Sunday, July 31, 2011

School for women to snag rich husbands

Want to get a rich husband? There’s a school in Beijing, China that teaches Chinese women how to find and marry rich husbands, offering lessons in things like how to apply makeup, how to behave properly, how to communicate with rich men, tea-pouring techniques and how to spot a liar. Many girls who want to snag a rich man come to take the lessons and find them useful.
The school is called Beijing Moral Education Center for Women, has proved to be a big hit as it has attracted nearly 2,800 students since it opened last August, most of them from middle-class families. The ages of the students rage from 21 to 36, some of which are still in college.  These lessons are expensive which cost at least 3125 dollars (20,000 yuan) for about 10 to 30 lessons. It is not about the skills of making a living, but the skills to be a charming lady.
Teachers at the Beijing Moral Education Center for Women are all top-class professionals in their fields; for example, one of them is a Beijing Radio host, and he teaches the girls how to speak with a soft and charming voice. Others teach the art of applying the perfect make-up, and tea-pouring techniques, in short everything a Chinese woman has to know in order to snag a rich husband.

According to source, there have been several rich men coming to find wives in this school. Of course they need to pay some money for it. In recent months, the school has made 30 couples. The 32 year-old man Lu is one of them. “Women with excellent personal quality meets the expectation of mine.” So far, Beijing rich husband-hunting school prides itself with 30 successful marriages.

With China’s booming economy, the number of super-rich in China is rising rapidly; the country recently doubled its number of billionaires, and there are close to 1 million people who are worth over $1.5 million. Forget about those Bachelor, Masters and PhD Degrees, a popular Chinese saying “Marriage is a career. A good marriage is the most successful career for a woman” has lived up to it!

Any ladies want to enroll in this school? Or any rich men want to go there to get a trained wife?

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Woman smashed up $1million worth of luxury cars

In Monte Carlo in Monaco earlier this week, a large crowd gathered to gawk, but it wasn't because of a Grand Prix race or a celebrity. A woman driving a Bentley Azure - sticker price $383,000 - crashed into a $95,000 Mercedes Benz.

But if that's not enough, the unidentified driver also hit a Ferrari 430 - priced at $270,000 - a Porsche 911 - $95,000 - and last, but not least, an Aston Martin Rapide - worth $220,000 - in the city square near the posh Place du Casino.

The accident caused such a mash-up that the woman in the Bentley couldn't open her car's doors.

The Daily Mail reports the crash is estimated to cost more than $65,000, with the Ferrari, Porsche and Aston Martin requiring new front wings and bumpers. The U.K. paper reports the Bentley will need the same repairs, and a new door.

I think most likely the woman will claim the damages from her car insurance. That'll be an expensive lesson to learn and burns a hole in the pocket. If I were to be in her shoe, I will have sleepless nights and I wouldn't know how to explain to my furious husband.

Picture and news source: CBC news

Saturday, July 30, 2011

Boy killed ex-girlfriend for a free breakfast

A schoolboy in Britain faces a life term in jail for murdering his ex-girlfriend after a friend promised him free breakfast if he did away with her.

The brutality of the crime moved the Judge, who in an unprecedented step allowed Joshua Davies, 16, to be named despite being a juvenile, saying it was in public interest to expose the brute.

The jury at Swansea Crown Court heard how Davies, a year ago lured Rebecca Aylward, 15, to a secluded wood and then used a rock, the size of a rugby ball to smash her skull with at least six brutal blows.

He allegedly bragged about the killing, telling friends “Do you know how hard it is to break someone’s neck? She was facing away from me and I thought ‘This is it, I’m going to go for it. I’m going to break her neck’. She was screaming so I picked up a rock and started to hit her. The worst part was feeling and seeing her skull give way.”

Afterwards, the teen tried to cover his tracks by posting status updates reading “I’m just chilling with two friends”, and later “I enjoyed a rather good day with a lovely breakfast”.

The schoolboy, just 15 when he turned killer, wept as he was remanded in custody by Justice Lloyd Jones to be sentenced later but was told to expect an "indefinite" term.

The jury convicted him of murder by a majority verdict after hearing that Davies texted a friend to ask, "What would you do if I actually did kill her?"

His friend mistook it for the latest in a long line of jokes about murdering Rebecca and replied, "Oh, I would buy you breakfast."

The girl's body was found face down in the rain, after the day of the murder after one of Davies's friends contacted police and led them to the scene.

Friday, July 29, 2011

Vampire man drinks wife's blood

Deepa Ahirwar, a 22-year old woman, who lives in the Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh, was married to Mahesh Ahirwar, an agricultural laborer in 2007 in a Shikarpura village. He started drinking her blood a few months later, claiming it made him strong. Her husband would use a syringe to draw blood from her arms, then empty it in a glass and drink it. For three years he did this on a regular basis, threatening her of dire consequences if she revealed this to anyone.
Deepa’s husband even did it while she was pregnant, though she didn’t start protesting until after she gave birth to her son. Her health started deteriorating for she started to feel nausea after repeated blood removal.  Any attempt to resist will result her being violently attack by her husband.
Deepa quietly ran to her parents’ house along with her infant to complain about her husband.

Her father then took her to the Patera police station to lodge a complaint. But the police refused to register a case saying it was not under their jurisdiction.

So they moved to Hindoriya police station (the area where her husband lived).

But even Hindoriya refused to register a case against Mahesh, who was by then absconding. However, when the local residents of Shikarpura learnt of Mahesh’s gross habit, they decided to take up the cause.

Due to their efforts, an FIR has been lodged at the Hindoriya police station stating that Deepa was physically tormented by her husband.

If my spouse tries to drink my blood, I've to show him this:

Now, do you have the guts to drink, Mr. Mosquito?

Too drunk to drive? Just push the car!

After a very happy office party held in a restaurant in downtown Changchun, northeast China’s Jilin Province, everyone in attendance drank too much and when it came time to leave were all were too drunk to drive home. The 10 employees ended up pushing their boss’s car home after all of them are too drunk to drive.
Starting 1 May 2011, drunk driving is a heavy offence in China which carries a heavy punishment in which an offender is punishable by up to six months in jail in addition to a hefty fine.
Boss Zhang Fei was uncomfortable with the idea of leaving his car at the restaurant overnight. His vice president, Huang Weiyun, who was just as drunk as everyone else, but he managed to come up with a workable albeit different solution to safely get cars and people home.  Huang suggested that the 10 workers push the vehicle, which is a VW, with Zhang at the wheel, three miles back to his home. The journey took 45 minutes to complete but the employees seem to enjoy it as they were singing and laughing all the way with onlookers watching and taking photos.
Theoretically, they did not break the law because the car’s engine was not running and traffic officers let them pass without penalty. Still, they warned passersby that pushing a car through the city streets when drunk can also be dangerous.

I take my hats off to the 10 employees for going the extra mile for their boss and Huang for his creative idea while trying to abide with the law. Truly remarkable!

Thursday, July 28, 2011

Kenyans burned alive for stealing potatoes

2 Kenyan thieves were caught stealing 2 sacks of potatoes are brutally beaten up and burned alive. It is seen in the 2-minute video that the thieves are set on fire for the petty crime they committed.
The video starts with one of the man lying on the ground bleeding, obvious that he was beaten, and another man sitting at a corner. Both are tied up and a suddenly a man runs into the screen dousing both of them with flammable liquid before they were set on fire.
That’s the reason why most countries do not allow public to take laws into their own hands. The criminal or suspected criminal will face the harsh brunt from the public mercilessly. No one is above the law and the public should hand the criminal to face justice.
Please be warned that the video is graphic and may not be suitable for viewing for children or the faint hearted. You can view the sickening video here.

Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Singing in deep shit

If you so happen to fall into a deep hole filled with poo, what will you do? Sing your favourite song! Yes, that's what a drunk man did in China.

Yuan Fan got into the stink after he went out out drinking in Kunming, the capital city in the Yunnan provice of south Western China, and became embroiled in an argument with a group men.

Running away to avoid a possible beating he spotted - not quite the best hideout - an open manhole. Diving down the shaft he then hid amongst human waste until his chasers gave up.

The 32-year-old was discovered when he began singing and locals called the emergency services who had to wear chemical suits to retrieve him. Initially they didn't have much luck though as Mr Yuan swam off every time they attempted to pull him out to safety. Finally after two hours on the run he was dragged from the pipe and after saying thanks he passed-out.

A fire brigade spokesman involved in the rescue said after the ordeal: 'Once we pulled him out he said thank you and then fell asleep. When we woke him up he made his thanks again and then set off in the direction of what we assume was his home.'

Oh my God, I can't stop laughing. That's one hack of a funny news!!

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Couple caught on camera abusing kitten

I'm an animal lover and I felt uncomfortable when I read and watch the video of how this poor kitten was abused. I've 2 cats at home and I love them dearly. I couldn't imagine how the couple can go to the extent to abuse the innocent kitten.

A video has gone viral showing a couple abusing a kitten by submerging it repeatedly in a puddle of dirty water before tossing it around.

According to source, the incident happened in Tongzhou district in Beijing, China on 19 July 2011.
In the video, a woman is seen squatting beside a puddle of water. The woman is seen holding a kitten's tail, and pulling it back to her when the kitten tries to move away.

The woman dips the kitten in the puddle of water head first repeatedly and refuses to let the kitten go.
A man is also seen in the video participating in the act later by tossing the cat to the woman.

Throughout the video, an adult cat, presumably the mother to the kitten tries to go to the kitten to pick the kitten up but was shooed away by the woman.

The entire cat abuse episode lasted for about 30 minutes and it ended when the kitten was thrown into an underground basement by the couple. You can view the shorter version of the video here.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Parents sold kids to play video game

A Chinese couple sold their three children for cash to play video games, according to a local report.
Sanxiang City News newspaper said the parents, both under 21, sold their children for money to fund playing online games at internet cafes.

In 2009, Li Lin and Li Juan sold their second child, a baby girl, for less than $500. They reportedly spent the money shortly after.

They then sold their first child, a boy, for about $4600. They sold their third child, also a boy, for the same amount.

They were reported to the police when the man's mother found out what they had done. Apparently the 2 parents showed no remorse for their actions. "We don't want to raise them, we just want to sell them for some money," they said. The parents are young and naive, so when asked about their nefarious deeds, they stated that they were unaware what they were doing is illegal.

The games played by the couple were not disclosed, or the type of games they were.

The couple met in an Internet cafe in 2007, and shortly after meeting quickly consummated the relationship and moved in together, spending most of their time playing video games in Internet cafes. Shortly after their first child was born in 2008, they left it at home and traveled 30km to play video games.

The trophy goes to these 2 parents as being the most disastrous parents of the year!

