Thursday, May 03, 2007

Drop Your Pants and Be a Part of History

Visitors to ├ůsens By in southeastern Sweden can use a toilet just like the ones used by their 18th-century ancestors.

In previous centuries most Swedes used similar facilities said Patricia Blaker, who led the project to restore the venerable dunny.

"We get lots of school classes who come here and most haven't used an ordinary outside toilet," she told The Local.

"Now they can get the chance to use it like people used to." [Link]
My parents have an authentic 19th-century outhouse attached to the back of their barn. After reading this, I'm thinking of charging admission.


Charge extra if they want a photograph :D Great stuff, Chris.


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