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Jokes / crazy internet things...
« on: September 08, 2009, 08:04:44 PM »

BIRTHDAYS!!! / Happy Birthday Fred!!
« on: July 31, 2009, 01:52:02 PM »
jus wonderin if anyone has any random/weird/mean/disgusting etc nicknames for Fred...SHARE...n mayb share a story 2 it.

« on: July 31, 2009, 12:20:49 PM »
u jus think of two things u wuld never do or two things u wuld never do without and stick a would u rather. bring on d sickiest, coolest, baddest, goodest etc...

please answer the last post before u ask your question and
PS: derz sum real gud ones online ;)

ill start...

Would you rather forget who you were or who everyone else was?

Reality LIVE! / Random musings of a sweetsoul
« on: July 13, 2009, 04:29:36 PM »
hey guys!

i decided 2 start a miniblog thing on rm b4 i start my full nonsense..
may be over d top, may be boring as washed-out rock.
knowin myself, most of d stuff will be random. this is not a get to know me forum...jus random posts and thoughts.

feel free 2 chk in every now and again
leav ur wateva shade dey come, i tink i can handle it.
expect honest, blunt, sarcasm and implied cynicsm

expect fancy/eloquent writting
expect me to bare it all...this is not a get to know me forum.
fall in love. i'm taken n my mahn is very hefty n jealous.
give it if u cant take it!

PS: my opinions may offend u. i will not apologise for havin an opinion. but i apologise in advance if dey offend u.

Games / lets create a randomly fascinating story!!!
« on: May 28, 2009, 11:56:52 PM »
d rule...
add a few words or phrases to make the story as random & fascinating as possible

d twist...
once the last post is a week old, you can challenge d story line by starting your own randomly fascinating story line. the next person (not u) will decide weather 2 continue with the new story line or old story line.

hehehe. not 4 d feeble minded i guess.
not dat hard thou. played dis game wit 8-12yr olds n it was d best craig eva!

Music / Lets compile gospel party jamzz
« on: May 24, 2009, 10:59:42 PM »
im currently plannin a surprise 50th birthday party 4 a pastor n d djs r tellin me its 'impossible' 2 hav enuf hawt tunes without mixing in wit yahooze owambe type stuff. dis is obviously a no no.

anyone wu has names/links/ideas on great christian party tunes...pls post.
any language, any genre, any long as its gospel, got a hawt beat & is will make ppl go positively bonkers on d dancefloor!!!

Sports / SAD Arsenal fan hangs himself!!!
« on: May 06, 2009, 06:11:08 PM »
wonders never end. Lord hav mercy!

Fan hangs himself in Kenya after Arsenal lose to Manchester United
From correspondents in Nairobi, Kenya
May 06, 2009

An Arsenal fan in football-mad Kenya hanged himself following his team's 4-1 aggregate drubbing by arch-rivals Manchester United in the Champions League semi-final, police said.

Suleiman Alphonso Omondi, a 29-year-old Kenyan living in the capital Nairobi's Embakasi neighbourhood, hanged himself in his Arsenal shirt after the match, police said.

"We were watching the match at Bamba 70 pub, and when Arsenal was defeated, Suleiman just walked out in protest and he was crying," Calvin Otieno, one of his friends, said.

"We didn't know he was going to hang himself until this morning when we received the reports and came here to find his body at the balcony," Otieno said outside the deceased's home.

Arsenal slumped to a 3-1 defeat at home in the second leg of the Champions League semi-final, capping a disappointing season for the Gunners who were already out of the Barclays Premier League title race early in the season.

Football-related domestic tragedies are frequent in the region, where English clubs enjoy passionate following and European games draw more attention than national and continental games.


Jokes / correct waffi guy!
« on: May 03, 2009, 07:09:28 PM »
omo! i nor sabi peme...oyinbo boi don mak me fall in lufflaff...haha.

Religion / A Letter from Hell
« on: April 16, 2009, 08:55:07 PM »

Ezekiel 3:18-19 (New International Version)

18 When I say to a wicked man, 'You will surely die,' and you do not warn him or speak out to dissuade him from his evil ways in order to save his life, that wicked man will die for [a] his sin, and I will hold you accountable for his blood. 19 But if you do warn the wicked man and he does not turn from his wickedness or from his evil ways, he will die for his sin; but you will have saved yourself.

