Tuesday, 14 October 2008

20 things a gurl shud remember about guyz!

1. Guys hate it when you talk about your ex-boyfriend or ex love-interest. Unless they’re going for the let-her-complain-to-you-and-then-have-her-realize-how-wonderful-and-nice-you-are method.

2. A guy who likes you wants to be the only guy you talk to.

3. Boyfriends need to be reassured often that they’re still loved.

4. Don’t talk about your guy friends to your boyfriend.

5. Guys get jealous easily.

6. Giving a guy a hanging message like “You know what?!..uh...never mind..” would make him jump to a conclusion that is far from what you are thinking. And he’ll assume he did something wrong and he’ll obsess about it trying to figure it out.

7. Guys hate asking parents for money to buy girls presents. So they come up with ideas like saving their lunch money for a week. But it never works because guys are always hungry so they end up asking the parents for money anyway.

8. Your best friend, whom your boyfriend seeks help from about his problems with you may end up being admired by your boyfriend.

9. Guys will brag about anything.

10. Guys seek for advice from girls not other guys. Because most guys think alike, so if one guy’s confused, then we’re all confused.

11. Any guy could write out a rulebook or advice book for flirting, but no guy can write out a book about relationships.

12. If a guy looks unusually calm and laid back, he’s probably faking it.

13. If your best guy friend seems to avoid you or is never around when you’re with your boyfriend, he’s probably jealous and likes you.

14. When a guy looks at you for longer than a second, he’s definitely thinking something.

15. Guys don’t like girls who punch harder than they do.

16. Guys talk about girls more than girls talk about guys.

17. No guy can handle all his problems on his own. He’s just too stubborn to admit it.

18. Not all guys are assholes. Just because ONE is a jackass doesn’t mean he represents ALL of them.

19. Believe it or not shy guys are the most easiest to talk to. It may not seem right but trust me

20. When a guy sacrifices his sleep and health just to be with you, he really likes you and wants to be with you as much as possible.

Monday, 13 October 2008

Fun Facts......

The strongest muscle in the body is the tongue.

A goldfish has a memory span of three seconds!

there are 206 bones in the adault human body and 300 in children

Your dream can only last 6 seconds!!

Starfish don't have brains.

Polar bears are left handed.

Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a "Friday the 13th."

men get hiccups more than women

Most lipstick contains fish scales.

Donald Duck comics were banned from Finland because he doesn't wear trousers.

The world's youngest parents were 8 and 9 and lived in China in 1910.

A rat can last longer without water than a camel.

Coca Cola was originally green!!

The average person falls asleep in seven minutes!

Your stomach has to produce a new layer of mucus every two weeks otherwise it will digest itself.

Butterflies taste with their feet.

A person cannot taste food unless it is mixed with saliva.
For example, if strong-tasting substance like salt is placed on a dry tongue,
the taste buds will not be able to taste it. As soon as a drop of saliva is added
and the salt is dissolved, however, a definite taste sensation results.
This is true for all foods. Try it!

Wednesday, 8 October 2008

...HoW dId He??

BAM! Something cold hit me at the back of my neck. I let out a loud scream.

A snowball; someone had thrown a snowball at me. I reached behind my
head and tried to scoop as much of the snow as I could out from the back of
my jacket. I cringed as some of it touched my skin. I frowned slightly and
whipped my head around.

I saw a boy that couldn’t be much older than I, laughing and pointing at me.

I glowered at him, but his laughter continued.

I took a deep breath, forcing myself to calm down. It was the day of my
eighth birthday and my parents let me go out and play in the front yard all
by myself.

I was NOT going to let some stupid boy ruin it. So I turned back around and
continued to work on my snowman. BAM!

I turned around again; this time, he was rolling in the snow, laughing so
hard that his pale face was turning slightly red.

“Well, since he seems to enjoy the snow so much, I should just help him out.”

I picked up a large snowball intended for my snowman’s head and walked in
his direction until I stood over him.

I waited until he stopped laughing hard enough to open his eyes and see
what I intended to do. They were bluish-grey, his eyes I remember this
because of how wide they got when they saw me with the snowball.

His wide eyes quickly turned to slits. “You can’t do that!” he said to me.

“Why not?” I said back.

“Because you’re a girl and girls can’t—”

He couldn’t finish his sentence, on account of the fact that it’s pretty hard to
talk with a mouthful of snow.

It was my turn to laugh and point.

And that’s what I did, at least until he got up wiped the snow of off his face.

He didn’t look so happy.

I took a step back knowing that if I stayed, it wouldn’t end well for me. But
then he took one forward, and another, another. We both froze for a
second, seeing this as my only chance of escape, I broke into a sprint but
didn’t I get very far.

I let out a high pitched shriek as he tackled me to the ground.

“Stupid boots...” I muttered.

He tried to get me flat on the ground, but I wasn’t about to let him beat me,
so I fought back. We wrestled for about a minute before I finally pinned
down. I looked down at him.

The messy mop of curly black hair he had on his head was even messier. A stray curl fell across his eye and a smug smile appeared on his face.

“I let you win you know.”

I shrugged. It was probably true. But I didn’t care. I had still won.

“Now get off me.” He said.

“No.” I simply replied.

“But you have to.”

“And why is that?”

“Because I’m ten and you’re eight. I’m older by two whole years so you
have to do what I say.”

“No.” I said again.

He frowned for a second. But then smiled again. “How about this, if I get
you off of me in the next… fifteen seconds, I win, if I don’t you win. Okay?”

I thought about it. He could get me off of him no doubt, but in the next fifteen seconds? I’m a girl but I’m not weak.

“Fine.” I replied. “Fifteen seconds, that’s it.”

His smile grew even bigger. I frowned a little, slightly suspicious, but I
started counting anyway.

He didn’t make a move.

“Two. Three...”

Still, nothing

“Four, five, six…”

He opened his mouth to say something, but then he closed it again.

“Seven, eight, nine…”

His face began to turn red.

“Ten, eleven, twelve…”

Why was he blushing?


Then suddenly, lightning quick, he shot his had up, grabbed the back of my
neck, pulled my face down, and kissed me.

I lost count.

I could feel my face heating up as I stared at him, shocked. I expected him
to push me, pinch me, maybe even punch me. But kiss? Now that was unexpected.

“Rayne…?” he started.

I just stared.

This seemed to amuse him because that smug smile of his reappeared. But
then his face got very serious.

“Rayne,” he continued “When we’re older, were gonna get married you and
me. Okay? We have to.”

I couldn’t do anything, I just nodded.

He smiled in what seemed to be satisfaction and lifted me up enough so
that he could get out from under me.

He got up, waved down at me, and walked away.

I’m not exactly sure how long I was there for, sitting out in the snow. It had
to have been at least twenty minutes before my dad called me to come
inside.It wasn’t until I had actually gotten inside that I suddenly froze. My breathing increased slightly and my eyes widened in realization of something. I am sure I had never seen that boy before, but yet…

How did he know my name?