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Title: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 02, 2010, 03:27:59 PM
Hi LBB’ers,

Beauty is only skin deep. Staying healthy is the beast we fight to protect our bodies against illness. Every week will have tips for a healthy body, mind, spirit and beauty. A healthy gambler is a happy gambler!


Ok this tip is for the ladies! Don’t worry guys we won’t leave you out!

Nothing is worse than getting ready to go out and put on your make up and realize your mascara is as dried up and old as last Christmas’ pine needles you find behind your couch!

Here Is a quick tip to remedy that. Place your tube of mascara in a warm water for a couple of minutes. The dried up mascara will melt and be good as new again for those beautiful peepers of yours!

In the shower and your singing so good even Simon Cowel would be impressed! Shampoo your hair, reach for the conditioner and oh no the nightmare of nightmares…..your out of conditioner! No problem…….here is a quick fix. Fabric softener, yes I said fabric softener! Just a dab of that just this once will get those tangles out of your hair and leave with soft smooth locks!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: JacobBlack on April 02, 2010, 03:47:48 PM
Its cool I got ya back lips!   One for the guys... If you have sensitive skin, and hate shaving like I do, try shaving with toothpaste. Keep it lathered with water, and afterwords its the most refreshing feel ever on your face. Of course its always good to use good razors, and I recommend a triple blade with aloe and vitamin E. And those of you who wish to try any remedies should know NOT to if your alergic to any of the consisting details such as toothpaste.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 02, 2010, 03:50:30 PM
Hey Thanks Jacob! Ya know toothpaste is also good for pimples!! Put on a little dot of toothpaste and the next day it is almost gone!!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: JacobBlack on April 02, 2010, 03:56:57 PM
Cleans silver good too. Just cleaned my necklace as a matter of fact.  :):):)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on April 02, 2010, 04:08:57 PM
Thanks for the Tips!!!

Once i had static, it was on my clothes AND my hair, i was shocking everyone.. for a quick temporary fix i grabbed a dryer sheet and wiped it through my clothes and hair, it worked :D
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Tony Trader on April 02, 2010, 05:02:19 PM
Here's one for the guys that works.

You may think it's a bit crazy but after shaving if you do not have any aftershave lotion.

Use butter, i swear it will work.

Butter...its not just for cooking anymore.

Tony
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on April 02, 2010, 05:27:49 PM
Omg... Buttered Tony... hmm.... lol
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Zuga on April 02, 2010, 06:43:36 PM
I just might try that Tony :P hehe
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 03, 2010, 11:12:07 AM
Butter!!!!!! Ton are you just pulling our leg or what? April fools is over!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 03, 2010, 11:18:30 AM
I have a mascara tip for the ladies. Apply mascara by brushing the top of the lashes instead of the inside of lashes. It will make your lashes look longer!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 03, 2010, 11:45:06 AM
Hey nice lash tip. I will try that. It will take some getting use to!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Tony Trader on April 04, 2010, 08:36:27 AM
Butter!!!!!! Ton are you just pulling our leg or what? April fools is over!

Lips

This is no April Fools prank.

I'm not saying you cake the butter on after you shave, you just use a little to ease that burn after we shave just like using aftershave lotion.

Tony
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 07, 2010, 10:56:45 AM
Hiya LBB'ers,

This week's tip is for the spirit! Playing on line and being a member at any forum requires some etiquette. Personally i think that our forum has the best members on the planet as far as being thoughtful and considerate!

Here are some definite NO NO's when playing in chat games or posting in public forums:

NO racism. Not even a little bit. The beauty of online gaming and forums is we get to talk to everyone across the world.
 
There can be no soliciting or advertising on chat games or forums. This will result in an immediate ban!

Please do not donate/lend money to players. Unfortunately there are people out there that will try to take advantage of your good heart.

Do not insult, bully or harass another bingo player or forum member. Words can hurt and some players/members are sensitive.

Last but not least look to your neighbor above you, below you and give them a great big hug!!!

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If you have any etiquette ideas that would help keep our community here or in chat games a place of fun please post them here. Or if you have seen a case of poor etiquette please share your stories.

Lips

 
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: BingoRonda on April 11, 2010, 05:40:13 PM
I have noticed that playing in bingo rooms everyones etiquette seems to be upbeat in chatting no matter who is winning or losing, now playing online poker is a different animal all together. So many rude people chatting i just turn the chat off.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 19, 2010, 11:48:34 AM
Spring has sprung and so has the dreaded A-L-L-E-R-G-I-E-S!!!

Symptoms for allergy sufferers include:

Itchy watery eyes
Sneezing
headaches
runny nose

Here are some tips to help ward off allergies:

1. Use saline nasal spray religiously. Use it morning and night, and sometimes in between. It seems to flush away whatever I've breathed in during the day.

2.  Use eye drops. Use rewetting eye drops for the same reason as the nasal spray -- the drops flush the bad things out of my eyes. It really helps with my itchy eyes.

3.  Eat honey. Clover honey will  build up you resistance to allergies.
 
3. Drink apple cider vinegar. Apple cider vinegar is one of those cure-all home remedies that's been around forever and is praised for helping with sinus infections.

4.  Drink plenty of water. Water is one of the best expectorants. It helps to thin mucus and naturally get rid of it. You should have at least 8 8oz glasses a day.

5.  Get plenty of rest, take a multivitamin and extra vitamin C. We should do these 3 things every day, but it is especially important when allergies are running us down.

6. Spring clean your house.

7. Get a dehumidifier to keep the air in your home clean.

8. Leave your windows up when driving and use air conditioner.

9. Do laundry on the hot temp cycle to kill any airborne allergens.

10. If you have a pet, have one room that is off limits. A bedroom preferably, being a pet lover Never isolate them to one room!!

If you have tips or suffer from allergies please feel free to share your stories.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 05, 2010, 12:08:40 AM
Tips for the biggest organ on your body........your skin!!

Right from the can, Crisco is a big secret among beautiful women. Use it to remove makeup and as a highly effective moisturizer.

Rubbing Pepto-Bismal on your skin is a better facial than peel off masks.

To make you own facial mask, mix a handful of 100% all-natural kitty litter with a 1/2 cup water and apply a facemask.

Worried about cellulite? Rub used coffee grounds where the problem exists (cellulite cream is mostly caffeine based).

Salt or Sugar Body Scrub: Pour ¼ cup of table salt or granulated sugar into a small bowl or container. Pour olive oil into the container over the salt until it covers the salt. Stir the mixture. Rub the scrub all over your body and into your skin. Rinse thoroughly.

Another great cleansing mask. Beat one egg yolk until frothy. Add 1/2c of both milk and a peeled and mashed avocado. Mix with a fork until it is the consistency of a lotion.

For tighter skin, try this mask. Whip two chilled egg whites until they form peaks. Slowly add 1/8 tsp of cornstarch. Apply the mask to your face and leave it on for 20 minutes, then rinse.

*Please note when trying any of these tips always test your skin first for allergic reactions*.

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If you have any beauty tips for your skin please share them.

Lips

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on May 05, 2010, 12:20:37 AM
This one is kind of funny but it really worked for her..

An older lady i worked with maybe around 60, her face always looked so young. One day we got to talking and i had commented on her looking so young, she gave me her secret.. she said she wears her hair very tight in a bun, it pulls up everything and gives her an instant facelift!!

So ladies how about the tight ponytails.. a quick facelift and it also gives your eyes that sexy cat eye look..lmao..

p.s. i truely loved her story, she is a wonderful woman with the sweetness of good nature.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 05, 2010, 12:04:13 PM
Omg imagin that is too cute!! I only hope she don't go bald from pulling her hair so tight!

I know someone who claims that the reason she does not have wrinkles is that her chubbiness plumps out the wrinkles......he he he!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 20, 2010, 12:35:33 PM
Hiya Members,

It is time to plant flowers. I love to plant flowers in the yard. Here is some tips i found and i hope they help ya!

Annual Flowers

Annuals last one season and die out. This means these flowers have to be replanted every year.

Perennial Flowers

Perennial flowers come back year after year. The advantage here is you never need to replant them.

I always get these 2 mixed up and have to think about when i am flower shopping.

Flower Bulbs

Flower bulbs come back each year, after being dormant over winter months. I planted tulips one year and planted them all upside and they never came up! So be careful and make sure you plant them right side up!

Tips for Planting roses

1. Check with your local gardening center or florist for the best type of roses to grow in you climate. If you are a novice, you should look for disease resistant types of roses because they require a lot less maintenance.

2. When planting roses, you want to pick a spot that is well lit in the morning. You also want an area that is sunlit for at least 6 hours a day.

3. Pick an area that has plenty of well drained soil. Great soil has a PH level where the amount of acid in the soil is at about 5.5-7.0. You can get a testing kit for your soil at any garden center.

4. Organic matter like manure or lime helps to nourish the roots of your roses. You should soak the roots in water or puddle clay for many minutes, and cut off any root's ends that are broken.

5. The first 3-4 weeks after planting your roses, you should water them often. Usually this is when the top 2 inches of soil is dry. Roses need a lot of hydration and food to remain healthy.

6. Four weeks after planting, you should start soaking the bed every 2 weeks or so. You should do this in the morning for the best results.

7. Begin fertilization approximately 3 months after planting. Use 3-6 inches of mulch to control the moisture, temperature, and to stops weeds from coming up. Mulch also helps to lock in the vital nutrients your roses need in order to remain healthy.

8. Planting in the Spring is the best.

9. You want to plant your roses in an area that is well circulated with air. Your roses will not grow in an enclosed or tight area.

10. Dig a hole that is two times bigger than the amount of space that your roses take up. It makes it easier to plant them and creates a spaced area for them to grow with freedom. Poor circulation for your roses can cause fungal diseases. Using a larger hole also makes it easier for you to pull them up later and pot them if you’d like.

I have two roses bushes that are climbers. One is red and the other one is pink. I have a lilac bush that died  :'(. I replanted it 3 years ago and i knew i was taking a gamble to do it. I was so pretty and full of lilacs and the smell........ahhhh so nice. After i moved it, it never recovered from the trauma.

I also have 2 peach trees and i really thought i would not get any peaches living in such a cold climate. But i do get them every summer!! The first year i got peaches i was soooooooooo excited! I remember seeing the first one ever....i thought there was a small orange ball stuck in the tree.......lmaooo!!

All and all i don't have a green thumb. I plant flowers that are easy to grow and pray!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 22, 2010, 09:05:33 PM
I like to grow herbs. Fresh basil in a big pot of homemade marinara sauce. Fesh cilantro to add to salsa and fresh chives for a loaded bake potatoe smothered in sour cream.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 10, 2010, 10:06:44 PM
Hiya Members,

We all get sad from time to time. Sometimes all we need is a push to help us get out of the blues. I know for me just coming here when i feel blue always perks me up!

Here is some tips when your feeling blue

•    Don’t be too harsh with yourself. It’s going to take time to get things done like you used to and to feel like your old self. Changes are not going to happen overnight, so don’t be overly critical of yourself if you make mistakes or don’t get as much done as you’d like. You’re having a hard enough time without getting on your own case.

•    Be realistic. Making a laundry list of things to do is a surefire way to set yourself up for failure. Start with small positive changes and work from there. If you’re not realistic you’ll just end up frustrated and more depressed.

•    Surround yourself with people. While you may just want to curl up and be alone, this isn’t the best or easiest route for you when you’re depressed. Having others around you to give you a helping hand, talk to you and provide you with inspiration is important to feeling better and getting back into the swing of things, even if you feel like you just want to shut everyone out.

•    Move around. Lying in bed all day or hunkering down on the couch isn’t going to do much but give you more time to feel bad about things. When you force yourself to get up, even if only for a short walk or to tend to some plants outside, you’ll be helping yourself feel better physically and mentally.

•    Start a project. For many, this may seem like that last thing they want to do but an enjoyable project can give you something to concentrate on that will bring your thoughts away from depression and give you something to feel proud of when you’re done.

•    Make a plan. If even the smallest tasks seem like a chore, start small with planning out what you’re going to do each day. In the morning, write down the things you’d like to accomplish and in the evening, go back and check off what you did. This can help you regain your sense of control over your life at a time when it seems the most chaotic.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 10, 2010, 10:12:33 PM
Oh yeah one more thing..........listen to this and i guarantee it will make you smile!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: MommyMachine on June 10, 2010, 10:29:58 PM
Thanks alot for all your hard work Lips.


:-*
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 10, 2010, 10:39:44 PM
Thank YOU sweet mommy for bringing so many smiles to all our faces everyday!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 23, 2010, 02:42:52 PM
Hiya Guys and Dolls,

With the summer well underway with it brings beastly thunderstorms. Here is some tips for safety during the thunderstorm season:

Severe Thunderstorm Watch is issued when severe thunderstorms are possible in and close to the watch area. The watch is issued to alert you to the possibility that thunderstorms with damaging winds and large hail may develop. Listen to NOAA Weather Radio and your local media weather updates and stay informed!

Severe Thunderstorm Warning is issued when a severe thunderstorm has been spotted and is going to move through your county soon. The key is to remain CALM, but take precautionary action IMMEDIATELY to protect your life and property.

Be Prepared

Know the county in which you live and the names of nearby cities. Severe weather warnings are issued on a county basis.

Have disaster supplies on hand, including:

Flashlight and extra batteries
Battery-operated radio and extra batteries
First aid kit and manual
Emergency food and water
Non-electric can opener
Essential medicines
Checkbook, cash, credit cards, ATM cards
Before the Storm

Check the weather forecast before leaving for extended periods outdoors.

If a storm is approaching, keep a NOAA Weather Radio or AM/FM radio with you.
Watch for signs of approaching storms.
Postpone outdoor activities if storms are imminent.
Check on neighbors who require special assistance: infants, the elderly, and people with disabilities.
During the Storm

Remember:  If you can hear thunder, you are close enough to the storm to be struck by lightning.  Go to safe shelter immediately.

