Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Women use smoking to attract men's

Women use smoking to attract men's attention to their fragile nature

It is high noon. I am enjoying a cup of coffee in one of Moscow’s ubiquitous coffee shops. I cannot but take a look at a woman seated a table away from me. The woman sips at her coffee, gazing pensively at the window. She wears a dab of makeup on her face, and her outfit looks like a perfect example of office dress code. Her hairdo is impeccably neat to top off the picture. And she has an imperious air about her. I seem to know the reason why she looks this way: a cigarette is stuck in her hand. The woman puffs on her cigarette as if she is trying to reveal some mystery to me. Looks like she is taking a deep drag on her cigarette to send me an invitation: follow along with me. I am trying to breathe softly so that the idyll can not be broken to smithereens. Finally, I just cannot help giving way to the temptation…

Why on earth do women smoke? The attitude to a woman who smokes was invariably negative in the past. That attitude seems to have changed as capitalism took shape in this country. According to statistics, about 20% of Russian women aged from 18 to 35 are smokers. It would be preposterous to tell off women for smoking these days. “Smoking is a conscious choice of an adult person,” or so the say.

A cigarette in a woman’s hand has begun to symbolize a certain air of success, mystery, and true femininity though the last part of the statement seems a bit far-fetched. A woman smoker is a like-minded person in the eyes of a man who is a smoker too. This kind of woman would not make a scene over the ashtray in a bedroom. Please do not get me wrong – by no means am I encouraging women to fall into the habit of smoking. I am just trying to form an objective judgment. Let us take a closer look at female smoking as a means for showing off a woman smoker to advantage.

Female smoking looks very much like some kind of a ritual. A woman puffs at her cigarette to weave up a smoky disguise for the gamut of glances and gazes. A woman’s individuality can be brought to light if you pay attention to the way she inhales on her cigarette and exhales smoke. A woman is apparently in the state of confusion or she is eagerly awaiting something if she inhales rather abruptly and sends the smoke out right away. A woman must be in a thoughtful mood if you can see her cigarette sitting unattended in an ashtray, slowly burning away. You had better watch out if a woman seated at your table keeps her mouth open while exhaling smoke. The woman seems to let the smoke pour out freely. The woman is definitely on the make, and you may end up trapped in her net.

A woman’s character traits and emotions can be revealed through the way she shakes the ash off her cigarette. An intermittent and somewhat fidgety manner of dropping aches indicates a current state of uncertainty or general nervousness. A woman who looks at her hand while tapping on the cigarette with an index finger is most likely to be no stranger to sophisticated sensuality.
A woman of strong character is expected to “rub off” her cigarette against the ashtray.

You can learn a thing or two about a woman who asks you for a light. A woman with lots of self-esteem will never bow her head if you hold out the lighter too low for her. A “man-hater” will take the lighter from your hand. A woman who is dominated by her mother is likely to bend her head for your lighter. A woman with a sensual personality will curl up her lips and blow out the smoke in wisps, whereas a woman with a mannish personality will barely hold up the cigarette to the corner of her lips when inhaling.

On the whole, women can use smoking as a tactic for attracting men and/or giving them the green light. A woman’s mannerisms are less ostentatious when she smokes for the sake of smoking. She just puffs on her cigarette while gazing out the window.

It is a different story when a woman lights up a cigarette for the benefit of men, she does it for effect. A woman starts going through noticeable changes once a man within reach of her vision takes her fancy.

The woman may be unaware of the changes but they do happen anyway. She will straighten out her back and cross her legs. And she will have that look in her eyes, an odd combination of aloofness and coquetry. The woman will use her cigarette as a handy tool for showing off her refined manners and graceful gesticulation. A show goes under way. Cigarette smoke floats through the air as the orange eye of a cigarette is glowing softly in the ashtray – can the above be the signs of real beauty and the embodiment of our time?

Many a time I found myself staring at the women who had cigarettes in their hands. To be honest, I like staring at pretty women without cigarettes too. As far as I am concerned, a woman and a cigarette agree like whisky and soda. A woman looks sexier with a cigarette in her hand or mouth, for that matter. Smoking is just another way of exhibiting a woman’s fine hands, beautiful lips and a flair for perfect makeup. The method is rather simple yet it works. Read more...
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Sex Snow Sculptures and History

Did people do this 2,000 years ago? No, not have sex you idiot, I'm talking about dirty snow sculptures. History leaves out a lot of these kinds of details, like who penned the first fart gag.
Did people in ancient Greece write their buddy's names and phone number on the bathroom stall as a gag? Of course not, they didn't have telephones back then, but I guess you could have used their stone mail address.

