ferine: (Wolfman)
Last November I ordered this great sketch for Antonio's b-day from werewolf-news.com and felt compelled to share it before the photogasm:

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ferine: (Rwar)
I first mentioned this film here on November 3rd, 2010. Then I received a FEARnet email about the movie today, along with its trailer. This looks freakin' fantastic! >:-D

ferine: (yellow)
Huh. Pretty cool transformations.
ferine: (Yule)
Perfect for the holiday season!



ferine: (moonlight becomes us)
I'm sure others are familiar with this British web series. It was uploaded three years ago. However, I just discovered it, and it is great!

Watch the following one first; it sets up the whole series:

Then there's 1-6 of The Girl Who Cried Wolf. The following is #1:





ferine: (yellow)
For fun, I paid Andrew's wife at Werewolf News for a caricature of me as a werewolf back in May. I think this turned out really cool:

My reference pic:
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My caricature--Rawr!
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ferine: (werewolf)
Saw the film Red Riding Hood Saturday, and tried to dampen my expectations–more like hopes, in actuality–even though its star, Amanda Seyfried, was brilliant in the comedy/horror/coming of age flick Jennifer’s Body. Since the movie’s website and merchandising is clearly aimed at the teen audience, if not specifically to the irritating Twilight niche, I fought to keep that from coloring my experience.

And, by gum, I was utterly, pleasantly surprised. The film was a surreal wildlife painting in motion. The sparing use of colors made certain hues reach out with life. The often strange flora, and flowers in winter, seemed a fond nod to the ’80’s film The Company Of Wolves.

The dialogue and acting were accessible and personable. The language was modern, yet not overbearingly so. References to dispatching werewolves and evidence of such were accurate historically, as were the Catholics tools of the trade. Gary Oldman played a wonderfully single-minded and cruel werewolf hunter and priest. The uneducated, unquestioning religious views, and planned marriages for money rather than love, and the default fear of the villagers to anything out of the ordinary, as portrayed in the movie, lined up with the years of werewolf lore, and by proxy the European peasants of the time, I’ve digested. If one is expecting a werewolf transformation scene, or a bipedal wolf-man, neither are featured in the movie. This didn’t disappoint me, as it would’ve distracted from the plot. The werewolf was like those described in the time period, not bipedal-style man-wolves but large "demonic", yet realistic appearing, wolves.

The reveal of the werewolf came as a surprise. I was tickled to be so, as often such genre films are formulaic. Also, to me the finale was a satisfying one, especially when most
werewolf movies end tragically or hopelessly.

To me the film was a pretty fantasy, a fable on the big screen. I’m very happy I went.
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ferine: (Yule)
When Wolves Rescued Santa
by Suzanne Asha Stone and posted on 21 December 2010
For your holiday enjoyment (and with apologies to Clement C. Moore)!

‘Twas the eve before Yuletide
And to Santa’s great dismay
Came such an icy blizzard
Reindeer couldn’t lift the sleigh.
As the elves paced and worried
And Santa’s face grew a scowl
A song echoed from the woods:
A wolf pack’s ancient howl.
From the thick of the storm
O’er snow on big padded feet
Came eight silvery wolves
Ice and wind could not beat.
Santa’s mouth hung open wide
As the wolves paired up in front of his sleigh
Then he sputtered to the elves
“Well…then… let’s be on our way!”
Santa met and thanked each wolf
While the elves finished loading the last gift
Then he sprinkled their fur with fairy dust
Chuckling, “That’ll give you a lift.”
“They won’t believe this in Wyoming!”
He laughed, a merry twinkle in his eyes
Then the elves harnessed the wolves
Giving a mighty pull they took to the skies!
From the thick of the storm
O’er snow on big padded feet
Came eight silvery wolves
Ice and wind could not beat.
On Lightfoot! On Blacktail! On Windswift! On Howler!
On GreenEyes! On MoonSong! On Hunter! On Prowler!
The wolves’ eyes glowed as they leapt through the storm
Santa wished his own coat would keep him as warm.
That night the wolves even taught Santa to howl
A song filled with hope for Peace and for Joy
That this season may bring for all Life on Earth
As they left special gifts for each girl and boy.
‘Twas that icy eve before Yuletide
Santa will fondly remember
When wolves rescued his mission
That stormy December.

