Saturday, September 27, 2008

Famous Young Actress Scandal! Guess Who...


Another scandal, guess who's in this clip. You'll really be shocked! For Adults only please???


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Saturday, September 20, 2008

Is it Love or Infatuation

Love or Infatuation

"You can tell that it's infatuation when you think that he's as sexy as Paul Newman, as athletic as Pete Rose, as selfless and dedicated as Ralph Nader, as smart as John Kenneth Galbraith and as funny as Don Rickles. You can be reasonably sure that it's love when you realize he's actually about as sexy as Don Rickles, as athletic as Ralph Nader, as smart as Pete Rose, as funny as John Kenneth Galbraith and doesn't resemble Paul Newman in any way--but you'll stick with him anyway." -Judith Viorst

(1) Do I treat the other person as a person or a thing?
If you go out with him/her because he/she is good looking (a "prize" to be with) or a way out (a ticket to the movies), that isn't love.

(2) Would you chose to spend the evening alone with him/her if there were no kissing, no touching, and no sex?

If not, it isn't love.

(3) Are the two of you at ease and as happy alone as you are with friends?

If you need other friends around to have a good time, it isn't love.

(4) Do you get along?

If you fight and make up a lot, get hurt and jealous, tease and criticize one another, better be careful, it may not be love.

(5) Are you still interested in dating or secretly "messing around" with others?

If so, you aren't in love.

(6) Can you be totally honest and open?

If either or both of you are selfish, insincere, feel confined, or unable to express feelings, be cautious.

(7) Are you realistic?

You should be able to admit possible future problems. If others (besides a parent) offend you by saying they are surprised you are still together, that you two seem so different, that they have doubts about your choice, better take a good look at this relationship.

(8) Is either of you much more of a taker than a giver?

If so, no matter how well you like that situation now, it may not last.

(9) Do you think of the partner as being a part of your whole life?

If so, and these dreams seem good, that is an indication of love.


Is it love or infatuation or loneliness or friendship?

-links2love.com

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Break Ups

Me myself experienced a break up. It's really hard... It's been a year since it happen but until now, I still can't get over of that happening. Had a break up? This article is for you...


A break-up is the worst stress one can have. Other stresses that match or exceed this are loss of business or job, and death. Break-up causes stress in many ways. The way you lived with your partner and looked at life always together suddenly changes. Earlier both of you were on the same side. After break-up both of you are on the opposite sides of the fence. We begin our relationship with great romantic love. We love what our partner does. We love everything they say and we love working and sleeping with them. We love sharing our ideas with them. At the peak of love, we feel that we were made for each other.

The memories of everything that we shared comes back to haunt us after the break-up. It is difficult for many of us to believe that we are no more together. We may still think about sharing ideas, talking about problems with each other and then realize that we are no more with each other. That is a huge shock. The world turns upside-down. We were always depending upon our partner for many things. That suddenly goes away. It is very difficult to bear this change.
The other big change that brings in memories that haunts us is the period of going through the breakup. The spoken words of each other come back in intensity. When you recollect the words your partner spoke while arguing and quarreling with you, you do not know how to believe that it really happened. Because you never expected such words from your partner. During the period of break up you do undergo disbelief that your partner is finding fault with you in many things. But after break-up the memory keeps coming back and creates a hell.

A break-up is one of the worst experiences one can undergo and needs all the will power to become normal again.


yourromanceguide.com

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Seafood Madness!


Seafood dishes are one of my favorite meals. I like them especially when they are cooked in different recipes. I love fish fillets especially when dipped in honey mustard cream or sweet and sour sauce. I have tasted different seafood dishes and I really love them! Seafoods are very good for our body. Not only that it tastes really good but it’s a rich source of protein, low in saturated fat and rich in polyunsaturated fats, specifically omega-3 fatty acids and it reduces some forms of heart disease. That is why it is important to include this tyoe of food in our daily diet. Shrimps are also one of my favorite seafood that is why when I saw this Cook Off contest at www.GreatAmericanSeafoodCookOff.com I immediately voted for the Shrimp and Andouille Cassoulet - Louisiana Shrimp and Andouille sausage smothered in a white bean casserole, this is by Chef Brian Landry in Louisiana.



I will definitely try this recipe. The recipe of the dish is available in the site! You definitely wanna try this one! Now I’m getting excited to taste this unique type of recipe. There are more seafood recipes in the contest, they look so yummy and it is nice that they are sharing the recipe to everyone. I'm fond of trying out different dish so I took the chance to try something new in cooking. It’s time for you to vote for your favorite recipe and be able to have the chance to win a trip to New Orleans prize package, so visit the site and vote now!

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Friday, September 12, 2008

Long Distance Relationships


"And ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation."
--Kahlil Gibran


Long distance relationships require a special willingness and understanding that can test love like no other type of relationship can. It requires constant communication and a desire to continually create your relationship, using the only real tool you have... your words. In our guide, we've provided everything you need to do this and more from fun games to play to hundreds of romantic ideas to help keep your fire burning no matter how many miles may separate you.


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