Sunday, September 7, 2008

3D Tattoos Arts and Weird Tattoos Design,very cool !!

Friday, April 11, 2008

Amazing 3D Origami art













Sunday, April 6, 2008

Hard Office Work!!

Friday, April 4, 2008

How To Levitate Any Object! SECRET REVEALED!



This is the ultimate trick! i will show u how to amaze everyone with this tutorial on how to levitate cards, money or anything u want! TOTALY AWESOME! YOU MUST SEE THIS! HOW TO SPIN CARDS AROUND YOUR BODY!

Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Really Weird Indian Condom Commercial



I guess this is how Indian people handle public service announcements to promote condom use and safe sex.

From Google Earth

The Most Lucky Man In The World


The Most Lucky Man In The World Les hommes les plus chanceux au monde

Monday, March 31, 2008

Emerald


Emerald has one of the longest histories of all gemstones. The first known emerald mines were in southern Egypt and were operated from before 1000 BC into the 1700's. This is a testament to the high value people have placed on emeralds for many centuries as the work was hard and dangerous and the stones small and poor by today's standards. Treasured for at least 4,000 years by different cultures all around the world, emerald is said to quicken the intelligence as well as the heart. Legend gives its owner the gift of eloquence.

In contrast to other beryl gemstones, emerald is typically heavily flawed with cracks and inclusions of fluid and minerals. These inclusions are called "jardin" (or garden) as they typically resemble leaves and branches. These characteristics are not looked upon as negative aspects for emerald as they would be for other gemstones. Indeed, these inclusions are considered part of the character of the stone and are used to assure the purchaser that the stone is genuine. Because emeralds are so rare without inclusions, some inclusions are expected and do not detract from the value of the stone as much as with other gemstones. Most emeralds on the market today have been treated with various types of oil or resin to improve their appearance.
Emeralds are cut in Jaipur, India and Tel-Aviv, Israel as well as in the mining countries, such as Brazil. Emerald is one of the most difficult gemstones to cut because of the high value of the rough stone and the many inclusions found in crystals. Small changes in orientation can make a large difference in the final appearance of the gem. Skilled craftsman who specialize in cutting emerald can be found in cities around the world for jewelers who insist on having stones perfected for the optimum brilliance and vibrancy.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

12 Carats


Many people equate the term carat with the size of a diamond, and as carat size increases, so will the carat weight. But the operative word there is weight. Carat refers to the weight of a diamond and is equal to roughly 200 milligrams which is less than a ¼ of an ounce. A carat can also be broken up into 100 points. So ¾ of a carat is also 75 points.

The heavier in carat weight a diamond is, the rarer it becomes. Prices of diamond increase exponentially with the weight of the diamond, so a one-carat diamond will cost much more than two ½-carat diamonds, given that other qualities, such as color and clarity, are equal.

The cutting of a diamond can impact the size of it, so depending on how their cut, two one-carat diamonds can look unequal. If a stone is cut flatter, then it will appear bigger, while a deeper cut stone will be smaller, but may have more brilliance and scintillation. You may be tempted to purchase a stone that’s cut flatter so that you can have the appearance of a larger, or heavier stone. But a diamond that’s cut too flat will have too little brilliance and can look cloudy. Carat weight is important, but there’s no point to sacrificing other qualities that make a diamond special so you can say you have a two-carat stone. A beautiful one-carat diamond, with outstanding brilliance and scintillation is going to be the better choice, from both a personal standpoint and an investment standpoint.

A smaller diamond can always be enhanced with baguettes, trillians or smaller same-shape stones on either size. As we stated earlier, two smaller stones won’t cost as much as an equally-weighted single stone, so you can increase the importance of the ring you’re buying without doubling your cost.

Saturday, March 29, 2008

The History of Coffee Makers




It was love at first sip. Once man discovered the taste of coffee and the stimulating effect of caffeine on the body, he was hooked. The road to a quality coffee maker has been bumpy. Original coffee makers had a slight problem in that they occasionally blew up. Sometimes they burned the coffee.

According to some, women who ran houses of ill repute were among the first great coffee makers. In 1674, men were spending so much time drinking at local coffee houses that the women in England tried to outlaw coffee. Coffee makers in the 1600's and 1700's were designed in an array of styles, most featuring a fat bulge in an effort to help retain the coffee grounds when pouring out the coffee.

Some creative individual put coffee in a sock in an effort to contain the grounds in 1780. This heralded the birth of the Mr. Biggin coffee maker. The Mr. Biggin used a cloth filter. Coffee fans tried cotton, wool, burlap and other fabrics and materials to filter coffee. Cloth wasn't working real well. In 1802, the metal coffee filter came into use.

The 1800's were a time of rapid coffee maker development. Madame Vassieux of Lyons, developed a vacuum coffee maker. Madame Richard also created a vacuum style coffee maker. Vacuum and percolator coffee makers were widely used. In 1818, a Parisian metal smith invented the first coffee percolator. In America, the Cowboy Pot was the coffee maker of choice.