For Orion. Suzanne Asha Stone ©2010
ferine: (werewolf)
Excellent! >:-D

"A common misunderstanding is that we are wolves. We are not wolves. Have you ever seen a wolf with dentures (I mean their own)? We look like wolves. Sometimes we act like wolves. We are 'as if' wolves. The ontological 'as if,' as in 'I may look as if I'm a wolf but I know I am not one. At least I'm pretty sure. What does ontological mean again? 'Wolf' is simply a metaphor, like 'gainfully employed.' "

"The day of the ceremony I got up early and started practicing my 'transformation face'. I knew that a dignified transformation face was probably beyond my reach--I just wanted to avoid looking ridiculous. You can imagine the difficulty. Not to be too indelicate, but the experience of morphing from human into wolf shape is a bit like evacuating your bowels, having an orgasm, regurgitating a week's worth of dinners, and giving birth to a baby all at the same time. It makes for a full evening. If the wrong people witness your transformation your social calendar empties out rather rapidly.
I spent most of the morning in front of the mirror, but I'm afraid the best I achieved was the classic 'My groin just exploded!' look."

Be sure to pick up the new collection of humorous horror stories, Blood Lite II: Overbite, edited by Kevin J. Anderson. Lots of werewolf goodies therein, including the incredibly witty "Shaggy Dog Story."
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Fun video. >:-D

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Cyanide and Happiness, a daily webcomic
Cyanide & Happiness @ Explosm.net
ferine: (werewolf)
How have I not heard of this before?

Cream Wolf, the video game. Here's the suitably absurd plot with instructions:

You are a werewolf. By day, you drive an ice cream truck around the local neighborhood, playing your tune and attracting a base of dedicated customers. By night, use that same tune to lure the addicted townsfolk back to your hideout so you can gobble them up, regurgitating them to make new ice cream flavors before heading to the next town to do it again.

Cream Wolf is played with the keyboard.
Arrow keys - Drive your truck around / control the werewolf. Drive to the right from your hideout to get to town.
X key - Hold it down to play your ice cream truck's tune and attract customers. This may also attract the attention of cops or investigators nearby.
If you collide with a cop or investigator, you'll get busted/fined, lose a life and have to start back at your hideout.
When a customer touches your truck, the Ice Cream Game begins (as long as you have collected at least one ice cream cone icon in the town map).
In the Ice Cream Game, a customer's order is shown above the selection box and in text at the bottom of the screen. Press X when the correct ingredient passes through the selection box to drop it on top of the cone. The right or left arrow keys control the direction of the ingredient dial. The more accurate you are with getting ingredients centered on the cone, the more loyal (and fat) your customer will become!
When you unlock more flavors and multiple customers can approach your truck at the same time, the Z key controls a second order in the Ice Cream Game.
On the night of the full moon, continue playing your tune to make the addicted kids follow you, then drive back (left) to your hideout. When you arrive in front of your hideout (with the icon of your face on it) you'll change into your werewolf form.
The werewolf is controlled with the arrow keys -- run into the kids to eat them.
M - Mutes music and sound effects.
Space bar - Pauses the game.
The game is over when you lose all your lives.

To get to the town from your hideout, drive east (to the right).
You can only gobble up children during a full moon. Until then your goal should be to get them as addicted to your wares as possible.

Play the game here.
ferine: (Default)
Love the transformation sequence. Too funny!
ferine: (yellow)
They're also my current favorite MP3s:

Animal by Miike Snow

I'd shift shapes just to hide in this place but I'm still, I'm still an animal.

There was a time when my world was filled with darkness, darkness, darkness.
Then I stopped dreaming, now I'm supposed to fill it up with something, something, something.

In your eyes I see the eyes of somebody I knew before, long, long, long ago.
But I'm still trying to make my mind up, am I free or am I tied up?

I'd shift shapes just to hide in this place, but I'm still, I'm still an animal.
Nobody knows it but me when I slip, yeah I slip, I'm still an animal.

There is a hole and I tried to fill it up with money, money, money.
But it gets bigger to your hopes, it's always running, running, running.