Move to a sturdy building or car. DO NOT take shelter in small sheds, under isolated trees, or in convertible automobiles.
If lightning occurs and sturdy shelter is not available, get inside a hard top automobile and keep the windows up.

Get out of boats and away from water.

Telephone lines and metal pipes can conduct electricity. Unplug appliances not necessary for obtaining weather information. Avoid using the telephone or any electrical appliances. Use phones only in an emergency.

Do not take a bath or shower

Turn off air conditioners. Power surges from lightning can overload the compressors.
Get to higher ground if flash flooding or flooding is possible. DO NOT attempt to drive to safety. Most flash flooding deaths occur in automobiles.

If you are caught outdoors and no shelter is nearby:

Find a low spot away from trees, fences, and poles.
If you are in the woods, take shelter under the shorter trees.
If you feel your skin tingle or your hair stand on end, squat low to the ground on the balls of your feet. Place your hands on your knees with your head between them. Make yourself the smallest target possible; minimize your contact with the ground.
After the Storm

Check on neighbors who may require special assistance -- infants, the elderly, and people with disabilities. Avoid all downed power lines. Assume they are live electricity. Continue to monitor NOAA Weather Radio and your local media for latest weather updates.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on July 10, 2010, 01:28:38 AM
Picnics, barbecues, and potlucks are wonderful ways to celebrate Summer, but whatever your plans, take care to prepare and transport food safely. Whether your picnic is an elaborate affair for a few dozen friends and relatives or a simple cook-out for a few, a little planning will help prevent food borne illnesses so common during the summer months.

Bacteria begin to multiply between 40°F and 140°F, so it's important to keep it either cold or hot right up to the moment of cooking and/or serving. To make cleanup easier, take garbage bags, paper towels and damp washcloths in plastic bags.

Have a safe and happy cookout season!

Transporting Food

Make sure your cooler will keep foods at 40°F, or plan foods that are less perishable, such as luncheon meats, cheese, peanut butter, etc.. Keep drinks in a separate cooler, since it will be opened more often.
Plan ahead; try to take only what will be eaten so you won't have to worry about leftovers.

Don't partially precook meat or poultry before transporting; if it must be precooked, cook until done then chill before packing in the cooler.

Pack condiments in small containers rather than taking whole jars.

Put the cooler in the inside of the car rather than the hot trunk, and keep it in the shade at your destination; replenish ice often.
If you cook food ahead of time, chill thoroughly before putting it in the cooler. If you take hot food, wrap the dish in aluminum foil and towels to keep it above 140°F; if it's a long trip it may be best not to take a hot dish.

Take-out foods like fried chicken or barbecue should be eaten within 2 hours of purchase or thoroughly chilled before adding to the cooler and transporting.

Safe Grilling

Be sure all utensils, plates, and cooking surfaces are clean, and your hands are washed well before handling food.
Take only as much food out of the cooler as you're going to cook right then.
When meat is cooked, transfer to a clean plate or platter - never place cooked meat on a platter which held raw meat.

The USDA recommends fully cooking meats to ensure bacteria is destroyed. To be sure bacteria are destroyed, hamburgers and ribs should be cooked to 160° F or until the center is no longer pink and juices are clear.

Cook ground poultry to 165° F and poultry parts to 180° F. Reheat pre-cooked meats until steaming hot.

Never reuse marinades that have come in contact with raw meat, chicken or fish, and don't put the cooked food back into an unwashed container or the dish that contained the marinade.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: alairauston on July 13, 2010, 06:03:03 AM
This are the  another best tips :=
Eat lots of fruit and vegetables.
Don't smoke. This does nasty things to your skin...
Drink lots of water.
Get plenty of sleep. of sleep.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 08, 2010, 12:37:59 PM
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An aphrodisiac is said to stimulate sexual desire. The word is derived from Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of sexuality and love. There are quite a few aphrodisiacs to entice the opposite sex so I am definitely taking notes. My sweetheart will appreciate my study time for sure.

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Aphrodisiacs for Flirting  ;)

Chili Peppers - Gets the face flushing, heart pumping, pores sweating, & blood flowing towards the genitals.
Bananas - Contains bufotenine, a chemical that acts on the brain to increase happiness, self-confidence, & sex drive.
Carrots   - Have strong fibrous ingredients that supercharge the body & lead to a feeling of strong sexual desire.
Damiano - This “lover's herb” contains alkaloids, which stimulate blood flow to genitals & increase sensitivity.
Clary Sage - Is known for decreasing inhibitions with its relaxing, euphoric, mildly intoxicating effects.

Aphrodisiacs for Seduction  :P

Oysters - Contain zinc, essential mineral for men needed for sperm production. Also releases testosterone in women.
Shrimp   - High in iodine, which is needed by the thyroid gland that regulates energy, including sexual energy.
Chocolate - Includes caffeine and a plant substance called phytosteral that mimics human sex hormones.
Ginger   - Comes from the root of the plant & increases blood flow to the genitals in both men and women.
Olives   - Green ones make men more virile while black ones are believed to increase sex drive for women.
Tomatoes - Known as “love apples” & forbidden by Puritans because of its reputation as a potent sexual stimulant.
Asparagus - Rich with potassium, phosphorous, calcium, and vitamin E, all vital for increased hormone production.
Apples   - Ever since Biblical days apples have been known as the fruit of temptation.  They are also filled with vitamins, minerals, and enzymes that stimulate sexual desire.

Aphrodisiacs for Exploration  :o

Licorice - Contains plant estrogens and stimulates the sex glands, bringing oxygen to the female genitals 40% faster.
Pumpkin Pie or Pumpkin Seeds - The top contender to increase penile blood flow an average of 40% faster.
Muira Puama   - The American Journal of Natural Medicine stated: “One of the best herbs to use for erectile dysfunction or lack of libido (also known as potency wood).
Cinnamon - This sweet, spicy flavor and aroma has been used to aid in the treatment of impotence and proven to be sexually stimulating for men.
Basil - Considered the sacred herb of India, it awakens the senses, stimulates blood flow, and relieves fatigue.
Artichoke - Share this sex vitamin, high in Vitamin C, folic acid, magnesium, and phosphorus with your lover because it’s fun to eat together!
Celery   - Contains androsterone, a powerful male hormone released through sweat glands to attract women.

Aphrodisiac Aromas  :D

Pheromones - Designed by nature to ensure we attract a biologically suitable mate.  Produced in sweat glands that are attached to hair follicles: head, underarms, and genitals.
How they work - Pheromones are released into the air from sweat that evaporates from our skin in the 40 million skin cells we shed each day.
Erotic aromas for men    - Cinnamon, popcorn, pumpkin pie, and doughnuts.
Erotic aromas for women - Melon, chocolate, oranges, and bread.
Erotic scents for men   - Vanilla, lavender, and Jasmine
Erotic scents for women - Musk, orange blossom, and sandalwood
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 08, 2010, 01:07:27 PM
oooohhh lala baby i am going grocery shopping tonite!!!!

Now if only a had a man!!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on August 08, 2010, 03:05:03 PM
Ooh very nice!!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on August 09, 2010, 12:55:27 AM
I really had to come back to this thread and make a comment, this is a fascinating subject in this thread, and Froggy i thank you for bringing it.

I don't see nothing wrong with a little bump'n grind, that quickie in the park, elevator or drive-thru, getting excitingly hot and sexual sliding on top or down below while driving, or those roaming hands at the movie theater while he hides it with the popcorn box. I can be that little freak if I want to. I think just a man being a man and knowing the package he carries with all the natural aphrodisiactic gifts and appetizers he offers is magical. He is actually an executive sexually erotic chef with his own steamy and delicious ideas. But at the same time it is also very relaxing and fun to be with a man alone in the comfort of the warm loving home you built for him, exploring the multitude of the natural erogenous areas and erotic feelings both can encounter and appreciate, spending this time together romatically surrounded and enhanced by natural foods, aromas and natural scents of sexual desire and stimulation.. what a pleasure indeed

I think I'll go dab some vanilla behind my knees, make some sexy spaghetti with basil, make a trail of chocolate kisses leading to the bedroom.. and later I'll pop some popcorn..

Tomorrow we BBQ shrimp.. endulge in raw carrots and pumpkin seeds, baked cinnamon apple slices.. then we shall have intercourse.. i mean the main course..

Now.. i got my menu..my ideas..this skimpy apron.. i just need a man too

 :( ....
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 15, 2010, 02:57:36 PM
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1. You can do whatever you darn well please.
2. Shave your legs and the razor is never dull from his face.
3. Not only is your razor not dull, who needs to shave at all now?
4. You can leave bra and other unmentionables in view.
5. You can slump around the house in any old thing.
6. You don't have to think about birth control, calendars or ovulation. Aunt Flo can
visit whenever she likes.
7. You can go out and flirt as much as your heart desires, without a worry in the world.
8. The toilet seat issue -- need I say more?
9. Free drinks at bars! Men seem to know when you're single and tend to be very
generous.
10. You can have male friends without having to defend yourself and explain that nothing else is going on.
11. You can finally see all the good videos -- the romantic, cheesy films.
12. No one grossing out over Tampax wrappers being anywhere in the house.
13. You don't have to wear G-string panties unless you want to wear them.
14. You can have sexual gratification at any time, not just when the sports games are
over.
15. You don't have to deal with anyone's grumpy, moody personalities.

8 reasons for the guys (let’s face it, there aren’t too many reasons for you guys): courtesy of askmen.com

1. You can take your time to find the right woman.
2. You can focus on your career.
3. You can do whatever you want, when you want.
4. You can enjoy a sexual smorgasbord.
5. You can build wealth.
6. You can enjoy serenity.
7. You can keep your toys.
8. You don’t have to compromise.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on August 15, 2010, 03:46:25 PM
I have heard a tip (and on more than one occasion) that if you put Hemorrhoid cream under your eyes, it gets rid of the bags and wrinkles.  It's cheap to buy over the counter at any chemist/drugstore.  I've never had the guts to try it out.

Has anyone else heard of this?

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: MommyMachine on August 15, 2010, 04:01:23 PM
Yes, and I know friends who live by it, alot of the beauty pageant contestants swear by it too...


Go figure, do they put mascara on the butt?

LOL


:-*
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on August 15, 2010, 04:10:59 PM
Yes, and I know friends who live by it, alot of the beauty pageant contestants swear by it too...


Go figure, do they put mascara on the butt?

LOL


:-*

I hope not!  LMAO!

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blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 16, 2010, 07:02:53 PM
Lmaoooooooo your little bingo balls huh?

I do have a question though. You said the boys can keep their toys.....what about the girls?
 :P :P :P :P :P :P


Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 16, 2010, 07:04:45 PM
Lmaoooooooo your little bingo balls huh?

I do have a question though. You said the boys can keep their toys.....what about the girls?
 :P :P :P :P :P :P


Lips

Well if you're single, you're sure gonna need em'
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 17, 2010, 09:00:22 PM
I really had to come back to this thread and make a comment, this is a fascinating subject in this thread, and Froggy i thank you for bringing it.

I don't see nothing wrong with a little bump'n grind, that quickie in the park, elevator or drive-thru, getting excitingly hot and sexual sliding on top or down below while driving, or those roaming hands at the movie theater while he hides it with the popcorn box. I can be that little freak if I want to. I think just a man being a man and knowing the package he carries with all the natural aphrodisiactic gifts and appetizers he offers is magical. He is actually an executive sexually erotic chef with his own steamy and delicious ideas. But at the same time it is also very relaxing and fun to be with a man alone in the comfort of the warm loving home you built for him, exploring the multitude of the natural erogenous areas and erotic feelings both can encounter and appreciate, spending this time together romatically surrounded and enhanced by natural foods, aromas and natural scents of sexual desire and stimulation.. what a pleasure indeed

I think I'll go dab some vanilla behind my knees, make some sexy spaghetti with basil, make a trail of chocolate kisses leading to the bedroom.. and later I'll pop some popcorn..

Tomorrow we BBQ shrimp.. endulge in raw carrots and pumpkin seeds, baked cinnamon apple slices.. then we shall have intercourse.. i mean the main course..

Now.. i got my menu..my ideas..this skimpy apron.. i just need a man too

 :( ....

Imagin you have such a way with words. I'm gonna have to steal that menu!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on August 19, 2010, 08:18:48 PM
Hello My Little Bingo Balls!

LMAOOOOO... it just gives me images.. and Thank You Froggy for the compliment!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 23, 2010, 08:07:31 PM
Hello my darling dabbers,

Every bingo player needs strong hands.  Here are some finger exercises to keep your hands in tip top shape.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/th_h9991567_002.jpg) (http://s955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/?action=view&current=h9991567_002.jpg)

Silly; I know, but you will thank me when you have the hand power to:
•   Be the first to get in on the online chat specials
•   Put your hand up and stop someone dead in their tracks from sitting next to you and messing up your “vibe”.
•   Sign bingo as you yell it…for added effect.
•   Stare people down at bingo motioning “I’m watching you”.

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LOL have a great week!!!!

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on August 23, 2010, 08:15:37 PM
Oh thank you so much froggy, yes i agree finger speed and grip, along with perfect coordination, and the finger strength to poke'em in the chest when they sit in your seat.. very important

Thank you for sharing these tips, im doing my finger excersizes as we speak.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 23, 2010, 09:25:28 PM
hahahahahahahhahahaha!!! All together now let's do our exercises!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 29, 2010, 04:27:14 PM
Hello Bingo Charms,

When you’re up late playing bingo and having a few cocktails, you don’t want to worry about a hangover. Here are some tips to avoid praying to the porcelain god courtesy of eHow.com. A hungover bingo player is not a happy bingo player.