During the years of 1835 to 1850, many, many coffee makers are invented. Glass balloon coffee makers, vacuum system coffee makers, piston system coffee makers, pressure steamer coffee makers, a Naperian balancing siphon coffee maker and other coffee makers, roasters and grinders are invented.

The birth of the Manning-Bowman Percolator ocurred in 1890. House Furnishings Review magazine promoted the Cafetiere double blown-glass coffee maker. The Raparlier coffee maker featured a filter made of hemp. This style of Hydropneumatic coffee maker was used as late as the 1960's.

Vacuum and percolator coffee makers continued to be created in different syles. Plunger filters were first introduced in the 1900's. The principle is still applied to coffee makers today. Some say that it is virtually impossible to make a bitter cup of coffee with a plunger style coffee maker.

As the 1900's progressed, Willy Brandl invented one of the first ever electric coffee makers. The major development in this case was the switch that automatically turned the coffee maker off when the liquid level was low.
Coffee filters as we know them today were born in 1912. Frau Benz invented Melitta coffee filter paper. Goodbye linen and cloth coffee filters. Hello paper. Easy to use and easy to get rid of.

The first true espresso machine arrived in 1946 when Achille Gaggia designed the first espresso machine that didn't involve using steam. Within fifteen years, modern coffee makers using paper filters began to be used commercially. Bunn introduced the paper filter as it's known today in 1957. The first 'pourover' coffee maker was introduced by Bunn in 1963.

Mr. Coffee was born in 1972. The automatic drip coffee maker hits store shelves and start showing up in homes and businesses everywhere. After Mr. Coffee signed Joe DiMaggio to be the company spokesman in 1974, Mr. Coffee became a household name.

When the price of coffee beans skyrocketed in 1977, Mr. Coffee created a coffee saver coffee maker that used less coffee. The first thermal coffee carafe is born around this time, giving coffee drinkers the ability to easily keep coffee hot for long periods. By 1979, timers appeared on coffee makers and have come a long way from the Cowboy Coffee Pot. It will be interesting to see how the machines evolve over the next hundred years.

Friday, March 28, 2008

Benefits of Buying on eBay




Are you one of the millions of Americans who prefers to shop online? Shopping online is popular because it is quick, easy, and convenient. It is also popular because, when shopping online, you have a number of different options, as there are a number of different retailers that you can choose to shop online with. One of those is eBay. If you aren’t already shopping on eBay, you may want to look into it, as there are a number of benefits to doing so.

Perhaps, the greatest benefit of shopping on eBay is all of the products that you have to choose from. eBay isn’t like a traditional retailer. They are actually an online auction website. eBay has other internet users sell products that they have to consumers, just like you. With this type of set up, eBay has an unlimited number of products to choose from. For instance, you can buy real estate, cars, clothing, toys, pet supplies, home décor, entertainment items, and much more on eBay. Basically, anything you are looking for, within reason of course, you should be able to find on eBay.

Another one of the many benefits to shopping on eBay is that you have a number of sellers to do business with. As it was previously mentioned, eBay allows all internet users to sell items that they no longer need or want to own. Over the past few years, the popularity of eBay has reached an all time high. This is what has lead to an unlimited number of eBay sellers. Since many sellers are selling the same products or similar products, you should have the option to choose who you want to do business with. When buying a product online, particularly one that is offered for sale by a number of different sellers, you are advised to examine product costs, shipping and handling costs, as well as each seller’s feedback. Doing so will make shopping on eBay a positive experience for you.

It is also important to note that eBay is easy to use. In fact, ease of use is one of the many other reasons why eBay has become so popular in recent years. As an eBay buyer, you need to create a free eBay account. That account will allow you to buy on eBay. Once you are a registered eBay member, you can easily start searching for products that you are looking for. For instance, if you are looking for a particular music CD, you can just type the artist name and album name into eBay’s search box and you should be presented with a number of auctions which have your CD available for sale. If you are only looking to spend a certain amount of money or purchase a CD that is located in the United States, you can perform an advanced search. An advanced search makes it easier to find what you need.

The above mentioned benefits, to doing your online shopping through eBay, are just a few of the many that exist. In fact, even if you are unsure as to whether or not you want to start shopping on eBay, you are advised to at least examine it. eBay guests can navigate the site to get a taste of what items can commonly be found for sale on eBay. With a large selection of products, a number of sellers to choose from, and ease of use, there is a good chance that you may find yourself doing the bulk of your online shopping on eBay. And, if you end up doing so, you will definitely not be alone.

Wednesday, March 26, 2008

Awesome Science Experiment - Magic Hole


You won't believe your eye! I show you how to make one in just 1 minute. Try it now...PS: None of the fishs were hurt and all put back to oxygen tank after demo.

Very Cool Pub/Bar Trick


Think Your Tough? Try This Trick Then Watch Your Friends Squeel With Pain !

Monday, March 24, 2008

Funny "gassy" Video


Hilarious Kaltura video about creating together. Turn your sound on.

Hidden Camera - Big Ones


Look at that guy

Friday, March 21, 2008

Fishing Fun

Very Funny Accidents!!!