Monday, July 25, 2011

A cuckold fetishist forced wife to sleep with men online

Today’s local daily in Malaysia highlighted that a husband forced his wife to sleep with Caucasian men while he watch remotely through a laptop via Skype. The strangers that his wife slept with have no qualms about her husband watching and she had slept with dozens of men. Some of the men are repeated bed partners as her husband finds that the men are able to perform well in bed. Her husband forced his 38-year old Sabahan wife to do such despicable act because he finds more pleasure in watching his wife having sex with other men. According to source, the husband will source for caucasian males through social networking sites and arrange for a rendezvous at a hotel. On the other hand, his wife thinks that this is the only way to please her husband even though it is against her will. According to the wife, no money was exchanged for the sexual services. After 5 years of torment, the mother of 3 children decided to seek help from a local daily to highlight her plight to end this fetish.
I find her story fishy as she had remained quiet for the last 5 years and put up with her husband’s crazy demand. She must be so foolish to think that she is offering her body to strangers in return for nothing. She said she kept quiet and gave in to him because she has nowhere to turn to and love her husband so much. In the video, the wife is seen to enjoy the act and she said she was forced to pretend that she enjoyed it in order to keep her husband’s mouth shut. Now she decided to blow the whistle and does that mean she has a place to turn to now?
Yes, people are disgusted and angry of that her husband forces his wife to such immoral act for his own pleasure but I don’t know if Malaysians should sympathize her for the ordeal she went through. I had the feeling that there must be 2 sides of the story and some where during the course of the event, things must have turned awry that led her to voice out now. Or she might be seeking public sympathy for some hidden personal agenda. We don’t know what happened but things will not be as simple as 1, 2, 3. As the there is a saying “It takes 2 hands to clap” as the responsibility of the actions are bestowed on both parties. After all, if she can come to the media for help on her own accord, she would be well-aware off her situation during the past 5 years and gather the courage to walk out of her man and seek help much earlier.

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Sunday, July 24, 2011

World's most expensive iPhone

Apple has a huge fans for their products which includes iPhone. In Malaysia, whenever a new iPhone is launched it is quickly snapped up within hours. iPhones can be categorized as luxury gadget in Malaysia and some may not be able to afford it.

If you think the current iPhone 4 is expensive and impressive, check out the latest iPhone from Stuart Hughes–the iPhone 4 Diamond Rose Edition. Hughes has recreated the infamous antenna band that wraps around the sides of the latest iPhone, as well as the backplate, using rose gold. The band is adorned with 100 carats of flawless diamonds, and the Apple logo is formed with fifty-three more diamonds. Once again, the home button gets the most love–it’s made of platinum and features a rare 7.4-carat pink diamond.

The phone comes in an imperial pink 7-kilogram chest cut from a single block of granite and lined with nubuck top-grain leather. It also comes with an 8-carat flawless diamond that can be used in place of the pink one.

Have you finished drooling? The price itself will make you fall of your chair. The phone will set you back USD8 million!
Only two of these expensive iPhones are made.

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Drunken husband chained up by angry wife.

A woman getting tired of her husband’s constant drinking chained him up at the park in China.
Residents at a community in Jining of Shandong Province found the bare-chested man chained to a gym machine.
A note found stuck to the machine, believed to be written by the wife, read: 'Don't release him, after releasing him, he will still drink. Thank you.'
The man told reporters that said he had picked up the drinking habit over the years and that he always returned home drunk. He had promised the wife to quit the habit but admitted that he had failed to keep his promise.
He apologised to the wife and again, he promised to stop drinking. But a few days ago, he returned home drunk again. His angry wife then dragged him to the park and chained him up.
She put a glass, a water bottle and a chamber pot next to the husband before leaving.
Police personnel, who were called to the scene, later released the man from his bondage.
This is the most outrages “rehabilitation” program that his wife executed! Hmmm... Probably this method can be used for husbands that loves gambling and vice too.

Saturday, July 23, 2011

Yao Ming's fan goes nude to protest against retirement

Many of us are fans to musicians, singers, actors or athletes. Somehow or another, one day our idols will retire.
Yao Ming, a well-known Chinese international basketball player for Houston Rockets recently announced his retirement. The 30 year old Houston Rockets star cited his early retirement due to injuries to his foot and ankle, including the third fracture to his left foot sustained near the end of 2010.

A female fan, who learnt of Yao Ming's impending retirement from basketball, protested nude at Yao's press conference in Shanghai, China.

Covered only in body paint to simulate a basketball jersey with "Yao" and his jersey number, "11" on the back, she was stopped by security guards. The woman, who was seen crying over Yao Ming's retirement, was later led to a room by the guard.