I did the Great Pyramid become the best one. I would imagine the conversation going something like this:

“You know Pharaoh, we could poll people and find out which pyramid truly is the best.” stated the assistant.
“How would we do that?” asked the Pharaoh.
“The internet silly” replied the assistant.

Of course that was the last thing the assistant said. He was killed for talking about something that didn’t exist. Ok, I’m kidding, the Pharaoh whacked him for calling him silly.

What about the jokes? One Phoenician is walking down the street, stops another and says “what’s that on your toga?”, then places the pointing finger on the person’s chest. I think you get where this one goes. Who knows when this old gag started out but I’m guessing it was before the age of napkins.

Did racial or religious jokes exist back then? “Hey Ferdinand did you hear the one about the Jew, the Catholic, and the Inquisition? Man, it’s a killer!” Judging from how history has played out, I’m going to bet the farm that we have always done this.

That same history we were taught in school didn’t answer any questions either. We learned that the past was a magical time of dragons and everyone was happily farming. In other places giant people wore togas and meet in big buildings to decide on things. Then they would pick Christians up and eat them like animal crackers, legs first so they don't run away. Meanwhile, a man named after a cartoon character wrote two parts of a trilogy but tragically died before the third installment could be written. Read more...
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Sunday, May 27, 2007

Men can do without sex for three weeks only

Sexual abstinence can help woman get her act together

Surveys conducted on the Internet found that men (mostly single ones) can do without sex for three weeks at a maximum. Their abstinence limits tend to crumble once they down four brandies and spot a busty blond in a bar. The poll found that married men can show greater patience when it comes to sexual abstinence – yet another piece of evidence indicating that a family can be a good influence on men’s health.

Women are said to be capable of forgoing sex for a much longer period. However, the word “ability” does not seem to belong here. In most cases, women have to do without sex, for a number of reasons. That is why the quality of sex has priority over its quantity for us. Speaking of sexual abstinence, the question is: Is it really an awful thing?

All of us have heard about the beneficial effects of sex on our well-being. Engaging in sexual activities can raise endorphins levels and improve flexibility; it is positively enriching, includes mutually pleasurable experiences, and enhances self-determination, communication, and relationships. Every second thousands of people read and write about sex and sex-related subjects.

Sex is all the rage; there is no doubt about it. Sex seems to be the hottest item in a large variety of periodicals and web sites. All that fuss about sex may get you to form the impression that having quality sex with some dream lover on a daily basis is today’s norm. Likewise, you should not feel bored or ashamed when having sex. And you are supposed to do your utmost and become a perfect partner. Any deviations from the above goals should be seen as signs of abnormality. However, it is easy to set things to rights by following recommendations you can find in an article, book, video etc.

“There’s nothing I can do about it, that’s the way I am,” you sigh right after confessing that there are some other interests in your life apart from sex. Perhaps you would be amazed to find out that the majority of women belong to the same category, the one that supposedly lags behind when it comes to “the norm.” In actuality, there is no “norm” at all. On the other hand, there is definitely something that is called a fad.

Complete abstinence from all sexual activity and sexual relations over a long period of time will not do any good to the majority of women. It is true that we need sex so that we can experience the pleasures and emotions it can provide. The desire is perfectly normal and natural. Yet the idea of having sex as much as one can stems from lots of hype on the part of those interested in putting a spin on the subject. You will soon end up dreaming of pickles if you live on a diet of pastries and chocolates.

Any religious practice, any ancient theory concerning sexual relationship makes reference to a period of sexual abstinence. We are not necessarily referring to Lent or an annual season of fasting that exists in many Christian churches. In fact, the Christian religion takes a rather austere stand on sexual relations. One of the ancient Arab love manuals contains guidelines and instructions for a couple to follow during a 10-day period of sexual activity. Once the period draws to a close, it will be followed by a new cycle.

You must have read that fasting as a religious observance can do you good. It can help your body to get rid of unwanted toxins and waste. Not unlike a period of not eating food, a period of sexual abstinence can have a beneficial effect on your body and your mind. Absence makes the heart grow fonder as the old saying goes.

