Looking for Apil day pranks to pull on the family?
The picture above links to various ideas for pranks and here for the 100 best pranks ever pulled, including the spaghetti harvest and the instant colour tv ;-)
Welcome to this here place of introspection and extroversion (not to mention perversion) in Sunny Tokyo ;-)
Seems Brits have an amazing variety of ways in which to kill themselves, far more variable than one would have imagined. A range of bizarre accidents including melting pyjamas and an alligator attack landed almost one million Britons in hospital last year, according to figures by the Department of Health. Volcanic eruptions, lightning strikes, rat bites and centipede stings caused some of the more unusual injuries.
I hate it when Blogspot does this, a long entertaining post on maneki neko´s blown away, lost to the windy reaches of the nether regions of the internet, never to be read, enjoyed nor even sneered at....
Those of you who know Elena may have noticed that she has a cute little lisp ;-P What I just noticed is that her lisp translates into texts she writes :-D As you can see in the image below of a letter she was writing...
Went to the Butterfly World here in Edinburgh last weekend. Excellent fun and a great experience :-D They even had hands on experiences for the kids, hands on referring to holding a tarantula, a millipede (large one) and a boa. Later on Ragnar was hovering around the incubation booth and this newly changed butterfly flew out and made his head a resting ground. He was chuffed to bits (very happy for those of you not versed in the "English" language ;-P) and being extremely careful not to disturb the butterfly, walked all around the place showing it off to everyone :-D
:-D Just returned home from a parent teacher interview with Elenas teacher at school. And it was excellent, I don´t know why I get so nervous .... Apparently nearly all of the behavioral problems have evaporated, although her cheekyness, assertiveness and the need to be kept constantly active and challenged remains ;-) I´m guessing that´ll be with her forever :-D And if channelled her strength. From not knowing a word of English in August she´s now happily chatting away in Scottish, at this the teacher laughed. And her writtten work is far above average, even I could see that. A five year old composing 3 full sentences (with intresting spelling admittedly) without any help and then doing detailed drawings to complement the text ! She was apparently moved from the normal maths group to the advanced one where she is coping perfectly and has a remarkable grasp of history, near and far.
Recently while going through an airport, President Bush encountered a man with long hair, wearing a robe and sandals, holding a staff.
The place for all those "intresting" record covers ;-) Had great difficulty choosing which ones to pick to show here, you simply have to browse by and look ;-P And.... they have wav files for a number of them !!!!
So what is your opinion of the new layout?
1. Your name spelled backwards: Allennug
3rd Anglo-Scottish Folklorists Youth Cup Final (played over two legs)