From Holland’s Got Talent 2013: Amira Willighagen (9)
From Nature…Four Seansons <3<3<3: 🙂 😉 ❤ Never a bird cop around when you need one!
From Bob Whiley: A traditional food of fermented soybeans which hails from Japan, authentic miso is brimming with good-for-your-belly probiotics, which help keep our gut flora healthy. Dr. Oz also recently discussed how this Japanese food lowers triglycerides, the fat in your blood that contributes to belly fat. Dr. Oz’s Prescription: Pick up instant […]
From Hart voor Dieren(Heart for Animals): Het grootste paard ter wereld (op dit moment) is Big Jake, met een schofthoogte van 210.2 cm. Deze 11 jaar oude kanjer is een Belgisch trekpaard. The biggest horse in the world (currently) is Big Jake, with a height to the withers of 210.2 cm. This 11-year-old behemoth is […]
From Guy Denning: The Behemoth paintings from 4 years ago:
From This Page Will Blow Your Mind: From Wikipedia: Hempcrete is a mixture of hemp hurds (shives) and lime (possibly including natural hydraulic lime, sand, pozzolans or cement) used as a material for construction and insulation. It is marketed under names like Hempcrete, Canobiote, Canosmose, and Isochanvre. Hempcrete is easier to work with than traditional […]
By Ralphie. I’ve sent a suggestion to Change.org via their site, and am curious what their response will, if any. This is the suggestion: Hello, Is it not time that we got the people in charge of big corporations out of their ivory towers and into the limelight? Plaster their faces all over the web […]
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From Roganović Milica: Ralphie: “Cut!!! And next take.(or is it fake?)” * Did you know that cats don’t need to breathe? *
From stumbleupon.com – 117 Most beautiful words in the English language: Soliloquy The act of talking to oneself Or in the case of a blonde: silly-loquy!?
… to that most dreaded of questions: “Honey, does this dress/skirt/etc… makes my ass look fat?” Answer: “You look ever so callipygous, dear!” Callipygous = Having beautifully proportioned buttocks. From stumbleupon.com: ‘117 Most beautiful words in the English language’