New at ABCtales: A Victorian Gentleman and the Steam Age

Surplice Dingleberry was the third and youngest son of the twelfth Lord Dingleberry, the renowned inventor of the steam-driven top hat dispenser. As was the tradition at the time, young Surplice was destined for a life in the church. However, he was – like his father – fascinated by the wonders of Victorian engineering and the possibilities inherent in steam power.

By the age of eighteen, Surplice had also begun to notice – even in those strict Victorian times – that the family’s servants were – quite often – female. Consequently, as his typical young male urges sought an outlet, and his interest in steam power increased, Surplice invented the Steam-Powered Maidservant Disrober.

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Published by David Hadley

A Bloke. Occasionally points at ducks.

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