Sunday, September 30, 2007

Angelina Needs To Eat

You can be too skinny...

Three Year Old Equestrian

Arron sat on his first pony at 18 months, won his first riding-show prize aged two and now, at the ripe old age of three, is beating rivals four times his age.

His father Alex, 38, from Frome, Somerset, said: "We are all stunned at how good he is, and obviously very proud.

"I suppose riding runs in the family as I'm a former jockey, my father served in the Royal Horse Guards at Buckingham Palace and my grandfather andgreat-grandfather were both riders.

"We didn't want to force him to ride if he didn't want to but ever since he was tiny he has loved horses.

Saturday, September 29, 2007

How to...

How To Do Anything!

Wear a Tube Sarong (Men)
Serve a Bagel Breakfast
Maintain a Vacuum Cleaner
Perform an Intervention
Make an Origami Flying Bird
Use a Polybius Square
Make a Sock Monkey
Avoid Foods Dangerous for Your Dog
Double Your Salary and Half Your Weight Using an Algebraic Loophole
Draw Graffiti Names
Make Chocolate Bread Pudding
Avoid Injury when Falling off a Horse
Make a Teddy Bear
Pack for a Desert Hike
Be a Drum Major
Clean a Suitcase
Bake an Apple Pie from Scratch

Friday, September 28, 2007

Kelly Ripa

I can't believe this is Kelly Ripa. Make-up REALLY makes a difference.

Tuesday, September 25, 2007

Monday, September 24, 2007

What a Trooper!

This woman is a much, much harder worker than I am. Don't watch this if you are queasy. I repeat. Don't watch this if you are queasy!

So strange... I almost understand this language. Swedish? Anyhoo... apparently she's explaining how she has her period and anything could happen. Uhhh.... I think the only explanation is an absense of her period.

Friday, September 21, 2007

Devestating loss for female football fans.

For years now, women who have been dragged to Chelsea football (soccer) matches have not complained. The reason? Manager, José Mourinho.

There are men who have it; and there are men who don't. There are men who can stride into a room and feel every pair of eyes turn towards them; and there are men who can walk into a room and out again without anyone realising they've been or gone. Then, there is Jose Mourinho – a man whose charisma comes banging on the door half an hour before he arrives.

The man has so much magnetism that it leaps out of the television and off the newspaper pages. Oh Jose, how we'll miss you... He was beamed down into a world dominated by sheepskin coats, guttural accents, pot bellies and shiny red faces, and now he has left – disappearing under the cover of darkness. What a duller place football already seems without him...

He is charming and bright (he speaks five languages, and is a master tactician and lethal exponent of sports psychology). He is also, let's not forget, extremely rich...

His mother enrolled him on a business course, on which he lasted only a single day, before switching to physical education. He became a PE teacher, and the PE attendance figures rocketed. "Until he arrived no girls ever wanted to do PE, but suddenly nobody was asking for a doctor's sick note," a (female) former pupil later breathlessly recalled...

A key part of Mourinho's allure for women is his concern for his wife and family. In a sport in which infidelity follows hot on the heels of a honeymoon, he has kept himself out of trouble and off the gossip pages.

He cannot have been short of offers over the years, and yet, as far as we know, he has shown strength and resisted temptation. In this, and in so many other respects, he has come to represent much of what we wish our national game was, but which it shows with staggering regularity that it is not. His beauty, charm, glamour, decency and inner strength are the very antithesis of the drunken, ill-educated yobbishness we associate with the game...

Yet José was at his best when he was calm and dismissive. The first time Chelsea played Barcelona at the Nou Camp, a Spanish reporter delighted in reminding Mourinho of his humble past as a translator at the club. " Yes, and now I'm one of the best managers in the world," Mourinho replied. "But you're still doing the same job you have always done."

Okay, these videos won't interest many. I'm just keeping them for my own records!

Sunday, September 02, 2007

One More Redneck Post