Doors Resource: The Wider World of Doors
Please browse below for a wider trawl of information relevant to doors.
Door Etiquette. Advice from the experts on how to treat other people when walking through a door.
Doors in Literature and Film. Doors, mostly magical and leading to other worlds, which feature in literature and film.
Doors in Poetry and Song. Doors, some firmly closed, others welcoming and thrown open wide, which feature in poetry and song.
Door Jokes. Two door jokes: one about a snail at the door, the other about a drunk at the door.
Door Puzzles. The Lying Guardian Two Door Problem and Monty Hall's Three Door Problem.
Door Proverbs. 'Never bolt your door with a boiled carrot', together with 68 other door proverbs from around the world.
Extreme Doors. Information about the world's largest, smallest, heaviest, and most secure doors.
Famous Doors. No.10 Downing Street, Castle Church at Wittenberg, and the House of Commons.
Feng Shui and Doors. An article by Sallie
Tsui Sien giving Feng Shui advice on the design, size, positioning and colours
of front doors.
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