Have a Break !
Forget the work pressure, all the homework and studying you have to do, dump the routine and all the boring stuff! Have a break, and give your self a break.
(This is a bored person talking here!).
If you like what you see here, please share it with your friends, let every body have a break!
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You do remember the royal wedding of course!
I watched it live, and believe it or not, I dosed off just before the kiss on the royal balcony (that I was waiting for all along!).
I had to see it on replay.
anyway, here are some unseen-related photos of the royal wedding:
Here you can see the vacuum cleaning of the alter (which looks quite usual, using a regular vacuum cleaner) before the wedding.
Yup, you sure guessed these are two of many McVITIE's biscuits used to make the royal cake just as his highness prince William likes!
Two cute micro dolls resembling the two royal fiances that were made with great accuracy inside a sewing needle's hole. (lovely).
And finally, this might look as a bad-luck, or a death wish voodoo like thing! but believe it or not, this is how people in west Peru wished good luck for William and Kate!
The skeleton like doll, with the portrait of the late princess Diana, and the picture of the royal couple aligned in this way, is actually a wish for good luck!
If you thought the Ghost whisperer was impressive, here's an animal tale with even more bite.
Rather than trying to tame wild
stallions, fearless Costa Rican fisherman Chito prefers a playful
wrestle in the water with his best pal Pocho - a deadly 17-foot
The 52-year-old daredevil draws gasps
of amazement from onlookers by wading chest-deep into the water, then
whistling for his 980-pound buddy - and giving him an affectionate hug.
Chito made friends with the croc
after finding him with a gunshot wound on the banks of the Central
American state's Parismina river 20 years ago. He had been shot in the
left eye by a cattle farmer and was close to death.
Chito asked several friends to help load the massive reptile into his
boat. He says, "When I found Pocho in the river he was dying, so I
brought him into my house. He was very skinny weighing only around 150
pounds. I gave him chicken, fish and medicine for six months to help
I stayed by Pocho's side while he was
ill, sleeping next to him at night. I just wanted him to feel that
somebody loved him, and that not all humans are bad. It meant a lot of
sacrifice. I had to be there every day. I love all animals - especially
ones that have suffered."
It took years before Chito felt that Pocho had bonded with him enough
to get closer to the animal.
He says, "After a decade I
started to work with him. At first it was slow. I played with him a
bit, slowly doing more. Then I found out that when I called his name he
would come over to me."
At one point during his recovery, Chito left the croc in a lake near
his house but as he turned to walk away, to his amazement Pocho got out
of the water and began to follow him home.
Chito recalls, "That convinced
me the crocodile could be tame."
But when he first fearlessly waded
into the water with the giant reptile his family was so horrified they
couldn't bear to watch. So instead, he would splash around with Pocho when his family was
Four years ago Chito showed some of his tricks to friends, including
getting the animal to close his eyes on command, and they convinced him
to go public with a show.
Now he swims and plays with Pocho as well as feeding him at the lake
near his home in the lowland tropical town of Sarapiqui.
The odd couple have now become a
major tourist attraction, with several tour operators. Visitors are taken on touring cruises to see the pair.