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8 biggest turn offs

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What's up everyone! This week I wanted to just talk about my top 8 biggest turn offs for people in general. I definitely am not perfect & I'm some of these things at times BUT I try my best not to be :) What's your biggest turn off and why? 


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1.Bad Communicators
I really like to have a good conversation. I really like to ask what’s up with them, how
they are doing, contribute to their little happiness, up lift their moods. And I like it when they ask me the same things. You know, just a good conversation. It could literally just be about trees or Bakugan- I don’t care. I just like people who can talk, keep the interaction flowing and communicate.


2.The Not-So-Ambition I don’t like it when people have a lack of ambition. It just bothers me, I have a whole
bunch of thing I want to do with my life so when someone else doesn't have…

Bajrangi Bhaijaan

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So here are some of the things I expect to see in a Salman Khan film — the superstar playing a charming, irreverent superhero; a largely incoherent script that exists only to showcase him as a superhero; a largely irrelevant heroine who needs rescuing from some foolish villains; probably low-IQ comedy punctuated by a few crackling one-liners.



But Bajrangi Bhaijaan gives us a Salman Khan very different from the one we're used to seeing on screen. There's no swagger in his step, no signature punchlines to deliver, and…gasp…he doesn't once rip off his shirt.
The result, I'm happy to report, is that this may be Salman Khan's most coherent film in recent years.

Playing a mute in the film, the little girl seen on the posters is sweet, innocent and makes us fall in love with her acting chops. What makes the story interesting is how she conveys things to people around without speaking, inadvertently raising the issue of thousands of those like her. Lost in a foreign nation wi…

The Taj is simply a majestic tribute to an exotic beauty!

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Taj Mahal means "Crown Palace" and is in fact the most well preserved and architecturally beautiful tomb in the world. The English poet, Sir Edwin Arnold has described The Taj as "Not a piece of architecture, as other buildings are, but the proud passions of an emperor’s love wrought in living stones."

It is a romance celebrated in marble and glorified with precious and semi-precious stones and that’s the way to appreciate it!


Who could ever think that an eternal love leading to the saga of infinite bondage can evolve out of a desert like land and would blossom to be the reason to gift our world a poem-in-marble, The Taj!
No image of The Taj, neither on canvass nor on celluloid, can adequately express its conceptual imaginary nor convey the legend, the poetry and the romance that shrouds what Rabindranath Tagore calls "a teardrop on the cheek of time".
India’s Nobel Laureate, Rabindranath Tagore, referred to the Taj Mahal as a “tear drop on the cheek of time”…

What should you be doing after performing lamely for an exam?

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This is probably something I'm going to re-read myself whenever I feel down.
I feel bad, terribly and awfully sad. It's pricking at me on my guilt conscience and I don't think I've done much about it other than convincing myself that I know I can do better.



It can be hard to recover from a less-than-stellar performance in exams, especially one that you didn’t see coming. You might feel angry, embarrassed, and confused. How do you regain your professional confidence? How do I beat myself at the games my own mind is playing with me?

What's phenomenal is that when I got to google to type 'How to overcome bad performance in exams?', the nearest Google-automated suggestions were more like: 'How to move on after a break-up?' -_- I seriously, heart problems are not the only things people are worried about. Nobody has time for that! I have a mind problem right now which I desperately have to solve!

So I’ve walked into an exam room, felt like I'm on top of t…

...à la Française

Par Anhsa Ashna 
Pfft...Le Français! Cette bonne vieille langue de Molière! Décidément les potes, je me surprends! Je n'aurais jamais cru vouloir écrire pour vous en français, car à vraie dire, ce n'est pas ma langue favorite, du moins à l'écrit! Mais pourquoi ne pas essayer? Peut-être bien qu'un de ces jours, j'essayerai même le Creole! :))
Donc, bonjour! Aujourd'hui, nous allons "célébrer" le Français! :P
>Puis-je avoir 'trois moins deux' pâtés, s'il vous plaît? Bien quoi? Che pO mWa.. Que dit-on UN pâté ou UNE pâté? Bienvenu au début du cauchemar Français. :D

>Au debut de ses années scolaires, l'élève Mauricien est appelé à comprendre l'essentialité des sons et des syllabes qui se dressent au coeur du Français. Qui ne connaît pas les problèmes des 'Ssshh's? Alors, essayez donc, 'Sacha chassa son chat Pasha qui lécha un lait chaud dans le château de la chaux dans un temps chaud.'

>Synonyme du Français: les exc…