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WIFE: Honey let's play a game

HUSBAND: Okay. What's the game about?

WIFE: If I mention a country, you run to the left side of the room and touch the wall & if I mention a bird, you run to the right side of the room and touch the wall. If you run to the wrong direction, you'll give me all your salary for this month

HUSBAND: Okay! And if you fail in your turn, I'll have your salary too right?

WIFE: (smiles) Yes darling!

HUSBAND: Okay (stands up ready to run in any direction)

Wife: are you ready

Husband: Yes ready


Its been 4 HOURS NOW... 

The husband is still standing at the spot wondering if she meant the Country or the bird

RamaniSankaranarayan49 Jun 29 · Comments: 3
Every problem has a solution...... But we ourselves have to find it..... If you cross a day without any problem, there is some thing wrong.......
Blogs can contain "imported materials" as well as

"own".  The contents should catch the eyes.

Wherever possible photos may be uploaded.

These are the fundamentals.

But now-a-days what should be given in "Home'

pages also pop up.  Please avoid. 

Babu Jun 13
          This is a common for all. Nobody welcome it. Nobody like it. Everybody afraid of it. But it will not bother, It will come to every body at any time. We cannot expect. Yes.......DEATH...... It is a common one for all.    We know it. But we afraid of it. Don't know why?.....  It is sad that if it come in younger age..... There may be so many things to be disposed in life. But accidentally death affect seriously. Only thing is to be brave to meet it at any stage. We may prepare to meet at any age . Necessary precautionary measures should be taken The youngsters should be away from bad habits, such as smoking, using alcohol, etc., However we senior citizens.should take medical checkups frequently . Even we are very care IT may happen at any time. That is fate. 
RamaniSankaranarayan49 Jun 7 · Comments: 1
My dear Verduriens.....


I come yesterday after a very long break due to some personal difficulties.....Glad to meet you all again. But here everything has been changed...As it is new for me it may take some time to digest. Ok from now onwards I am one of you I will chat , read and write anything  with you. I started to place my saw upon you....I think you all will accept me.... 

I am so sorry ...First of all I have to thank our ISHITA for giving me this veryrare opportunity for me. Thank you all'''

RamaniSankaranarayan49 Jun 6 · Comments: 4
I made my first trip with friends from Verdurez last October to Bhutan.  It was just a short trip but during that time somehow the lot of us from across the country ended up feeling close and like family.  One couple who stood out in the group were Lalitha and Kalyan, coming up with some group games and talks and Lalitha ready to help with anyone going broke on shopping!!   

So this morning, when we received a message on Whatsapp that our Dear Kalyan had suddenly passed away, we had a dull ache in our hearts.  So sudden and it was all over.  I would personally like to tell our sister Lalitha that our prayers and thoughts go out to her and may God bless her with the courage to bear with her terrible loss.  With such an excellent companion, I am sure this will be hard.  All I can say is that time heals.

This is a picture I took of Kalyan when he was fooling around and making us laugh.  What a lovely background.  

Maria Fatima Pais

FatimaPais May 7 · Comments: 3

What is so special about the Snake Island in Brazil?

Snake Island Is one of the Most Dangerous Places in The World due to the insane amount of golden lance head snakes found there.

Off the shore of Brazil, almost 93 miles away from São Paulo downtown, is Ilha da Queimada Grande.  The island is untouched by human developers, and for very good reason.  Researchers estimate that on the island live between one and five snakes  per square meter. The snakes live on the many migratory birds (enough  to keep the snake density remarkably high) that use the island as a  resting point.

Between one and five snakes per square meter" might not be so  terrible if the snakes were, say, 2 inches long and nonvenomous. The  snakes on Queimada Grande, however, are a unique species of pit viper,  the golden lancehead. The lancehead genus of snakes is responsible for  90% of Brazilian snakebite-related fatalities. The golden lanceheads  that occupy Snake Island grow to well over half a meter long, and they  possess a powerful fast-acting poison that melts the flesh around their  bites. Golden lanceheads are so dangerous that, with the exception of  some scientific outfits, the Brazilian Navy has expressly forbidden  anyone from landing on the island.
Locals in the coastal towns near Queimada Grande love to recount two  grisly tales of death on the island. In one, a fisherman unwittingly  wanders onto the island to pick bananas. Naturally, he is bitten. He  manages to return to his boat, where he promptly succumbs to the snake's  venom. He is found some time later on the boat deck in a great pool of  blood.

The other story is of the final lighthouse operator and his family.  One night, a handful of snakes enter through a window and attack the  man, his wife, and their three children. In a desperate gambit to  escape, they flee towards their boat, but they are bitten by snakes on  branches overhead.

Marcelo Duarte, a biologist who has visited Snake Island over twenty  times, says that the locals' claim of one to five snakes per square  meter is an exaggeration, though perhaps not by much. One snake per  square meter is more like it. Not that that should ease one's mind: At  one snake per meter, you're never more than three feet away from death.

Source: click here

KGRD May 7 · Comments: 1
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