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When it comes to preventing a hangover, time seems to be the best cure. Most of the things people have told you are false. The first thing to avoid in order to prevent hangovers is not to mix any kind of carbonated drinks with alcohol; also avoid any fruit juices mixed in alcohol because the sugar can help the alcohol reach your bloodstream quicker and it can make you become dehydrated faster.

Eat potatoes
Eating before you consume alcohol will definitely help to reduce the chance of a hangover. Try eating potatoes before drinking alcohol because they contain flavonoids which can help reduce hangover symptoms; some say eating boiled potatoes prior to consuming alcohol allows them to drink more but not feel the effects as much.

If you are going to be drinking vodka, do not mix it with fruit drinks, energy drinks or anything containing carbonation or you will get dehydrated quicker which will give you a hangover.

Drink a lot of fluids like water
You are better off just doing shots and chasing it with at least 6 ounces of water. Just remember to eat first, and with every beer you consume; drink 6 to 8 ounces of plain water and the odds of getting a hangover will be slim to none.

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Have a great week!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on August 29, 2010, 05:22:52 PM
Oh Thank you froggy, these are great tips.. oh those hangovers are terrible.. i was wondering are there any tips on how to remember what you did the night before.. or any that help you forget, or any tips that help with the silly things you do while drinking, like lighting your lips on fire because you someway switched the positioning of the cig and lighter.. many times i've tried the "it wasn't me" routine.. but they have film to back it up...
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 29, 2010, 05:47:03 PM
The only tip I can give you is to GET that film.... and hand it straight over to me.  :P
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 31, 2010, 06:23:57 PM
I would like to know if there is any tips for drunk dialing or drunk text messaging.......!!!!

Great post froggy!!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 05, 2010, 01:28:58 PM
Hi y’all!

As a bingo player you know the importance of fresh breath! (just go with it)
We are about to embark on an adventure to learn how to keep the breath from smelling like hot garbage. C’mon you know there are all kinds of bad breath.

For example there are:
The “hot”
The “hot garbage”
The “wanna know what I had for dinner”
The “wanna know what I had for dinner 4 days ago”
The “hi I don’t brush my tongue”

This is not a comprehensive list, so feel free to add.

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So here we go, 8 easy steps to banish bad breath courtesy of WebMD.

Don't let your tongue become a dirty carpet.
Bad breath often strikes when people aren't properly taking care of their oral health. The odor is usually caused by decaying food particles and bacteria in your mouth. That's why brushing and flossing your teeth is so important, but don't forget to gently brush your tongue to get rid of even more bacteria.

Chew gum like it's going out of style.
"When you chew gum it makes you salivate, and the more saliva you have in your mouth the fewer bacteria you have. It not only mechanically washes bacteria out, but we have antiseptic and enzymes in our saliva that kill bacteria," says Wolner.

Choose cinnamon -- it's sweeter.
A recent study of the cinnamon-flavored gum Big Red found that cinnamon might have breath-odor fighting abilities. Unlike other flavors, cinnamon is not just a cover-up, Wolner tells WebMD. In fact, he says, an ingredient in the flavoring appears to actually decrease the bacteria in your mouth. The only problem is that sugar gums are bad for your teeth, so stick to sugarless cinnamon-flavored gum instead.

Drink more water.
Wolner says the older you get the more likely you are to get dehydrated. You might not even notice you're thirsty, he says, so make drinking water a habit, because water will help keep the bacteria in your mouth to a minimum. Drinking water has a lot of health benefits, and preventing bad breath is one of them.

Rule out rare causes for bad breath.
While most bad breath can be banished with simple hygienic steps, there are times when dental or medical conditions might be the culprit. Make an appointment with your dentist if an unsavory odor takes residence in your mouth.

Have a slice of bread.
If you're on one of the many popular low-carb diets, remember that bad breath or "ketone breath" is a potential side effect when you always have that burger sans bun. You can try different methods of masking the odor, such as gum or tart candies, but adding a few carbs to your daily diet might also do the trick.

Get a water pick.
You can't really clean your entire mouth with a toothbrush. "Using an irrigator or water pick cleans everything out around and under your gums and between your teeth," says Wolner. "If food lingers between your teeth where a toothbrush doesn't reach, it's fermenting." Next time you floss, take a whiff of your floss after you're done, and you'll have a good idea about what fermented or rotten food particles smell like.

Don't let bad breath go to your head.
If you think you have bad breath, get a second opinion. "A large proportion of people who think they're social pariahs with terrible breath don't have bad breath at all," says Wolner.


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Have a minty fresh week!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 05, 2010, 02:03:16 PM
Lmaoooo i love it girl!! Ya know you got bad breath when you waltz in a bingo chat room and everyone leaves!!!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on September 05, 2010, 02:27:13 PM
LOL Froggy.. excellent tips.. ladies i need a second opinion.... when i went to say good morning to my mornin'glorys, they all keel'd over and said good night :( and my buttercups glowed cottage cheese!

haaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah.... well?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 08, 2010, 11:45:11 AM
Hmmmm second opinion you say..............

Here is a suggestion: Don't go out in the morning!! Instead play bingo til noon. Peek your head out the door and if the flowers are in all their glory and you must go out...where a mask.......wink!!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 13, 2010, 08:14:44 PM
Hello my dazzling dabbers!

Just because summer is almost over doesn't mean you can let those tootsies go.
Keep getting those pedicures. You wouldn't want to cut your partner in bed would you?

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Let's face it, with all the gambling we're doing there's just not a lot of time for anything else. Here are some natural ways to keep those feet looking gorgeous in between pedicures courtesy of iloveindia.com.

Natural Foot Care

Feet Soak

Supplies Needed
1 cup Lemon Juice
¼ tsp Cinnamon Powder
2 tbsp Olive Oil
¼ cup Milk
Water
Tub

Instructions
Fill a tub with warm water and put the lemon juice, cinnamon powder, olive oil and milk in it. Mix well.
Put your feet in the tub and let them soak in the water for 10-15 minutes.
Now, wash your feet with a mild soap, dry them with a towel and apply a foot care cream.

Foot Lotion

Supplies Needed
1 tbsp Almond Oil
1 tbsp Olive Oil
1 tsp Wheat Germ Oil
12 drops Eucalyptus Essential/Fragrance Oil
Bottle (dark-colored)

Instructions
Take a dark colored bottle and put almond oil, olive oil, wheat germ oil and eucalyptus oil in it.
Shake the bottle shake extremely well and store in a cool, dry place.
To use the lotion, just rub it into your feet and heels, after you have cleaned and dried them.

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Have a great week!!!

Love ya,

Froggy
 
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 13, 2010, 09:17:02 PM
Thank you froggy. Pretty toes are important when your gonna play footsies under the table......he he he!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 22, 2010, 08:12:39 PM
Hello Bingo Babes!!!

Stress can be a killer. Life happens right! So, after a nail biting game of BINGO let the power of massage relax you. Even these two enjoy a good massage. It can be great for too.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/massage.jpg)


The Benefits Of Massage
What exactly are the benefits of receiving massage or bodywork treatments? Useful for all of the conditions listed below and more, massage can:
Alleviate low-back pain and improve range of motion.
Assist with shorter, easier labor for expectant mothers and shorten maternity hospital stays.
Ease medication dependence.
Enhance immunity by stimulating lymph flow—the body’s natural defense system.
Exercise and stretch weak, tight, or atrophied muscles.
Help athletes of any level prepare for, and recover from, strenuous workouts.
Improve the condition of the body’s largest organ—the skin.
Increase joint flexibility.
Lessen depression and anxiety.
Promote tissue regeneration, reducing scar tissue and stretch marks.
Pump oxygen and nutrients into tissues and vital organs, improving circulation.
Reduce postsurgery adhesions and swelling.
Reduce spasms and cramping.
Relax and soften injured, tired, and overused muscles.
Release endorphins—amino acids that work as the body’s natural painkiller.
Relieve migraine pain.


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Have a great week!

Source massagetherapy.com
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 22, 2010, 10:29:22 PM
I have never had a massage!!! I know it has to be the most awesome experience ever! Maybe i will treat myself to a spa day and get the works.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on September 23, 2010, 01:44:33 PM
I love the pic Froggy.  I've never had a massage either and I know I would more than likely drop off into a wonderful dozy snooze.  Sounds wonderful.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 02, 2010, 05:23:41 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

We don't want to be sneezing all over our bingo cards now do we? Take some precautions this year to avoid the flu and spreading it around the bingo halls. Most importantly wash your hands. I have seen people do the two second cold water sprinkle. That is not going to kill those germs!

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Here's what The Center For Disease Control has to say:

Flu is a serious contagious disease that can lead to hospitalization and even death. In 2009–2010, a new and very different flu virus (called 2009 H1N1) spread worldwide causing the first flu pandemic in more than 40 years. Flu is unpredictable, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) expects the 2009 H1N1 virus to spread this upcoming season along with other seasonal flu viruses.

CDC urges you to take the following actions to protect yourself and others from influenza (the flu):

Take time to get a flu vaccine.

Take everyday preventive actions to stop the spread of germs.

Take flu antiviral drugs if your doctor prescribes them.

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Have a healthy week!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 04, 2010, 07:03:57 AM
Don't ya just hate rude people in public who will sneeze and not cover their mouth. I start heading for the hills real fast to get out of the line fire or should i say spray!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 04, 2010, 07:57:19 PM
Don't ya just hate rude people in public who will sneeze and not cover their mouth. I start heading for the hills real fast to get out of the line fire or should i say spray!

Lips

Oh oh oh! How about they hold one side of their nose and blow out the other side on the ground. EWWWWWWWWWWWW
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 10, 2010, 12:26:55 PM
Hello My Bouncing Bingo Balls!

Did you know that laughter is actually good for you? I laugh really hard at something almost everyday. It doesn't take much to make me laugh but it feels great! You know the kind of laugh that makes the tears start streaming?


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helpguide.org says laughter is good for your health and here's why:

Laughter relaxes the whole body. A good, hearty laugh relieves physical tension and stress, leaving your muscles relaxed for up to 45 minutes after.

Laughter boosts the immune system. Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease.

Laughter triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Endorphins promote an overall sense of well-being and can even temporarily relieve pain.

Laughter protects the heart. Laughter improves the function of blood vessels and increases blood flow, which can help protect you against a heart attack and other cardiovascular problems.

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Have a great week!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 12, 2010, 11:20:54 AM
Laughing does make you feel sooo much better! Once i get on a kick of laughing i can not stop!

Thanks for bringing us some great feel good tips!  ;)

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 16, 2010, 06:16:27 PM
Hello My Little Troll Dolls!

This week we are going to get rid of those pesky razor bumps. Ouch! I 've got a few ways to prevent them comin' right up.


(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/Untitled-12.jpg)

Courtesy of getridofthings.com

First of all, don’t shave every day if you suffer from regular razor bumps.

Softening your hair with warm water will help you get a better shave and get rid of razor bumps.

Always apply shaving cream (a good one) to the skin before shaving and allow the shaving cream to sit on your face for a couple of minutes before shaving to help it soften the skin and hair.

Rinse your shaving razor with rubbing alcohol before and after every use, and change the blade at least once a week to get rid of razor bumps.

If you’re still getting razor bumps, don’t pick or squeeze the bumps, and stop rubbing your skin if you want to get rid of razor bumps.

Whew! Now that that's all sorted out, let's grab our Bingo Card (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/182) and play some bingo!

Have a great week!

Froggy
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 18, 2010, 12:58:40 PM
That baby boy is too cute!! Thanks froggy for all the great tips you put together every week for us. Some have been very useful for me.

Now for the opposite rule, wonder what tips there are for the guys who want to grow a beard and don't shave. My good friend who is smoking hot in a beard just had to shave it off cuz it itched too much.

Any suggestions?

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on October 18, 2010, 01:10:42 PM
How about a conditioner or a moisturiser to cure that itchy beard.  Apparently the itchyness only lasts a week - not that I have a personal knowledge of this cos I've never had a beard (and hope that I never will!).

Just a thought.

blue 
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on October 18, 2010, 02:44:51 PM
I love all these tips! Yeah.. i think Blues tips would help, the problem with beards is the skin is dry underneath, when i grow my beard out i use a little bit of light babyoil, just a little bit now.. you don't want people following the drips lol.. j/k'n .. i did eventually shave my beard off, it didn't look right on me.. i prefer just a slight moostash..
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 18, 2010, 06:42:44 PM
Oh Imagin, you crack me up!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 23, 2010, 01:19:43 PM
Hello Bingo Beez (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/860)!

If for some ungodly reason your internet is down and bingo is inaccessible, what do you do?
I am about to solve all your problems. Oh yes! Take this list and print it out. Keep it hidden under your mattress and refer to it when you don't know what to do with yourself.


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THINGS YOU CAN DO WITH ABSOLUTELY NOTHING

Blink wildly and then close your eyes really tight for an interesting light show
(Amusement Potential: 1-5 minutes)
See a variety of blobs, stars and flashes. Try to make out shapes and see if your subconscious is trying to send you a message (perhaps that funny shape is saying, 'send all your money to urban75.com'?)

See how long you can hold a note
(Amusement Potential: 4-20 minutes)
Not that much fun, but it sure passes the time. Play with a friend, or try to beat your own personal best. Inhale deeply and then try and make a noise for as long as you can. Earn extra points for making your partner laugh or ending on an amusing note.

Try to not think about penguins
(Amusement Potential: 1-5 minutes)
This is especially hard, because by trying too much, you remember what you were trying to avoid thinking of. If you try too little, you end up thinking about penguins anyway.

