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Monday, November 28, 2011

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at the most unexpected time.

Guy friends are the bomb

Guys have no idea

it's kinda f*cked up isn't it?

I'm okay, everything's just fine.

I wasn't that drunk

i just do

Don't get me wrong

June 26, 2011

you're talking to a girl who....

When you get to know someone,

a little voice

bétisier Bloopers TV Movie ( Smallville, Chamed, Friends, Lost, Van He...

Smallville Season 2 Bloopers (HQ)

1, 2, 3 Photosynthesis! (The Photosynthesis Song)

Neal E Boyd - America's Got Talent - HQ Full/Uncut Version - The Opus Movie


Jeremy Lynch on Britain's Got Talent 2008

Greg Pritchard - Britain's Got Talent - Show 5

Lmao :D

Aidan Davis: Rock Your Body - Britain's Got Talent 2009


Mr Methane - Britain's Got Talent - Show 5

lmao This guys has some serious stomach problems!
YUK, but the act is hilarious

Aidan Davis: Low - Britain's Got Talent 2009 - The Final

I have to agree with simon about the final act not beating the semi-final act...
HOWEVER only having 24 HOURS I must say that this guy displays A LOT of talent!

Shaun Smith - Britain's Got Talent - Show 5

Hum Tumko Nigaahon Mein

why did you do it?

Our generation problem?

great age ey?

If there is no trust, no communication, no respect for one another then there can be no relationship.

Did you know that you can bite off your finger as easily as you can bite a carrot? But your brain is like "No, don't eat your finger." So that's why you can't.

I know how you look into a mirror

especially a true one

Friends are one of the toughest
 things to find, especially a true

Have you ever noticed,

~Have you ever noticed, the saddest person 
has the most beautiful smile?

I wish I could go back to the day I met you

I wish I could go back to the day I met you 
and just walk away. Because honestly
it would've saved me so much hurt and pain.

wipe off all your make-up

You wish you could wipe off all your 
make-up as easily as Mulan does.

Hur kan jag

Hur kan jag ens säga att allt som påminner mig om dig smärtar mig?
Hur kan jag visa människor runt omkring att jag mår dåligt?
Hur ska jag komma ur denna knipa som är skapad av ingen annan än mig själv?

The truth about love

If you find yourself in love with someone who doesn’t love you, be gentle with yourself. There’s nothing wrong with you. Love just didn’t choose to rest in the other person’s heart. If you find someone else in love with you and you don’t love him back, feel honored that love came and called at your door, but gently refuse the gift you cannot return.
If you fall in love with another, and he falls in love with you, then love chooses to leave, don’t try to reclaim it or to assess blame. Let it go. There’s a reason for everything, and maybe it was never meet to be.
Remember, you don’t choose love. LOVE CHOOSES YOU. All you can do is accept it for the mystery it is. Feel the way it over flows inside you, and hang on to it. then reach out and share it with the person who brought it alive in you. Love has its own time, its own seasons, and its own reason for coming and going. You cannot bribe it or coerce it, or reason it into staying. You can only embrace it when it arrives and share it when it comes to you. But if it chooses to leave from your heart or from the heart of your lover, there is nothing you can do and there is nothing you should do. Be glad that it came to live for a moment in your life, but rest assured, If you keep your heart open it will come again.
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source: http://factsaboutboys.net/the-truth-about-love/

"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be." ~ Lao Tzu

A pencil is like a skeleton

A pencil is like a skeleton key, when you have it in your hand you can open every single door.

Who ever said

Who ever said water falling from 
the sky was a bad thing?


"Friends call me Tony, 
which backwards is 'Why not?'"

like Alice,

"like Alice, I try to imagine three 
impossible things before breakfast..."

One beats the other

"Two hearts beating
One beats the other
While the other just looks away
Two hearts dreaming nightmares together
Leaving nothing more, nothing left to say"

Peeta Mellark

"Only I keep wishing I could think of a way to…to show the Capitol they don’t own me. That I’m more than just a piece in their Games”
Peeta Mellark

Post Test Tips

Post Test Tips

When you get your test back look it over and make sure that there are no grading mistakes.
Look over the test and make sure that you understand your mistakes. If you don't know the answer to a question, look it up, ask a classmate or ask the teacher.
If the teacher reviews the test in class, be sure to take notes on what the teacher wanted for an answer on the questions/problems that you got wrong.
If you aren't satisfied with your grade, go to your instructor and see if there's a make-up exam or any extra credit you can do.
Save the test as study material for future cumulative tests.

