Thursday, October 12, 2006

IT$ the WeekenD?!

AAAH its the weekend!? its the 20th OF RAMADAN!!!!!! omg?! its like yesterday i was thinking RAMADAN IS HERE?!
u know when soo many events happen... and they happen SO FAST!!... u sit there in shock with too much info that just CANT SINK IN?! its like.... when someone calls me and says btw i got married i have 2 kids now... and i just cant imagine that girl who is my age... who was in my class... with 2 kids? weird.. lol

*imagines if she had 2 kids

Scene : DINO IN KITCHEN.. kids jumping on couch... breaking things... yelling at each other in the living room... then saying " MAAAAAMAAAAAA ta3aali shooooofi yusuf sho kasar!!"one kid holding on to chandelier other standing on TV!! (one kid will be yusuf i love the name) hehe

*Dinos Screaming in the kitchen " WALAAAAAAAAA INzil WALAAAAAAA" " MA TUDRUB AKHOOK LA AKKASSIR RASAK inta wiyah!!"
now the mama dinos has the ability to use shoes as frisbies!! hehe

ok i got carried away .. anyway... life is always changing... i hate dealing with change... hope its always to the better!

like the cow i drew? it was inspired by "dookie" who u will meet soon on this blog :D


Anonymous said...

OK now I know what to read when i want to laugh :) looool
In my opinion " changes makes u happy " whatever the change was , bs hopefully it is always to the better :)


Islamic ChoCoHoLic said...

hahha ur welcome here anytime.. id give u gahweh but its still not iftar time! :P

Anonymous said...

Chocolate lovers’ haven
Under: Uncategorized, What I Love @ 11:28 pm on Wednesday, 10.11.06

Chocolate skyscraper Pastry chef Alain Roby, center, beside his skyscraper creation, describes his 20-foot, 8-inch chocolate skyscraper that set a new Guinness World Record, in New York’s FAO Schwarz toy store, as part of Food TV’s “Guinness World Record Breakers Week” on Oct. 10. Roby also holds a Guinness record for the tallest sugar sculpture. (AP/Richard Drew)

Made out of pure dark chocolate, Hyatt chef Alain Roby’s 20ft 8ins (6.4m) creation took over 30 hours to build. Weighing in at a whopping 2,285lbs (1036.46kgs) of chocolate, the “skyscraper” would not look out of place in New York’s famous skyline.

Mr Roby, who works at a Hyatt hotel in Chicago, said it is not a real replica of any particular building. He said: “There is a little bit of the Rockefeller Center, a little bit of the Empire (State Building) and a little bit of the Chrysler Building so everything is a little bit mixed together and my goal was really to reach the height.” [source]

Awesome! It has a bit of the Sears Tower in it too … it took 30 hours to build, I wonder how many hours it will take to eat!

Comments (2)
The price of ‘freedom’?!
Under: Uncategorized, Around The World, How Outrageous @ 8:41 am on Wednesday, 10.11.06
A controversial new study contends nearly 655,000 Iraqis have died because of the war, suggesting a far higher death toll than other estimates. The timing of the survey’s release, just a few weeks before the U.S. congressional elections, led one expert to call it “politics.”

In the new study, researchers attempt to calculate how many more Iraqis have died since March 2003 than one would expect without the war. Their conclusion, based on interviews of households and not a body count, is that about 600,000 died from violence, mostly gunfire. They also found a small increase in deaths from other causes like heart disease and cancer.

An accurate count of Iraqi deaths has been difficult to obtain, but one respected group puts its rough estimate at closer to 50,000. And at least one expert was skeptical of the new findings.

“They’re almost certainly way too high,” said Anthony Cordesman of the Center for Strategic & International Studies in Washington. He criticized the way the estimate was derived and noted that the results were released shortly before the Nov. 7 election. “This is not analysis, this is politics,” Cordesman said. Speaking of the new study, Burnham said the estimate was much higher than others because it was derived from a house-to-house survey rather than approaches that depend on body counts or media reports.

A private group called Iraqi Body Count, for example, says it has recorded about 44,000 to 49,000 civilian Iraqi deaths. But it notes that those totals are based on media reports, which it says probably overlook “many if not most civilian casualties.”[more]

I wonder how true that report is, but I am more inclined to believe that more than 50,000 have been killed since Marc 2003… 655,000 is A LOT! That’s like over 15,000 a month!

Anonymous said...

what's that :wa7ad mal5oom:

anyway :D

walek u're so funny :rgs:

u made laugh jad jad jad :D o kman jad la3yoon el shabab

nice name em yusef :p

Islamic ChoCoHoLic said...

malo hada? haha shiklo wa7ad tayih...

anyway weddo inti il adorabel :D
inshala we will meet up next summer

Dr@ma Div@ said...

you are officially being tagged by me!
have a glorious Friday!!

A.R.RaHMaaN.FaN said...

Couldn’t agree more. I can't believe that 10 days are left from Ramadan !! situation in college was such that I couldn't enjoy Ramadan's unique atmosphere !!

BTW, that kids and kitchen scene or whatever.. It’s somehow similar to my childhood flashbacks LOLz.

Islamic ChoCoHoLic said...

tagged? *looks around.. should i be running? hiding somwhere :P
hee ok drama ill answer ur questions asap

a r r lol isnt it everyones childhood? *wonders lol