Saturday, February 19, 2011


Pillow Talk by Joanna Montgomery is a project aiming to connect long distance lovers. Each person has a pillow for their bed and a chest sensor which they wear to sleep at night. The chest sensor wirelessly communicates with the other person’s pillow; when one person goes to bed, their lover’s pillow begins to glow softly to indicate their presence. Placing your head on the pillow allows you to hear the real-time heartbeat of your loved one.

The result is an intimate interaction between two lovers, regardless of the distance between them.

Eating Chocolate

  • eating chocolate does not trigger migraine headaches,
  • eating chocolate reduces the risk of heart disease and cancer.
  • eating chocolate does not give someone acne or other skin eruptions,
  • eating chocolate boosts one’s appetite, but does not cause weight gain,
  • eating moderate amounts of chocolate makes one live almost a year longer,
  • eating chocolate releases endorphins in the brain, which act as pain-relievers,
  • the sugar in chocolate may reduce stress, and have calming and pain relieving effect,
  • eating chocolate makes you feel better after a Dementor attack.

Willow Smith on Lady Gaga’s Lap !!!!

Filipina becomes overnight star thanks to Lady Gaga

Talented young Filipino-Canadian Maria Lourdes Aragon became an overnight sensation after Lady Gaga told the world about her talents on Twitter.

Must Read

Boy: I miss you. 
Girl: And so? 
Boy: I really did. 
Girl: K. 
Boy: I'm sorry. 
Girl: What for? 
Boy: For ignoring your efforts to communicate with me. 
Girl: Its OK. I got used to it, then I got tired, so I stopped trying and started forgetting. 
Boy: I.. 
Boy: I...tried to forget about you, you see. 
Girl: .... 
Boy: Cause it tore me apart that we can never be... 
Girl: its OK. 
Boy: Why is it so OK? 
Girl: I got used to days hoping you'd be back, but then you never did. I started facing reality, and started to get a move on. 
Boy: I too late? 
Girl: Too late for what? 
Boy: To court you? 
Girl: You know, I've always wanted to hear that from you. Back then, a year ago. But...I got used to only wishing for it..then realized it would never happen, so I stopped hoping. 
Boy: I'm really sorry, but dont worry, this time, I will make your wishes come true. 
Girl: Its my turn to say sorry. Time got into me. You've broken my heart already. I cant risk experiencing that again. :/ Thank you anyway. For communicating with me after a year of silence.

I ♥ Jesus :D


Christ. He loves us more than we could ever imagine. We just have to accept Him in our lives; in our hearts and minds. And as we accept Him, we receive the eternal life and a promise that he will come back to save us from depths of hell. We are all enrolled to hell but only Jesus Christ can change it. If only everyone will accept Him as our Lord and savior, everyone will be saved. Do you want to be saved too? Call upon Him. Ask him for forgiveness. Take the chance of changing your life for the best. Live for good, live for Jesus Christ. Trust Him. Don’t ever doubt his righteousness. Give him glory, love, and lift His name up high.


A hug.

Everlasting Love. (The Complete Picture Set )

American and a Filipino conversation.

American: Is that an apple you are eating?
Filipino: Yes.
American: You know, in States, only poor people eat an apple.
Filipino: Oh, is that true?
Is that a banana you are eating?
American: Yes.
Filipino: You know, in Philippines, only monkeys eat banana.


The history of Oscar, the blind boy

The history of Oscar, the blind boy
“When impatient shoppers see little Oscar O’Sullivan-Hughes using his white cane, they assume it is just a toy and tut disapprovingly at him.But two-year-old Oscar was actually left blind at birth due to a rare genetic defect. Now his parents have spoken out to raise awareness of child blindness.

Oscar, who lives with parents Kate Hughes and Anthony O’Sullivan in Wythenshawe, Manchester, has Lebers Congenital Amaurosis. Ms Huges, 30, said: ‘Oscar’s used the cane since he’s been able to walk. Often when we are out in the shops he will stop to smell the bread, touch the fridges or smell the shampoos. ’People will lose patience with him and stride right over his cane. They have never knocked him over but they are so insensitive and will tut at him because he is holding them up. ’Often we think it’s because they are not aware or because they see that he is so young and think he can’t possibly be blind.’”