Nude protests are common for PETA’s No-Fur campaign but protesting for an idol’s retirement in nude is something bizarre. This woman is a hardcore fanatic that will go to great length to protest on her idol’s retirement.

A public icon’s retirement which will have no protest and probably making everyone happy will most likely goes to… Politicians! (No offence intended, just kidding here).

Friday, July 22, 2011

Fred Flintstone's car on sale!

During my younger days, I was a fan of the cartoon Flintstone. I love watching the modern daily tools that are adapted during the Stone Age. For example, an elephant as a washing machine, birds as clothes pegs and leg-powered cars.
There’s this guy who is even a bigger fan of Flintstone than I am. He built a replica of Fred Flintstone’s car! According to, this cool replica of the Flintstones car is actually for sale, online. And the best thing about it is that under all that wooden exterior is a functional, drivable car powered by a 4-cylinder 1.6 petrol engine. Although it looks like it uses two wooden drums as wheels, if you look closely you’ll see one of the four old-fashion tires revealed, in the front. Which is a good thing, because steering would have been a problem with the original prehistoric system.

According to the above mentioned car blog, the vehicle already has 80,000 km under its belt, although it’s listed as built in 2011. The top speed of the real-life Flintstones car isn’t specified, but I’m pretty sure whatever it is, it beats pushing it with your feet. It is also fitted with real brakes and you don't have to use your feet to stop the car. If you’re interested and manage to find the actual sales ad, this nicely done replica apparently costs just 2,200 euros.

I'm not sure if this car is roadworthy but hey, it will definitely turn heads. I bet it'll turn more heads than a Lamborghini, Ferrari or Bentley because of its uniqueness. Pretty cheap for such an iconic piece of cartoon history.
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Love knows no bound

How far will one go to prove their love? Swim the deepest ocean? Scale the highest mountain? How about walking a thousand miles? Yes, walking a thousand miles and that's exactly what a man in China did!

Many years ago there was an old song about a lover being “a thousand miles away,” but it was meant figuratively and not literally. Today, the song, 500 Miles by the Chinese Proclaimers inspired Ling Hsueh to answer Liu Peiwen’s proposal with a ‘yes’ on the condition that he walk 1,000 miles to prove his love.

“But I would walk 500 miles, and I would walk 500 more, just to be the man who walked a thousand miles, to fall down at your door,” read the lyrics.

But the bride to be was only kidding and was more surprised than anyone when she saw that Liu had bought a rucksack and set off from Henan province on the marathon hike in the name of love.

The distance to her hometown in Guangdong province, in southeastern China is exactly one thousand miles (1,600 kilometers), which is an amazing coincidence.

If this sounds like a story straight out of the annals of Sir Lancelot and his white steed, you are not that far from wrong. Romanticism thrives and true love flourishes despite all cynicism.

“When I get there I hope she is waiting for me, and I will ask her again and I hope she says yes,” said Liu.

It is not clear whether our enamored hiker knew that Ling would have said yes to his proposal without all the effort. She referred to her boyfriend as a fruitcake.

The trip is expected to take six weeks and one can only wonder how many pairs of hiking shoes.

This guy is really amazing, not for his hiking shoes but his love! I salute the man’s love for his better half. Here’s to the happy couple!