Use your secret mind power
(Amusement Potential: 5-10 minutes)
Pick a passing by and try to use your mind power to command them do something, like drop their bag or knock into someone. The law of averages dictates that sooner or later one of your mind commands will come true, so you can convince yourself that you really have super human powers and waste even more time trying them out.

Pretend you're a robot
(Amusement Potential: 1-3 minutes)
Walk down the street with mechanical movements, adding 'zzzzzt' sounds with each motion. Pretending to have a motor broken in, say, your left hand can add at least 30 seconds more entertainment.

Rate passers by
(Amusement Potential: 10-15 minutes)
Secretly award passers by marks out of ten as you go along, offering (unsaid) expert criticism over their clothing, hairstyle and footwear choices.

Repeat the same word over and over until it loses its meaning
(Amusement Potential: 1-3 minutes)
Pick a random word out of a magazine and say it aloud to yourself until it becomes a meaningless set of noises.

Pretend to be a car
(Amusement Potential: 5-10 minutes)
Make appropriate revving noises in your head as you walk along and add a racing commentary as you pass strangers in the street. Use blinking eyes as indicators for extra authenticity.

Make Star Trek door noises
(Amusement Potential: 1-2 minutes)
Stand by an electric door to a bank or something and make that silly "Scccccccchwop" sound heard whenever people popped on to the bridge to hang with Captain Kirk.

Look at something for awhile, shut eyes, study after image
(Amusement Potential: 2-5 minutes)
Another great time waster. It takes about 30 seconds of staring to create an after image, and the image is then viewable for about the same length of time. Fun to combine this one with pushing on your eyes.

Get yourself as nauseated as possible
(Amusement Potential: 5-10 minutes)
Best achieved by looking straight up and spinning around. Try to be so dizzy you can't even stand up. This is also entertaining due to the "makes boredom seem a lot better" effect (see "Hurt Yourself").

Invent a weird twitch
(Amusement Potential: 5-10 minutes)
Adopt a bizarre twitch (e.g. flicking your head irregularly, twitching with eye or busting out sporadic cough noises) and try it out when you go shopping.

Make a low buzzing noise
(Amusement Potential: 15-30 minutes)
Hours of fun in libraries! Keeping a totally straight face and looking nonchalant, make a low pitch humming/buzzing noise and see who reacts.

Have a fun filled week!!!


Source urban75.org

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on October 23, 2010, 06:42:31 PM
LMAO - I love these Froggy especially the penguin one.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 25, 2010, 10:38:51 AM
Froggy these are hysterical! It almost makes me wish i didn't have the internet.....NOT!!!!

Thanks for the good laugh.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on October 28, 2010, 01:58:39 PM
LMFAOOOOO @ Froggys Avatar!!!!!!!!! I had to say that first... LOLOLOL

I tried the blink one it works!!!

I can just imagine myself sitting bored on a bus stop or in a conference or seminar and suddenly start pretending i'm a car, or doing the robot!!

And OMG i could NOT stop thinking about penguins, and i got this weird twitch now... HELP!

Very funny stuff Froggy THANK YOU!!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 05, 2010, 08:07:14 PM
Hello Dazzling Dabbers!

Wind burn is a nasty thing! I've found the perfect solution to this problem. Feel free to let the wind whip at your face. Check this out!

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Ah, isn't it the answer to all your prayers? I know it is for me. I couldn't sleep nights worrying about wind burn. What a relief. This one size fits all little baby won't break the bank either. See, I'm always thinking of you guys!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 05, 2010, 11:23:33 PM
lmaoooo! What great stocking stuffers too! Hey do you have any thing for rug burn......lmaooooo!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 06, 2010, 10:04:10 AM
You know I'm looking out for you Gurrrl!
Well lips, if you've been er...um.........shall I say riding a little rough, check this out.

 
How to Soothe Rug Burn

Frictions from carpet against skin causes friction burns. As skin gets pushed along the rug, the fibers of the rug remove layers of skin, exposing sensitive skin beneath. This can occur anywhere on the body that makes contact with the rug, but is common on the large joints (elbows and knees, for example). Rug burns aren't usually serious, but they can be quite painful. If enough skin is rubbed off, the area can scab. Treat rug burn as a minor burn or abrasion, because that is essentially what it is (and why it stings so much).

1. Gently wash the rug burned area with cool water. If the skin is broken, use an antibacterial soap to cleanse it. If it is very painful, you may apply ice to it; wrap the ice in a washcloth or towel first so you don't damage your skin.

2. Pat the skin dry with a soft cloth. Apply a topical analgesic to the area (use a triple antibiotic ointment with a pain reliever included, if skin is broken). This will temporarily relieve the burning sensation.

3. Keep the skin cool. Wear breathable, soft fabrics, if the rug burn is on an area (such as the knees) you must cover with clothing during cool weather. Apply more analgesic as frequently as the label indicates; otherwise let the burn remain exposed to air (not bandaged), clean and dry.



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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 20, 2010, 12:15:04 PM
Hey Bingo Babes!

Here are some tips to sort cut your holiday cooking. Anything I can do to give you more bingo time!

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1 WEEK BEFORE

-- Cook ahead: Soup can be made up to a week ahead and frozen if you follow a few guidelines. Add pasta, rice and other grains just before serving to avoid sogginess. Don't stir in milk or cream until dinnertime: if you freeze, they'll separate and curdle.

-- Money Saver! Get prepping: Toast your own croutons for stuffing and salads instead of spending on them in the store. When they've cooled completely, freeze in an airtight plastic bag until ready to use. Firm cheeses like cheddar and Parmesan also freeze nicely, so grate them now and save time later.

3 DAYS BEFORE

Money Saver! Shop for perishables, like fresh produce and dairy products: Trying to make room for incoming groceries may tempt you to throw out space hogs like bottles of juice, soda, beer and wine -- but you shouldn't have to buy them again. Put beverages in a cooler to save them for later use.
Start brining your bird: If you bought a fresh turkey or ham, submerge the meat in a brine solution and refrigerate for 24 hours. Drain, pat dry and return the turkey to the fridge until roasting time.

1 DAY BEFORE

Chop hard veggies like carrots, celery and turnips. Refrigerate them in airtight plastic bags. Prepare aromatic onions and garlic just before cooking because their flavors will dissipate quickly.
Get organized: Prepare cocktail garnishes. Squeeze lemon juice, peel garlic and wash herbs. Organize and label serving dishes; transfer them to a tagging area for easy plating at mealtime.

THE BIG DAY

Bake fresh: For prime freshness, bake biscuits, rolls, and par-baked bread today; their textures can change even overnight.
Roast veggies: Roasted vegetables like brussels sprouts, potatoes, and parsnips lose their crispness once they're refrigerated. Cook them today.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 20, 2010, 01:16:09 PM
Wonderful tips froggy! You must be quite busy this week with all the preparations you have listed here. Phewww take a break and kick your shoes off and relax a bit. Looks like you have earned it!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on November 20, 2010, 01:32:05 PM
Love it Froggy Thank You so much, i enjoy cooking, and most of the time i do from scratch, best thing to make but is a little work is homemade bread and pies.. the aromoa in your house and all down the block is mouth watering, the taste is undescribable... it's worth it.. i'm ALWAYS looking for tips and "genuis" ways of doing it LOL..
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 08, 2010, 01:23:12 PM
Tis the season to shop til u drop!!! Why how can it even be exhausting for us ladies who love to shop!

To help your holiday shopping to be a bit less stressful, here are a few tips for the holiday busy bees!!

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Don't Wait Until the Last Minute

Are you one of those people who adds to your own stress level by doing last minute Christmas shopping? Do you know better, but it seems to happen anyway?

Look at it this way... When you shop on Christmas Eve you're going to have to fight the crowds, choose from limited merchandise, and wait in long lines. Buy your gifts little by little, beginning in November, and you can avoid last-minute shopping fiascos.

Shop in Off-Peak Hours

Most stores aren't very busy early in the morning or late at night. Shop at slow times and you can forgo the crowds and long lines. Better yet, find some stores that are open 24 hours.

My brother does his Christmas shopping into the wee hours of the night. He can often get most of his shopping done in a single trip because the aisles aren't blocked and there's much less stress involved.

Take a List

Start your Christmas list early in the season. When the holidays near, keep a pen and paper handy to write down all of your gift ideas. Always take that checklist with you when you go shopping This way, you'll know exactly what you need to buy and you'll be less likely to forget anything.

Set a Budget

Are you still paying for Christmas gifts in January and February? Work out a budget and stick to it. Buy only affordable gifts and you'll find it much easier to pay off your holiday credit card debt.

Look for Sales

Watch ads and Black Friday ads and be on the lookout for in-store holiday sales. You can save a pretty good chunk of money because almost anything you may want to buy eventually goes on sale. Still, there are some things that won't and you'll need to decide whether to get it while it's available. Sometimes, you have to pay more for things you really want.

If you're up to it, consider taking advantage of "After Christmas Sales" to get wrapping supplies and gifts for next year. You'll have to put up with the crowds, but it may be worth the money you'll be saving and the satisfying feeling it gives.

Buy Extra Gifts

Find some "generic" items on sale that can be for a man or a woman, and purchase a couple of extras. Wrap them up and put a sticky note on the box stating what the item is. This way you'll always be prepared if someone unexpectedly gives you a gift, and you can avoid any embarrassment or hurt feelings by returning the favor.

Shop Online

Every year, more and more people shop from the comfort of their own home. All of your favorite stores are here online, so get your list and buy your Christmas presents at a leisurely pace to avoid the stress. Most online stores offer simple navigation and secure shopping.

The benefits to online shopping are additional security using your credit card and no sales tax if the company doesn't have a store in your state. Look for special deals that allow free shipping or discounts that will offset the shipping fees. (Usually the sales tax savings alone will do this.) When you shop online, you can find out instantly if an item is in stock, and you'll find a receipt right in your email inbox after the transaction.

Save Receipts

Be prepared for broken items, wrong sizes and duplicate gifts. Always save shopping receipts for 90 days after your purchase. This is about how long stores will allow a returns for unwanted items.

Reward Yourself

Finally, treat yourself to a special lunch or buy a small token for a job well-done. Christmas shopping isn't near so bad if you acknowledge your accomplishments and reward yourself with something inexpensive and fun.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 08, 2010, 06:53:22 PM
Thanks for the tips lips. I am such a procrastinator. Not waiting until the last minute this year. Need to get my butt out there soon though.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 18, 2010, 10:57:29 AM
Happy Holidays Bingo Balls!

Are you worried about entertaining your guests this holiday season?

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Here's a few games to thrill your guests.

Drink or Dare

This is a great game for any party, which includes alcohol. Generally use a mild alcohol for this game if your want the game to last longer. Sit in a circle and use a bottle to decide who goes first or just follow the seating order. Ask the person whether he/she want to go for a dare, if not then that person has to drink. Dare the person with funny tasks, which will increase the fun quotient at the party. The game gets really funny after a while…try it out!

Balloon Mania

All the guests at the party are split into teams of two, preferably pair people of opposite sex together. Now each couple gets a balloon, which has to be held between their foreheads. There is one person who is called the commander who has to give instructions like 'move two steps to the right’ or ‘Jump’ or even ‘complete one rotation’. The teams have to follow the instructions without dropping the balloon. As teams drop the balloon they are eliminated out of the game. The team that survives all the challenges emerges as the winner.

Two to Tango

This is also a couples game in the sense that it requires the guests to be divided into teams of two opposite sex people. The other things that you will need are – uniform sized pieces of cloth for every team and some great dance music. The couple need to step on the cloth and start dancing. After some time the music is stopped and the cpuples are supposed to fold the cloth into half and dance on it without stepping off the cloth area. After regular intervals the cloth is folded into halves. The couple that survives till the end is declared the winner.

Honey I Love You

This is a very popular party game, which requires the guests to sit in a circle and have one person sit in the middle. The person in the middle is supposed to walk up to anyone from the circle and say, Honey, I love you, won’t you give me a smile? The person in the circle is expected to answer without smiling and say Honey, I love you, but I just can’t smile (without smiling). The person in the circle loses if he/she smiles. The person in the middle can use all sorts of antics to make that person smile. Continue the game until you guys have fun…there is no winner or loser as such in this game.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 18, 2010, 11:07:36 AM
I have played more drink or dare game than i care to even admit!! Lots of fun memories of that game!  ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 18, 2010, 06:44:22 PM
Ah yes, it's an oldie but a goody lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 22, 2010, 11:58:37 AM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

Last minute shopping can be a beast for us beauties. I usually need a hot bath and a soothing meditation after a day of holiday shopping. It makes me crazy but as an expert procrastinator, I am thrown out there amongst the wolves. I had us all in mind when I came across this code of conduct.

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1. Don’t hold up the line at the cash counter to argue with spouses over the cell phone about a blocked credit card. Use another card or pay cash and then discretely deal with your problem.
2. Don’t hold up the line to argue with staff about issues unrelated to your bill. I think there are enough people scattered around a store to give you a patient hearing if you have complaints about service, merchandise, store décor or whatever. The person to see should be the store manager.
3. Don’t stand over people while they are eating, so that they swallow their food in a hurry to make way for you. It’s impolite and if you wanted that table so badly, you should have got there earlier. This is especially for the people who throng food courts with a vengeance on weekends despite knowing that there is going to be a large crowd.
4. Don’t park your shopping bags in all the free chairs for miles around you in the lounge area of malls and also don't block an aisle with your shopping cart.
5. Don’t jump the queue at any cost. You are not that important - either to the store per se and certainly not to the people who were waiting there before you showed up.
6. Don’t indulge your kids’ bad manners at the expense of other shoppers. Putting your foot down and saying ‘no’ will make them value the money you are spending on them. If they refuse to behave, then next time please leave them at home, so the rest of us can have an enjoyable and peaceful shopping experience.
7. Don’t go berserk at a sale and grab things out of people’s hands and step on their toes while doing it. You are asking for a black eye or verbal abuse and you just might get it…free of cost!
8. Don’t shoplift. Celebrities with money do it …and get caught. They can manage to convert kleptomania into a PR spectacle but can you?
9. Don’t be rude to the elderly, the handicapped and obese people. It reflects on your upbringing when you snigger at them. Not everyone has the body type of an anorexic teenager or a wannabe model…or wants to have one in the first place. Some women still do value their curves.
10. Don’t treat staff at the stores like they are your servants. They are there to help and guide and get paid to do it. They don’t get paid to take abuse and condescension. If you feel you are not getting their attention, then bring it up firmly and politely.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on December 23, 2010, 03:52:57 AM
Bingo Tarts!   I love it. 

