She put all her dreams and hopes - her heart soul and mind A little red backpack - she puts everything she's got Into your hands she places that red backpack one day Trusting you to take care, guard and love all the way You took the little red backpack and its belongings Like toys... Continue Reading →
The country I come from has an ancient rich heritage of Agriculture. The ancient kings of Sri Lanka leaves enough evidence for us to know how much effort was put into agriculture with its irrigation methods. But with centuries gone by, little do we see that has been done to take agriculture to the next... Continue Reading →
There is only one secret place that I wish be The place where I find you! Teach me your ways the deepest awesome magnificent Only in your secret place will I find I want to know you more and more and more till no more Will I lack that understanding of who you really are... Continue Reading →
Since of late she gets a pounding from him with this word "stable" She wipes her tears asking why he thinks she is "unstable" He says "You are not stable. I need you to be stable.Unwavering" "How can you say that I am wavering? especially when I am the stable one right now" she thinks... Continue Reading →
When the rest of the world celebrates Valentines Day, here I am thinking of the only one person who has introuduced to me an eternal love. I knew not what love is except the way the world sees it An emotion, a feeling something that gives butterflies in one's tummy I know that it is... Continue Reading →
So here's some music that I enjoy listening to any time of the day. Hope you will check them out and enjoy! Jump - Pointer SistersSahara Nights - FR DavidTwist my Sobriety - Tanita TikaramHold On - Wilson PhilipsDon't Dream its Over - Crowded HouseI keep Forgetting - Michael McDonaldJust Like Heaven - Katie MeluaHold... Continue Reading →
This is quite useful in a funny manner!
Dutch writer, poet, traveler, and teacher Gerard Nolst Trenité (1870 – 1946) wrote a remarkable poem aptly titled “The Chaos”. The poem demonstrates several of the most famous (and infamous) irregularities in English spelling and pronunciation. Trenité managed to collect about 800 of those irregularities and versified them into this chaotic, albeit amusing poem.
“The Chaos” was originally published in the appendix (Aanhangsel) section of Drop Your Foreign Accent: Engelsche Uitspraakoefeningen (4th Edition), a textbook written by Trenité in 1920. This version was shorter and only contained 146 lines. Since then, many variations have appeared. A longer and authoritative version was published in the 1993-94 edition of Journal of the Simplified Spelling Society. This version contains 274 lines:
Dearest creature in Creation,
Studying English pronunciation,
I will teach you in my verse
Sounds like corpse, corps, horse, and worse.
I will keep you, Susy, busy,
Make your head…
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Something quite funny. 😀
I saw this on a newsgroup many years ago:
At a high-class restaurant…
Question: What would you like to have: Fruit juice, Soda, Tea, Chocolate, Milo, or Coffee?
Answer: Tea, please.
Question: Ceylon tea, Herbal tea, Bush tea, Honey bush tea, Ice tea or green tea?
Answer: Ceylon tea.
Question: How would you like it? Black or white?
Question: Milk, Whitener, or Condensed milk?
Answer: With milk.
Question: Goat milk, camel milk or cow milk?
Answer: With cow milk, please.
Question: Milk from Freeze land cow or Afrikaner cow?
Answer: Um, I’ll take it black.
Question: Would you like it with sweetener, sugar or honey?
Answer: With sugar.
Question: Beet sugar or cane sugar?
Answer: Cane sugar.
Question: White, brown or yellow sugar?
Answer: Forget about tea just give me a glass of water instead.
Question: Mineral water or still water?
Answer: Mineral water.
Question: Flavored or non-flavored?
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This is based on true events. Jane, a late 30's single was raking her head with late nights etc trying to finish her thesis for her Masters degree. She was invited by an elderly lady to accompany her to a particular memorial service. Just to let you know, the elderly lady had briefly informed Jane... Continue Reading →