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Thursday, July 21, 2011

A bus ride to grave

Today’s local daily highlighted that there are thousands of unfit buses plying our roads carrying passengers in the city or on long distance haul. Puspakom, the main inspection center for commercial vehicles throughout Malaysia, shows that 4,111 commercial buses were not brought in for inspections last year.
The vehicles, which include express, tour and school buses had not undergone mandatory inspections which are supposed to be done once every six months to ensure their tyres and brakes are roadworthy. Many bus operators would only send their buses for inspection once a year, before the expiry of the road tax.
The lack of concern for safety may most probably be the cause of disastrous road accidents caused by buses. Some bus operators prefer to maximise their profit at the expense of their passengers’ lives. If you were to read on bus accidents in Malaysia, many of times the blame on accidents is caused by brake failures or other technical parts.
Is this the easy way out blaming the cause of the accidents? The root of the accidents lies in the mentality of some of the bus operators. If the buses are properly maintain and check, the accidents may be avoided and will not add to the statistics.
As Malaysia is moving towards a develop nation, bus operators should not be having a 3rd world mentality giving sub-par service. Passengers that rely on buses as their main transportation will not know that this bus ride might be their last ride that will send them 6-feet underground. Imagine the anguish their family members have to face if their loved ones died in a tragic accident. The fate of the passengers lies in the hands of the bus driver and bus operators.
The trails of major accidents involving buses that hit the headlines in the media will send the shiver down your bone if our Malaysian bus operators maintain their ignorance.

DECEMBER 20, 2010
The bus accident is believed to be the worst road accident in the nation's history. Two Malaysians and 25 Thai nationals were killed on board an express bus at KM15 of the Cameron Highlands-Simpang Pulai road. The bus had 37 passengers on board, 34 of them were Thai tourists. The cause of the 11.40am accident was said to be caused by speeding and brake failure.
The driver was trying to negotiate a sharp bend but failed, causing the vehicle to hit a divider before overturning. It landed on its roof in a ditch about 51m away from the divider. The impact killed 22 passengers on the spot.
The impact of the crash was so severe that bodies were flung several metres away from the wreckage while others were trapped deep in the ditch. The bus was heading to Kuala Lumpur from Cameron Highlands.

OCTOBER 10, 2010
The accident which involved two buses, a van and two cars at KM223 of the North-South Expressway claimed 13 lives and 40 others were seriously injured. In the 6.40pm tragedy, a bus heading towards Kuala Lumpur went out of control and flipped over to the southbound side of the highway.
After colliding with a van and two cars, the bus then slammed into a Welfare Department bus which was heading towards Malacca. The dead and injured were sent to Malacca Hospital and Tuanku Ja'afar Hospital in Seremban. The incident caused massive traffic snarls on both sides of the highway.

DECEMBER 25, 2009
Ten people were killed after a northbound double-decker Sani Express bus skidded and hit a divider at KM272.8 of the North-South Expressway. The victims were seated on the lower deck of the bus in the 1am incident.

DECEMBER 7, 2008
Ten people were killed after an express bus skidded and overturned at KM146.5 of the North-South Expressway near Pagoh, Johor. Five women, four men and a nine-year-old girl died while another 19 were injured when the bus overturned in the 2am incident.

AUGUST 13, 2007
Twenty passengers of the Super Express bus were killed in an accident which took place near Bukit Berapit, Bukit Gantang, Changkat Jering, Perak. The driver, Rohizan Abu Bakar, lost control of the bus as it was going down an incline and crashed into a ditch at the KM229 of the North-South Expressway. Rohizan 38, died, along with 19 passengers. Police disclosed the driver had two arrest warrants and 13 summonses against him.

Picture & Bus tragedy source: The Malay Mail

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Bomb scare at Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

This afternoon during lunch I was on my way to have my lunch in Pavilion, Kuala Lumpur. Pavilion is located in Jalan Bukit Bintang which is only a stone throw from my office in Jalan Kia Peng. I saw  policeman directing traffic away from Pavilion and the escalator that serves as the pedestrian entrance to Pavilion has been closed to public. There was a massive jam along Jalan Raja Chulan and a curious onlookers gather to watch is happening.

A police officer told me that the authorities received a call that there is a suspicious box which might be a bomb along the walkway within Pavilion’s compound. A bomb squat unit was deployed to defuse the bomb. Eventually it was discovered that it was prank by some irresponsible people. The white box contained wires which doesn’t contain any explosives. The childish act has caused a lot of inconvenience to the public. Well, some people here has not grown up and thought that this prank is funny!

So far Malaysia is still safe from terrorism and suicide bombing or any bombing incidences which have not occurred, as far as I can recall. Anyway, I still managed to grab a bite for my tummy at a stall nearby in Cosway building.

