What a bunch of fun peeps!
I'm behind, mainly a show watcher, (ew, I know), but from my understanding... (This is assuming Sindy gets evicted this week which is looks like she will) Britnee/Sarah align with Bobby/Bruno/Godfrey as well as Willow to take on the alliance of Zach/Ashleigh/Pilar/Kevin. Could this potentially be Britnee/Sarah/Bobby/Bruno/Godfrey/Willow against Zach/Ashleigh/Pilar/Kevin? My worry is that the group of six is really fractured, with a duo, a trio, and then Willow as a wildcard (EDIT: I forgot Godfrey :x)
In the same realm as the bidet but used on a different orifice. I recently became a big fan of the simple but effective tongue scraper. The Doctor Tung. http://.amazon.com/Dr-Tungs-Tongue-Cleaner-Stainless/dp/B00064JGBO/  You'll be amazed the first time you use it. If the #1 Amazon review doesn't sway you nothing will -- From Stew Clyde: "I have been an avid Amazon shopper for years. Never once have I (selfishly) written a review for a product. After purchasing this simple tongue scraper, tonight I am ending that streak. Before today, my tongue had (unknowingly) never seen the light of day. That's right. For YEARS, my tongue had been a whiteish-covered organ. It was more white-covered than pink. It looked like it had been born permanently stained with streaks of vanilla ice cream (as long as I can remember). I thought I was just born "different". But deep down, I secretly envied the wet, pink, glistening tongues of others. Over the years and with countless attempts of desperation, I scrubbed and scrubbed my tongue with the fronts and backs of toothbrushes, all to no avail. I resigned myself that I would always be a freak, I would always be the outcast with a white-splotched tongue. Until tonight. I skeptically opened the tongue cleaner and went into the bathroom. Sure, I had read all of the other ecstatic reviews, but I was different. Momma didn't raise a boy with no pink tongue, no sir, and there was no way it would change now. I almost chuckled at the absurdity of even trying this, as I raised the scraper into my mouth. "I've been through this so many times, so many years...", I thought. I opened my mouth and rested the scraper at the back of my tongue, giving myself one last look, almost as if to say "It's ok Stewart, one day others will judge you not by the color of your tongue but by the flavor of your breath." But then I remembered that my breath was probably caused by my tongue, and cried. I shook my head as I looked at myself, giving me lonesome one last sorrowful look, trying to let myself down easy... and started scraping.Read more › Links: ------  http://www.yuku.com/Dr-Tungs-Tongue-Cleaner-Stainless/dp/B00064JGBO/
Let the creepin' begin.
Lately, I've been stopping on my way to work to have breakfast. Not just hit a drive thru, get it to go or some such...I'm talking about dining in. Sitting, eating, taking my time. Not every day, mind you, but a couple times a week. Did it this morning and it occurred to me how underrated a little time to yourself can be...and how easy it is to forget how valuable such a thing can be to your general outlook. I'm fortunate that most mornings I don't have any obligations (i.e., take the kids to school), but still, life moves pretty fast in my family with dual careers, active kids, etc., and my job situation has me pretty stressed. Doesn't take very long...maybe 30 minutes, but typically less. Seems so obvious, but taking the time for one's own self can be very relaxing. For me, stopping for breakfast, moving at my own pace, really helps me start the day in a more positive mindset. So, I wonder...what else in life is often underrated or undervalued...I'll hang up and listen.
TROJANSOLDIER WROTE: ------------------------- PDC wrote:Aren't there like 113 contestants give or take a couple for cycles 1-8? Yeah. it's 113 for cycles 1-8. I think maybe Razorwire forgot to count a cycle? Or maybe we're not counting the girls who got mass culled at the start of cycles 6 "> Yep - my bad, I even counted based off the following: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Australia\'s_Next_Top_Model_contestants  but must have had a coniption and missed a cycle. I wasn't going to count the girls ranked 17-20 in cycle 7 (who get eliminated during the 'Paris Week') but we can, so basically the 'official number will be those in the list above and these 4 (with the optional addition of cycle 9) So 113 (at least) and 126 (including the new contestants) As I envision the rank-down will go for a little while - let's just include C9 and go up to 126 if people are happy with that? Links: ------  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Australia\'s_Next_Top_Model_contestants
[sarcasm]IT'S THE GREATEST TITLE FOR A SEASON EVER!!!!!![/sarcasm]
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