Very funny accidents

No One Can Do That


how could they make this show with this amazing performance

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Amazing Pictures and Views



Amazing pictures and views

Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Dancing Walrus


This reminds me of Prison Thriller...

Sunday, March 16, 2008

WAZZUP?!


This video is a spoof of the popular Budweiser television commercial "WAZZUP".

The video features special youtube guest Michael Buckley from the WHATTHEBUCKSHOW.

Alcoholic Spiderman: 2 Spidermen 1 Bottle


Alcoholic Spiderman & Psycho Spiderman get really drunk and are nearly passed out on a garage floor when they realize they are outta booze. They come up with a really sick & disgusting way to continue to drink and get drunk....kids do not try this at home. This is a parody of the infamous 2 girls 1 cup video.....and whatever you do, do not watch 2 girls 1 cup unless you are able to handle watching very gross videos

Saturday, March 15, 2008

Cake


Cake by rathergood.com, from the album Rather Good Songs. A little kitten sings about his love of cake! Song available on iTunes now!

Wednesday, March 12, 2008

Extend Your Life...


..Adopt a dog today! Scientific studies have proven that owning a dog can extend your life by years. Today we take you to a local no-kill animal shelter to show you... More» some of the amazing animals you could be missing out on. Can't have pets where you live? No problem! Most shelters have volunteer programs, and the dogs would love to get out of their cages for a while. 50% of the proceeds from this video will be donated to MaxFund, a great no-kill animal shelter in Denver, CO.

A Great Vacation


Sometimes, a vacation can make you forget everything...

Cool! The Future Of Air Travel!


we're here to serve you - the Lynx Air experience - just the way you like it - male fantasy

Tuesday, March 11, 2008

The Miley and Mandy Show Epis. Houston Rodeo


Miley Cyrus & Mandy Jiroux
PERFORMING IN HOUSTON AT THE HOUSTON RODEO LIFESTOCK SHOW!

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Santa's Job Opening Comedy


Ready for christmas, this will make you laugh, santa's job opening is funny and enjoyable to watch. Merry Christmas career and job seekers.

How To Make Blue Box


Making blue box is easy...

Saturday, March 8, 2008

Hair Transplant Procedures for Young Men

There was a time when no one would even think of doing hair transplant surgery on young men. It was agonizing for this group of young people because thinning, balding, and receding hairlines often started before they got out of their teens. Now the procedure is being opened to young men - but with restrictions.

Because losing hair at such a young age is very traumatic, hair transplant doctors do not like to go along with the patients' snap decisions. After an in-depth consultation, the doctor will do everything in his power to put off the surgery. He will ask the patient to come back for a final consultation in six months or so. Many doctors will refuse to do immediate hair transplants if they are put to the test.

There are advantages to getting hair transplant surgery under the age of 25. Most of these patients are healthy. They do not usually take medications. They are often optimistic and have the motivation required to make the commitment needed for what may end up being lifelong treatment.

When a young man gets a hair transplant procedure, it can avert many problems with low self esteem and lack of self confidence. With older men, these attitudes are already ingrained so that it takes some doing to change them. If the hair restoration is started early enough, the young patient need never feel the stigma of being bald for very long at all.

A doctor who is skilled in doing hair transplant procedures on young people will do some investigation before tackling such a project. He will ask to see members of the family to assess their hair loss and how the young person might inherit hair loss traits from the family. If family members cannot be present, the doctor might ask for photos.

One trick of doctors, who work to give young people hair transplant surgeries, is to guide them in setting the hairline. A young person will usually want a fairly low hairline. He remembers the way it was just a few short years ago and wants to duplicate the image.

A good hair transplant surgeon will discourage a low hairline. Instead, he will campaign for a higher hairline. There are several advantages to this. One is that, with less top hair to cover, more donor hair will be saved. Since the young patient will be dealing with this problem for a long time, this is a necessary consideration.

When the hair transplant surgeon achieves a higher hairline, he will be able to get more fullness on the top of the head because he has less to cover. This is not to say the young person will have a receding hairline when the procedure is complete; just that the hairline will not be too low.

There is no reason for young people to enter adulthood without a full head of hair if they can get a hair transplant. This option is now open to them. It is bound to make many young men very happy.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Protect Your Home with Laserbeams


Here is an easy to make, low cost laserbeam security system that beats anything I have ever seen!! My inspiration for this idea is from Brad Graham & Kathy McGowan of... More» Atomic Zombie.

Thursday, March 6, 2008

Jesus Painting


An awesome depiction of a spiritual anomaly.

Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Do You Want To Learn Bungy Jumping?

Perhaps you have decided to take up the sport of bungy jumping, but would prefer some professional training before taking the plunge. Or perhaps you have thought a lot about bungy jumping, but still have not reached a conclusion as to whether you want to try it or not. If you find yourself in either of these categories, you can benefit from taking some bungy jumping classes which are designed to teach you everything you need to know and have a bit of hands-on experience under the guidance of skilled instructors. This way, you can have the confidence of knowing you have learned the basic skills needed for bungy jumping before you take your first death-defying challenge.

