Discussing :: Win a Peaches and Cream voucher

To celebrate the release of Hysteria on Blu-ray and DVD you can win 1 of 5 $50 Peaches and Cream voucher to buy an invention that has been 'turning on' woman since the 19th century.  Hysteria is a delightful romantic comedy set in 19th century London where the female ailment “Hysteria” was affecting half of England’s women. With a strong ensemble cast - Maggie Gyllenhaal, Hugh Dancy, Jonathan Pryce and Rupert Everett andinspired by a true story of the invention of one of women’s most favourite appliances – no, it’s not the vacuum cleaner!  Released onto Blu-ray and DVD from 9th January... read full article

#1

Win a Peaches and Cream voucher

Trust the naughty Victorians to be the ones to come up with this invention!

#2

Hilarious!

#3

Very amusing


its a very funny movie

#4

Haha would love to make my husband watch that movie! Would surely make up for all of the Star Wars, Star Trek etc etc that I've sat through. Love the idea of online shopping for this prize!

#5

looks a rather hilarious movie! would love to watch it!

#6

And a very valuable invention it was too! :)

#7

Needs, and desires,...... fulfilled !

#8

In spite of what we've been lead to believe some women were taking control of their sexuality back then, Fabulous!!

#9

Sounds hysterical, I can't wait to see Hysteria ;-)

#10

Hysteria indeed ;)

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