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You’ll Run Straight To The Flea Market When You See What He Did With Broken Chairs

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Have you ever watched “Flea Market Flip” on HGTV for hours on end and thought, “You know what? I can do that!” Same. And that bolstered sense of DIY prowess usually sends me on the hunt for something janky at the nearest flea market that I think I can bring back to life with skills […]

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These Vintage Life Hacks Are From The 1900s. The Weird Part Is, They Actually Work.

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We all generally see life hacks as a new trend to make life better and cigarettes as an undeniable way to, eventually, make life suck. (Sorry, smokers.) However, way back in 1900-1910, the two clashing ideas were combined to create these helpful cards which came along with the purchase of Gallaher’s brand cigarettes. But unlike the fact that cigarettes […]

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Historic Color Photos of U.S. Life in the 1940s

Photograph courtesy of The Library of Congress   These vivid color photos from the Great Depression and World War II capture an era generally seen only in black-and-white. Photographers working for the United States Farm Security Administration (FSA) and later the Office of War Information (OWI) created the images between 1940 and 1944. The FSA/OWI […]

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11 Horrifying Ingredients In Vintage Beauty Products (And The Ones You Use Today)

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People have been wearing makeup for centuries. I mean, Ancient Egyptians basically wrote the book on winged liner, am I right? Whether they were 18th-century gals looking to be pale as ghosts, or Ancient Greek ladies on a mission to slay the unibrow game, beauty has been a huge part of culture since the dawn […]

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