What it's like to live in a 300-year-old farmhouse in New York City


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What's it like?

Fer starters, EVERY GO TSAO DE TIME YOU HAVE TO USE THE BATHROOM! even at three in the morning, you have to be wearing proper clothes.


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Er... what?


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creepy cellar full of almost four centuries of artifacts.

Didn't we see this in Cabin in the Woods? I wonder what the sugar bowl does?


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That's what chamber pots are for mate.
(My mum grew up in a house with an outside loo, in the centre of Gloucester only 50 years ago)


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Isn't that what the wooden shoes are?


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The hyphen in the houses' name is in the wrong place. It should be "Vander Ende - Onderdonk". ("vander" on its own does not make sense as a Dutch surname but it is a fairly common prefix)


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