Lingerie Talk

So every girl has to wear lingerie. Whether it be a target bra and hanes panties or fancy La Perla bra and pantie sets, every girl has to have some under garmets. Some say the outfit starts with the under garmets, and looking your best starts underneath. This helpful infographic gives us a little inside scoop on the facts about lingerie.
The first few statistics are a bit predictable. The majority of people find lingerie very important (including myself), as opposed to not important at all. And 21-30 year olds care the most about lingerie, coming in at just about half.
Where this gets interesting is reading about what your lingerie says about you. Those black bra wearing women are said to be clean, strong and powerful. White wearers are loving, in touch with their emotions and natural beauties. Red wearers are bold, passionate and dramatic and blue wearers are romantic and artsy. Any of you female infographers notice any of these trends? I think I just pick pretty pieces, regardless of color, but I can see each stereotype playing out. [Via]

Most Streets in Japan Don’t Have Names

In Japan, they use a very different addressing system than is used in most Western countries.  Rather than streets having names (the space in between blocks), they give blocks numbers and leave the space in between the blocks, streets, nameless. (There are some exceptions to this where certain streets do have names, like main thoroughfares, though these are generally largely ignored by locals, postal workers, etc.)
To illustrate how this system works from a practical standpoint, look at the map on the right.  The city area is divided up into blocks, with each one being given a number. If you want to find some location, rather than asking what street something’s on, you’d rather ask what block it is in.
When you are on a particular street and wonder how to get to a specific block; you can’t intuitively know that if you continue along the street, you’ll get to a specific block that exists adjacent to that street.  Rather, you’d either need to be familiar with the area, or need a map/GPS/etc.  Luckily, you’ll notice if you walk around Japanese cities, you’ll see maps posted in key locations like train stations and bus stops, so locating a block, relative to your current location, usually isn’t that difficult.

World Press Photo Winners 1955-2012


A competitor tumbles off his motorcycle during the Motorcross World Championship at the Volk Mølle race course. (Mogens von Haven)

Organs and Timings

3 - 5 a.m. - Lungs  - The ozone  in the atmosphere is more at this time. So - it's perfect to wake up, breathe, do some yoga, meditate.  Brings more energy for the coming day.

5 - 7a.m. - Large Intestine - Good to get up and take a shower - avoids nerves and bone problems  

7 - 9 a.m. - STOMACH  - Have a Breakfast during this time

9-11 a.m. - SPLEEN  - No food, no drink /even no water/. Otherwise you will be tired, the body t will raise, digestion power will decrease

11a.m. - 1p.m. - HEART - Avoid hard work if possible, drink just water and don't sleep

1 - 3 p.m. - SMALL INTESTINE - Time for lunch and after it at least 5 min rest /meditate or just close your eyes

3 - 5 p.m. - URINARY BLADDER -  Perfect for some tea, coffe...

5 - 7 p.m. - KIDNEY - Time to relax after the working day

7 - 9 p.m. - HEART WALL  - Supper time

9 - 11 p.m. - BODY - Whole body recharges. Good time to go to sleep.

11p.m. - 1a.m.- GALL BLADDER- You are supposed to sleep. Otherwise you will have no energy for next day

1 - 3 a.m. - LIVER - Deep sleep....otherwise problems with eyes will occur

Follow the timings of the organs, do your activities accordingly and stay healthy throughout life.

The cutest celebrity kids ever

Celebrity babies are as famous as their parents. Here’s a list of little stars who make the world go gaga. 

Suri Cruise: The daughter of Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes constantly makes headlines for her enviable wardrobe and her fetish for shoes. The biggest newsmaker was her being named in the list of the Best Dressed Women by Glamour magazine. Pushing the whole debate of the "too-young-for-all-these" aside, we cannot help but gush at everything this gorgeous child wears or does.

Terrific jokes in Indian languages

*Whats the opposite of Gopalakrishnan?
*What is the opposite of Subramnium Swamy?
*Subramanium Didn't See Me.
*How do they start a road race in Tamil Nadu?
*What do you call a really colourful Tamilian?
*Rangamannar Rangarajan.
*How does a Tamilian introduce the tennis superstar Lendl?
*ivan Lendl (Ivan 'he' in Tamil).
*What is the Tamil name for the tallest building in Japan ?
*Nikkumo Nikkado (Will it or wont it stand?)
*What is the difference between Kunnankudi Vaidyanathan and Gandhi?
*One is a violanist, the other is a non-violanist!

The worlds 6 richest pets

The world’s 6 richest pets

Few pets are this house proud.

People love pets. From the ordinary to the exotic, humans love to look after other species, whether they are as common as a cat or as endangered as an eagle. We often devote more time and affection to our furred and feathered friends than we do to our own kin.

Fascinating Facts About Rats

Few creatures in the world inspire more dread than the rat. Long a symbol of death and pestilence, they haunt our nightmares and scuttle in our walls, scaly tails dragging behind them. Rats cause billions of dollars in damage every year, spoiling food supplies, chewing through electrical wires, biting babies in their cribs – and yet their benefits to mankind have been simultaneously overwhelming. Read below for further information on some of our creepiest neighbors.
Norway Rats
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Although there are many different species of rats, the one most people associate with the word are Brown or Norway rats. Likely originating in China, the largest specimens can top 2.2lbs. Norway rats plague cities such as New York (where population estimates vary wildly- from a few hundred thousand to a few hundred million depending on your source) and London and have pervaded nearly every corner of the globe with the rare exceptions of Arctic and Antarctic areas, the Canadian province of Alberta, and pockets of New Zealand. The white albino rats used in laboratories and kept as pets are domesticated versions of this species.


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