As there are already a number of classes in various locations for bungy jumping staff members, it shouldn't be long before suitable classes are also open to the general public to assist them in gaining the important knowledge and skills needed for this sport. You can decide if this is something you would like to consider as an option; if so, check to see when classes like this are available in your area.

Another possibility for learning all about the sport of bungy jumping is to begin as a spectator. While this may also help you decide whether or not you are personally suited for bungy jumping, you will have the chance to view this amazing activity as close as you can be without actually participating. With this goal in mind, you can watch either your friends doing their own novice bungy jumps, or you can see perfection in motion by viewing trained professionals. In addition to watching bungy jumping first-hand, you can also utilize a video camera so that you can focus on all the details of the jumps later on.

While you can probably gain the helpful cooperation from most of the companies that provide bungy jumping by simply requesting the chance to begin your initiation into this sport as a spectator, there are some of the companies which already present it as an option and consider spectators to be a basic part of their customers' bungy jumping experiences. One that lists this as a trip option in itself calls it the "Auckland Ultimate Bungy Jump Spectator" part of their Adventure Tour. Offered by New Zealand on the Web, it includes a guided bridge walk where you can watch the action from a safe point. Not only will this give you the chance to take in the excitement up-close, you will be able to learn the basics from those who are actually participating. Taking still-pictures or making a video of the action will allow you to view it at a later date when you can pay close attention to the details.

Whether you choose the method of "watch and learn" or seek training from skilled professionals, you will be at an advantage when you finally decide to take your first solo jump. The more you know beforehand, the more you will want to take part in bungy jumping.

Saturday, March 1, 2008

This Really Works!


Make a simple device that can tell you if your pets are male or female, save money at the vet and sex your parrots and reptiles yourself. Works with an egg or pregnent... More» woman! After using this tool for over 30 years it is said to be correct 99% of the time.

How To Disassemble Electronics W/out Damaging Tamper Seal & Par


I reveal techniques used to completely disassemble electronics without damaging the tamper seal or the parts... using a brand new HP IPAQ 2410 (you can apply these... More» techniques to other electronic products that you wish to modify or repair) with #5 Torx driver (8 screws), small phillips screwdriver (2 screws), and flat blade exacto knife dipped in alcohol for the "tamper proof" seal. DISCLAIMER: NO PARTS WERE HARMED IN THE MAKING OF THIS VIDEO - THEY WERE REASSEMBLED AND WORKED JUST FINE.

The Strangest People On The Web!


Check out this collection of the strangest and wackiest people on the web.

Paperclip Trick


Very cool trick with paperclips !!

Crazy Motorcycle Tires


Rhinotire can make any tires to become flat proof. Watch Crazy Martin stunts in upcoming Daytona Bike Week.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Tips for a Happy Gymnast


It is the responsibility of the parents in any sport to ensure that the child knows what to expect. Gymnastics is certainly no different; the only difference is the moves performed rather than running dozens of laps or swimming for hours. Ensuring that you teach your child a few things can be a great help to their overall success in gymnastics as well as your sanity as the parent.

You should teach your child immediately that they are going to make mistakes. It is how they handle these mistakes that will determine their success. If a child is determined, that each time they try a new routine it must be perfect without fail then they are going to ultimately harm their self-esteem. It is important to understand that mistakes are going to happen, but accepting that fact and moving along to learn from them is very important.

Additionally, it is a wise idea to help your child decide what is most important to them in their life. Set up a schedule for their activities that reflects this. Whether their goal is to become an Olympic athlete or even just use gymnastics as a simple hobby having some specific ideas in mind about what they want to do in the future is often helpful in keeping young gymnasts focuses on the major goals that they have.


Another important lesson for your child is teaching patience with the dozens if not hundreds of repetitions that are necessary in order to truly master a skill. Many gymnasts practice a skill as many as thousands of times before the movement feels completely natural and flowing to them. This is not unheard of however; most children really do not have the patience for this and need help in learning this skill. It is important to really give your child the help they need in ensuring they practice enough. You can never do too many repetitions of a new skill.

Help your child prepare for competitions by expecting the unexpected. This means packing a complete first aid kit that can handle everything from rips to scrapes. Additionally having an extra uniform and even spare change of clothes is helpful. You should also ensure that you child has an extra pair of grips, and plenty of chalk to ensure that they are fully prepared. In addition, working with your child to practice their routine with music stopping in the middle and other stressful situations can help them relax and fully prepare for the competition.

One last step that all parents should take that is often overlooked is setting up a schedule that includes time away from gymnastics and school. Your child needs plenty of time to practice gymnastics of course, but it is also very important that they have the opportunity to rest and enjoy themselves as well. Working and pushing too hard can result in your child burning out or injuring themselves, which is never advisable.

Working together with your child’s coach none of these things are difficult. Working towards your child’s success is well worth the small amount of time that is necessary to ensure that you are setting them up to be a success rather than a failure. While everyone has different ways of handling schedules and stress working with your child to help them plan and adjust quickly is one of the best things you can do for your child.

