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Urinario de caballeros para pared

Urinario de caballeros para pared

Lawson's vaginal washer. Everything that needs to be said about Victorian-era understanding of female genitalia is right there in this spinning brass machine with a cartoonish crank on the side. Yes, those blades would whirl around when you cranked it. You know, to clean the vagina. There is a nozzle on the back where you can attach something to shoot in water or a bottle of some chemical with a name like Dr. Hallsworth's Medicated Lady Parts Solvent. The line starts over here, ladies!

There is a nozzle on the back where you can attach something to shoot in water or a bottle of some chemical with a name like Dr. Hallsworth's Medicated Lady Parts Solvent.

Herramientas que todo hombre debe tener y no puro mugrero desechable.

Herramientas que todo hombre debe tener y no puro mugrero desechable.

The History of Showers #infographic #Shower #History

The History of Showers #infographic

We decided to do The History of Showers Infographic after our last one - The History of Toilets was such a success - we hope you enjoy it !

Japanese wooden denture circa 1800's

In the in Japan the first recorded wooden dentures appeared and continued until the

Vintage Ads:

Why fight oral hygiene - enjoy it! Brush your teeth with Whiskey Tooth Paste & rinse with soda instead of water if you prefer.

Often a wife fails to realize that doubts due to one intimate neglect shut her out from happy married love. ~ For complete feminine hygiene rely on... "Lysol"

We've come a long way, baby! Lysol was marketed as a douche that women could use to safeguard her dainty feminine allure and save her marriage from the ravages of normal vaginal functions. rofl-said-scooby-doo

1620–1705, French courtesan and wit.   Her real name was Anne de Lenclos. She numbered among her many lovers and friends such eminent men as the Great Condé, La Rochefoucauld, and Saint-Évremond. She gathered in her Paris salon a circle of wits and literary figures, and encouraged the young Moliere.  "That which is striking and beautiful is not always good; but that which is good is always beautiful."   image and text from: www.answers.com/topic/ninon-de-l-enclos

Anne "Ninon" de l'Enclos also spelled Ninon de Lenclos and Ninon de Lanclos November 1620 – 17 October was a French author, courtesan, freethinker, and patron of the arts.

Vintage French Medical Anatomy Fold Out Doll Diagram Chart of The Human Tooth

Vintage French Medical Anatomy Fold Out Doll Diagram Chart of The Human Tooth

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