How do you politely tell someone that you want them naked on top of you
I would love to acquaint your skin against mine in its most bare state.
Remake Project had been launched by the website Booooooom.com asking you to adapt a famous painting in photo.
Following the success and the many works submitted by users, the site is currently completing a compilation of the best projects in a self-published book. You have until February 22, 2013 to send your work.
“Self Portrait 1889″.Vincent van Gogh
“Pot Pourri”. Herbert James Draper
“Le Désespéré”. Gustave Courbet
« Weeping Woman”. Picasso
« Study for Portrait”. Francis Bacon
It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must announce that the soldier killed in yesterday’s incident in Woolwich, South East London, is believed to be Drummer Lee Rigby, of 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (attached to the Regimental Recruiting Team in London). The soldier’s details are being released at this stage pending formal identification from the Metropolitan Police Service.
Drummer Lee Rigby, or ‘Riggers’ to his friends, was born in July 1987 in Crumpsall, Manchester. He joined the Army in 2006 and on successful completion of his infantry training course at Infantry Training Centre Catterick he was selected to be a member of the Corps of Drums and posted to 2nd Battalion, The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers (also known as “Second Fusiliers” or “2 RRF”).
His first posting was as a machine gunner in Cyprus where the Battalion was serving as the resident Infantry Battalion in Dhekelia. Having performed a plethora of tasks while in Cyprus, he returned to the UK in the early part of 2008 to Hounslow, West London. Here, Drummer Rigby stood proudly outside the Royal Palaces as part of the Battalion’s public duties commitment. He was an integral member of the Corps of Drums throughout the Battalion’s time on public duties, the highlight of which was being a part of the Household Division’s Beating the Retreat - a real honour for a line infantry Corps of Drums.
In April 2009 Drummer Rigby deployed on Operations for the first time to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, where he served as a member of the Fire Support Group in Patrol Base Woqab. On returning to the UK he completed a second tour of public duties and then moved with the Battalion to Celle, Germany, to be held at a state of high readiness for contingency operations as part of the Small Scale Contingency Battle Group. In 2011 Drummer Rigby took up a Recruiting post in London where he also assisted with duties at Regimental Headquarters in the Tower of London.
An extremely popular and witty soldier, Drummer Rigby was a larger than life personality within the Corps of Drums and was well known, liked and respected across the Second Fusiliers. He was a passionate and life-long Manchester United fan.
A loving father to his son Jack, aged 2 years, he will be sorely missed by all who knew him. The regiment’s thoughts and prayers are with his family during this extremely difficult time. “Once a Fusilier, always a Fusilier.”
I’m really frightened right now, mostly for the Muslims in London and anyone else the EDL could start on, anyone who happens to have dark skin is at risk pretty much. What the hell is going to happen now that people have started attacking the mosques? I think I’m more in shock about the racism…
I feel sorry for the muslim women wearing the hijab. Probably the most vulnerable out of all muslims right now. The hijab just makes it more obvious too.
i can nt breath this old man who has like the biggest onion ever is so pr ou d of it
LOOK HOW HAPPY HIS ONION MAKES HIM
Iqrit , a village in the Acre District . The village was destroyed by israeli forces during Nakba .
The first picture shows the village Before Destruction in 1935 and the second one shows it in 1990 .
Today : According to the Palestinian historian Walid Khalidi, the village remaining structures on the village land are:
“The only extant landmark is the Greek Catholic church a stone structure with a flat roof from which a rectangular belfry rises. It has a rectangular doorway with a decorative round arch and carvings atop the lintel.”
israeli troops (in the background) and palestianian protestors, whose thrown stones can be seen strewn across the street, briefly pause from their fighting in the shuafat refugee camp to allow an unfazed palestinian girl to walk to school. march 17, 2010. photo ammar awad.