Tempers are definitely high in the shopping malls.  I have to admit that I braved it on Tuesday morning and by the time I left, it was impossible to move without bashing someone with one of my many bags of Christmas goodies.  These are some great tips.

Thanks Froggy.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 23, 2010, 09:00:11 AM
The parking lots should be an entire new list. It's enough to raise your blood pressure!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 29, 2010, 07:08:27 AM
Hello Bingo Buddies!

We are fast approaching a new year. It's out with the old and in with the sex... er um... I mean in with the new! I searched high and low to bring you a listing of sexy New Year's resolutions. Why think up your own? Such a little time saver I am.


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Sexy New Year's Resolutions

Aries
Make out like teenagers. Don't go all the way. Kiss and kiss and kiss. Build the tension.

Taurus
Get more bendy. Flexibility is sexy. Stretch the bod in new and exciting ways.

Gemini
Change up your lovemaking routine. Get a pair of sexy dice to roll. Defy habit with a vengeance.

Cancer
Date and flirt for as long as possible before jumping in the sack. Even couple's that have been together forever deserve a first rate seduction. Plan it out.

Leo
Send love notes, sexy emails, sweaty psychic messages and generally tantalizing correspondence. Make communicating with you an erotic thrill.

Virgo
Learn more about your lover. Be insatiably curious about the sexy life and times of your partner. There is always more to discover.

Libra
Open your mind to possibilities that might have seemed too outrageous to you before. You don't have to act on the ideas, just wonder about them a little more.

Scorpio
Infuse your relationships with honesty, vitality, spontaneity and spirituality. These qualities inspire greater levels of intimacy.

Sagittarius
Unclutter and uncomplicate your love life. Get rid of the personal dynamic, belief or habit that stands between you and a blissful union.

Capricorn
Celebrate the big and small events and make a hoopla out of both. Enthusiasm is the nectar of the gods, and also happens to be an aphrodisiac.

Aquarius
Hang in there with someone you love through the rough patches. Be loyal. The pay off is glorious make-up sex, not to mention true friendship.

Pisces
Share more of yourself, your things, your friends, your experiences, your life. Share everything. But do it really, really slowly. You are a mystery that should take years and lifetimes to discover.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 29, 2010, 05:27:37 PM
Oh i love these resolutions! Got to share more of myself huh? Well i know i have always left a bit of mystery. I thought a little mystery to figure out kept em coming back for more..........

Ya know Give em something to talk about (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCmVUCIbwm0)

 ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 30, 2010, 06:52:51 AM
Great song lips! I'm an Aries so I'm supposed to make out and not go all the way this year.
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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 06, 2011, 06:57:36 AM
Hello Bingo Lovers!

This week is dedicated to the men. Are you going gray? Well here are some things to consider before you buy that first box of Just for Men.

P.S.
Personally, I say DON'T do it!!!


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A Professional Will Almost Always Produce Better Results: While there are several "just for men" home coloring kits, a professional colorist will be able to mix exactly the right color formula to ensure a natural looking result. A few companies now produce excellent professional hair coloring for men. I particularly like Redken Men Color Camo, a salon service that takes about ten minutes. The color fades over time, so you don't get a dramatic color change as it grows out.

Regular Coloring Can Be Expensive: Expect to pay about $20 or $30 (excluding haircut and tip) for a men's color treatment and plan on having it done monthly. For professional results, the price is worth it.

Natural Color Can Be Hard to Achieve at Home: For any type of color service, I recommend seeking the services of a professional as the results will almost always be more natural. I realize that, for some, this option can be prohibitively expensive. Should you choose to color at home, purchase a product specifically for men, always do a patch test, and follow the instructions exactly. You'll achieve a more natural result if your hair is a "standard" color. For home use, several of my salon clients have had good results using Just For Men, an over-the-counter hair color.

I will almost always recommend avoiding the use of chemicals which alter the hair's state or color. Instead, it is my feeling that you should find a barber or stylist who can create a style that looks great with the natural hair you have. A trendy haircut will give you a more youthful look. This approach is far cheaper and easier to maintain than chemical services.


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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on January 06, 2011, 07:31:32 AM
I agree....don't do it.

There is nothing sexier than a man with gray hair and a nice tan.  Woof!

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 06, 2011, 09:19:40 AM
Completely agree that gray hair is sexier on men. For some reason when a man dyes their hair, it's like you can instantly tell. That almost kills it. Just like women are stereo typed with certain beauty improvements, i think many women end up feeling a man is going through a mid life crisis when they dye it.

Leave the beauty tricks to women  ;).

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 15, 2011, 08:07:41 AM
Happy Saturday!

I saw a chick the other day that looked liked she had been through the wars with a bottle of self tanner. I completely understand the desire for a little color during these sunless months (for some of us) but please please please be careful! You want to avoid this don't you?


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Yikes!

Here are some tips for achieving the most natural results when experimenting with self tanner.

Exfoliate first. Sloughing off dead skin with a loofah or exfoliating shower gel allows a self-tanner to work on fresh, new skin. Your tan will look more even and will last longer.

Apply self-tanner lightly to areas where the skin is thick, such as elbows, knees, ankles and knuckles. Otherwise, those areas will end up darker. Also, you can avoid darkening your eyebrows and hairline by covering them with a thin coat of petroleum jelly.

Wash your hands right after applying a self-tanner, or wear latex gloves. There’s nothing natural-looking about bronzed palms and fingernails. For a realistic-looking tan, skip body parts that wouldn’t tan in the sun, like your inner arms.

Wait as long as possible before dressing or getting in bed — even longer than the “several minutes” recommended on many self-tanners — to lessen the chance the product will rub off. Avoid exercising (sweating), showering or swimming for six hours or more.


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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 24, 2011, 09:47:31 AM
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This week I'm thinking about your hands once again. As bingo players, our fingers may take quite a beating. Some of us may be seeing signs of arthritis. Here are some home remedies that may ease those sore fingers.


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Home Finger Therapy
Start with simple finger exercises to loosen stiff joints. Squeeze a soft rubber or foam ball in your hand. Or hold your hand in front of yourself with fingers spread open and try to bend each finger individually toward your palm and up again. Toy shops carry soft balls made to soak up water. Fill a sink or pan with warm water and gently squeeze the toy underwater.

Wear gloves for cleaning chores. Arthritic fingers may be numb and not feel hot or cold cleansers that can inflame joints and fingertips. Use therapeutic or driving gloves for winter driving because they protect fingers from cold and provide support for finger tendons and ligaments. Always use outdoor gloves for garden chores because chores and tools easily injure knuckles.

Easing Pain
Putting painful fingers in warm water eases swelling and stiff joints. Applying alternate hot and cold packs helps some joints, too. Ask your doctor about over-the-counter, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Some are effective for headache relief but not effective for arthritic joint pain.

Try joint salves and lotions containing pain relievers for sore joints. Put on the lotion or salve and then slip on cotton gloves while watching television or walking the dog. Gloves keep fingers warm so the medicated ointment is better absorbed by joints.

Have a great week!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 24, 2011, 11:20:14 PM
I think i sometimes get carpel tunnel in my wrists. It's alot harder on the wrist when you use a laptop because you don't have the pad to rest your wrists.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 31, 2011, 06:56:29 AM
Hi Bingo Lovers!

I was sitting here thinking about how much I love cookies. I found some tips to avoid eating those sweet little artery cloggers and thought I might share them with you. If you're a fellow cookie lover, read on.

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Oatmeal consists of good carbohydrates that lower cholesterol level. They also contain fat soluble fiber, which helps in flushing out the toxins from your body. Hence, consider eating the oatmeal options instead of flour-based cookies. DOES THIS MEAN I CAN EAT OATMEAL COOKIES???

Green tea is loaded with antioxidants, which aids in fighting cancer and since it enhances the metabolism, it helps in faster digestion of foods. On the other hand, the regular café latte contains approximately 190 calories. So, in place of regular café latte you can begin to take green tea to avoid the extra calories. SO NO COOKIES WITH MY GREEN TEA???

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on January 31, 2011, 07:04:19 AM
Yes I'm a cookie freak.  I love dark chocolate covered biscuits (dunked in my tea), choccy chip cookies and flapjacks (which have oats in them).

Thanks for the tips Froggy.

blue

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 31, 2011, 08:21:12 AM
I love cookies with my coffee. But i do have green tea. So i will have that at nite before i go to bed to burn off the morning cookie  ;D ;D
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 08, 2011, 06:57:46 AM
Hello My Little Pull Tabs!

This one is for the guys. I am doing you a favor and providing you a list of what NOT to buy your woman for Valentine's Day. If you want any romance you will steer clear of all items on this list!


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AVOID:

1. Flannel pj's
2. Any items to do with cooking
3. Any items to do with cleaning
4. Any items to do with serving you
5. Any items that will benefit you including lingerie. (She will choose what SHE is comfortable in on her own)
6. Gift certificate for a cosmetic surgical procedure
7. Fat free sugar free chocolates

I personally don't want anything stuffed either. I have no use for a stuffed piggy holding a heart that sings La Bamba.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on February 08, 2011, 12:14:23 PM
I know I'm not a guy and your tips this week were aimed at the men in our lives and the "don't buy" list is great but I would like to add a number 8 if I may.

8.  No plastic roses.

I hate those darn things.  They just gather dust and you can't do much with 'em.

Cheers Froggy.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 09, 2011, 12:16:46 AM
Great advice for the fellas froggy!!

Omg you crack me up blue...no plastic roses!! Does that mean they can be silk polyester  LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on February 09, 2011, 03:22:01 AM
 LOL LOL LOL  lol Lips - no.

If it isn't real, men shouldn't bother.  Maybe that should read "no FAKE roses".

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 09, 2011, 05:51:29 AM
No fake flowers of any kind! Let's be clear ladies  LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: crzygirl1980 on February 17, 2011, 02:20:46 PM
Hey toothpaste is awesome for mosquito bites! Just put a dab of toothpaste on the bite, and let it dry! Stops it from itching like crazy!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 17, 2011, 06:32:14 PM
I attract mosquito like you wouldn't believe. I've heard about the "X" in the middle to made it stop itching but the toothpaste is definitely a new one. I will keep that in mind this summer.

Thanks crzygirl1980!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 18, 2011, 05:05:52 AM
Hello Bingo Chickies!

The Indian art of Mehndi is absolutely beautiful. Aside from it's beauty it is natural and non-permanent.

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Mehndi - Culture Yesterday Fashion Today

There is something mesmerizing about mehndi and it’s no wonder that the ancient form of hand and feet painting has captivated many in the West. It’s in the intricate designs that take hours to create, the deep crimson color which shines clearly on the skin, the earthy aroma that fills the air …see for yourself.

Fashion is a funny thing. It allows an age-old tradition to suddenly become trendy and hip. Such is the case for the recent craze that has colored the West in the form of mehndi, more popularly known as henna. It’s cool, it’s ethnic, it’s hip. The demand for Mehndi supplies and do-it-yourselfkits is coming from all corners of the globe, including the U.S., Canada and countries all over Europe. There is even a Henna Page Discussion Forum on the Internet, where curious minds can ask questions and share stories about the art.

Intrigued by the creation of beautiful designs on the body, henna is being used by women worldwide as a mode of self-expression. But tell a person from the Indian sub-continent that mehndi is hip and they will look at you with bewilderment, because the art has been a part of their culture for centuries. More than just attractive designs, the use of mehndi is intimately connected to the tradition and culture of India.

Actually, the first tracings of henna were found in North Africa, on the hands of Egyptian mummies, dating back to the year 5000 B.C. It was believed that applying henna to the hands and feet would ward off evil. In India, the use of henna has its beginnings in the northern part of the country, during the 12th century when it was introduced by the Mughal rulers.

Mehndi became most familiar when Rajasthani women started using it as a symbol of art and design. Similar to the tradition of ceremonial floor painting in Rajasthan, known as mandana, mehndi uses motifs from ancient history, including the folk tales and mythology of India. Numerous folk songs and proverbs also exist about mehndi.

As a symbol of prosperity and good fortune, mehndi continues to play a major role in modern Indian society, particularly during important occasions like weddings. Even today, a special day is allotted in an Indian marriage for the application of henna on the bride, as well as family members and friends. It is yet another example of how modern Indian society has carried on an ancient popular tradition. But mehndi is not exclusive to weddings, in fact, it is used on numerous occasions, like Holi, Diwali, Rakshabandhan, Teej and Nagpanchami.

The designs originate from the practices followed on these occasions and represent specific objects, dresses, floral designs, leaves, flowers and birds associated with the festival. Popular designs include the scorpion, a symbol of love and romance in Rajasthan, as well as the peacock, the lotus flower and the fish.

Mehndi has a special role during Karva Chauth, celebrated mostly in North India in the month of October. On this occasion, women take the day off, apply mehndi, dress in their wedding clothes and fast for the well-being of their husbands until they see the moon at night. Although the art is used primarily for decoration today, the use of mehndi is expressive of a distinct culture and bond that is created between women on such occasions. Different emotions and characteristics of their lives can be seen in the art work and the designs themselves reveal many sublime aspects of women’s culture.

