#MirthMusicMon – Humorous Historical Reality

29 Aug

It’s always fun to watch the Fifty Years of Fashion type things, but when you actually think about it, perhaps the majority didn’t have time for or access to these fashion ideals.

Here’s a sample:



Then there’s the reality check when it comes to the corset. (This one’s actually the humorous one.)



If I didn’t like my fingernails so much I would seriously consider, really actually thinking about learning to play the harp. 😉



That’s all I have this week.

For more Mirth and Music Monday click HERE. (Thanks, ReGi!)

That’s also where you’ll want to go if you should decide to join in the fun and do a #MirthMusicMon post of your own. All it takes is something funny and something musical (it can also just be a funny song) in a blog post. 🙂





2 Responses to “#MirthMusicMon – Humorous Historical Reality”

  1. ReGi McClain August 29, 2016 at 5:04 pm #

    Yay! I love this. I always wonder how we get away with so much of this “life was like this” with servants all over the place and then not… notice… the SERVANTS!!! 😛 Seriously. Those people weren’t automatons.

    Hahaha fingernails. 😛 I love listening to harp music. I would love to learn to play the harp if it weren’t so difficult to tune. As it IS difficult to tune, it’s not on my someday-maybe list. 😛

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    • rosedandrea September 1, 2016 at 11:48 pm #

      When they were popular I enjoyed watching things like the 1800 house. It was interesting to see the daily life of servants of the era. Even if they weren’t really of the era. lol

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