This Wreck Puts The Bust in BUSTED

If Eric Trump got a Hitler youth haircut, had his face lipo’d by a de-licensed back alley plastic surgeon, huffed so much helium that his eyes and got sprayed down by the same fake tan diarrhea that his dad gets sprayed down with, he would look like this bust of Cristiano Ronaldo

Yup… Crispy Ronaldo hometown decided to honor him by renaming their local airport the Cristiano Ronaldo Madeira International Airport, but the bust of him they unveiled at the rebranding ceremony was definitely less than honourable…

The startling statue is causing online reactions from horror to hilarity, and the memes it has inspired are likely to outlive the legacy of Crispy himself.

They totally knew that Crispy Ronaldo’s deep fried ego would explode from having an international airport named after him, so they brought him down to earth with it.

 But I will say that the bust’s shiny bronze complexion is spot-on!

Going Through

Its been over a month since I saw Xavier last. During the first month I was too out of control distracting my anxiety and all the stuff one feels when one loses that person you’re attached to.

My distraction was obviously dangerous, saying yes to all the guys who wanted to fuck the sad out of me.

Fun fact, when I was a top I didn’t feel guilty when random post-breakup sex happened.

Many people think I’m lucky because it’s easy for me to get men’s attention, but they don’t realised not all of them have good intentions.

So, the “luck” is double frustrating many times.

In my case I get judged A LOT by the way I look…

They all said: “You’re sexy,” “You exude sex,” = “You’re a fuckboy!”

And as much as I don’t care being objectify, at some point gets tiring and lame… Reason why it’s hard for me to fall for someone. If you put it in perspective out of 30 guys, probably only 1 will get my full interest.

I cannot live without sex and you can call me a “fuckboy” if you wish, but fuckboys (when taken serious) are in most cases committed partners that will stick with you no matter what.

While basics will cheat on you, a “fuckboy” won’t do that.

Why? Because they value someone who focus on them as a person, rather than an object of pleasure.

I had great long-term relationships, I’ve been a fuckboy to few guys too, and I’ve been in a relationship with a “real” fucktoy (an escort) once.

For instance that relationship wasn’t easy for me to handle, but he was a guy who loved me sincerely and showed it to me.

While he slept with others for money, he was with me by choice.

Back to the topic….

Although PatrickA was my world our end didn’t hit me as hard, because from the moment I met Xavier we immediately started to date.

I didn’t have time to think or rest, while with Xavier no other guy existed.

In short, it’s been a difficult month. But I’m going through it now.

Only In India

After extreme drought hit southern parts of India, this King cobra found its way to a local village in attempt to get some water.

Although King cobras are known for being dangerous, the compassion of the locals for the animal was bigger than their fear.

Also, knowing that this type of snake usually tries to avoid confrontation with humans as much as possible, they realised it must have been really thirsty to come to their village.

So, they began the rescue operation.

First, one man took a grip of cobra’s tail to prevent it from attacking the guy with water bottle. The rescuer came in front of the snake and splashed some water on the snake’s head to cool the animal down.

Then, he extended the water bottle for cobra to drink from, and the magic happened… it drank!

All while trying to give water to the snake, the man was holding a snake catcher to protect himself in case the cobra decided to launch a vicious attack.

Fortunately, everything went well and the snake was later taken to an animal care facility. Just incredible!! 

How Dogs Think

Done!! This book took me a lot of time ’cause of the detail but I’m fascinated by it.

I grew up with dogs, and in my head I treated them right, but after reading this book I realised how ignorant I was.

If only I knew about this book during the last days of Mo (my other dog) I’d have been more aware of her pain and struggles and would have treated her a lot more compassionate, more loving, smarter and feel less guilty… ’cause after reading this book, I feel guilty.

Guilty of ignorance.

Did you know that: Dogs only see in blue, grey and yellow? Their age is not counted by 7 years? They see in panoramic? The bigger the dog, the less they live?

Their ears and specially their nose is even more powerful than you think?

Dogs can smell things up to 40 feet (12 metres) underground to cancerous cells in your body. No technology is more accurate than a dog’s nose.

And when it comes to hearing, they can even hear seismic activities that precede earthquakes. In fact, in China and Japan dogs are an integral part of their national earthquake warning systems.

The book is written by Stanley Coren, Ph.D. Dr. Coren is a psychologist and member of the faculty at the University of British Columbia. He’s a renowned and well-known expert on dog psychology and dog-human interactions.

It’s a smart, informative and interesting read… So informative that I pretty much marked almost every page.

Maybe that’s because I’m a dog owner and a psychology lover. But I don’t think anyone could read the book and not be impressed.

The book spends a lot of time discussing the sensory systems and abilities of dogs.

A chapter is committed to each of the five senses, all supported with solid empirical research and flavoured with interesting anecdotes.

For example, did you know young dogs have a heat-sensing ability in their noses that unfortunately disappears as they get older? It’s how they find a warm mother when they are blind and deaf newborns.

The book also spends a lot of time discussing the evolution of dogs, paying particular attention to the ways humans of directed that evolution to serve our own purposes.

Things like the incredible smelling abilities of hounds, rescue skills of St. Bernard’s, the hunting prowess of dachshunds, and herding talents of the herd dogs are explained in evolutionary and genetic terms….all in an understandable way for those who aren’t evolutionary psychologists or biologists.

I’ve learnt so much about dogs, that I no longer see them only as a loving companions. 

In short, every dog’s guardian should read this amazing book in order to educate yourself and to improve their life. 10/10.