No doubt, the henna craze in the West will die out in due course, just as all fads do. But in India, the art will remain a part of the cultural tradition that has thrived in the country for centuries.

ABOUT HENNA

Henna is made from the leaves of the shrub for which it is named after. The red dye is extracted from the leaves and twigs of the henna shrub, found in not climate regions of the world like India, the Middle East and North Africa. The shrub is then ground into a powder, and mixed with hot water to from a dark green paste. In order to make intricate designs on the hands and feet, the paste is packed in a cone for easy decoration.

Although henna has been marketed in the West as a quick and easy way of “tattooing”, it is more accurately a form of staining or painting, since the dye is temporary and usually lasts 12 days. Application of henna is a serious art, taking hours to create exclusive designs. But experimentation with designs by a novice can also be extremely rewarding. Two distinct styles have emerged, one more geometrical, using straight lines and triangles, the other more creative, expressive and imaginative.

There are two varieties of mehndi, Hina Menhadi and Rajani. Of the two, Rajani is the variety know for its fragrance and shining bright color. The minute and more intricate designs require the use of this finer quality paste.

Apart from decoration, henna is used as a dye for hair and for healing sores. During the hot Indian summers, henna also acts as cooling agent when applied to the palm of the hands and the soles of the feet.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 24, 2011, 10:12:06 AM
Very interesting beauty tips here froggy. I have used henna on my hair and it makes its shine like nothing else i have ever used before.

Finding pure henna is tough to find. A lot stores that carry it have a small percentage of henna in it and it's not the same as the real deal.

There is even clear henna with no color at all. Just coats the hair shaft and protects with an awesome shine.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 27, 2011, 08:27:36 AM
Hi Bingo Lovers!

When I think about some of the beauty products out there it scares me to think of what we expose ourselves to. I switched to mineral powder for my face a few years back and kissed my breakouts goodbye. That's a great product in my book! Here's some tips that won't dip into your bingo money.


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Natural Beauty Tips

Sleeping on your back will prevent many wrinkles and breakouts on your face, and even wrinkles in your cleavage area.

Wearing clothes that are tight make you look heavier. Even a slim girl can bulge over too-tight jeans.

Put on a coat of clear nail polish before a colored polish to keep your nails from discoloring.

If you are unhappy with a hair conditioner, it will still make a great "shaving cream" for your legs in the shower.

When shaving, don't stretch the skin or you could cause ingrown hairs by shaving hair off slightly under the skin.

Sleeping on two or three pillows at a time, or on an Acid Reflux Sleep Wedge will help get rid of dark circles under your eyes.

After washing your face, rinse in cold water (fair-skinned people should use cool instead of cold) to close the pores and tighten the facial muscles.

If you are out of quick-dry spray for nails, dip your fingers into a bowl of ice-cold water. (Don't to touch the sides of the bowl.) Your nails will dry very quickly.

Clean hair brushes occasionally with dish soap and borax. In a dishpan of very warm water, add 1/2 cup of borax and a few drops of liquid dish soap. Swish the brushes to stir, rinse, and let air dry. Scrub any stubborn spots with a used toothbrush.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on March 12, 2011, 01:39:14 PM
St. Patrick's Day is around the corner!! Along with wearin of the green and a whole of kissing going on here is a meal that all bingo leprechauns are feasting on.........


Irish Soda Bread

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Ingredients

4 cups of unbleached all purpose flour

1 teaspoon of baking soda

1 teaspoon of salt

14 ounces of Buttermilk

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees. Grease a Dutch oven and preheat it in the 425 degree oven for about 15 minutes, while you prepare the dough.

In a large bowl, sift together the flour, baking soda and salt. Make a well in the center and slowly pour in the buttermilk, incorporating it into the dry ingredients with a wooden spoon a little at a time.

Once you have it all mixed together into sticky dough, turn it out onto a floured cutting board and knead lightly (too much kneading will make the gas escape).

Form the dough into a ball and flatten slightly into a disc shape. Dip a sharp knife in flour and cut an X mark across the top of the dough.

Place the dough into the preheated Dutch oven, cover with the lid and bake for 30 minutes.

Remove the lid and bake another 15 minutes.

Remove from the oven and enjoy.

Corn beef and Cabbage

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Prep Time: 10 Minutes
Cook Time: 2 Hours 25 Minutes
Ready In: 2 Hours 35 Minutes
Servings: 5
This traditional Irish dish is the centerpiece for many a St. Patrick’s Day table. Pre-seasoned corned beef – available at most grocery stores – takes a long, lovely simmer with potatoes, carrots and cabbage for a hearty and satisfying dish.
Ingredients:
3 pounds corned beef brisket with spice packet
10 small red potatoes
5 carrots, peeled and julienned
1 large head cabbage, cut into small wedges

Directions:

1. Place corned beef in large pot or Dutch oven and cover with water. Add the spice packet that came with the corned beef. Cover pot and bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer. Simmer approximately 50 minutes per pound or until tender.

2. Add whole potatoes and carrots, and cook until the vegetables are almost tender. Add cabbage and cook for 15 more minutes. Remove meat and let rest 15 minutes.

3. Place vegetables in a bowl and cover. Add as much broth (cooking liquid reserved in the Dutch oven or large pot) as you want. Slice meat across the grain.

Wash it down with your favorite beer! But don't forget to add a couple drops of green food coloring!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 13, 2011, 06:00:26 AM
I love Irish soda bread but I can't bake  :'( I'll give it another shot and see what happens.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 24, 2011, 06:45:00 AM
Hi Darling Dabbers!

Many of us are preparing for the gardening season. I came across a recipe to improve the quality of your soil. A bingo babe has gotta help her fellow bingo babes!

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Rot Gut Tonic

1 tsp Gypsum
1 tsp Epsom Salt
1 Heaping shovel compost (mushroom compost should work)

Mix all together and add a trowel full to the hole when planting.

Gypsum is known to improve poor soil conditions and Epsom salt is magnesium sulfate which has increases chlorophyll production and help plants use phosphorus and nitrogen better. In other words, it's good for your plants.


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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on March 25, 2011, 01:05:14 PM
Thanks for giving us the dirt on dirt froggy!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 03, 2011, 09:50:20 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

It's that time again. Time to pull out your grills and fill your tummies with smoky flavor. There's quite a few types of wood that will add a nice aroma and subtle taste.

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Popular woods used for grilling, barbecuing, and smoking food include the following:

Alder
Alder is most often used for grilling and smoking salmon. It is also used for other species of fish, poultry, small game birds, and pork, providing a subtle, sweet flavor to the meat.

Apple
Apple wood provides a sweet, fruity flavor to most meats but is especially good for smoking ham. The wood is dense and very hard in texture.

Beech
Generally readily available, this hardwood provides a flavor similar to oak and several other hardwoods. The wood of the beechnut produces a mild, somewhat delicate smoked flavor. Since it is a hardwood, it remains longer for smoking before it turns to ash.

Blackberry
Much like the woods provided from fruit trees, the small diameter trunks of the blackberry bush provides a slightly sweet and delicate flavor for grilling poultry and other meats, such as small game birds like grouse, pheasant, partridge, and quail.

Birch
A softer wood, birch is best used when grilling or smoking cuts of pork and poultry, providing a flavor similar to some varieties of maple.

Cedar
A very common wood used to grill fish, poultry and various meats such as pork and beef. White or red cedar are the species most often available, which provide a distinctive natural and aromatic flavoring for a variety of foods. Salmon and other types of fish are often grilled or smoked using cedar.

Cherry
Cherry is used for all types of meat and like apple, it provides a subtle, sweet, fruity flavor to foods. Cherry can be used to grill and smoke turkey, chicken, small game birds, and pork.

Corncob
Although not considered to be a true wood, it is often used as a smoking chip when grilling foods such as poultry, fish and small game birds. The heart of the cob that holds the kernels is the fuel section of this alternative for wood. It is ground into small granular bits that can be added to a smoking box or it can be combined with other woods such as woods from fruit trees, to impart several flavors. The Corncob provides a sweet flavor that may overpower the food if too much is used to season the food as it cooks. Begin by trying small amounts until the desired flavor is achieved.

Grape Vine
Small in size, the chips from matured grape vines provides a flavor that is much like other species of trees bearing fruit. Somewhat sweet and fruity, the grape vine is most often used for poultry, small game birds, pork and sausage.

Hickory
Hickory is more common in the South, but is popular in many regions. It is used just as often if not more often than oak. Hickory provides a strong smoky bacon flavor and can be used for all types of meat, but is especially good for cuts of pork, wild game, chicken, and ribs.

Maple
Maple provides a mild, smoky and somewhat sweet flavor to foods. It is best used with pork, poultry, small game birds, and is often considered to be a good wood for grilling vegetables.

Mesquite
Mesquite burns very hot and provides a strong flavor to foods. Because of its more intense heat properties, it may burn too hot for some foods. It is very popular in Texas and the Southwest United States where it is most often used for grilling or smoking cuts of beef; however, it is also a good choice for a variety of other meats and vegetables as well.

Mulberry
When mulberry wood is burned, it produces a sweet smelling smoke similar to apple. It is a good choice for imparting flavor into poultry, fish, and pork.

Oak
Oak is one of the most often used woods because it is common in many regions of the country. It provides a good flavor without overpowering the food. It is used for all types of meat, poultry, and fish.

Peach
Similar to other fruit trees, the wood from a peach tree provides a somewhat sweet, fruity flavor. It is most often used for grilling pork or poultry; however, small game birds such as grouse, partridge, and quail are often grilled or smoked with peach wood chips.

Pear
Similar to peach and other fruit trees, the wood from a pear tree provides a somewhat sweet, fruity flavor. It is most often used for grilling pork or poultry; however, small game birds such as grouse, partridge, and quail are often grilled or smoked with pear wood chips.

Pecan
Pecan is popular in Louisiana and other Gulf Coast states. It provides a flavor similar to hickory, but not quite as strong. It can be used with most cuts of meat.

Pimento
Pimento is a tropical wood taken from theplant, Pimenta dioica, which is also referred to as Allspice, Jamaican Pepper, Myrtle Pepper, or Newspice. In some regions where this is available, the Pimento wood is used for grilling poultry and fish. Pimento wood adds a natural peppery flavor to food and it may also impart the flavors of several combined spices, such as cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg, which is similar to the flavor provided by allspice. Pimento is commonly used when grilling Jamaican foods such as jerk chicken.

Seaweed
Although not often thought of as a type of wood, seaweed is commonly used for smoking shellfish, such as clams, crab, lobster, mussels, and shrimp. The seaweed is washed to remove the salt and is then air or sun dried before use. It provides a some what spicy and natural flavor to the foods being smoked or grilled.

Walnut
Walnut is best used for red meats and strong tasting, heavy game because of the strong and somewhat bitter flavor it provides. It is often mixed with woods with milder flavors in order to provide a more subtle flavor to foods.

Wine or Whiskey Barrels
Woods that have been seasoned with aged beverages such as wine or whiskey impart the flavors of the blends through the years of use. Most often made from oak, the wood provides a light oaky taste that goes well with beef, poultry, and cheeses that are grilled or smoked.

Plank Grilling Board
Used to hold food while it is being grilled, a plank grilling board provides a moist and somewhat smoky flavor to the food as well as preserving the nutrients within the food. The use of wooden planks was introduced hundreds of years ago as a method to grill food over open fires. Plank grilling boards can be made from any of the types of wood described in this chart, as long as the wood is not chemically treated.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on April 03, 2011, 11:39:19 AM
Oh wow, just how many types of woods are out there that I have never even heard of...my goodness but now that I know so thanks froggy! ;D

One of my secret/favorite recipe is about to be revealed~

Grilled Green Onions

Ingredients:

    * 1 bunch green onion
    * 1/2 teaspoon garlic salt
    * 1/2 teaspoon black pepper
    * 2 tablespoons butter

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1 Wash the onions thoroughly.
  
2. Place whole onions on a sheet of foil.
  
3. Place the butter over the onions.
  
4.Sprinkle with garlic salt and pepper.
  
5.Fold the foil over the onions and seal the edges so the butter steams the onions.
  
6.Place on a hot grill until warmed through, about 10 minutes.
  
7.Be careful when opening, the steam will be hot.

Ummmmm ummmmm Yum!!!

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 05, 2011, 12:41:48 PM
I love onions on the grill! Been on a veggie kick lately. Grilling mushrooms, eggplant, zucchini or whatever else I can get my hands on. Just rub with olive oil, garlic salt, cayenne pepper and lots of black pepper. Place them all on skewers and grill away!

 :D
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 05, 2011, 01:08:03 PM
I could eat grill food all year long. Thanks for the all the smoking wood. Thats a great tip.

Love the green onions Nan have done that many times and they are awesome!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on April 05, 2011, 01:43:38 PM
Okay...that's it!!!

We are gonna have to get together and have a BBQ Party!!!

 <:-P <:-P <:-P
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 06, 2011, 12:33:18 PM
In that case, we're gonna need this!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 18, 2011, 07:02:10 AM
Hi Bingo Cards!

Spring is here and It wakes us out of our winter slumber. I don't know about you but I needed some new hair! Some hot hair! As I was looking around for the perfect style for me, I came across these hot Spring looks.

