1. La Dolce Vita Florence’s parents named her after the city of her birth, a lovely reminder of their three-year-long…
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The ‘duck and cover’ drills of 1950s America are infamous — mostly because the idea of a flip-top desk acting as some sort…
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Imagine a hotel where, instead of a courtesy continental breakfast and those mini shampoo and conditioners, you’re treated…
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American sailor John Cummings wasn’t the sharpest knife in the galley. “In 1799, he had seen a French juggler perform the…
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Long before the little blue pill, men went to all sorts of lengths to treat erectile dysfunction. The male affliction was…
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From ancient civilisations to prerevolutionary France, the history of the enema is awash with fans of the colonic cure-all. …
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Feel free to pre-emptively cross your legs in discomfort for this one. When Colonel Claude Martin, a French army officer in…
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