Never be afraid to ask your child’s coach for help. If you have a problem and you are unsure of how to handle it, such as helping your child calm down before meets your child’s coach can usually help. They have the knowledge and experience to make your job as a parent much easier. Use them to your benefit, rather than avoiding them. They are here to help you and your child attain the exact results that you desire rather than leaving you frustrated and confused.

Thursday, February 28, 2008

Tattoos In History

What did President Theodore Roosevelt and Winston Churchill's mother have in common? They both had tattoos. While Jennie Churchill's tattoo was allegedly covered for the sake of reputation, and Teddy Roosevelt's was simply in a location which was not readily visible, this information caused a stir amongst many of their day as well as modern-day history buffs. President Roosevelt's daughter Alice also had a tattoo which was in a concealed location. Neither Mrs. Churchill's nor President Roosevelt's artwork, however, lent itself to gaining a sense of respectability amongst the average citizens. Even when such notable figures possessed tattoos, they were still considered to be socially unacceptable for most people.

Going as far back as any studies have been on the subject, it is claimed that the "Ice Man" who lived some 3300 years B.C., had some form of tattoos. Upon discovering the remains, researchers have been able to do little but guess that this most primitive form of tattoo was for the purpose of warding off evil spirits, or that it may have been some type of rite-of-passage. Combined on his spine and behind one knee and on one ankle, the Ice Man had approximately fifty-seven tattoos. While it is impossible to do more than speculate as to the actual reason for them, it certainly shows that tattoos are not unique to current eras nor to the people in the modern-day world. As the Ice Man was the oldest mummified human remains found in Europe, today's tattoo fans have history on their side-- there's nothing "modern" about tattoos.

In the distant past, tattoos were connected to an entirely different nature than they have been during the last few decades. There was nothing notorious or rebellious about them. It used to be that tattoos were reserved for those of high social standing, and were not available to average people. Tattoos were only available to-- and a sign of-- those who were wealthy, important, and usually in some high position of government or royalty. Sweden's King Oscar had tattoos; so did England's King George the fifth. In that era, tattoos were a status symbol.

In other time-periods, tattoos also served specific purposes. Going the furthest back in American history, many Native American tribes utilized the practice of tattoos; it was primarily for the purpose of showing one's connection to one's specific tribe. For the Polynesians, tattooing was a method of relating family history; each individual person had his own individual tattoos to show the story of his family. Some of the earliest explorers on the American continent have been said to have acquired this practice from the Polynesians' forms of tattoos.

Two of the oldest Egyptian mummies were discovered to have had tattoos. These tattoos, which have only been found on female mummies, consist of patterns of lines, dots and dashes. As the women themselves were connected to ritualistic practices, it is assumed that the tattoos they had in common were in some way representative of that fact. It is only speculation on the parts of the researchers, of course, based on their knowledge of the lifestyles of that period in time.

Although Oriental symbols are quite popular for tattoos in America, it is not widely known that both the Japanese and Chinese cultures have held a strong opposition to the practice of tattooing throughout history. With both societal and religious viewpoints agreeing that tattooing is something which should not be done, it is still considered to be a means of contaminating one's body. For the ancient Chinese, tattooing was used as a punishment for criminal activity, putting such visible marks on a person to forever brand him as a criminal.

Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Spaghetti Etiquette in Italian Food

The most popular and widely recognized Italian food today is spaghetti. However, it seems that no other Italian food has caused such consternation in figuring out the polite way to eat it. It has become so bad that when taking a date to eat Italian food, both parties will avoid the spaghetti in order avoid making a mess or looking less than attractive while eating it. Spaghetti is a delicious Italian food and there doesn't need to be all this stress associated with eating it in public. Forget what you've been told what follows is how you eat spaghetti.

First off, if you are fortunate to be eating at an Italian food restaurant or Italian home that is actually in Italy, then you need to keep your hands on the table. Now when I say hands, I mean hands, still no elbows. Also, be sure to wait until everyone is served before you start to eat. The most often repeated Italian food advice given is to use a spoon to aid in eating spaghetti. Unfortunately this is also the most widely spread Italian food myth. Whatever you do, don't use a spoon. It is considered very bad form. Just use your fork, I'll explain how to do it and keep your Italian food on your fork and not on the table or your shirt. Another oft repeated word of advice is to simply cut the spaghetti noodles shorter. Again, this is erroneous. Spaghetti is about ten inches long and is the right length, you should never cut it. It's also important not to slurp the spaghetti.

Any sounds you make while eating are considered rude. Italian food is known for its wonderful sauces, be careful not to splatter them all over the table and your clothes. On this note, don't ever wear a napkin like a bib; it is very tacky and inappropriate. While spaghetti might be your favorite Italian food, it is not a dish that should be served for large or formal parties, largely because of the issues that cause an article of this nature to be written. Choose instead to serve an Italian food comprised of short pasta that is easier to serve and eat.

Now it is time to teach you the proper technique to use when eating that ever popular Italian food, spaghetti. Spaghetti is served in a bowl with a rim. You want to push the spaghetti to the center of the bowl, making room at the front. Now take a little bit of the spaghetti with your fork and push it to the front of the bowl. Now hold your fork vertically with the prongs against the rim and turn the fork clockwise in order to wrap the noodles around the fork. Then lift your fork and examine the length of the noodles hanging to see if it's a good idea to proceed with putting it in your mouth. It is always best to err on the side of caution and put too little rather than too much spaghetti on your fork.