In your eyes I see the eyes of somebody who could be so, tell me if I'm wrong.
Now I'm pulling your disguise up. Are you free or are you tied up?

I'd shift shapes just to hide in this place, but I'm still, I'm still an animal.
Nobody knows it but me when I slip, yeah I slip, I'm still an animal.

The Werewolf by Bearcraft

The wicked werewolf is alive again
The fickle pairing of the lives of men
And lupine beasts of blurry memories
Desire too strong for me

I saw your photo on the internet
That wicked web we weave is spun again
Again your apparition came to me
Flashing lights and stamping feet

And moving hips
Glued to the beat
Gyrating shoulders, soaring heat

Through miming lips
A word released
The wolf unleashed

A feral howl pierces the atmosphere
Your ferine advances are welcome here
A stinging course of kisses premiered
And now there's perfume in the air

On flowing hair
Shone glowing glare
A midnight sunshine, stirring flair

Through miming lips
A word released
Then comes the beast

The wicked werewolf is alive again
The fickle pairing of the lives of men
And lupine beasts of blurry memories
Desire too strong for me

You're A Wolf by Seawolf

I'm walking on the southern street, cut to the river 'fore I run too low.
I'm walking on the southern street, cut to the river 'fore I run too low.

Old gypsy woman spoke to me, lips stained red from a bottle of wine.
Old gypsy woman spoke to me, lips stained red from a bottle of wine.
The one that you are looking for, you're not gonna find her here.
The one that you are looking for, you're not gonna find her here, here.

I'm runnin' on the northeast street, cut to the ocean 'fore I run too low.
I'm runnin' on the northeast street, cut to the ocean 'fore I run too low,
Cut to the ocean 'fore I run too low.
The one that you are looking for, you're not gonna find her here.
The one that you are looking for, you're not gonna find her here, here.

Old gypsy woman spoke to me, said, You're a wolf, boy, get out of this town.
Old gypsy woman spoke to me, said, You're a wolf, boy, get out of this town.
You're a wolf, boy, get out of this town.
You're a wolf, boy, get out of this town.
You're a wolf.
You're a wolf.
You're a wolf.
You're a wolf.

Two I can't find lyrics for:

American Werewolf In London by Agent K & J-Break--A fun mindless techno diddy with many choice snippets of dialog from the film. I prefer the Screwface mix, as the movie dialog's clearer.

Loup Garou by The Great Physician--really interesting and unchatagorizable sound. My lyrics search kept turning up Evangelical Christian groups, which I don't think they are.
ferine: (werewolf)
(From werewolves.com: list of 167 werewolf-inspired songs:

(* Indicates covers)
A-Ha – Cry Wolf
A Radio With Guts – Werewolf Weather
Acoustic Rescue – The Lycanthrope
* Adam Sandler – Werewolves of London
Annika – Varulvar och alvor (Werewolves and Elves)
The Barbarellas – Teenage Werewolf
Barry Dransfield – The Werewolf
Betty – Wolfwoman
Binary Star – Wolf Man Jack
Blaster The Rocketman – I Like Lycanthropy
The Browns – American Werewolf In Calgary
Calabrase – Werewolf Boy
Chama C. Fox – The Wolf in You
Chama C. Fox – Wolves
Cradle Of Filth – Amor E Morte
* Cradle of Filth – Halloween 2
Cradle Of Filth – Of Mist And Midnight Skies
Creedence Clearwater Revival: Bad Moon Rising
The Cramps – I Was a Teenage Werewolf
Cynthia McQuillin – Fleas
Cynthia McQuillin – Hunter’s Moon
Cynthia McQuillin – Night Heat
Cynthia McQuillin – Wolfling
Da boy tommy – Full Moon
Danzig – Killer Wolf
Danzig – I’m The One
Danzig – Trouble
David Bowie – Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
Deadman Our Eternal Ghosts – Werewolves
Death In June – Smashed To Bits (In The Peace Of The Night)
Death In June – Power Has A Fragrance
Diamondback – Midnight
The Doleful Lions – The Rats Are Coming! The Werewolves Are Here!
Dr. Killbot – Lycanthrope
Duran Duran – Hungry Like A Wolf
Dylan McLeod – Wolf – Clowns
Echo’s Children – The Least of My Kind
Evileye – Lycanthropy
Fang – Diary of a Mad Werrwoulf
Five Man Electrical Band – Werewolf
Forgive-Me-Not – Werewolf
The Four Eyes – Lycantrope Nerd
Fugitives – Wolfman of the Bricolage
Garmarna – Varulven (Werewolf)
Genesis – White Mountain
George Fenton – The Message And Main Theme
Ghoul Squad – I Was A Teenage Werewolf
* Gosling – Cat People (Putting Out Fire)
Gowan – Strange Animal
Grateful Dead – Dire Wolf
Guana Batz – Werewolf Blues
Heather Alexander – Wolfen One
Hedningarna – VargTimmen (Hour of the Beast)
Hedningarna – Räven (Fox Woman)
High on Fire – Fireface
The HopHeads – I Was a Teenage Werewolf
Iced Earth – Wolf
Ilaria Graziano – Valse de la Lune
Inkubus Sukkubus – Woman To Hare
Jefferson Airplane – When I Was a Boy I Watched the Wolves
Jerk Alert – (I’m a) Werewolf
Joni Mitchell – The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey
Josef Jahn & Kirk Adams – Eclipse Jam Mix
Joyce – Run, Wolf Warrior, Run
Julia Ecklar – Timmain
Julia Ecklar – The Wolf Pack
Julia Ecklar – Golden Eyes
Kamatu – Shapeshifters
Kamatu – The Wolf Within
Kamatu – Howlin’
Kathy Mar – Shapeshifter
Kathy Mar – Fox-woman
Killers By Trade – Loup Garou (Evil Version)
King Diamond – House of God
Krokus – Night Wolf
Kroll – Werewolf
Leslie Fish – Cat Maiden
Leslie Fish – The Beast!
Little Miss Freak – Werewolves
Llanfair P. G. – Werewolves Song
Los Lobos – Will the Wolf Survive?
The Lucky Nightsticks – Japanese Werewolf
Lurking Fear – Werewolf
Luxuria – Animal In The Mirror
The Lycanthrope Project – Lycanthrope Spell
The Maulies – Werewolf
Meco Monardo – Werewolf (Loose in London)
Megadeth – She-Wolf
Metallica – Of Wolf And Man
Midlife Crisis – Werewolf of Love
Miguel Bose – Como un Lobo
Mikhal – Loup Garou
Mil’nica – Oboroten’
The Misfits – We Bite
The Misfits – Wolfsblood
The Misfits – Demonomania
Moon Theory – Shapeshifter
Moonspell – Full Moon Madness
Moonspell – Sanguine
Moonspell – Wolfshade (A Werewolf Masquerade)
Moonspell – Wolves From The Fog
Nazca Nine – Werewolves
Nazca Nine – Werewolves II (live)
Otyg – Varulvsnatt
Ozzy Osbourne – Bark at the Moon
Pearl Jam – Animal
Pegazus – The Werewolf
Penumbra – Lycanthrope – Emanate
Rainbow – Run With The Wolf
Ray Obiedo – Werewolf
Ritchie Blackmore – Wolf of the Moon
Robert Miles – Full Moon
Robert Mirabal – Skinwalker’s Moon
Running Wild – Prowling Werewolf (Live)
Running Wild – Prowling Werewolf
Sagent – Lycanthropy Paraphrase
Sam the Sham & the Pharaohs – Little Red Riding Hood
Samhain – Halloween 2
Samhain – The Shift
Samhain – The Howl
Savage Garden – The Animal Song
Schoolyard Heroes – Curse of the Werewolf
The Schulz/Lockhart Project – Werewolf Silence
Seasons Of The Wolf – October Moon
Seraphim Shock – Shapeshifter
Sha-Boom – Werewolf
Shakira – She Wolf
The Shy Guys – Werewolf in Love
Sicko – My Tribute to the Misfits (aka- Your Sister Is a Werewolf)
Siouxsie & the Banshees Juju – Nightshift
Six Feet Under – Lycanthropy
Smoove Diamonds – Loverbeast in Paris
Soil & Eclipse – Lycanthropy – Meridian
Sonata Arctica – Fullmoon (From “White Pearl, Black Oceans”)
Sonata Arctica – Ain’t Your Fairytale
Soul Whirling Somewhere – Every Female Werewolf Ever…
Southern Culture On The Skids – Werewolf
Speed Devils – Werewolf
Steve Roslonek – Werewolf
Strawberry Bazzare – Wolf
Sturmtrupp – Der Werwolf
Styx – Witch Wolf
Tad – Lycanthrope
Tanglefoot – Loup Garou
Tera Mitchel – The Werewolf’s Lament
This Busy Monster – Loup-Garou
Tool – Forty Six and Two
The Tragically Hip – Im A Werewolf, Baby
Trance Factor – Lycanthrope
Type O Negative – Wolf Moon
Ulver – Ulvsblakk
Ulver – The entire ‘Nattens Madrigal’ album
V.S.B. – Werewolf
The Vacancy – Teenage Werewolf
Various – Hour of the Wolf
Walker T Ryan – Werewolf Blues
Walter Egan – Full Moon Fire
Warlock – Cry Wolf
Warren Zeavon – Werewolves of London
Wednesday 13 – American Werewolves In London
The Whisky Horrors – The Minotaur In Me
The Whisky Horrors – Werewolf Moon
Willy DeVille – Loup Garou Bal Goula
Wolfstone – Crowfeathers
XIII Stoleti – London After Midnight
XIII Stoleti – Transylvanian Werewolf
ferine: (screech owl tribal)
(The following is cherry-picked from a delightful recent British book I've been engrossed in, Werewolves: The Beast Within by Jon Izzard. I've read and re-read and replay this excerpt like a mantra. Though it specifically regards wolves in a totemic stance, I feel it's applicable to anyone with a link to any animal or bird, and not just as a totem--because of this, I've substituted "animal" for "wolf" whenever possible):

The world we presently live in moves faster than our minds and bodies can comfortably cope with--part of the reason why too many people feel stressed for far too much of the time. "The now of wolf-thought," as Wendy and Richard Pini express it in their Elfquest series of graphic novels (1978, ongoing), requires the mind to focus only on what is happening at this minute. There is no fretting over the past; no worrying about the future. "Now" is what really matters. It's the wonderful and timeless immediacy of childhood and can be useful if you are trying to reduce your stress levels.

Living in the now is also particularly relevant to the overarching theme of the werewolf--the sudden, violent release of utter rage in the transformation that overcomes us when we lose our temper. Paradoxically, the animal can be useful in anger management, as the animal would not waste its time and energy raving against something that is either so big that it's out of our control, or so small that we simply shouldn't bother about it. Though potentially ferocious, the animal is a creature with a clear sense of proportion.

The animal can help us become more assertive. In the highly structured world of school, work, and social life, we can become too passive, too willing to roll over and give up. Sometimes we need to stand up for what we believe in, even if we stand alone. The lone animal is not afraid, nor is it out of control. It is intensely alive and self-aware.

Being assertive allows us to express opposition without actually being aggressive. Although it involves confrontation, it is not about winning, but rather about solving a problem and finding the best outcome.

Self-assertion--finding a good balance between being a doormat and being overly aggressive--is a weapon that can be wielded with disarming gentleness. Using the abilities of our inner animal can transform our lives in a very positive way.

With a clear vision of ourselves and our lives, we are in a much better position to transform our environment. These liberating transformations are only possible when they are tempered with a wholehearted commitment to taking personal responsibility for ourselves and our actions.
ferine: (yellow)
Being a werewolf enthusiast, when I spied The Complete Idiot's Guide to Werewolves by Nathan Robert Brown in the metaphysical books section, I had to pick it up. I knew it would be bad, given that the cover boasted a coyote yapping at a full moon when they undoubtedly intended it to portray a wolf howling at the moon. I hoped it would be a funny read at least, maybe something along the lines of the amazing dry wit of The Werewolf's Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten by Ritch Duncan. Alas, no. The attempts at levity fall flat, particularly after having finished The Werewolf's Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten prior to reading The Complete Idiot's Guide to Werewolves.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Werewolves is a clumsy mixture of Cliff'sNotes type versions of oft-cited historical facts and lore, urban legends, descriptions of a few werewolf-themed movies, books, comics, anime, and games, "Native American werewolves and shapeshifters", relatives of the werewolf, therianthropes of the East, clinical lycanthropy, physical illnesses that may have spurred the idea of werewolves, and two chapters tossed in the mix that are attempts at humor (and boast prominent warnings that they are, in fact, humor, and not intended to be enacted on) -- Chapter 15. Once Bitten... Then What? and Chapter 16. How To Kill a Werewolf. These chapters are jarring, as suddenly it's goofy fantasy sandwiched between non-fiction chapters. I implore anyone who wants the subject matter of those two chapters presented in a skillfully written, witty, and thorough manner, that never breaks character and broadcasts no warnings (because--duh!--it's a parody), please order the amusing and vastly superior The Werewolf's Guide to Life: A Manual for the Newly Bitten by Ritch Duncan.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Werewolves offers a few references, but not as many as most well done Complete Idiot's Guides do. Is this a book of personal conjecture? Is this a work of fiction? Is this a serious expose of werewolves in history and pop culture? The book vacillates awkwardly between all three. The back of the book states it provides:
  • A brief history of werewolves around the world.
  • Beyond-beastly explanations of werewolf phenomena.
  • A selection of savagely entertaining werewolf facts and stories.
  • A fascinating look at how humans transform into werewolves.

  • I suppose it does what it says, but without proper references it's difficult to cross-check. Much of it can easily be discovered on-line. This is why I was dismayed when certain "facts" were offered that can be easily disproved, or at least called into question, if one does a good web search. How hard is a thorough Google search for both pro and con sites for each factoid/myth/urban legend/etc.? I just did so for a few days while writing this.

    I could seriously spend weeks nitpicking each chapter and giving references to either discount the "facts" presented or to offer more widely accepted, different, or more thorough lore. Instead, I'll merely address a few things that made me scoff:
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    I don't think I'll be placing The Complete Idiot's Guide to Werewolves by Nathan Robert Brown on my shelves of werewolf/shape-shifter non-fiction or fiction. To me it deserves a place of rest among neither, nor will I be lending it out to anyone with an interest in the subject.
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    (From: //ilovewerewolves.com/)

    Do werewolves celebrate Christmas?
    Werewolves have a human side to them, and do not lose that when they find out they are werewolves. Many still celebrate the holidays and traditions they grew up on when they were humans. If when they were only human they celebrated Christmas, then they are likely to celebrate the holiday when they are werewolves as well. But if they didn’t believe in Christmas at all, then they still don’t believe in Christmas. In other words, being a werewolf does not necessarily effect what holidays you celebrate.

    Christmas Werewolf Superstitions
    Humans on the other hand are very superstitous about werewolves and Christmas. Some human cultures believe they are more likely to spot werewolves around holidays like Christmas. One good example of this is the country of Romania which has a custom called Colinde, or Colinda which are traditional Romanian Christmas carols. This Romanian custom is a big event, where groups gather and are led by a leader door to door singing Christmas Carols. Colinde used to be a ritual themed around things like hunts and animals, and ocassionally involved dressing up as animals. Original superstitions surrounding this ritual included the belief in werewolves (vârcolac).

    Romania is not the only country that has superstitions surrounding werewolves and christmas. Other countries like Russia and Italy also have folklore which says that humans born on Christmas Eve are likely to become werewolves.

    (From: http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=9B06E7DC1731E733A25750C2A9649D946797D6CF)

    The "Twelve Days of Christmas"; The Terrors of the Long Dark Nights---The Wild Huntsman and the Werewolves---"The Madonna of the Heathen North" Who Breaks, the Evil Spells
    By Maud Going
    December 23, 1906, Sunday

    ONCE there were giants on earth, valiant in work and play. Our heroic forefathers rose before the sun, well-nigh garroted themselves with fearful neckwear, and breakfasted on beef and ale. Our intrepid foremothers, after a strenuous day spent in superintending the spinning, weaving, baking, brewing, and candlemaking of a complex household and the training of a dozen children, could lace themselves into appalling corsets and dance till cock-crow. [ END OF FIRST PARAGRAPH ] (download the full article in PDF format at the website. It's cool in its antiquated style.)



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