Attics are more than a place to store old boxes. They can be beautiful places to redecorate and design, and so add to the beauty and function of the house. Check out these great design ideas for your old attic!
A man walks into a bar with his dog and orders two glasses of whiskey. He proposes a toast and both he and his dog empty their glasses.
The girl behind the bar is surprised and asks: ‘Can your dog perform other tricks?’.
‘But of course’, the man answers, ‘he can even gratify a woman’.
Anxious to know more the girl leads the man and the dog into a little room above the bar. She undresses and full of expectation she lies down on the bed.
The dog looks at her and does nothing, and the man then shouts to the dog, ‘OK. Just ONE more time, let me show you how it’s done.”
A young man hired by a supermarket reported for his first day of work. The manager greeted him with a warm handshake and a smile, gave him a broom and said, “Your first job will be to sweep out the store.
“But I’m a college graduate,” the young man replied indignantly.
“Oh, I’m sorry. I didn’t know that,” said the manager. “Here, give me the broom – I’ll show you how.”
A woman phones up her husband at work for a chat…
Says He: “I’m sorry honey but I’m up to my neck in work today”
Says She: “But I’ve got some good news and some bad news for you dear.”
Says He: “OK darling, but since I’ve got no time now, just give me the good news, OK?”
Says She: “Well, the air bag works…”
Mary Kay is an amatuar photographer who created a beautiful photo series of her childhood landscape at a secluded Greek island. Mary Kay’s fascinating photos create a sense of longing, a little pinch to the heart, a sense of missing of something you may or may not have experienced.
A case in point is a long article published on April 6 in The Observer (sister site of the Guardian) by incoming Jerusalem correspondent Peter Beaumont, titled ‘Middle East: does either side have the will to strive for peace?‘. Though the nearly 2,000 word article is largely unproblematic, the print version included the following graphic which includes extremely inflated figures on “refugees”:
First, the wording of the passage (underlined in red) on “refugees” is quite confusing, as the words “5 million refugees and their descendants” could be understood as implying that there are ‘5 million Palestinian refugees’ from 1948, PLUS an additional number of descendants.
Alternately, it could be an…
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