Lost In Translation – Adult

An American business man flies to Japan for some business meetings and a few rounds of golf, arrived in Tokyo a day earlier than expected. 

1That evening, he meets a cute Japanese woman at a the bar of his hotel, and after some drinking and miming, she agrees to go back to the room with him for some private fun.

Their passion quickly became intense and in the heat of the moment the Japanese woman began yelling “Gama Su!, Gama Su!”

Knowing he pleased her greatly, the man was very pleased with himself and went to sleep. 

The next day while playing golf with his Japanese business colleagues, he made a swing when suddenly one of the other guys started yelling at him “Gama Su! Gama Su!” 

The bewildered American asked: “What does that mean, ‘Gama Su’?” 

“Wrong hole!” he was told.

Is a mini ice age on the way? Scientists warn the Sun has ‘gone to sleep’ and say it could cause temperatures to plunge

The Sun\’s activity is at its lowest for 100 years, scientists have warned.They say the conditions are eerily similar to those before the Maunder Minimum, a time in 1645 when a mini ice age hit, Freezing London\’s River Thames.Researcher believe the solar lull could cause major changes, and say there is a 20% chance it could lead to \’major changes\’ in temperatures.

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Graffiti defaces 2,000 year old monuments in Luxor

Egyptian Streets

For thousands of years, Ancient Egyptian monuments garnered the respect of millions. From Alexander the Great who portrayed himself as a Pharaoh, to the simple civilian in ancient Egypt, temples and monuments were respected.

In ancient Egyptian history, one of the first questions that would be asked during judgement day is “Did you harm or destroy any temples?” Yet, today, such questions are forgotten. The respect of local and foreign leaders has all but disappeared from the minds of many visitors in Luxor. Monuments and temples are subjected to damage on a daily basis.

Beyond the beautiful art and structures, the first thing most will notice while visiting the Karnak Temples is the disgraceful graffiti – many of it recent. “Memo loves Sara,” “Mamdouh 2013” “January 25 2011,” and other pathetic images plague the columns of the temple.

While many of it rarely defaces any of the pre-existing drawings on the…

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