The Past Needs YOU

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Jaded with the modern world? Hankering for the simple ways of your early 20th century ancestors?

Laura Gaynor writes:

So a company I work with (Macalla Teoranta) are making a programme where they get kids to live a day in the life of a 1916 kid. They’ll have to live without any modern technologies and attempt 10 challenges based on chores and daily tasks faced by the children of that time. The series is presented by Simon Delaney (Moone Boy, Alan Partridge Alpha Papa)

Interested?

Go here for details OR send a ONE MINUTE VIDEO CLIP of yourself here by December 20th explaining how YOU could have survived growing up in 1916 and why you deserve a bed in our 1916 House.

 

9 thoughts on “The Past Needs YOU

    1. Spaghetti Hoop

      I don’t know what TV show or celeb. the Irish have got this ‘So’ thing from but it’s everywhere. I don’t particularly like it when it’s part of an answer to my question – it suggests the person has not listened to my question. Very annoying.

    2. All the good ones fly south for winter

      Tada! would be much better. Par exemple:

      Tada! my family were killed over the weekend.

  1. Nice Anne (Dammit)

    So now I have also began ending songs with the word so.

    “So what, I’m still a rockstar..”

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