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3D Stereoviews - Fun Stereoviews
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Friday, 28 November 2008 16:25

I fsh you could shee yourself th' way I shee you, you would be stonidhed tooI fsh you could shee yourself th' way I shee you, you would be stonidhed too

Underwood Stereoview 1897

Here is a cool trick photography Stereoview photograph of a drunk man seeing his wife in quadruple. The title of this stereoview is "I fsh you could shee yourself th' way I shee you, you would be stonidhed too"

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