Young men and women often used the outhouse as a place to smoke.
Children used the outhouse as a place to hide mistakes, such as broken eggs.
Horses and rack catch a line attached to the outhouse and tip it over with a girl inside.
A family’s outhouse explodes and throws the man inside across a field.
Family expects family from California when the outhouse catches fire.
A mother just learns to drive and backs the car into the outhouse on the first day.
A young teacher stays with a family but has to walk to outhouse in the dark because husband dropped the flashlight down the hole.
A group of gypsies drop cigarettes in the outhouse and burn it down.
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