by Sarah on October 09, 2013 | Comments Off
In what will apparently shock no one, we’ve learned that Bruce and Kris Jenner have separated. Shocking, we know. Apparently, he’s been telling pals that he is finally free from Kris’ grasp in order to do whatever he likes!
The formerly happy couple are featured on the cover of the new issue of Us Weekly and they give us the exclusive on how over Kris and Bruce’s union is. Kris has apparently opened up to the magazine about Bruce moving out and why they have yet to file for a divorce from one another. According to the tabloid, they have NO prenup! Things could get really interesting!
Bruce has been shacked up in his Malibu beach pad while Kris has been staying in her Calabasas home. She told the publication, “We are living apart, but there is no animosity. We are united and committed to our family. We ended a marriage, but that’s not the end of our friendship. I will always love him, but we are no longer a couple in that way. We are happier this way.”
Are you surprised at all by their separation? Rumor has it that they have been living apart for a year now. We’re wondering what their children think of this?
by Cheri on October 09, 2013 | Comments Off
For any high class escort, it is important to ensure that your date is going well at all times if you ever want a repeat booking. After all, as we all know, repeat bookings as so much easier as you do not have to go through that sometimes clumsy first date where you are getting to know each other. Being an escort is not as easy as people think and it is very important that your client is enjoying your company as they will have paid a good amount of money for it.
The easiest way to know if your date is going well is to look out for the body language of your client. Here are some of my top tips on men’s body language for high class escorts, to keep your date running smoothly. Many clients will not openly say that they are not happy with your company as they are either too shy or do not want to cause an issue with you and potentially make the evening even worse.
- Eye contact. If it is your first date then you may well find that your client may look away from you when he catches your eye, however this is completely normal when you have just met someone for the first time. You should find that as your date progresses he should be able to maintain eye contact for longer periods of time.
- Facial expressions. Watch out for his eyebrows as he is looking at you, if he lifts his eyebrows slightly when he looks at you this is always a good sign that he is attracted to you and this is something that always makes life easier if you are a top class escort looking for repeat bookings. Also look out for his head tilting slightly as he looks at you and his nostrils may flare slightly too, these are all good signs that he is interested in you.
- Laughing. A client who feels comfortable around you will laugh much more easily and he may also try harder to make you laugh back. Smile lots and laugh with him, the more he is enjoying himself the better.
- Don’t let yourself be intimidated. As an escort you are often required to attend business functions and events. Don’t let his friends and work colleagues intimidate you. Stand out and be confident in yourself! It is fine to not know the ins and outs of his business affairs but your client will be looking for a date who can hold her own in a conversation and have interesting things to say.
- Small talk. Try to find out what interests your client and talk about things that you both have an interest in if possible. If he is not looking at you while you are talking this is definitely a sign that you need to change the subject, however if he is looking at you, nodding and commenting as you talk then you can be sure that your date is going well.
by Cheri on October 08, 2013 | Comments Off
Bingo is a game that comes in various forms. Initially, it began as a lottery game that was played in Renaissance France and Italy, during the end of the 18th century. By the beginning of 20th century, the game became popular in various versions in the United Kingdom, and was also enjoyed by the World War I soldiers, eventually reaching the United States of America. By this time, there were many types of bingo games invented. There are quite a lot of bingo gaming sites online, for example butlersbingo.co.uk, and every one of them seem to have games different from the other.
Bingo makes playing on online casinos all the more exciting, as they come in such variety. As soon as you think you have found the right casino to play online, ensure that you take a thorough look at the games offered. Some of the most popular types of bingo are mentioned in details below.
Straight line pattern bingo games
Straight line pattern bingo is quite a popular choice among most people. One main reason why is that these games used to be popularly played in the brick and mortar casinos. People seem to love to try out the old game in the format of online gaming.
Since players are already familiar with these games, they end up playing these types of bingo, which lets them have a lot of fun. Straight pattern bingo games permit the players to end up winning by creating a certain number of straight lines on the cards provided on the screen. These lines go upwards and downwards, left to right, and also diagonal.
Shape pattern bingo games
Most players seem to enjoy the shape pattern bingo category as well. This category includes games, which requires the player to come up with a certain shape on their card online to win. The shapes are all announced at the beginning of the games, and there are a variety of shapes. They include airplanes, arrows, triangles, squares, crosses and many others. Shape pattern bingo is definitely enjoyed by the bingo players online, especially if they like change and are always looking to experience something new and different.
Letter pattern bingo games
These games aren’t just fun, but also quite engrossing and time consuming. In the letter pattern version of bingo games, the players will need to make particular letters on their cards online to win the game. The letters can include any of the 26 alphabets. Even though these games don’t seem extremely popular like the pattern bingo, they still are widely accessed on the online gaming sites.
Blackouts are popularly referred to by online bingo players as coveralls. In these types of games, the player will need to fill their bingo card completely online. As these games take a while longer to finish unlike the other bingo games, players prefer picking them, and they can complete the game by actually being engrossed into them. Blackouts are more than often used in the tournaments of online bingo, since they take a longer time to finish.
by Sarah on October 08, 2013 | Comments Off
Blog: noun \ˈblȯg, ˈbläg\
: A blog is an informational or discussion page posted on the internet
The emergence of blogs, or “weblogs” as they were formerly known, had begun in the late 1990′s, but have been on a rapidly increasing pace ever since. On December 17, 1997, Yorn Barger, coined the term “weblog”, which meant to log your time on the web. Since, Peter Merholz chopped it up into the term we use today, which is blog.