If you need to, lower the fork back down and take a smaller bunch of noodles and twirl them again. Better to take a little time than to end up with Italian food all over the place. Following these tips will ensure that you impress your friends at an Italian food restaurant and get invited back to eat Italian food at a family's home.

Favorite Drinks of Mexico

Mexico offers quite a few unique drinks. Some include fruits, and nuts while others include milk. Some are served warm, while others are chilled. These drinks have become a favorite in Mexico. There are traditional drinks, some of which originate from Spain.

Horchata is a drink that originates from Spain. It is very popular in Mexico. It is perfect for hot days. Nuts are used for this drink. They are ground and mixed with water, sugar and sometimes lemon juice. The mixture is then put through a filter process. The drink is served ice cold. It refreshes and cools down the drinker. Horchata is also popular with rice added. It can be found at Mexican restaurants in the United States along with Mexican grocery stores.

Aguas Frescas are another popular drink found in Mexico. It consists of water, fruit juices and sugar. Many vendors in Mexico sell Aguas Frescas. Flavors you may find are Watermelon, Mango, Pineapple, and Strawberry. These types of drinks are also made in other countries under different names.

In Mexico you will still find brands for soft drinks that are familiar in America, such as Coca Cola, Sprite, and Pepsi. They also have their own brands, on being Sidral, which is apple-flavored. Coffee is also another popular drink in Mexico. You will be able to find Espresso and cappuccino in the cafes. For something more exotic there is the drink, café de olla. It is made by being stewed for hours with the ingredients being cinnamon and sugar, which gives it a sweet and rich flavor. Outside of the cafes, it is common to find people making instant coffee. Mexicans also enjoy tea. The tea of choice is usually mint or chamomile.

Mexico also offers many drinks of alcohol. One that is much known in America is the Margarita. Tequila is the alcohol in the drink. Margaritas come in a variety of flavors and colors. It is served with ice, or blended with ice making it a frozen drink. There are a few tales on who is the original maker of the margarita. It is known that people in the 1930s were enjoying these drinks. This drink is still popular to this day. Mexico also drinks beer. They have several brands, the biggest being Cerveza. Mexican-made brands that are popular in the United States include Corona and Sol. Pulque is a milky style beer that is popular amongst the poor. It is made from sap and is thick. It usually takes some time to get used to drinking. A drink that makes people think of Mexico is Tequila. It consists of agave cactus and is produced mainly in the Mexican state of Jalisco. It is served with a side of lime and salt.

There are many more drinks that are found in Mexico. There are recipe books that can help you create new drinks. Next time you are planning a backyard fiesta, try adding some new flavor. Your guests will not be disappointed to quench their thirst with south of the border drinks.

Sunday, February 24, 2008

naim vs nayem


naim vs nayem
starts out as teaching u how 2 shuffle ends in assault!!!!!!

Porn Queen


Lurid tales of modern life told between the pearly whites. Brought to you in glistening Saliv-A-vision, these quick flicks are the very best in oral entertainment.

SANDWICHES AND SALADS


AN EXCITING DAY!!

Official Jared Gold's Caspian 2007 Runway Event


The official Caspian video of Jared Gold's Caspian 2007 runway event featuring Clint Catalyst as the host, and runway models including Lisa D'Amato, Audrey Kitching, Raquel Reed, Stevie Ryan, Nyabel Lual.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Sweet Cat Plays


Sweet cat stands on its back feet and plays.

Ultimate Ownage Video


People getting hurt.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

A History of Evil


Animated Documentary-Mockumentary about Evil in western civilization from Ancient Greece to present day.

After all the comments I feel like some clarification is in order, but firstly, to you guys that liked it:

Thanks, you've made my day.

The film was intended to show what people have believed in and pointed to as evil throughout history. It was meant to get you to think about what evil really is. It is meant to show that when we get too obsessed with "evil" we might end up taking part in it ourselves.

One has to separate evil and human cruelty. Human cruelty is people not being nice to one another. Evil is soemthing else, it is something we have created, a word and a concept for things that are not acceptable. It is a label for things that we do not understand and dont want to understand.

But is evil really ever a complete explanation for anything?

A lot of bad deeds has been done in the name of good. The people that did them ment good, are they evil?


OK, and finally,
This video is not meant to:

-blame wester culture and people for all the "evil" in the world. I'm european, and thought that I better stick to my own history.
-blame religion for all the evil in the world.
-claim that God is dead. (It is simply a reference to the philosopher Nietzsce, look him up.)
-offend anyone, race, religion, gender or sexual orientation.
-claim that Elvis was evil.
-be an exact and complete account of the actual events that has taken place throughout history.

This was a student project, hence the "unfinishedness" and abrupt ending. I ran out of time. I might update it later.