Hottest Haircuts for Spring 2011

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The Look: Undercut Bowl
How to get it: The bowl is a simple, classic cut made famous by the likes of Eva Cedric. This undercut version makes the bowl better than ever. By combining undercutting with asymmetry, it has a flatter, smoother look, extra length, and modern swing and movement. Locks are best styled with just a little hair crème and left to air-dry. Works great on women with petite features.
Celebrity inspiration: Agyness Deyn

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The Look: Loose Texture
How to get it: If you fancy something still super cool, but perhaps a little longer, go for a mid-length shattered shape with loose, flexible texture and versatile styling options. This cut has a wispy, light feel with a piece-y texture and movement. It works great with soft edges and a sweeping side-parting, drawing attention to the beautiful features of the face.
Celebrity inspiration: Scarlett Johansson

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The Look: Classic Bob
How to get it: If you thought the bob was passé, guess again. Women are creating more movement to the style by either adding loose curls or layers. For a little more fun, you can always give yourself a '20s-inspired hairstyle by making the curls a little tighter and loosely pulling out the curls with your fingers into a desired shape.
Celebrity inspiration: Keira Knightly

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The Look: Collarbone Cuts
How to get it: A fresh look for spring comes two ways but is actually the same length. It sits at the collarbone or just a little below. The layers are on the longer side, or you may choose to wear bangs for an edgier look. You can wear it straight or with a loose curl. If the layers are longer, there should be more styling involved. Hot rollers or Velcro rollers are a good option. For maximum results, let them set for a few minutes. When you take the rollers out, brush hair lightly into a desired shape.
Celebrity inspiration: January Jones

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 18, 2011, 11:00:22 AM
Froggy the loose texture cut it so you guuuuuurrrrrrrlll!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 18, 2011, 12:02:20 PM
Froggy the loose texture cut it so you guuuuuurrrrrrrlll!!

I do like it. It's a little short though and I wanted to keep some of the length.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: TommyGuns on April 18, 2011, 06:39:00 PM
all i got to say is my woman better never come home with the undercut bowl. Theres nothing to run your fingers through. i aint a fan
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 18, 2011, 11:18:59 PM
You romantic devil you! So which hairstyle would you want to run your fingers through tommy?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 25, 2011, 06:29:10 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I was thinking about possibly trying to get in shape. Then I stopped. Here's a list of sports that are sure to get you fit for summer!

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Top 10 Sports That Get You Cut

1. Rowing
2. Wrestling
3. Bouldering
4. Surfing
5. Swimming
6. Gymnastics
7. Parkour
8. Sprinting
9. Kayaking
10. Ballet

Some of these I have never heard of and I won't be doing any of these anyway but I'll be thinking about you all sweating while I play bingo at Think Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/1931)!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on April 25, 2011, 08:21:38 AM
I've never heard of 7. Parkour.  I gotta go find out what it is.

Thanks Froggy.

blue

EDIT:

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 25, 2011, 08:43:13 AM
Well we could do that no problem huh blue? Piece of cake!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on April 25, 2011, 11:02:00 AM
Well we could do that no problem huh blue? Piece of cake!


LMAO LOL LOL LOL

Absolutely Froggy! 

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 25, 2011, 11:20:21 AM
Here comes the wonder women leaping high buildings...........weeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on April 25, 2011, 03:38:51 PM
I've never heard of 7. Parkour.  I gotta go find out what it is.

Thanks Froggy.

blue

EDIT:

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 LOL

Almost as watching one of those Hong kong action movies. :)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 01, 2011, 05:17:29 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I love the smell of a good cologne on my man. Here's a list of the top 10 colognes for my bingo boys.


1.   212 Men

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2.   Acqua Di Gio

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3.   Acqua Di Parma Colonia

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4.   Cool water for men

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5.   Curve

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6.   Drakkar Noir

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7.   Eternity

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8.   Jean Paul Gaultier

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9.   The One

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10.   Versace pour Homme

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And here's one that I love! OMG this smells good! It makes me wanna Bingo All the Way (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/403)  ;)

Euphoria for men

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Have a great week!




Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 01, 2011, 06:10:12 PM
OMG your favourite one for men is my favourite one but for women. I wear it all the time.  My son wears Paul Smith which is one of my faves for men.  Thanks Froggy for a great list. 

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on May 02, 2011, 05:21:50 PM
Oh I love all of those scent but this one is my favorite one...
I love smelling it's aromatic scent from my man. ;)

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 02, 2011, 06:25:28 PM
My absolute favorite scent on a man is DKNY. Been around for awhile but there is something about that scent that has an aphrodisiac effect on me! Makes me want to go bingo baby you smelling hotttttttttttttt!!

(http://i945.photobucket.com/albums/ad295/usne/album9/album%2010/548252100132E13.jpg)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 03, 2011, 05:31:32 AM
Those are some great additions to the list. I'll have to check out Euphoria for women blue. I bet it smells very nice.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 03, 2011, 05:36:05 PM
Those are some great additions to the list. I'll have to check out Euphoria for women blue. I bet it smells very nice.

I think it will drive your man wild..... ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 03, 2011, 08:33:17 PM
Has anyone tried Lite Blue by Dolce & Gabbana? Thats what i have been wearing for quite awhile now really nice light scent.

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 04, 2011, 03:19:02 AM
Has anyone tried Lite Blue by Dolce & Gabbana? Thats what i have been wearing for quite awhile now really nice light scent.



I've not tried that one LIps....or even heard of it.  I'll have to see if I can find somewhere that sells it.  Thanks for that.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on May 04, 2011, 03:54:51 AM
This is what I have been wearing for the last 14 years straight....

(http://www.perfumezilla.com/images_product/beautiful-perfume-estee-lauder-eau-parfum-purse-spray-women527962.jpg)
but I think I am ready to change it to a new one(been looking).

I am definitely going to try Euphoria and Lite Blue but so far I love the one my daughter's been wearing, Viva La Juicy. :D

(http://www.valentineperfume.com/product_thumbnail_images/t_25464.jpg)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 04, 2011, 04:50:50 AM
I have enough smelling to do to keep me busy for a while. Vera Wang has some nice clean scents. I wore Sheer Veil for a couple years.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/Vera_Wang_Sheer_Veil_W.jpg)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 05, 2011, 01:26:33 PM
I like Estee Lauder's Beautiful Nan but it doesn't like me. I have to be so careful with certain perfumes because i get headaches or they don't smell the same on me as they do others. I think it has to do with the chemicals in your body that alter smells from one person to the other.

I remember a few years ago a coworker had a scent on that i really liked. So i went out and bought it. Sprayed it and it literally smelled like bug spray on me! Told my coworker and she was like "no way". So i brought the bottle the next day spray it on my wrist and she said "you aren't kidding"!

Ended up giving her the bottle since she smelled better then bug spray!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: wnanhee on May 05, 2011, 04:39:52 PM
Isn't it crazily fascinating?
Someone told me that when you are searching for a new fragrance, you have to question if it will smell as good on you as it does in the bottle because each perfume reacts differently with every person’s body chemistry and I strongly believe it's true.
Once I tried the same bottle of spray on five of my friends and guess what? We all smelled different! :`o
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 05, 2011, 05:09:00 PM
So so true. But i really think i have the weirdest chemistry of all. It has happened to me more then once. And if it doesn't smell awful on me i will get headaches from some peoples perfume. I think the colognes that will give me a down right migraine is Avon.

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 06, 2011, 06:50:48 AM
Oh I agree about Avon perfume. Gives me headaches.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 11, 2011, 11:33:35 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

The dreaded bathing suit season is here for many of us. The major dilemma is what's right for you and your shape that you will feel comfortable in.

Here's some tips from Glamour.com


If you want to slim the hips…
Don’t go wild on bottom.
The less going on there, well—the less going on there!

Do bring focus up
with a top in a lighter color, or with fun details or a pretty pattern.

Do go for a fairly high-cut bottom
to create the illusion of longer, leaner legs.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/Pearshapebathingsuit.jpg)

If you want to boost a small bust…
Don’t rule out an underwire.
“It gives shape to small busts,” says Suze Yalof Schwartz.

Do go for extras
like ruffles, beading and pleating. They add bulk and visual interest.

Don’t do bandeau.
“They’ll flatten you out even more,” says Suze Yalof Schwartz

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/Smallbustbathingsuit.jpg)

If you want some belly control…
Don’t go for shine.
It highlights every lump and bump. Matte is much better.

Do skip tankinis
unless you find one with an un-clingy top, like the striped style above.

Do show some skin.
A high-cut leg or low-cut top draws eyes away from your middle.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/Bellycontrolbathingsuit.jpg)

If you want to support a big bust…
Do nix triangle tops
if you’re bigger than a D-cup—not enough support.

Don’t do high necklines
unless you want a uniboob. Didn’t think so.

Do know that underwire or a hidden bra
is a must if your top’s not a halter.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/BigBustbathingsuit.jpg)

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 11, 2011, 03:11:47 PM
Wow i can't believe the difference after and how much more slimming these suits look. You would think these ladies lost weight.

Thanks frogster girl
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 11, 2011, 03:14:27 PM
It's unbelievable what the right outfit or swim suit can do. Mine have to work miracles  LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 11, 2011, 03:53:25 PM
It's unbelievable what the right outfit or swim suit can do. Mine have to work miracles  LOL

Likewise Froggy.  I can't remember the last time I put on a swimming cozzy!  Sends shudders down my spine at the thought of it but these are pretty amazing I have to say.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 25, 2011, 12:53:31 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I love a homegrown tomato in the summer. Yum yum yum! There's nothing like it. Somehow I began envisioning huge tomatoes taking over the world. Never mind, I began to research tomato growing tips and thought I'd share them with you.

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Tips for Growing Tomatoes

Although they are officially fruits, tomatoes are a staple of home vegetable gardens. Follow these tips for growing tomatoes and you will always have plump, delicious tomatoes in your garden.

For flexible-stemmed seedlings like tomatoes, a horizontal planting trench is better than a vertical one. It is warmer and better aerated than deeper soil, encouraging good root growth and fast development.

Stake your tomato cages so a bumper crop won't pull them over. Work a tall stake through the wire mesh near the perimeter of the cage and stab it 4 to 6 inches deep in the ground. This will anchor the cage (and the plant inside) firmly despite the pull of strong winds and branchfuls of ripening tomatoes.

Prune tomato plants to direct maximum energy into tomato production. Choose your pruning plan based on what you want from your tomatoes. For larger and earlier (but fewer) tomatoes, remove any shoots that emerge on or beside the main stem, and tie the stem to a stake. For more tomatoes later, let plants bush out and support them in tomato cages. Pinch off any flowers that open before July 4.

Choose between determinate and indeterminate tomatoes according to the way you prefer to harvest.

Determinate tomatoes (such as Celebrity) tend to stay compact and produce most of their tomatoes at about the same time. This is convenient for freezing, canning, and sauce making.

Indeterminate tomatoes (such as Big Beef) keep growing and developing new tomatoes as they go. They produce a greater yield but spread it over a longer harvest period.
Dozens of different cultivars are in each class -- plenty to pick from. You might have to check seed catalogues to find out whether a particular tomato is determinate or not.

Source: howstuffworks.com

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Have a great week!

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 25, 2011, 06:24:50 PM
I think I'll send this post link to my friend.  She can't grow tomatoes at all.

Thanks Froggy.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on June 09, 2011, 10:33:31 AM
Hi Bingo Balls!

It's now June and the sun is blazing. We need the best sunscreens to protect our skin.


Best sunscreen
Neutrogena Ultra Sheer Dry-Touch Sunblock SPF 30

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/NeutrogenaUltraSheerDry-TouchSunblockSPF30-1.jpg)

Best cheap sunscreen
No-Ad Sunblock Lotion SPF 45

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Baby sunscreen
Blue Lizard Sunscreen Sensitive SPF 30+

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Sport-formula sunscreen
Banana Boat Sport Performance Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 100

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Natural sunscreen
Badger SPF 30 for Face & Body

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Source: consumersearch.com
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on June 24, 2011, 12:03:05 PM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

Let's talk about something icky for a minute. Something we all are conscious of and can't stand in a partner. Sweaty armpits!

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/sweatyunderarms.jpg)

I saw a program recently regarding this issue. A guy sweated profusely. The solution? Botox injections. Yikes! Now that has to be painful.I had no  idea that Botox could be used for sweaty pits.

A sweat test was conducted on those that had Botox injections vs. those that did not have the treatment.

Here were the results:


Smell test

According to researchers at Ludwig-Maximilian University in Munich, pieces of the t-shirts which were exposed to armpits which had not been treated with botox recorded an average score of 2.69.

However, those that had been exposed to a botox-treated armpit scored just 1.83.

The volunteers were then asked to rate smells from the t-shirts on a scale of minus three for unpleasant to plus three for pleasant.

The average score for t-shirts not exposed to a botox-treated armpit was -1.14. This compares to plus 0.46 for t-shirts exposed to armpits which had been injected with botox.

Marc Heckmann, who led the study, said armpits which had been treated with botox were also much drier.

Elizabeth Jones, manager of the Boston Clinic in central London which offers botox injections to the public, said it was an effective treatment.

"I have had it myself," she told BBC News Online. "It is very effective and very painless. It takes just minutes and lasts for six months.

"You don't need to wear deodorant during that time. A lot of our patients have had this treatment."

The study is published in the journal Archives of Dermatology.

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Source: new.bbc.co.uk
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 24, 2011, 02:53:45 PM
Now this post was really the pits!!  LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on June 25, 2011, 09:05:05 AM
 LOL Yeah I thought it was a little unpleasant myself.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on June 25, 2011, 09:24:12 AM
When I read your post Froggy it reminded me of this woman that used to work where I used to work (she retired many years before I left).  She always wore this green jumper almost every day.  Even if she didn't wear it everyday, I don't think it was washed in between.

Anyway, she had a very bad "problem" -  she didn't know what deodorant was. As the office was an open office, the smell used to permeate around the whole room...and it was a huge room.  It was vile.

