My daughter will turn next month 07 years old and she is daddy's little princess. She is blessed with big expressive brown eyes and a huge smile that melts all resistance away to the disgust of my wife that always seems to be the "bad police"
In my eyes even her greatest vices falls under the "cute factor" and she gets away with everything.
I dress her over the weekend in one of her best polka dot dresses and Barbie high heels and parade the busy streets with her.
Walking with a narcissistic smile enjoying the feeling that I was the co creator of this little goddess and the pleasures of how she flaunts every great attribute she received from me and her mother.
Old aunties will pinch her on the cheek and young hot bodied babes will come up to us and enquire about her age and how lucky I am. One day everything changed when she received a new little play date friend Peter.
As time passes the threat of Zombies becomes all too real. If you're not worried; you should be. At the moment, there are experimental drugs that would induce humans into a zombie like state. Furthermore, ancient tribes practice black magic that has the power to turn people into zombies, for example, the Haitians. Which means you have to ask yourself, if there was an outbreak would you survive? After reading some of our advice you might have a chance. As for our guide, this is how to survive a zombie attack.
Step 1: Preparedness
Your main advantage over zombies is your speed and reasoning ability. For some reason, depending on the virus, zombies can be slow. However, in certain cases, zombies are quite formidable and can reach speeds of up to 50mph. You should base your provisions on the type of zombie you're dealing with. For example, if you're dealing with a slow zombie then you could carry more provisions. If it's a fast zombie, then I would recommend travelling lightweight. In any case, here are provisions that you'll need.
Several years ago, the missus and I bought into the now questionable idea that since we loved having a pair of cats in our home, adding another couple of kittens to the mix would be like adding extra scoops of ice cream to a sundae.
Well, much like the brain freeze and feeling of nausea that would follow eating that gut-busting ice cream monstrosity, the addition of the younger cats didn't work out quite the way we had hoped.
At first, it was cute having them all sleep together and seeing the kittens chase the older cats around the house. As they got bigger, the playing sessions ended with the occasional hiss, and more frequently, flying fur, hurt feelings, and general animosity.
As reigning king of my castle, I proclaimed that the young cats must be banished to the lower level of our home, allowing for daily visits while leaving the older cats to go about their business of sleeping and hacking up hairballs in peace.
A Chinese couple raised a few eyebrows when they attempted to stage their own version of the royal wedding.
Groom Wang Lu and his bride Yi Lin wanted their wedding to be just like the forthcoming nuptials of Prince William and Kate Middleton.
But they didn’t quite get everything right. They couldn’t find a Union Jack so used a French tricolour in its place.
And, unsurprisingly, they were unable to put their hands on any Guardsmen’s bearskin hats and had to come up with their own versions instead.
But they still reckoned their wedding, in Jiangning, Jiangsu province, eastern China, was just like Prince William’s and Kate Middleton’s.
A Hoboken man was robbed while walking home earlier this morning on Jefferson Street, police said.
At 12:29 a.m. the 24-year-old victim was walking home on the 600 block of Jefferson Street, between Sixth and Seventh streets, when he was approached by two men, said Sgt. Sam Williams.
One of the men produced a silver revolver as the pair attempted to rob the Hobokenite, Williams said.
They robbed the man's cell phone, but they were unable to remove his wallet from his pants pocket and fled north on Jefferson Street, Williams said.
The victim originally thought the men also took his house keys, but realized later that he left them at a friend's house, Williams said.
A 37-year-old Allentown man who had stolen his neighbor's credit cards and used them to make thousands of dollars in purchases called up the card companies several times to make sure the cards were still active, according to court records.
And, according to court records, those phone calls helped land the crook behind bars.
Allentown police say Angel L. Roman, of 615 N. Lafayette, broke into his neighbor's home in December, taking her checkbook and credit cards and then using the cards to buy $7,400 in jewelry, televisions, cameras, video game systems and other items.
In Action Comics No. 900, Superman has an exchange in which he says, “I’m tired of having my actions construed as instruments of U.S. policy.” This is the reason why he intends to renounce his citizenship during a speech to the United Nations.
This of course had made some people very upset.
“Does he believe in British interventionism or Swiss neutrality?” Jonathan Last wrote in blog post at The Weekly Standard. “You see where I’m going with this: If Superman doesn’t believe in America, then he doesn’t believe in anything.”
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – A group opposed to male circumcision said on Tuesday they have collected more than enough signatures to qualify a proposal to ban the practice in San Francisco as a ballot measure for November elections.
But legal experts said that even if it were approved by a majority of the city's voters, such a measure would almost certainly face a legal challenge as an unconstitutional infringement on freedom of religion.
Details about the royal wedding guest list have slowly come out since the invitations were put in the mail in early February. As anticipated, many foreign dignitaries and members of Britain's aristocracy will be in attendance, but according to The Mail on Sunday, some unexpected celebrities, personal aides, friends and exes also made the cut.
As was previously reported, David and Victoria Beckham and Sir Elton John all received invitations. It has been revealed that film director Guy Ritchie, comedian Rowan Atkinson, designer of Kate's royal engagement dress Daniella Helayel, and former English rugby coach Sir Clive Woodward will also be at Westminster Abbey on April 29.
Breaking with tradition, Prince William has invited a number of his aides to the reception. Among them are two of his former nannies, his press officer, his private secretary and his personal secretary. Also invited is William's former headmaster from the Ludgrove School, the provost of Eton College, and William's housemaster at Eton.
Ken Ring warned that an aftershock would hit Christchurch on Sunday, leading scientists to make public a bet that it would not.
However, they were left shocked when the city was indeed shaken by the biggest aftershock since the February catastrophe, which killed more than 182 people.
Mr Ring, a fishing commentator, has become a source of heated debate in New Zealand in recent weeks due to his earthquake predictions, which are based on the belief that quakes are caused by the gravitational pull of the Moon on tectonic plates.
Seismologists have dismissed the theory, but it has gained a following in the country as word has spread that Mr Ring, nicknamed “Moon Man”, appeared to have correctly predicted a quake in September and the disaster last month.