panniers, petticoat, petticoats, fashion sense, dress sense, side hoop, side hoops, side-hoop, side-hoops, sidehoop, victorian, victorians, female beauty, fashions, fashionable, trend setter, trend setters, trend setting, compliment, compliments, complimenting
"I must have completely lost track of time."
Fitness Club Founded in 1892
Tags:penny-farthing, penny-farthings, penny farthing, penny farthings, high wheel, high wheels, high wheelers, high wheeler, fitness club, fitness clubs, gym, gyms, workout, workouts, work out, work outs, work-out, work-outs, bicycle, bicycles, bike, bikes, bike machine, cycle machine, bike machines, victorian, victorians, olden times, old fashioned, out of date
A Victorian lion chair is given a tail.
"I wish you would make up your mind, Mr. Dickens. Was it the best of times or was it the worst of times? It could scarcely have been both."
Tags:dickens, charles dickens, tale of two cities, a tale of two cities, it was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the best of times it was the worst of times, literature, novel, book, books, writer, writing, story, stories, newspaper, newspapers, editor, editors, writers, contradiction, contradictions, oxymoron, oxymorons, victorian, victorians, victorian era
Boy whistling at crackers.
"You're a demanding little chap. The nearest telephone is in the next century."
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'I remember when you used to look for answers using your astute powers of deduction.'
Tags:train, train station, stretching, journey, travel, travelling, rest, resting, stretch your legs, stretching your legs, platform, breather, train stop, stop off, relax, stretch out, travel, medieval, victorian, archaic, literal, leg pulling, break, walk around, word play, play on words, commute, commutes, commuter, commuters, commuting, public transport, public transportation, railway, railways
'The Colonoscopy of Dorian Gray'
'I got a government grant to convert it back into a workhouse for the unemployed.'