General Discussion / 10 Ways to Enhance Brain Fitness Online
« on: April 16, 2009, 07:41:53 PM »

Jokes / Prank jokes. gotta luv dem.
« on: March 27, 2009, 05:20:59 PM »
dis is my kinda humour. no apologies.
adults doin silly things. jus 4 lafs. sure, wy not?

Religion / GOD'S GOT YU
« on: March 16, 2009, 04:45:50 PM »
This is God. Today, as with every day, I will be handling all your problems.
Please remember that I do not need your help. If the Devil happens to
deliver a situation to you that you cannot handle, do not attempt to resolve
it.  Kindly put it all in the SFJTD box (Something for Jesus to do). It will
be addressed in MY time. . .not yours. . .please be patient.
Once the matter is placed in the box, do not hold onto it. Do not become
impatient and take it back out to see if you can find a solution. Holding on
or removal will delay the resolution of your problem.
You must surrender the problem to me for proper resolution. If a situation
that you think you can handle arises, please consult me in prayer.
Together we will come up with the proper resolution. If you do not receive
what you anticipate as proper response from Me. Remember. . .some of God's
greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.
Because I do not sleep, there is no need for you to lose any sleep. Rest My
Child. . .if you need me, I am but a prayer away. 

wat more do u want to know.

Religion / The blood
« on: March 16, 2009, 10:41:32 AM »
The day is over, you are driving home. You tune in your radio. You hear a
little blurb about a little village in India where some villagers have died
suddenly, strangely, of a flu that has never been seen before. It's not
influenza, but three or four fellows are dead, and it's kind of interesting,
and they're sending some doctors over there to investigate it. You don't
think much about it, but on Sunday, coming home from church, you hear
another radio spot. Only they say it's not three villagers, it's 30,000
villagers in the back hills of this particular area of India, and it's on TV
that night. CNN runs a little blurb-people are heading there from the
disease center in Atlanta because this disease strain has never been seen
By Monday morning when you get up, it's the lead story. For it's not just
India, it's Pakistan, Afghanistan, Iran, and before you know it, you're
hearing this story everywhere and they have coined it now as "the mystery
flu".  The President has made some comment that he and everyone are praying
and hoping that all will go well over there. But everyone is wondering how
are we going to contain it? That's when the President of France makes an
announcement that shocks Europe. He is closing their borders. No flights
from India, Pakistan, or any of the countries where this thing has been
seen. And that's why that night you are watching a little bit of CNN before
going to bed. Your jaw hits your chest when a weeping woman is translated
from a French news program into English:
There's a man lying in a hospital in Paris dying of the mystery flu. It has
come to Europe. Panic strikes. As best they can tell, once you get it, you
have it for a week and you don't know it. Then you have four days of
unbelievable symptoms.  And then you die.  Britain closes its borders, but
it's too late. South Hampton, Liverpool, North Hampton, and its Tuesday
morning when the President of the United States makes the following
announcement: "Due to a national security risk, all flights to and from
Europe and Asia have been canceled. If your loved ones are overseas, I'm
sorry. They cannot come back until we find a cure for this thing." Within
four days our nation has been plunged into an unbelievable fear. People are
selling little masks for your face. People are talking about "What if it
comes to this country," and preachers on Tuesday are saying, "It's the
scourge of God."
It's Wednesday night and you are at a church prayer meeting when somebody
runs in from the parking lot and says, "Turn on a radio, turn on a radio"
And while the church listens to a little transistor radio with a microphone
stuck up to it, the announcement is made. Two women are lying in a Long
Island hospital dying from the mystery flu. Within hours it seems, this
thing just sweeps across the country.  People are working around the clock
trying to find an antidote.  Nothing is working. California. Oregon.
Arizona. Florida. Massachusetts.  It's as though it's just sweeping in from
the borders.  And then, all of a sudden the news comes out. The code has
been broken. A cure can be found. A vaccine can be made. It's going to take
the blood of somebody who hasn't been infected, and so, sure enough, all
through the Midwest, through all those channels of emergency broadcasting,
everyone is asked to do one simple thing: Go to your downtown hospital and
have your blood type taken. That's all we ask of you. And when you hear the
sirens go off in your neighborhood, please make your way quickly, quietly,
and safely to the hospitals. Sure enough, when you and your family get down
there late on that Friday night, there is a long line, and they've got
nurses and doctors coming out and pricking fingers and taking blood and
putting labels on it.

