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Frank Zappa Gyaan

Couldn’t resist myself from sharing this on the blog. Gyaan of the Day

Frank Zappa on Life

Citibank tells women how to fail at business

The HR department at Citibank (allegedly) put together a (not so) handy list of tips and tricks for women looking to succeed in business. Silly women always applying make-up during board meetings—when will we learn?

In other news, Citibank’s construction costs for reinforcing the glass ceiling have run way over budget.

Full story at Jezebel.

Via: Alltop

Gupchup do baatein..

By: Shivam Sharma Sugandh Sinha

[Inspired by true story]

Kaise bitaayein woh din, woh raatein..

KAISE.. bitaayein woh din, woh raate

Kaise bitaayein woh din, woh raatein..

KAISE.. bitaayein woh din, woh raatein.

Baith Mall ki seediyon mein, kar gupchup do baatein.

Kya pyaar tera, kya pyaar mera..

KYA pyaar tera, kya pyaar mera..

Kya rang tera, kya rang mera!

Chhod yeh Duniya ki baatein,

chal kisi Mall mein,karein pyaar ki kar gupchup do baatein.

Kabhi classes chhodi tune, kabhi classes chhodi maine.

KABHI classes chhodi tune, kabhi classes chhodi maine..

Par marks aagaye tere, aur zero lag gaye mere.

Chhod yeh padai ki baatein,

chal kisi Mall mein,karein pyaar ki kar gupchup do baatein.

[To be continued.]

P.s. Just little something a friend of mine and I did while sitting in a boring lecture..

20 things do to before you die

Life consists of a series of moments loosely strung together. Those life snippets range from the mundane to the monumental, and luckily you can control the volume, so to speak, of your life by cranking up the moments. Get started and get amplified with Almost Organized’s list of twenty experiences to have before you die.

A sampling:

  • Jump out of a airplane (with a parachute attached)
  • Learn a martial art
  • Swim with dolphins
  • Uncover your genealogy
  • Walk across fire

Full story at Almost Organized.

Via: AllTop

How to be Alone [Video]

Embrace being alone with a little help from filmmaker Andrea Dorfman and poet/singer/songwriter Tanya Davis.

“If you’re happy in your head, then solitude is blessed and alone is okay.”

So, is being alone overrated or underrated?

Via Reddit & AllTop

Fighting evil and protecting a top-secret identity can stress a person out, so it should come as no surprise that superheros harbor some pretty serious mental problems.

A trio of L.A.-based psychiatrists analyzed the mental issues of Spidey, the Caped Crusader, and other masked do-gooders to give fans an inside glimpse into their favorite heroes’ complicated thoughts and emotions.The mental health experts believe that examining heroes from a psychiatric viewpoint can add another, deeper dimension to the stories and help dispel stigmas about mental disorders and treatment.

Full story at AOL News.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration might not love the idea of aphrodisiacs, but that hasn’t stopped plenty of people from trying to use certain foods to spice up their love lives. Take this quiz to see if you know which foods are purported to intensify sexual desire and set the stage for a wild night or some afternoon delight.

What do you think?

  • Arugula, or Eruca sativa, is known in some parts as “rocket” for a reason. Fact or Fiction?
  • Carrots have a reputation for more than just the gift of good eyesight. Apparently ingesting them can also make a prospective mate pretty easy on the eyes. Fact or Fiction?
  • Olive Oyl was on to something . It turns out olives are another food believed to help set the stage for seduction. Fact or Fiction?

Show what you know at HowStuffWorks.com.

Beyond the first few months of giddy affection, few romantic relationships are easy. Some look that way, but usually that’s because two people are putting in a lot of work behind the scenes. Long-distance relationships are even harder.

Of course, with the right mindset, plenty of emotional preparation and lots of work throughout, long-distance relationships can and do work out. But many potential pitfalls await every hopeful attempt at cross-country love. What are reasons long-distance relationships just don’t work? Here’s a clue: Romances rarely come to a boil when conducted by fax.

  • Communication Breakdown: Modern electronic communication is great, but often don’t pay off with a truly fulfilling interaction. Normal, daily interactions require real effort to keep in touch and feel connected.
  • The Cost of Keeping in Touch: For people in romantic relationships who live in different regions of the country, a few yearly visits to maintain the relationship could cost big bucks.
  • Different Expectations: “Long-distance relationship” can mean different things to different people. It may mean “heart-wrenching tragedy” to one person, while for the other partner it means “year-long vacation.”

Full list at HowStuffWorks.com.

Via: AllTop

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