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Archive: September, 2007
Radioactive Ghost Town – photos taken on a ride through Chernobyl
“from the first look ghosttown seems like a normal town, someone hung their washing on a balcony, some windows open, other clothed, here is taxi stop, there is grocery store… then, you read this slogan on building- “party of Lenin lead us to the triumph of a communism”- that helps to realise that clothes hung on balcony for 18 years and that town is empty..”
Julien Dupont makes it look so easy. The bike seems completely weightless… an extension of his own body. I could watch him all day.
Found at Fresh Creation
Rejection can actually help you reinvent yourself
This is such a fantastic article. I think everyone has at least at one point in their life gone through a hard patch where they feel so down about constant negative feedback. Instead of crawling into our shells which is the natural defensive response the experience can be used as an opportunity to reinvent yourself.
That said, not all criticism is good advice. If you’re getting it from a particularly nasty person you don’t respect or trust it might be best to throw their opinions on the junk pile. Don’t nourish that poisoned seed. If the issue crops up again with someone else who who do trust, then it might actually be worth looking into.
Fifth Gear created a contest between a supercar and a superbike. The supercar is the Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera, driven by Tiff Needell, and its opponent is the Ducati 1098 superbike, driven by Leon Haslam. Which one do you think will win?
Learn How to Be Multi-Orgasmic
“The fact is that women’s bodies were designed to be multi-orgasmic. Here’s how to get into the right mindset, train your body and enlist your current or future partner to maximize this woman-only perkâ€¦”
Brit designer Hussein Chalayan is the first to create Transformer-style clothing. Or maybe its magic. One thing I can guarantee is that the girl at the end wears a dress which dissappears into her hat. That’s where the NSFW part comes in.
via Fresh Creation
“There is more hunger for love and appreciation in the world today than for bread.”
~ Mother Teresa
I need to enlist the help of anyone who reads this blog and knows anything about necks. A long while back when I designed the homepage I remember thinking, “Hmm. I should probably find out what that symbol on her neck means before putting it up live for the whole world to see.” Afterall, it could be something very naughty. I totally forgot about it until my friend Beverley asked me the other day what it means because she is considering getting a tattoo on her neck. Now we are both desperate to know!
The wonderful person who can tell me what it means will be awarded, “Yummy Wakame’s Top Investigator” as their own personal label and lifestyle description for the rest of their lifetime! This incredible offer will not be repeated so get cracking.
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