Thursday, November 25, 2004

The Most Beautiful English Words

1. Mother
2. Passion
3. Smile
4. Love
5. Eternity
6. Fantastic
7. Destiny
8. Freedom
9. Liberty
10. Tranquility

See the whole list here

I like Haligonian, spasm and cool. (robin is nice too!)

Link thanks to Fark

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

I wonder if they have women's styles in this fabric :)

Monday, November 22, 2004


"Choose life. Choose a job. Choose a career. Choose a family. Choose a fucking big television, Choose washing machines, cars, compact disc players, and electrical tin openers. Choose good health, low cholesterol and dental insurance. Choose fixed- interest mortgage repayments. Choose a starter home. Choose your friends. Choose leisure wear and matching luggage. Choose a three piece suite on hire purchase in a range of fucking fabrics. Choose DIY and wondering who you are on a Sunday morning. Choose sitting on that couch watching mind-numbing sprit- crushing game shows, stuffing fucking junk food into your mouth. Choose rotting away at the end of it all, pishing you last in a miserable home, nothing more than an embarrassment to the selfish, fucked-up brats you have spawned to replace yourself. Choose your future. Choose life... But why would I want to do a thing like that?"

Wednesday, November 17, 2004

Celebrity Lookalikes

Yes that's how you spell lookalikes! :) ( Well it looked weird to me at first anyway)

Some of these people look so much like the real thing that I think they may have actually just posted a picture of the celebrity...but why would anybody waste their time doing that?? Check out the Top 10

Tuesday, November 16, 2004


"Oh, you hate work? Why didn't you say so? There's a support group
for that. It's called everybody and it meets at the bar."
--Drew Carey

Found this today on Fark

Rules of Life (Cherie Carter-Scott)

I read this book and really liked it~

"Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood." (Helen Keller)

Rule One - You will receive a body. Whether you love it or hate it, it's yours for life, so accept it. What counts is what's inside.

Rule Two - You will be presented with lessons. Life is a constant learning experience, which every day provides opportunities for you to learn more. These lessons are specific to you, and learning them 'is the key to discovering and fulfilling the meaning and relevance of your own life'.

Rule Three - There are no mistakes, only lessons. Your development towards wisdom is a process of experimentation, trial and error, so it's inevitable things will not always go to plan or turn out how you'd want. Compassion is the remedy for harsh judgement - of ourselves and others. Forgiveness is not only divine - it's also 'the act of erasing an emotional debt'. Behaving ethically, with integrity, and with humour - especially the ability to laugh at yourself and your own mishaps - are central to the perspective that 'mistakes' are simply lessons we must learn.

Rule Four - The lesson is repeated until learned. Lessons repeat until learned. What manifest as problems and challenges, irritations and frustrations are more lessons - they will repeat until you see them as such and learn from them. Your own awareness and your ability to change are requisites of executing this rule. Also fundamental is the acceptance that you are not a victim of fate or circumstance - 'causality' must be acknowledged; that is to say: things happen to you because of how you are and what you do. To blame anyone or anything else for your misfortunes is an escape and a denial; you yourself are responsible for you, and what happens to you. Patience is required - change doesn't happen overnight, so give change time to happen.

Rule Five - Learning does not end. While you are alive there are always lessons to be learned. Surrender to the 'rhythm of life', don't struggle against it. Commit to the process of constant learning and change - be humble enough to always acknowledge your own weaknesses, and be flexible enough to adapt from what you may be accustomed to, because rigidity will deny you the freedom of new possibilities.

Rule Six - "There" is no better than "here". The other side of the hill may be greener than your own, but being there is not the key to endless happiness. Be grateful for and enjoy what you have, and where you are on your journey. Appreciate the abundance of what's good in your life, rather than measure and amass things that do not actually lead to happiness. Living in the present helps you attain peace.

Rule Seven - Others are only mirrors of you. You love or hate something about another person according to what you love or hate about yourself. Be tolerant; accept others as they are, and strive for clarity of self-awareness; strive to truly understand and have an objective perception of your own self, your thoughts and feelings. Negative experiences are opportunities to heal the wounds that you carry. Support others, and by doing so you support yourself. Where you are unable to support others it is a sign that you are not adequately attending to your own needs.

Rule Eight - What you make of your life is up to you. You have all the tools and resources you need. What you do with them is up to you. Take responsibility for yourself. Learn to let go when you cannot change things. Don't get angry about things - bitter memories clutter your mind. Courage resides in all of us - use it when you need to do what's right for you. We all possess a strong natural power and adventurous spirit, which you should draw on to embrace what lies ahead.

Rule Nine - Your answers lie inside of you. Trust your instincts and your innermost feelings, whether you hear them as a little voice or a flash of inspiration. Listen to feelings as well as sounds. Look, listen, and trust. Draw on your natural inspiration.

Rule Ten - You will forget all this at birth. We are all born with all of these capabilities - our early experiences lead us into a physical world, away from our spiritual selves, so that we become doubtful, cynical and lacking belief and confidence. The ten Rules are not commandments, they are universal truths that apply to us all. When you lose your way, call upon them. Have faith in the strength of your spirit. Aspire to be wise - wisdom is the ultimate path of your life, and it knows no limits other than those you impose on yourself.

Thursday, November 11, 2004

Alice in Bloggerland

You can really get lost in the land of blogs once you start reading them. Try it. Listed on BlogsCanada

Tuesday, November 09, 2004

I Took the Blogger Quiz

You are a Pundit Blogger!

Your blog is smart, insightful, and always a quality read.Truly appreciated by many, surpassed by only a few. Very nice!

What kind of blogger are you?

Blogger Quiz

Monday, November 08, 2004

What an awesome time I have to look forward to!!!!

Greetings Robin
Here is your horoscope for Monday, November 8:

Love? Career? Money? Pick a category, any category, and rest assured that if you invest your time and energy into it now, it will work out well. A celebration will soon be in order. Dom Perignon anyone?

Check out your daily horoscope here

Thursday, November 04, 2004

What Does Your Underwear Say About Your Personality??

Granny panties Can mean you prefer comfort and functionality to style.

Ladies High-cut briefs: Many people mock high-cut briefs, more commonly known as "granny panties." Still, most women have a pair or two stashed at the back of the top dresser drawer. Women who wear granny panties care about comfort and function over style, which is indicative of the wearer's practical nature. Those wearing high-cut panties tend to be perfectionists, except when it comes to style. Women wearing high-cut briefs aren't dressing to impress, at least not underneath.

Boy shorts: A confident go-getter who likes a challenge these women are looking for sexy, pretty underwear that makes them feel like princesses, even when they are in jeans and a T-shirt. Seem to be really sweet. These girls want to be cute and feminine, without bearing it all.

Thongs: Also a confident go-getter who likes a challenge. Like to show off their curves. These women tend to be outgoing and open to new things.

The need to match: The need to have matching bra and panty sets denotes an anal tendency. Fashion comes first for these ladies, and they are very confident. These women see nothing wrong in pampering themselves and might be classified as spoiled or high-maintenance.

Gents Boxers: Boxers are a default setting for most modern men. That doesn't stop these undies from telling secrets. Boxers are about comfort, first and foremost. Boxer boys are generally laidback and not too flashy. Boxers show that a guy is light-hearted.

Briefs: Tightie-whities, or briefs in other color variations, have a very specific connotation. Adult men wearing briefs tend to be inhibited and like the restricted nature of this kind of underwear.

Boxer-briefs: Some men prefer to wear the boxer-briefs to get the best of both worlds. Those who wear boxer-briefs are usually the ones that are good at committing in relationships. This makes sense if you consider they have compromised on underwear styles.

Man Thong: "I have learned that men who wear thongs do it because it gets them off" These men tend to be extremely outgoing and exhibitionists. Male thong-wearers were voted "Class Clown" their senior year of high school.

No underwear: There are two views on "going commando." For guys, there is a sense that someone forgot to do laundry and going "sans underwear" was the only option. It can also be a sign that the non-wearer is down-to-earth and believes in a natural way of life.
For the ladies, a typical double standard applies. Often, women going without underwear are doing so to taunt the men around them. It's also possible that these are Earth-conscious women who don't want to constrict their nether parts.

Your underwear doesn't dictate who you are; it's just another way of expressing yourself. Putting on a thong isn't going to make you outgoing, but if you're already wearing one, you probably are. Source : Chelsea Ide

I wear boy shorts and my bra very rarely matches...