Your wife and your kids are out there, and they take your blood type and
they say, "Wait here in the parking lot and if we call your name, you can be
dismissed and go home.  You stand around, scared, with your neighbors,
wondering what in the world is going on and that this is the end of the
world.  Suddenly a young man comes running out of the hospital screaming.
He's yelling a name and waving a clipboard. What? He yells it again And your
son tugs on your jacket and says, "Daddy, that's me" Before you know it,
they have grabbed your boy. Wait a minute. Hold on" And they say "It's okay,
his blood is clean. His blood is pure. We want to make sure he doesn't have
the disease. We think he has got the right type." Five tense minutes later,
out come the doctors and nurses, crying and hugging one another-some are
even laughing.
It's the first time you have seen anybody laugh in a week, and an old doctor
walks up to you and says, "Thank you, sir. Your son's blood type is perfect.
It's clean, it is pure, and we can make the vaccine."  As the word begins to
spread all across that parking lot full of folks, people are screaming and
praying and laughing and crying.
But then the gray-haired doctor pulls you and you wife aside and says, "May
we see you for a moment? We didn't realize that the donor would be a minor
and we need...we need you to sign a consent form." You begin to sign and
then you see that the number of pints of blood to be taken is empty.
"H-h-h-how many pints?"  And that is when the old doctor's smile fades and
he says, "We had no idea it would be a little child. We weren't prepared. We
need it all But-but...You don't understand. We are talking about the world
here.   Please sign. We-we need it all-we need it all"  "But can't you give
him a transfusion?"  "If we had clean blood we would. Can you sign? Would
you sign?"  In numb silence, you do. Then they say, "Would you like to have
a moment with him before we begin?"  Can you walk back? Can you walk back to
that room where he sits on a table saying, "Daddy? Mommy? What's going on?"
Can you take his hands and say, "Son, your mommy and I love you, and we
would never ever let anything happen to you that didn't just have to be. Do
you understand that?" And when that old doctor comes back in and says, "I'm
sorry, we've-we've got to get started. People all over the world are dying."
Can you leave? Can you walk out while he is saying, "Dad? Mom? Dad? Why-why
have you forsaken me?"
And then next week, when they have the ceremony to honor your son, and some
folks sleep through it, and some folks don't even come because they go to
the lake, and some folks come with a pretentious smile and just pretend to
care.  Would you want to jump up and say,
"MY SON DIED- DON'T YOU CARE?"  Is that what GOD wants to say? 

hope this makes u think about that GREAT sacrifice.
hear God saying...
"It wasn't easy, but it was worth it"

Jokes / PRESIDENTIAL JOBLESSNESS! poor, poor, Kenyans!!
« on: March 15, 2009, 10:10:45 PM »
No wonder Kenyans are hanging on 2 every string of ties with Obama...look wat they have 2 put up with.

pls watch it till d gets beta and beta!

« on: February 16, 2009, 03:57:28 AM »

« on: January 20, 2009, 06:16:33 PM »
hey...i luv illusions & ve collected a couple...
sumtimes u cc it...sumtimes u dont
if u got any, pls post dem.


Movies / TV / Soap Opera / KEWL KIDS ONLY. lets talk about CARTOONS!!!
« on: November 29, 2008, 01:48:00 AM »
yep yep.
if u dnt like cartoons, uve got issues.
if ure a toonfreak like me (or once were),come along.
 :) :D ;D :o 8) ??? ::) :P :-*

Jokes / My fav jokes collection!!!
« on: November 07, 2008, 03:40:32 AM »
Quick Chinese!!!

U need 2 read it out loud 2 get it...
if u dnt get it, yo bad!  :P
That's not right ............................. ... Sum Ting Wong
Are you harbouring a fugitive?............Hu Yu Hai Ding
See me ASAP......................... .......... Kum Hia Nao
Stupid Man ............................. ........... Dum Fuk
Small Horse ............................. ......... Tai Ni Po Ni
Did you go to the beach? ..................Wai Yu So Tan
I bumped into a coffee table .............Ai Bang Mai Fa Kin Ni
I think you need a face lift ................Chin Tu Fat
It's very dark in here .........................Wao So Dim
I thought you were on a diet ...........Wai Yu Mun Ching?
This is a tow away zone ..... ............No Pah King
Our meeting is scheduled for next week .... Wai Yu Kum Nao?
Staying out of sight ..........................Lei Ying Lo
He's cleaning his automobile ..........Wa Shing Ka
Your body odor is offensive .............Yu Stin Ki Pu
Great ............................. ...........Fa Kin Su Pa

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