It was animated frame by frame in flash and composited and textured in AfterEffects

2008 Mitsubishi EVO - Exclusive Interview Pt.2


In the 2nd episode of this 3-part series videotaped at Firebird Raceway in Phoenix, Arizona, The Auto Channel's Mark Fulmer talks with professional rally racer, Nate Tennis, about the new Lancer EVO MR and gets some driving tips. See all 3 episodes in hi-rez video at TheAutoChannel.com

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

Ronnie 2007 By Iamhere!


Here are shown new and inedit skills of the bresilian crack of Barcelona. Even if you think Ronaldinho is not the greatest player of the moment, you'll change tour opinio... More»n

Monday, February 18, 2008

Sexy high-heeled girls crowd Russia's streets


The streets beat the rhythm of thousands of high heels pounding the cold pavement - in Moscow every street is a catwalk, and its high fashion culture can come as a surprise to the flat-heeled foreign visitor. With no compromises made between style and comfort, Russian women dress to impress whatever the weather. Their essential uniform is glamour, fur and perfect make-up.

Thursday, February 14, 2008

Acid Bomb


This is the result of a bored person...(me)...looking at a few "how to make a hommade bomb videos" then calling his older brother to help him and his cusin to film the wh... More»ole thing...I want to take this time to thank my other cusin Bruno for editing this video

How Not To Get Your Ass Kicked


Criss Rock and his 7 pointers how not to get your ass kicked by the police.

Friday Vs Monday


The difference between going to work on Mondays and on Fridays

Funny Moments Compiliation

Monday, February 11, 2008

Sasha Chanoff - Mapendo


Sasha Chanoff - Mapendo - Watch the best video clips here
There are over 3 million refugees across Africa who have fled their homes due to violent conflict and persecution." That's how Sasha Chanoff, Executive Director of Mapen... More»do International, approached Global X at the Skoll World Forum. A very convincing opener..

Missing Snake


Sobe Life Water Super Bowl Commercial: Naomi Campbell



Sobe Life Water Super Bowl Commercial thirty naked lizards dance with Naomi Campbell to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" after drinking Sobe LifeWater, which charges the liza... More»rds with rhythm

Office Fun



This commercial shows us how important candy at the office is!!

Friday, February 8, 2008

How To Put A Egg In Bottle



How To Put A Egg In Bottle

Posture Evaluation



Posture Evaluation

Thursday, February 7, 2008

Native American Girl



While attending a Pow Wow, Jason captured the beauty of this young Native American girl on film. He translated her image onto canvas. After many hours of painstaking atte... More»ntion to detail and color he has once again created a work of art that displays not only his talent as an artist,but his passion for each creation. This portrait is now in a Limited Edition Print Visit Jason's site to experience his other beautiful and unique works of art.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Crash Compilation


Crash Compilation

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Slipped Away


This video is actually a remake of the 1st AMV I ever made. I made this 10 months ago, so I have improved a lot. I remember that it didn't take that long, but I think it ..

Saturday, February 2, 2008

New Use For Bananas


This guy found a new use for bananas.

A Lesson in Towing


What works and what doesn't when trying to restrain a car.

Friday, February 1, 2008

How To Stop Farting

30 Seconds To Mars - A Beautiful Lie

Celebutantes Part 2 - Cricket

Wednesday, January 30, 2008

Amazing Lego Creations


non copyrighted photos of Lego creations that are a work of art

Melody Competes Borings..The Dwarf


This Dwarf is trying to hook up with some girls..when he finally gets caught by MELODY man who competes boring on a try to ERADICATE 'em but what obstacles does he find..... More».Watch an Enjoy

Wishing Well


From Benny Hill. Don't mess up with magic too much...

Monday, January 28, 2008

Pancake Mines



A claymation of a couple of very mean fellows, that lead everybody to believe some landmines are actually pancakes. Made in 2007.

This is a crazy gameshow!


This is a crazy gameshow!

Saturday, January 26, 2008

UFO - Security Camera - Kent UK 1998

Friday, January 25, 2008

Bird Craps In Reporters Mouth


Local news guy reports on the Canadian Brown Finch overpopulation in town now. Irish people say its good luck when a bird craps on your shoulder or head. I dont know what it means when they drop a deuce in your mouth.

Every Cigarette Is Doing You Damage


Still Smoking? See Whats Really Going On Inside You!
see the truth.

Thursday, January 24, 2008

Make A Powerful Gun!


Easy way to build a powerful and accurate gun in one minute!

Monday, January 21, 2008

Thirsty Monkey



This monkey decides to impress the onlookers and urinates into his own mouth. Glorious.

Dolphin Play Bubble Rings


When you spend your life in the water, I guess you tend to develop a good intuition for its subtleties. Dolphins have been observed to create bubble rings by exhaling air... More» carefully in the middle of the vortices caused by the motion of their fins through the water, among other techniques. Besides being nice to look at (and a neat demonstration of fluid mechanics), this phenomenon also might throw some light on dolphin cognition, since the skill to create the rings is a bit subtle and tends to be taught from one dolphin to the next via careful observation and practice. I'm also intrigued by the report that they seem to be using sonar to locate the vortex in the water, since that would be a fairly amazing bit of audio analysis. This video is dedicated to the best employee at Sea World.