10 Things Happy Couples Do

Happy couples know that the real relationship begins when  the honeymoon is
over. They know that unless you maintain the garden of love,  its beauty
will wither and die. In a recent column, you discovered the 10 relationship
mistakes to avoid. Now discover the 10 things  that happy couples do:

1. Go to bed at the same time.
Remember the beginning of your relationship, when you couldn't wait to go to bed with each other to make
love?  Happy couples resist the temptation to go to bed at different times.
They go to  bed at the same time, even if one partner wakes up later to do
things while  their partner sleeps.

2. Cultivate common interests.
After the  passion settles down, it's common to realize that you have few interests in  common. But don't minimize the
importance of activities you can do together that  you both enjoy. If
common interests are not present, happy couples develop them.  At the same
time, be sure to cultivate interests of your own; this will make you  more
interesting to your mate and prevent you from appearing too  dependent.

3. Walk hand in hand or side by side.
Rather than one  partner lagging or dragging behind the other, happy couples walk comfortably  hand in hand or
side by side. They know it's more important to be with their  partner than
to see the sights along the way.

4. Make trust and  forgiveness your default mode.
 If and when they have a disagreement or  argument, and if they can't resolve it, happy couples
default to trusting and  forgiving rather than distrusting and begrudging.

5. Focus more on  what your partner does right than what he or she does wrong. 
If you look for things your partner does wrong, you can always find
something.  If you look for what he or she does right, you can always find
something, too.  It all depends on what you want to look for. Happy couples
accentuate the  positive.

6. Hug each other as soon as you see each other after  work.
Our skin has a memory of "good touch" (loved), "bad touch" (abused)  and "no touch"
(neglected). Couples who say hello with a hug keep their skin  bathed in
the "good touch," which can inoculate your spirit against anonymity in  the world.

7. Say "I love you" and "Have a good day" every  morning.
This is a great way to buy some patience and tolerance as each  partner sets out each day
to battle traffic jams, long lines and other  annoyances.

8. Say "Good night" every night, regardless of how you  feel.
This tells your partner that, regardless of how upset you are with him  or her, you
still want to be in the relationship. It says that what you and your
partner have is bigger than any single upsetting incident.

9. Do a  "weather" check during the day.
Call your partner at home or at work to see  how his or her day is going. This is a great way to adjust
expectations so that  you're more in sync when you connect after work. For
instance, if your partner  is having an awful day, it might be unreasonable
to expect him or her to be  enthusiastic about something good that happened to you.

10. Be proud  to be seen with your partner.
Happy couples are pleased to be
seen together  and are often in some kind of affectionate contact -- hand
on hand or hand on  shoulder or knee or back of neck. They are not showing
off but rather just  saying that they belong with each other.

Even if these actions don't  come naturally, happy couples stick with them
until they do become a part of  their relationship. They know that it takes
30 days for a change in behavior to  become a habit, and a minimum of six
months for a habit to become a way of life  and love.

"Life is not about what you've gained, it's about what  you've done"

Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Inhumane torture of pigs in the name of experiment

Netizens are outraged by the pictures published in Chinasmack where youths in Nanning, China is seen abusing and beating pigs with poles. The pigs are tied, hung up and are beaten and kicked. In one of the picture, the youths tried to drown a pig in a pail of water. The pigs are seen bleeding from the torture.
What happen to humanity these days? Even though pigs are generally considered “unclean” food or animal to certain religion and culture, it is still God’s creation. Pigs shouldn’t (even other animals) be degraded to this manner.
The school involved in the incident claimed “Pig Abuse Gate” was just a forensics class experiment undertaken by criminal investigation and special police students at the police school. What a bunch of nonsense excuse is that!

Picture Source: Chinasmack

Monday, July 18, 2011

Foreign woman walked stark naked in Miri, Sarawak

People from Miri, Sarawak had a shock when a 25-year old foreign girl walked down naked on the streets.

