Sunday, 28 January 2007


So today i started discussing children with my best friend And we got down to the question of whther we would have the patience and whether or not we would change our personalties or attitudes because of them. For example my friend is not patient!However i believe with the advent of children this will change? But could i be wrong lets hear what you have too say do you think children change us?If so then how? ANd what kinda parent do you think you would make?

For the Jaded

The lead singer of the rock band belts out the last cords of the high energy dark punk song and breathes heavily into the mike...

He stands silent in his jeans pondering his next move...He decides to take it down a notch...he plays the first few cords of a 'quiet rock' ballad and speaks in to the mike...

This song is for the jaded:
for all those who have sat and cried at night
for all those who have vibed but vibe no more
for all those who have cared soo much but are too tired to care anymore
for all those who had something to live for but now have nothing
for all those who carry around the shit in their eyes
for all those whose souls have died when others eyes closed
for all those who feel as the world is against them
for all those who stayed awake in bed late at night thinking
for all those who are so twisted they cant care anymore
for all those who can't try....and for those who don't want to try
for all those who are too bitter to talk sweet anymore

this is a song for the jaded
this is a song for the jaded

Thursday, 25 January 2007

Typical Indian joke

Two guys from Phoenix are driving through Chatsworth Main Road when they get pulled over by traffic cop. The cop walks up and taps the window with his "stok". The driver rolls down the window and THUMMMMP!!!, the cop smacks him in the head with the stick.
The driver asks, " Hey, what kind with u eksè?"
The cop answers, "You're in Chatsworth, laaitjie.
When we pull you over, you better have your license ready when we get to your cab."
"The driver says, "I'm sorry laanie but I'm not from over here, I'm from Phoenix ."
The cop runs a check on the guys license, and he's clean.
He gives the guy his license back, walks around to the passenger side, and taps the window.

The passenger rolls down the window and THUMMMMP!!!, the cop wacks him on the head with the "stok".
The passenger asks, " Hell boss, what you carrying on so shell for?"
The cop says, "Just making your wish come true guzzie ."
The passenger asks, " What you chooning about making my wish come true?"

The cop says, "I know that 2km's down the road from here you're gonna say to your outie ,

"I wish that cop would've tried that sh*t with me , I would have f#cked him up!"

Bush rip off

Hey if anyone follows world politics like i do then they will find the following picture post i recieved hilarious!lol enjoy it i know i did hehe

Sunday, 21 January 2007

Morbid Fun

I discovered some highly amusing death scenes today with stickmen in lively gif animations of dying in interesting gross ways! Brilaint !

Hmmm call me sick but i laugh myself silly at the way these poor stick dudes die and find it insanelt entertaing!

Go to to view these animations .A word of warning though don't be shocked to find anti muslim propoganda and open racism on the site unfortunately the creators of stickdeath are very pro bush and seem like steadfast Hawks however browse some of the older stuff if u want too see it before it got political be warned its hard to stomach tho as much as i enjoyed stickmen dying i couldn't bare to read or view the anti islamic rethoric for very long as such i have not linked the site as they don't deserve it (i usually link interesting sites) HOWEVER IF YOU BRAVE ENOUGH GIVE IT A GO

What's up with this?!

Hmmm now my shariah law might not be fully up to scratch however i do believe that BOTH men and women are not suppose to wear revealing clothes. Now covering the satr is good however the follwing article( which was sent to me by my friend Arshad all credit to him) the picture would still indicate some tightness about the clothing which i know is wrong however dont take it for granted read the following and tell me what you people think:

Burqini: Muslim women's reply to bikini

It's not itsy-bitsy or teenie- weenie but the Burqini may prove to be just as popular as its polka-dotted predecessor.

The modest bathing costume is designed for water-going Muslim women who, because of religious values, cannot show more than their face, hands and feet in public.

A cross between a burqa and a bikini, the polyester suit is made up of pants and a long- sleeved thigh or knee-length A-line top with head covering. It is water-repellent, UV-resistant and comes with Arab designs.

Its Australian designer, Aheda Zanetti, has been swamped with thousands of inquiries about the product from Europe, Britain, the United States, Asia and the Middle East. Zanetti said she started producing the Burqini as Muslim women were missing out on sports because of their dress code.

Ladies Read Well

I was very amused with the following joke mostly beause it had complete role reversal, as usually its the guys trying to do the fooling and the girls doing the catching out.However read and tell me what you people think:

Why females should avoid a girls night out after they are married .....

The other night I was invited out for a night with "the girls". I told my
husband that I would be home by midnight, "I promise!"
Well, the hours passed and the margaritas went down way too easily. Around
3a.m., a bit worse for wear, I headed for home. Just as I got in the door,
the cuckoo clock in the hall started up and cuckooed 3 times.

Quickly, realizing my husband would probably wake up, I cuckooed another 9
times. I was really proud of myself for coming up with such a
quick-witted solution, in order to escape a possible conflict with him.
(Even when totally smashed...3 cuckoos plus 9 cuckoos totals 12 cuckoos =

The next morning my husband asked me what time I got in, and I told him
"Midnight". He didn't seem concerned at all. Whew! Got away with that

Then he said, "We need a new cuckoo clock."

When I asked him why. He said, "Well, last night our clock cuckooed 3
times, then said, "Oh sh*t.", cuckooed 4 more times, cleared its
throat, cuckooed another 2 times, giggled, Cuckooed twice more, and then
tripped over the coffee table and farted.

Monday, 08 January 2007

I'm Gangster!

This entire week i have been addicted to my brothers psp playing a little game called GTA:Vice City Stories. Over he week i have become the owner off prostitution,drug, money laundering, racket rings. Hehe i earn 40100 $ per a day not bad hehe. Hmmm i love the feeling of walking onto the road picking a car hijacking it and driving it like its mine (kinda like SA think the developers must have visited SA) LOL. You have got to love it for once being a bad guy is fun!I have been addicted to the GTA series ever since GTA 3 and have been loving every minute of it. Hey where else do i get to beat passer by's to death witha baseball bat. Brilliant stress relief if you ask me.ANd since Vice city stories is set during the 80's i have been doing all of this to the sound of Foreigner- I wanna know what love is! Lol you have got to love it

A comment

I came up with the following during a late night musing i think its a brilliant piece of advice for everything all rolled up into one. Pretty good even if i d say so myself

'expect nothing,but accept the possibilty that there may be something'

Tuesday, 02 January 2007

The Two New years

Hmm this new years was a strange one for me it made me contemplate quite a bit.

Firstly too all my muslim friends, brothers, sisters Eid Mubarak and too everyone happy new years.

This new years was one of the first that i had stayed home in a long time and it was strange. Part of me could not sit still i felt restless like i had to be somewhere and doing something. Yet the fact that it was a big night stayed my hand. However why did sitting at home seem so hard?I felt caged even. I read about the muslim people who had eid and that night went to the square in jhb for the new years baash and part of me was disgusted but the other half hugely envious. Howcome they got to go out and i had to sit at home? It's truly a conflicting feeling. No to mention the fact that i had just watched a huge party on tv to usher in the new years. A rave party too? Maybe it didn't feel like eid this year cos well there was no sheep.

I don't know about you people but the no cutting thing doesn't agree with me. I enjoy the toul of cutting at home and working the whole morning and resting finally in the evening. And i missed qurbani meat for Lunch! :-(

but i digress did anone feel the same as i did on that eid night?


Hey one and all am back hehe sorry bout the long break twas on holiday!hehe sp posting been slow lol