The Victorian Zombie Valentines are here and are a great way to support the Victorian Dictionary Project!
Proceeds from the purchase of these cards will fund the publication of the Dictionary of Victorian Insults & Niceties.
I’ve started getting my store ready for Valentine’s day. Any requests or product suggestions?
This first card started out as an image of my cat, Timmy. The term, “fancy-man” first appeared in print in 1811. It was followed by the noun and adjective “fancypants,” a term used to refer to anything or anyone that is really fine, or pleasing, to behold.
out-and-outer: a person or thing that is way beyond the norm: a person of determined, adventurous, or reckless character; a person or thing of great beauty
prezactly: precisely + exactly
Mittens the banjo cat is now available on a t-shirt, and proceeds support the Dictionary Project.
As part of an ongoing effort to raise money for this project, I’ve created a couple of humourous Christmas cards. About $0.83 from the sale of each card will go directly toward supporting the Victorian Dictionary project. If you would like to donate directly, please visit: http://www.gofundme.com/fiuxlk
Enjoy my cards!