Test Taking Tips

Test Taking Tips

Bring at least two pens/pencils with good erasers, a calculator with enough batteries and any other resources that your instructor allows you to.Bring a watch to the test with you so that you can better pace yourself.
Keep a positive attitude throughout the whole test and try to stay relaxed. If you start to feel nervous take a few deep breaths to relax.
Keep your eyes on your own paper, you don't want to appear to be cheating and cause unnecessary trouble for yourself.
When you first receive your test, do a quick survey of the entire test so that you know how to efficiently budget your time.
Do the easiest problems first. Don't stay on a problem that you are stuck on especially when time is a factor.
Do the problems that have the greatest point values first.
Don't rush but pace yourself. Read the entire question and look for keywords.
Ask the instructor for clarification if you don't understand what they are asking for on the test.
Write legibly. If the grader can't read what you wrote, they'll most likely mark it wrong.
Always read the whole question carefully. Don't make assumptions about what the question might be.
If you don't know an answer, skip it. Go on with the rest of the test and come back to it later. Other parts of the test may have some information that will help you out with that question.
Don't worry if others finish before you. Focus on the test in front of you.
If you have time left when you are finished, look over your test. Make sure that you have answered all the questions, only change an answer if you misread or misinterpreted the question because the first answer that you put is usually the correct one. Watch out for careless mistakes and proofread your essay and/or short answer questions.
Double check to make sure that you put your first and last name on the test.

Quantitative-Math Test Taking Tips

Quantitative-Math Test Taking Tips

 Repetition is important in math you learn how to solve problems by doing them so keep on practice problems but don't do it blindly. Make sure you learn how to recognize when/why you should use a specific method to solve a problem.
Work on practice problems for each topic ranging in levels of difficulty.
When practicing, try to solve the problem on your own first then look at the answer or seek help if you are having trouble.
Mix up the order of the questions from various topics when you are reviewing so you'll learn when to use a specific method/formula.
Make up a sheet with all the formulas you need to know and memorize all the formulas on the sheet.
When you get your exam, write down all the key formulas on the margin of your paper so if you forget them when you're in the middle of the test you can look back at the formula.
Read the directions carefully and don't forget to answer all parts of the question.
Make estimates for your answers... i.e. if you are asked to answer 48 x 12 = ?, you could expect a number around 500, but if you end up with an answer around 5000, you'll know you did something wrong.
Show all your work (especially when partial credit is awarded) and write as legibly as possible.
Even if you know the final answer is wrong, don't erase your entire work because you may get partial credit for using the correct procedure.
Check over your test after you are done with it. If you have time redo the problem on a separate piece of paper and see if you come up with the same answer the second time around. Look for careless mistakes such as making sure the decimal is in the right place, that you read the directions correctly, that you copied the numbers correctly, that you put a negative sign if it is needed, that your arithmetic is correct and so on.

Oral Test Tips-Help

Oral Test Tips-Help

Confirm the time and place of the test with your teacher.
Find out what topics you'll be tested on and if you are allowed to bring any props, visual aids, and how you should dress.
Be sure to prepare for the oral exam as you would any other exam.
Anticipate questions that may be on the exam. Prepare answers for the questions and then ask/answer questions that you think might be asked with another person, preferably with someone in your class who knows the material.
Practice talking in front of a mirror so that you can evaluate your body language and/or record your answers on audio tape and play it back to see how you sound or on a video tape to see how you sound and your composure.
If you are using the computer or other equipment for your exam, test it out several times and make sure everything is the way you want it to be.
Show up at least five minutes early so that you can gather your thoughts and not feel rushed. Being late can have an adverse affect on your grade.
Turn off your cell phone before taking the exam.
Dress accordingly.
Maintain good eye contact and posture. Don't slouch if you're sitting or lean if you're standing.
Pay close attention to the questions asked. If you don't understand the question ask for clarification or ask your instructor to repeat the question.
Speak in complete sentences. Try not to give one or two word answers whenever possible.
Be sure to thank the instructor for his/her time when you are finished with the test.