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Piano Lessons Online - Blues Piano Lessons Chap. 8


Unleash your creativity with these online video piano lessons featuring "Blues for Piano and Keyboards". Chock full of online video content, these music lessons will jump... More»start your playing - check it out!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

How To Make Colored Flame Trails And Fire Pool Special Effects


Learn how to use household chemicals to make spectacular fire effects similar to those used in many films.

Squirrel Doing Kick Ups

video

Thursday, January 17, 2008

COOL TRICK..!!!


DRIVE THEM CRAZY WITH THIS ONE..

How To Escape Handcuffs


I'll show you how to escape a pair of police issue handcuffs by using nothing but a cigarette lighter.

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

What's Your Sign


It's a painting of all the Astrological signs of the Zodiac. Each painting is on a human canvas. It is painted by Rudi Everts

Monday, January 14, 2008

HOW TO DRAW PEOPLE USING BOXES


A little tutorial on how to draw people using boxes as reference. Using boxes its a good advice to start drawing: they make everthing a little easy.

World Most Amazing Accidents


Spike's "World's Most Amazing Videos". The most extreme accidents, face plants, explosions and crashes put togheter in a single clip.

Saturday, January 12, 2008

AMAZING trick shot


Super amazing trick shot

Friday, January 11, 2008

Crazy Experiment


Funny and cool

How To Make Fire Balls


Learn to make fire balls that you can hold in your hands. Simple tutorial with nice music.

Wednesday, January 9, 2008

AMAZING Mustang Drawing!!!


13 hours of drawing shown in 1 minute. American Muscles in high speed for you! Music and video made by me :) Hope you like it!

Tuesday, January 8, 2008

Colorblind Creation


Nature painting made with black and white spray paint. Put away the colors and try and black and white painting, it's fun.

Monday, January 7, 2008

The Art Of The Pick Up



I met these "dating coaches" who moved here from the South. You move in with them and they teach you how to pick up men and women! Somehow I got seduced during this inter... More»view process

Sunday, January 6, 2008

Amazing Hypnosis Makes You High


Let me do hypnosis on you. In 45 sec your brain is going crazy, you wont belive your eyes.

Saturday, January 5, 2008

What To Do About Adult Acne

Despite what many people think, acne is not just an adolescent problem. While many people who had acne as a teenager no longer have to deal with it, some people have to fight acne problems long into their adult life. There are several reasons why teenagers make up a large portion of acne sufferers, but it's adults who probably have the most difficult time dealing with it.

Studies and sales of skin care products are showing that adult acne is an increasing problem. The causes aren't certain, but it's quite possible that the factors that cause acne in teens can continue through one's life. In addition, the role of nutrition as a cause of acne are just being learned. So, if an adult is doing the same things, and eating the same foods, as they did as a teen, it makes sense that the problems resulting continue as well.

Acne has two, distinct, long-term affects. The first is the actual physical results of acne outbreaks. This can include scarring, pock marking, or uneven skin tones. This problem is actually worse in adults than it is in teens, as teenage skin is more resilient, due to the increased amount of collagen in teenage skin cells. Teen skin can generally (though not always) overcome minor scarring and blemishing, adult skin struggles with it more.

However, the social and psychological effects are even more difficult to heal. While teens express the effects as a loss of confidence, or a decrease in self-worth, they are at least comforted by knowing that many other teens, just like them, have the same problem. There is much less social stigma attached to a teenager having pimples. However, as an adult, there not only are the same obvious affects, there is also an underlying feeling that this is somehow the adult's fault. That they should know better, or don't have hormones to use as an excuse. Plus, relatively few of their friends are probably going through the same thing. It can be painful for an adult to have this problem.

Public opinions and viewpoints are changing as people recognize that acne isn't just a teenage problem. It is causing adults to see their problem as a real one, and seek medical help. Adults are going to dermatologists for treatment, or are buying over the counter products to help treat outbreaks. As awareness of the problem has increased, so has sales of these products.

In many ways, we are still learning what causes acne. The increased number of adults now facing the problem gives many people pause, thinking maybe it's more than just hormones, maybe it's stress, or maybe it's something in the water we wash with, or the food we eat. The important thing for adults with acne to realize is that they aren't alone. Adults across the country are all facing the same problems, and fighting it in different ways.
By Boston Reynolds

Friday, January 4, 2008

Cool pavement art

Great street pavement art






Thursday, January 3, 2008

Can You Drive Here


An image collection of the most dangerous and difficult to pass roads in the world

Wednesday, January 2, 2008

Toyota FT-HS Concept

Toyota at the Detroit auto show will unveil the FT-HS Hybrid Sports Concept — a two-door sports coupe that could provide clues to the next Supra. Toyota says the 400 horsepower hybrid would do zero to 60 mph in around four seconds, and cost somewhere between $30,000 and $40,000.

Power comes from a 3.5 liter V6 coupled with the electric motor used in the GS 450h. The car seats four and has a 50:50 weight balance.