Orgy Party Planners of Ancient Rome

in ancient Rome, orgies were one of the most popular and one of the most sought-after and exclusive high-society events. These gatherings required someone to oversee the details and arrangements: the Orgy Party Planners.

The Parchmenter Job: A 5000-Year-Old Forgotten Trade

Parchment has been used as writing material for thousands of years, and Parchmenters were the skilled craftsmen who produced this valuable commodity.

Bematists Were The Original Step Counters in Ancient Greece in The 5th Century BCE

The ancient Greeks were known for their fascination with physical activity and exercise, and one of the professions that emerged from this culture was that of the Bematists or Bematistae, who were essentially ‘step counters’. These individuals were responsible for measuring the distance of various routes, such as roads and racecourses, by counting the number of steps it took to traverse them

The History of the Bidet: Possible 17th-Century Invention

A bidet is a low-mounted plumbing fixture used for washing external genitalia, perineum, and anus.
Since it was popularized in the early eighteenth century, the history of the bidet has not been a simple sanitary item but has been a hygienic practice that is at least suspect.

Powder Monkey: More Than 300 Years Using Children in Naval Warfare

An industry that actively recruited young boys was the British Royal Navy. These children were known as “Powder Monkeys” or “powder boy”.

Leech Collector and Bloodletting in the 19th Century

An old profession that has largely disappeared is that of leech collector, sometimes called leech gatherer or leech finder.

Groom of the Stool and Yeoman of the Chamber: a 14th-Century Job

Groom of the Stool was a job that existed in England from the medieval period until the reign of King Edward VII in the 19th century. It is a position that has now been forgotten, but one that provided comfort and convenience to many monarchs throughout the years.

History of PEZ Candy: A 95-Year-Old Anti-Smoking Peppermint

The History of PEZ candy is an interesting one that is rarely known or talked about.
History of PEZ Candy: A 95-Year-Old Anti-Smoking Peppermint

Saving the Endangered Peregrine Falcon with Copulation Hats 1970s

The Peregrine Falcon nearly became extinct in America mostly because they were getting destroyed by pesticides.
A falconer from invented the Fuck Hat, or “copulation hat”

The Coca-Cola Vault and The Secret Formula

For over 125 years, Coca-Cola has managed to keep its recipe secret.
The Coca-Cola Vault and The Secret Formula