The modern blog derived from an online diary where people could keep a record of their activities and personal lives. It began with Usenet and Bulletin Board Systems and moved to websites like the Drudge Report, SlashDot and LiveJournal in the late nineties. By the year 2004, blogs were even more popular and more mainstream.
Now, regular users can use platforms such as WordPress, LiveJournal or Movable Type. Users can log in to any of these services and share their activities, opinions and news items in reverse chronological order. Readers can then read these blog posts on the web, using their smartphones or via RSS feed.
Blogs have become so common now that it would be hard to believe a company or large group of people who don’t utilize this service.
by Cheri on October 04, 2013 | Comments Off
The search had been long and hard. My feet were sore and blistered (ok that’s an exaggeration, it was actually my wrist and fingertips from much clicking and moving of the mouse) but there it was finally, I could see it!
What I hear you ask? Well for many moons I had been looking for a replacement arm chair. The introduction of a new puppy into the house (which I did whilst ignoring the advice of lots of right thinking friends and frenemies) had wreaked havoc on my soft furnishings.
My curtains had been ravished, the rug was chewed and threadbare and my arm chair (my wonderful, comfortable reclining arm chair) was but a shadow of its former self. The legs looked like they’d been chiselled by an industrious beaver and the seat was, well, let’s just say it wasn’t quite the same colour as it used to be and leave the rest to your imagination. Somehow even the reclining mechanism had got ruined and it was stuck in a ‘bolt upright’ position.
Thankfully the sofa had escaped with minimum damage and although it had a few ‘new features’ it was still more than serviceable when it wasn’t under occupancy by said dog.
When the dog finally got his full set of nashers and a raging penchant for raw hide ‘bones’ his attention wandered off my furniture and on to something a little more wholesome and so I decided that the time was ripe to give my derriere a little nurturing of its own. I was on a mission to replace my arm chair.
First things first I went back to the shop I bought it from to order an exact replacement. Alas the range had been discontinued! I searched the whole of the shop for something that ‘would do’ but after viewing an array of armchairs of all different shapes, sizes and colours I came to the conclusion that , in the wise words of catch-phrase, they were ‘good, but not right’.
Much chagrined I went home to hunt on-line. Ebay? No. Amazon? No. The manufacturer themselves? Nope, nope, nope. Nowhere could I find a replica of my beloved arm chair. Bemoaning my sad loss over a glass of wine with a friend, she suggested that I go for a complete contrast and instead of trying to get something that matched, get something that spectacularly mis-matched.
Hmmn, I contemplated, that idea has some merit. So then I was hit with a plethora of choice. A chaise longue … nope, too tempting for the dog. Something cream … with that dog? NO NO NO! Wicker? No not comfortable enough and too ‘gardeny’. Fabric? Not unless it had washable covers and even if it did, when would I find the time? And so after much contemplation and many, many mouseclicks eureka, I found it. There was a website chockfull of beautiful, perfect little tub chairs! The kind of chair that would wonderfully support your bottom and back whilst being mercifully too small to be considered as a bed by the dog (who had by now grown large as well as hairy). Best of all, they are available in a dizzying array of colours. I plumped for a fabric one as they are so affordable that if I get bored of the design or colour, or can’t quite bring myself to give it a good scrub when required I can buy a replacement! So soon parked at the side of my large, brown comfortable sofa will be a spotty, dotty cute and ditzy little tub chair JUST FOR ME. Sigh … bliss!
by Cheri on October 03, 2013 | Comments Off
Did reality star Kim Kardashian have $100,000 worth of plastic surgery? That is the question on our minds after OK! ran their latest cover. It has only been a couple of months since Kim gave birth to North and she is already looking like she has a flat stomach. Could she have gone under the knife instead of putting in all of the hard work?
The magazine’s cover does make Kim look pencil thin — when we know that she’s not. Her butt is still ginormous and she’s still not all of the way back to her pre-pregnancy weight. The magazine poses the question: Diet and exercise or $100k of plastic surgery? We’re going to guess that Kim was seen going to the gym just for the sake of the paparazzi and she actually went under the knife. To these famewhores, image is everything. So, it only makes sense that they wouldn’t leave that to chance.
Ever since Kim released her sex tape, she’s been at the heart of the Kardashian empire. She’s their primary brand, so of course they want to keep the Kimbot in perfect running order.
by Sarah on October 01, 2013 | Comments Off
Visual learning is more common AND more beneficial than just reading something on its own. Certainly, as humans we are visual people. Did you ever notice that you are more likely to retain information if there is an accompanying video? Perhaps that is why so many lyric videos are common in the musical world. You can listen to something over and over, but with the lyrics playing in your face as you listen, you retain more.
It only makes sense that people retain 50 percent of what they see and hear at the same time, as opposed to the twelve percent that only use text to retain information. The educational system knows this, that’s why we have teachers in classrooms to explain everything to our children. If it weren’t for visual aids, how hard would it be for the students of the future to retain the knowledge they’ve been given?
Fascinatingly enough, internet users are 60 percent more inclined to click on a link if there is a video involved. That is demonstrated by various news sources all across the internet who precede their article titles with “Video:” or use this text “(Video)” after their titles.
Take for instance: Would you be more inclined to click on a link that says “Lil Bub eats & yawns”? Or would you click on this: “VIDEO: Adorable cat Lil Bub eats and yawns – WATCH HERE!”
If you’re like most of us, you’ll click on the video link to see Lil Bub eating and yawning. Why? Because videos bring everything to life and with regard to learning, we will retain more information with videos to reference. It’s just that simple.
Now here’s a video of Lil Bub: