knees when you see your favorite celebrity idol?
So many people do this, why? is it really that serious?
they are only humans too.
there’s so many teenagers that have sick obsessions to the jonas brothers and twilight and any celeb out there.
heck i was watching Mj performances on youtube the other day and grown men were down on their knees crying, and a girl fainted on stage before he could even sing the song to her.
Do you do that when you see celebs?
Lol @ sfresh…
I just got done reviewing some photos on one of the Yahoo celebrity sites and I have to tell you that most of the women looked terrible in the dresses with bare legs. Usually the legs were “ok”, but their knees looked boney or knobby. And any sort of cut or scrape was noticable.
The only one out of all of the photos that looked truly great was Kate Middleton, and that was because she was wearing nylons.
What’s up ladies? It only looks like a woman is halfway dressed if she goes out dressed in a dress, but is not wearing hosery. What would you think of a guy that didn’t wear socks with is suit? Underdressed? Tacky?
Anyone else agree?
I’ve noticed at school that many girls have no scars on their legs, no scratches, no cuts, nothing. Well, they might have some, but it’s not noticeable.
How is this possible? Is it just that 75% of America aren’t clumsy?
Because if that’s true I’m part of the 25% because I have SOOO many scars, everywhere and I have NO idea where some even come from.
Unfortunately, they will NEVER go away, which is sad because it makes me ashamed of my body. I can’t wear cute above knee dresses because of my stupid scars. I can’t wear backless shirts because I have tons f scars on my back, from where, I have no idea.
People with perfect skin, what’s your secret?
Thanks guys. Nice to know I’m not the only one.
I needed a confidence boost.Thanks.
Tanning is unhealthy.
I’m writing an essay about pants hanging low. Feel free to comment and add you advice.
And add what you thik about this:
I think that pants worn underneath the waist is very rude and disgusting. But then again I also believe that people should wear what ever they feel comfortable in. Wearing pants below the waist is hip these days because rappers and celebrities are wearing them, themselves. For example, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, and Kanye West. Young people these days think that it is cool because there idol’s are doing it too. I believe that they shouldn’t be against the law because if people like wearing there pants hanging low then they should if they like it, but then again just keep a certain limit to it. Like for example; not putting it all the way to their knees but you no to the hips or so.
Then again wearing pants down low is very unacceptable and rude, because it’s like they are showing a symbol to people that they are going to represent themselves like fools. I say that because what is the point of keeping your pants low, to attract girls or boys? To represent a symbol? Or just to fit in? Most kids wear it to fit in the crowd and not be a outcast. Hanging your pants down low says to people that your are “Tough” and “Hood” or “Gangsta”. I believe that the idea came from rappers to gangs to now the society
Why are Ghetto people reluctant to get their State ID’s?
I was at a bar and saw a group of pants at the knee underwear waddlers getting carded by the Bartender and they all threw some lame brain excuse about their ID’s. One even said he was some “Celebrity” or something. It was a mix of Black and White! Are they illegals?
well black people have dark color on their elbows and knees but celebrities like rihanna and beyonce don’t? what do they do to get rid of it?
Just made me curious…’cause like most celebrities don’t have physical problems…like you know pimples, stretchmarks, dark underarms and knees/elbow, and some other stuff,,
I have two little ones and I take tons of pix and video, I want a reliable yet affordable laptop for editing and downloading them to.
Those who still go to church in Europe do not usually go there to find out what God requires of them. One report from Italy says: “Italians tailor their religion to fit their lifestyles.” One sociologist there says: “We take from the pope whatever suits us.” The same might be said of Catholics in Spain, where religiosity has been replaced with consumerism and the search for an economic paradise—here and now.
These trends stand in stark contrast with the Christianity that Christ and his followers taught and practiced. Jesus did not offer “cafeteria” or “buffet” religion, where you pick and choose what you like and reject what you don’t like. He stated: “If anyone wants to come after me, let him disown himself and pick up his torture stake day after day and follow me continually.” Jesus taught people that the Christian way of life was one of personal sacrifice and effort.—Luke 9:23.
Commenting on this trend, the religion correspondent for London’s Daily Telegraph wrote: “All the main denominations, from the Church of England and the Roman Catholics to the Methodist and United Reformed Churches, are suffering from long-term decline.” He said concerning one report: “Britain’s Churches will be well on the way to extinction by 2040 with just two per cent of the population attending Sunday services.” Similar statements have been made about religion in the Netherlands.
Some churches study business methods to learn how better to “market” their religious services. Congregations pay thousands of dollars to hire church consulting firms. “It was a great investment,” said one satisfied pastor, according to a report on such firms. Megachurches, with congregation members numbering into the thousands, do so well financially that they draw the attention of business publications, such as The Wall Street Journal and The Economist. These report that megachurches typically offer “‘one-stop shopping’ for body and soul.” Church complexes may include restaurants, cafés, beauty salons, saunas, and sports facilities. Attractions include theater, visiting celebrities, and contemporary music. But what do the preachers teach?
“THE SUPER-MARKETING OF RELIGION”
The director of the National Vocation Service of the French Catholic Church was quoted as saying: “We’re seeing the super-marketing of religion. People consume, and when they don’t find an institution they agree with, then they go somewhere else.” In a study of European religion, Professor Grace Davie of Britain’s Exeter University said: “Individuals simply ‘pick and mix’ from the diversity on offer. Religion, like so many other things, has entered the world of options, lifestyles and preferences.”
*** g 9/07 p. 12 Baptisteries—Silent Witnesses to a Lost Practice ***
“BAPTIZED by Immersion in the Cathedral,” read a headline in a French newspaper in 2001. However, the picture published along with the article showed a new convert to Catholicism standing in a large baptismal pool with water up to his knees and a Catholic bishop pouring water onto the convert’s head. This scene, repeated in many places around the world, reflects the trend in the Catholic Church since the Second Vatican Council to baptize new converts by partial immersion. The questions arise: Whereas most Catholics were baptized as babies with a few drops of water, what form of baptism corresponds to the model set by John the Baptizer and Jesus’ apostles? How should Christians be baptized today? The history of baptisteries will help to answer those questions.
hi, i have an assignment where i have to compare a seamus heaney poem with another poem. I have two seamus heaney poems, but nothing to compare them with (not many relate to them). Can anyone think of a poem that is comparable to one of the following two poems. It would be especially great, if that poem is by mahmoud darwish, but if that is not possible, anything will do:
(oh and if anyone does not understand the poems, the first one is about a man who can’t handle living in spain, while there is a war occuring in his native country ireland… and the second is about a man who does not follow his traditions in becoming a digger, and becomes a writer, but still respects his father and grandfather for their occupations…
poem 1: Summer 1969
While the Constabulary covered the mob
Firing into the Falls, I was suffering
Only the bullying sun of Madrid.
Each afternoon, in the casserole heat
Of the flat, as I sweated my way through
The life of Joyce, stinks from the fishmarket
Rose like the reek off a flax-dam.
At night on the balcony, gules of wine,
A sense of children in their dark corners,
Old women in black shawls near open windows,
The air a canyon rivering in Spanish.
We talked our way home over starlit plains
Where patent leather of the Guardia Civil
Gleamed like fish-bellies in flax-poisoned waters.
‘Go back,’ one said, ‘try to touch the people.’
Another conjured Lorca from his hill.
We sat through death counts and bullfight reports
On the television, celebrities
Arrived from where the real thing still happened.
I retreated to the cool of the Prado.
Goya’s ‘Shootings of the Third of May’
Covered a wall-the thrown-up arms
And spasm of the rebel, the helmeted
And knapsacked military, the efficient
Rake of the fusillade. In the next room
His nightmares, grafted to the palace wall-
Dark cyclones, hosting, breaking; Saturn
Jewelled in the blood of his own children,
Gigantic Chaos turning his brute hips
Over the world. Also, that holmgang
Where two berserks club each other to death
For honour’s sake, greaved in a bog, and sinking.
He painted with his fists and elbows, flourished
The stained cape of his heart as history charged.
poem 2: Digging
Between my finger and my thumb
The squat pin rest; snug as a gun.
Under my window, a clean rasping sound
When the spade sinks into gravelly ground:
My father, digging. I look down
Till his straining rump among the flowerbeds
Bends low, comes up twenty years away
Stooping in rhythm through potato drills
Where he was digging.
The coarse boot nestled on the lug, the shaft
Against the inside knee was levered firmly.
He rooted out tall tops, buried the bright edge deep
To scatter new potatoes that we picked,
Loving their cool hardness in our hands.
By God, the old man could handle a spade.
Just like his old man.
My grandfather cut more turf in a day
Than any other man on Toner’s bog.
Once I carried him milk in a bottle
Corked sloppily with paper. He straightened up
To drink it, then fell to right away
Nicking and slicing neatly, heaving sods
Over his shoulder, going down and down
For the good turf. Digging.
The cold smell of potato mould, the squelch and slap
Of soggy peat, the curt cuts of an edge
Through living roots awaken in my head.
But I’ve no spade to follow men like them.
Between my finger and my thumb
The squat pen rests.
I’ll dig with it.
Can you give me a list of all the celebrities? Please?
I want to check out celebrities who are born during the first decan of leo, if you know of any. I’d like names of both male and female celebrities if you can.
Thanks in advance!
You see these celebrities with dark hair get their hair lighten and it looks great. What are professional hair stylists doing to have it look like this?
Tonight most of my hispanic/catholic friends are getting together to celebrate something for this religious lady symbol (not sure of who she is / Jesus mother???? not sure?) but i was just wondering if whites/blacks or any other race participated in this celebration or if it was just a hispanic and not a catholic thing…i mean its like a huge deal, i was with my friend last year and watched on tv how people sacrifice and walk for miles and even on their knees to get to this huge church in mexico city, then there there is like thousands and thousands of people, there’s mariachi, famous hispanic celebrities go to sing to her….is she Jesus mother?..(but their dresses look different from what ive seen on pics) anyways i would appreciate no disrespectful answers, i know everyone has a right to practice their own faith but i was just wondering if other Non hispanic catholics practiced this? thank you in advance
Im doing this for a project at school and would like to know which celebrities got their undergraduate degrees in mathematics. The odder the celebrity the better.
I’m trying to find out which Australian celebrities play golf to a decent standard ie, they have a fairly good handicap. I’m not talking about famous golfers, more celebs who have a passion for the game. Thanks. All help greatly received.
When I’m watching tv it always seems like the celebrities have perfect skin and everything.
Is that look just natural or how much makeup are they really wearing?
its for knees && shaving is venus embrace good?
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