The woman took off her clothes in front of a nightclub before walking naked on the streets at 8am on Saturday, 16 July 2011. The woman walked slowly as though she was parading on the catwalk and also danced in front of a car. Some people took pictures of her with their mobile phones. The woman became emotional when a group of men apprehended her and tried to put clothing on her. She was later taken to the Miri police station, where the police asked her relatives to take her home.

A picture of the woman parading
I think this lady is mentally ill as she has no shame. If she is mentally sane, she is in the wrong country. In Malaysia, there is no nudist colony, as far as I know of unless it’s underground, and nudity is taboo here. Majority of Malaysians are Muslims and generally it is still a conservative country.

Ignorant Manchester United fan at Liverpool match in Malaysia

You'd think even a boy would know that when you go to see Liverpool play, the last thing you should wear is the shirt of Manchester United, their hated arch-rivals.
And this young lad felt the full force of Liverpool fandom when a stadium full of Kop supporters chanted and jeered at him, eventually managing to strip off his controversial kit.
He tried to remain inconspicuous, staying at the back of the stadium in Malaysia where Liverpool were training as part of their Asian tour.
But in a Red Devils shirt - particularly one with the name of former Everton player Wayne Rooney on the back - he was never going to stay unnoticed for long.
He quickly drew the attention of the whole stand, who started chanting at him to take the kit off.
When he refused, the Reds fans took matters into their own hands, mobbing him and removing the United shirt. In celebration, they sang Kop anthem You'll Never Walk Alone.
But he stuck to his guns, and rather than wear the Liverpool shirt which they tried to press on him he sat in a sulk, before sloping off from the stand.
The boy returned a few minutes later, and seems to have learned the error of his ways - this time around, he was wearing the altogether less contentious shirt of Malaysia's national team.
You can watch the joker here.

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Sunday, July 17, 2011

How to have a healthy hair - Secrets Revealed!

It’s every woman’s dream to have a healthy, beautiful and shinier hair. Growing long, beautiful and healthy hair is not an extremely difficult process if you know how. It does not require a lot of money to buy all the expensive salon hair products, vitamins or spending a fortune on hair treatments. Do read below on some tips on how to have a lustrous hair.

·         Use the same shampoo - Most people don’t realize that changing your shampoo can actually cause your hair to go into “shock”. When your hair is in shock it is brittle, straw-like, and unattractive. To give your hair a chance to stabilize you should find a shampoo that gets your hair clean and then stick with it.

·         Avoid all products containing alcohol. Alcohol dries your hair.

·         Be friends with your hair stylist! Get your hair trimmed once every 5 to 7 weeks.

·         Always comb your hair gently to prevent breakage.

·         Never brush your hair when wet. Allow your hair to dry naturally.

·         Don't rub your hair dry with a towel. Instead, blot the water out of your hair. Rubbing causes your hair to tangle.

·         After applying a deep conditioner, cover your head with a towel or use a shower cap. It will help the conditioner to penetrate better.

·         Applying olive oil to your ends every week before going to sleep to keeping hair moisturised.

·         You can also use hand lotion instead of expensive serum and running them through your hair.

·         Apply a teaspoon of lime juice when washing your hair during last rinse. It can prevent dandruff.

·         Avoid sleeping with tightly braided hair or hair in a tight ponytail. The stress can cause breakage and/or hair lost.

·         An alternative to the silk pillowcase is to wear a satin or silk scarf over your hair before your sleep to prevent breakage.

·         You have to drink a lot of water.

·         Wash your hair in cold water for natural shine.

·         A healthy diet does not only bring benefits to your body but to your hair too! You have to eat a healthy diet  and avoid foods which are fatty and are high in sugar. You have to get sufficient vitamins and minerals. Foods rich in vitamins A and C, like broccoli and spinach, give your hair a boost of sebum. This is a natural hair conditioner secreted by your hair follicles.