A period of keeping yourself from enjoyment of something is an excellent opportunity for you to pause and have some rest. You get a chance to look back at things that happened to you of late. You probably have to look into the situation in detail so as to identify causes of your stoppage in case you were forced to do it. It is a chance to check the directions and look around.

Some of those who have gone or go without sex claim that a sex-free life feels great. You do not have to worry about the continual search for a partner. You could not care less if you look sexy or not. You do not cry in agony thinking about the absence of orgasm. Your emotional state and your self-esteem are not dependent on your sex life or a lack of it for that matter. In other words, you can sublimate you sex drive into creative activity.

The above description of a life devoid of sex does not mean that you should forgo sexual activity in an attempt to experience some new sensations. You can also get pleasure out of living a life in which sexual relations play an important role, otherwise we would be stressed-out at all times or humankind would cease to exist. There are two important things we would like to stress at this point.

First, you should banish the following thoughts: “I don’t have sex, and therefore there’s something wrong about me. I look ugly; I’m not sexy at all…” You had better see the lack of sex as an opportunity (you can figure out what kind of opportunity it should be).

Second, all things must pass. It is up to you to decide how you are going to pass your time of sexual abstinence. No doubt about it, a long period of sexual abstinence cannot do you good in terms of health, emotional state and looks. However, fooling around for the sake of “health factors and marketability” or eating tons of chocolate to fill the gap is hardly a good influence on our well-being either.

Let us face our problems with maturity. You can always tell yourself something like: “That’s right. I do not have any sex life at the moments. But things are going to change. I can do whatever it takes to change the situation if I want to.” Chocolate is, without doubt, a delicious thing. However, a relish for chocolate may put off your “comeback to big sex” because you will put on weight and your self-esteem will be lowered as a result.

You can postpone your sexual revival until the day when you look beautiful, smell gorgeous, and know everything about that crazy little thing called love. Alternatively, you can disregard your complexes and try to fix your private life today. You can either complain about the problems to your husband as you lay in bed or start searching for solutions.

Source:-Pravda
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Saturday, May 19, 2007

Guy carrying a ton of eggs

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Friday, May 18, 2007

My baby only has half a brain

Smiling in her mother's arms, little Chase Smith seems like a typical toddler. But the cherubic youngster is different in one important way...she was born with half her brain missing.

The condition is so rare there are only a few known cases in the world.

"The shock and terror I felt is hard to describe as I struggled to take in the harsh truth - the left-hand side of Chase's brain was completely missing," mother Stephanie Jepson said.

"There was just a big black space while the other half looked perfectly normal."

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Chase was born weighing 8lb 1oz in December 2004. Her parents, Stephanie, 21 and partner Adam Smith, 20 who works as a plasterer, moved to Barnsley soon after the birth.

"We just couldn't believe how beautiful she was," Stephanie said.

"She was the dream child from the beginning. She was really cuddly and docile."

But they soon realised something was wrong when the tot had trouble moving her right arm and hand.

"When she was seven months, I noticed her right arm wasn't moving very much and her right hand was always in a fist. I told the health visitor and she though it might just be what is known as a 'lazy arm'," Ms Jepson told The Sun.

After Chase was referred to a physiotherapist they discovered that her right leg wasn't responding correctly either. She was diagnosed with Hemiplegia - with symptoms similar to a stroke victim.

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After a six-month wait Chase was booked in for a brain scan at Sheffield Children's Hospital. Six weeks later, Stephanie and Adam returned for the results.

"I could see the doctor's lips moving, and her telling me my child had half a brain, but it just wouldn't sink in," Stephanie said.

"It was only when she put the scan X-rays up that I grasped it. One side was just empty."

The condition, called bilateral schizencephaly, is so rare that doctors admit they don't know how Chase will develop.

"She might never walk, talk or do most things we take for granted," Sophie said.

"But she is such a strong character that I know she can accomplish anything she wants. She has a way of shuffling to get to where she wants to go.

"She is so happy playing with the other kids and is the cuddliest and most loving little girl ever, with an incredible smile."

Sophie is optimistic about Chase's future and plans to have more children. There is some evidence which shows a developing brain can compensate for the areas missing.

"I know people will find this hard to believe but I wouldn't change a thing in our lives - Chase is a blessing," Sophie said.

"She has changed our lives and made us a much stronger family. Every day we are just thankful that she was given to us."

source:- Dailymail

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Sunday, May 13, 2007

contest between a father and his small child

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