I wish this solution had been around then  :-&

Great info.

blue

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on June 25, 2011, 11:34:21 AM
Ugh that is awful. How long did she stink there, I mean work there? An no one said anything?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on June 26, 2011, 04:35:54 AM
Ugh that is awful. How long did she stink there, I mean work there? An no one said anything?

She worked there for about 20 years and not one of her bosses said a word.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 07, 2011, 08:17:47 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

False eyelashes are a very popular beauty accessory but they must be used properly in order to be able to work them. If you want to add some length and give yourself some long luxurious lashes there are some tricks of the trade to avoid looking.....well, like this.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/th_2011-07-07_0708.png) (http://s955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/?action=view&current=2011-07-07_0708.png)

There are some tricks to applying these little babies.

Use just a TINY bit of glue along the spine of the lashes. Wait a few seconds (around 5 or so) and let the glue become tacky. Then apply them onto your eyelid. Letting the glue dry a bit helps prevent glue overflow, and gets the lashes to adhere more quickly.

Dark glue. I picked the Duo Eyelash Adhesive in “dark-tone” available at most drugstores. It’s inexpensive, waterproof, dries quickly and doesn’t cause any irritation to my eyelids. Even though the standard white lash glue is supposed to dry clear, it still ends up looking milky on my lids. Especially if I’m wearing deeper eyeliner or shadow. The dark tone glue blends with the spine of the falsies and works great under or over eyeliner.

Choose your length – Fake lashes come in a variety of lash lengths and designs, but also various strip lengths. The strip, or spine, of a lash can be a full strip, partial or short “segment” length, or individual lash groups. For beginners I recommend the short segments. They are much easier to place close to your lash line and get them straight. Start with just one small strip on your outer lash corner- it’ll add fullness and length! Or use the individual lashes to fill in certain areas of your natural lashes for dramatic length and fullness. The full strips are the most common, but can be very unwieldy for newbies. They bend, crease, move off your natural lash line; and are difficult to get glued down evenly.

Depending on what kind of lash strip you choose, it’s usually easier to apply them with a pair of tweezers or a lash “clamp”. The “clamp” is just a little plastic V that’s flexible. You clamp the lashes in the V, apply a bit of glue (per the tips above), let it become sticky, and then hold the point of the V and apply the lashes as close as possible to your lash line. I got my “clamp” applicator packed in my box of Ardell Eye Lashes from Sally Beauty. If you are using short segments or individual lashes, I suggest using a pair of tweezers to hold the lashes while you apply the glue, let it “set” and then use the tweezers to apply them to your lid.

For extra strength wear- apply a coat of mascara to bind your natural and fake lashes together. This is a great trick for windy or rainy days!

Removing the glue residue and cleaning: To remove your lashes, grab a corner and gently peel them off. If they are stuck, wash your face with a gentle cleanser and lots of water; then try removing the lashes again. After each wear, be sure to remove all the glue residue from your lashes and your eyelid by using an eye makeup remover (or mix your own using items from your kitchen pantry). If you applied mascara to your fake lashes, remember to use the makeup remover on them as well.

Source: bionic-beauty.com


Finish off with some Bingo Liner (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/190/) and you're all set.

Good luck! ♥
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on July 07, 2011, 11:52:20 AM
Heh nice one Froggy.

Mascara clumped up fake eyelashes look disasterous especially if one of them slips a little and the wearer doesn't really notice because they are a little inebriated.

You have reminded me of a happening some years ago.  This girl at work who used to shave her eyebrows and pencil them on, one day, for some reason, one was a lot higher than the other.  I have to be honest here; it looked hilarious....it looked a bit like a "Roger Moore" eyebrow special but without actually having to raise her eyebrow.  The worst part of it was, it was like that for 3 days (she didn't wash too often).

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on July 07, 2011, 12:36:01 PM
Oh this is a my biggest pet peeve! Its like i can't even focus on what they are saying cuz i'm so fixed on the clumpy lashes.

False eye lashes are very hot right now and but it can look really good or really bad. Another thing that drives me nuts is blue mascara.......uggggggggggghhh!

And forget the waterproof mascara. They ain't kidding it's waterproof. I used that once and i couldn't get the mascara off to save my life. And they made my eyelashes soooooooo brittle. I thought for sure if a strong wind came they would crack off.

Omg the pic of Tammy Fay.........lmaoooooooooo priceless!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 07, 2011, 03:45:29 PM
Omg the pic of Tammy Fay.........lmaoooooooooo priceless!

Good ole Tammy. Those tarantula legs are very recognizable.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on July 07, 2011, 03:48:43 PM
Good grief!  :o I just googled Tammy Fay as I had no idea who she was. The images came up top link so I shall say no more.   :-X

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 20, 2011, 07:47:50 AM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

I am a huge fan of Sangria. In the summer it's refreshing and in the winter you can make a warm comforting version. If alcohol turns you into a beast rather than a beauty, then steer clear.

I have found this recipe that is so good.


Rose and Summer Fruit Sangria

3 bottles rose wine
1 1/2 cups brandy
3/4 cup orange liqueur (recommended: Grand Marnier)
1/2 cup sugar
2 apricots, sliced thin
2 plums, sliced thin
2 peaches, sliced thin
1 pint raspberries
1 lime, thinly sliced
1 lemon, thinly sliced
Ice cubes

Directions
In a large pitcher, combine the wine, brandy, and orange liqueur. Pour in sugar, stir or shake the pitcher thoroughly to mix. Add all fruit at once. Allow the mixture to sit for 1 hour before serving to allow the fruit flavor to come through.

Serve in glasses filled with ice.

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/th_PictureofRoseandSummerFruitSangriaRecipe.jpg) (http://s955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/?action=view&current=PictureofRoseandSummerFruitSangriaRecipe.jpg)

Source: foodnetwork.com

If you don't like rose or red wines, you could alter this recipe and use white wine with more subtle fruits.

Mr. Michael Chiarello has a great recipe. Don't be alarmed with the 3 bottles of wine. That is meant to serve 8-10 peeps! It'll definitely get those cheeks all rosy and have you dancing in the Bingo Street (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/2054/)!


Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on July 20, 2011, 10:31:07 AM
Just looking at a pitcher of sangria looks so good and fun too. Any time i see a near by table with a pitcher i always say shoot why didn't we order that!

Sounds luscious froggy tanks  ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on July 20, 2011, 06:03:07 PM
 I love sangria

I'm drooling at this recipe; it sounds delicious.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 06, 2011, 10:45:08 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I am a diet pop-aholic. I could drink it all day long. So many times I have heard that it makes you gain weight. I decided to finally look into this and see if there was any truth to this.


(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/th_tumblr_ll50fdHCjJ1qge1wro1_r1_500.jpg) (http://s955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/?action=view&current=tumblr_ll50fdHCjJ1qge1wro1_r1_500.jpg)

This relates to a study involving regular vs. diet pop drinkers.

For regular soft-drink drinkers, the risk of becoming overweight or obese was:

26% for up to 1/2 can each day
30.4% for 1/2 to one can each day
32.8% for 1 to 2 cans each day
47.2% for more than 2 cans each day.

For diet soft-drink drinkers, the risk of becoming overweight or obese was:

36.5% for up to 1/2 can each day
37.5% for 1/2 to one can each day
54.5% for 1 to 2 cans each day
57.1% for more than 2 cans each day.
For each can of diet soft drink consumed each day, a person's risk of obesity went up 41%.

"One possible part of the explanation is that people who see they are beginning to gain weight may be more likely to switch from regular to diet soda," Fowler suggests. "But despite their switching, their weight may continue to grow for other reasons. So diet soft-drink use is a marker for overweight and obesity."

Why? Nutrition expert Leslie Bonci, MPH, RD, puts it in a nutshell.

"You have to look at what's on your plate, not just what's in your glass," Bonci tells WebMD.

People often mistake diet drinks for diets, says Bonci, director of sports nutrition at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and nutrition consultant to college and professional sports teams and to the Pittsburgh Ballet.

"A lot of people say, 'I am drinking a diet soft drink because that is better for me. "You can't go into a fast-food restaurant and say, 'Oh, it's OK because I had diet soda.' If you don't do anything else but switch to a diet soft drink, you are not going to lose weight."

Source: WebMD.com

According to this, it seems as if I'm justifying eating habits because I opt for a diet drink. Hmm......Well, I think I'll hit the Bingo Cafe (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/515/) and have a nice cold diet pop.

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 15, 2011, 09:32:14 AM
Hi Bingo Babes,

I have always wondered if cucumber slices actually alleviate puffiness and dark circles under the eyes. I have looked in the mirror and been horrified many many many times  8p.


(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/th_BS4.jpg) (http://s955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/?action=view&current=BS4.jpg)

Do Cucumbers Really Work?

If you have dark circles under your eyes or if your eyes are puffy, does applying cucumber slices over your eyes help? Does the cucumber have to be cold? Would the application of anything cold and of the appropriate size to cover the eyelids have the same benefit, or is there something uniquely beneficial about the cucumber? If cucumbers are effective, how do they work?

I heard these questions debated in an elevator last week. No one knew the answers, so I offered to find out. It's tough to find reliable answers! My medical textbooks make no mention of the relative merits of cucumbers (or any other vegetable) for the appearance of one’s eyes. And I could find no scientific studies attempting to test the theory of "the cucumber effect." I did, however, come across reports of allergic reactions to "cucumber eye gel."

Because the application of cucumber slices to the eyes is unlikely to cause significant harm, I can only offer my usual advice for untested, unproven but seemingly safe remedies: If it works for you, stick with it.

Source: health.msn.com

So there's no real proof that they work. I wonder if the tea bag myth is true.....hmm...... Well I refuse to think about this right now. I'd rather Think Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/1931/).

Have a great week!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 15, 2011, 09:50:18 AM
Well froggy i don't know if they have Preparation H in England but that is suppose to do the same trick.......

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on August 15, 2011, 01:45:13 PM
Well froggy i don't know if they have Preparation H in England but that is suppose to do the same trick.......

Lips

LMAO - yes we do Lips and yes it does....allegedly.  I have never tried it and I would never admit that I tried it either LOL.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 15, 2011, 06:10:54 PM
I have never tried it either. I'll let you know how it goes  LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 13, 2011, 09:27:52 AM
It is back to school for all the little darlings and bingo moms couldn't be happier!!

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Here are some words of wisdom:

I have never let my schooling interfere with my education. - Mark Twain

My school days were the happiest days of my life; which should give you some indication of the misery I've endured over the past twenty-five years. - Paul Merton

I took a test in Existentialism. I left all the answers blank and got 100. - Woody Allen

My school was so tough the school newspaper had an obituary section. - Norm Crosby

Smartness runs in my family. When I went to school I was so smart my teacher was in my class for five years.

I'm not going to buy my kids an encyclopaedia.  Let them walk to school like I did. - Yogi Berra

In elementary school, in case of fire you have to line up quietly in a single file line from the smallest to the tallest. What is the logic? Do tall people burn slower? - Warren Hutcherson

You learn something every day if you pay attention. - Ray LeBlond

In youth we learn; in age we understand - Von Ebner-Eschenbach

If there were no schools to take the children away from home part of the time, the insane asylums would be filled with mothers. - Edgar W. Howe

source: guysports

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 13, 2011, 09:42:26 AM
Those quotes are hilarious.

"My school days were the happiest days of my life; which should give you some indication of the misery I've endured over the past twenty-five years." — Paul Merton
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on September 13, 2011, 06:44:18 PM
Some really great quotes there Lips.

I really liked this one "My school was so tough the school newspaper had an obituary section. - Norm Crosby".

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: TAAADAAA on September 14, 2011, 02:06:13 AM
hehe,

Smartness runs in my family. When I went to school I was so smart my teacher was in my class for five years.
 LOL

great quotes lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 14, 2011, 11:16:39 AM
hehe,

Smartness runs in my family. When I went to school I was so smart my teacher was in my class for five years.
 LOL

great quotes lips

I know! That one cracked me up too.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 05, 2011, 08:01:35 AM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

When I get manicures and pedicures I cringe to think about who they've used those tools on. Do you think that if there are people with fungal issues these nail places should turn them away? I do. I am very conscious of whether or not they sterilize.

The best thing I ever did was start bringing my own stuff. They generally have no problem using my stuff especially when it's a place I frequent and am comfortable at. I have brought in tools, files and even polish. I have heard one too many horror stories. It's the best tip if you get your nails done regularly. You can contract not only fungal infections but diseases too if they are not clean.

I actually sat down and waited for a pedicure once and there was a lady in the middle of having her toes done. I did a double take. Her toe nails were about half an inch thick and green. The nail tech didn't even have gloves on. As I was waiting they finished her up and called someone else over to sit in the same chair. The foot bath was just rinsed with water. No cleaner. I had to leave and I wasn't shy about telling them that they were unsanitary.

When you hit a new place, check it out. Don't be afraid to ask how they clean those tools or bring your own.

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On that note......  LOL

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Tickets cost only 20p! Chill out, relax and indulge yourself – you’re worth it!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 07, 2011, 04:39:13 AM
Omg do i ever know about these nail places that don't sterilize their tools. I have sensitive cuticles so when i go 9 times out of ten i end up bleeding a tiny bit. Every time i do i think to myself what if i had a disease? What if the next person came along and bled too.

That is an open door to contract many diseases. I say always use your own tools!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on October 13, 2011, 06:20:29 AM
It's not something I would have even thought about if you hadn't posted this Froggy.  Not that I get my nails done professionally but I'm glad you raised this.  I need to speak to my pal who has a pedicure regularly.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 20, 2011, 06:31:19 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

October is breast cancer awareness month. This is something that can affect both men and women.

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You can help and offer support by getting involved with Susan G. Komen for the Cure. Here is their message:

"Imagine life without breast cancer. Get Involved. Donate now!

Because 10 million women around the world could die from breast cancer in the next 25 years, we continue to fight every minute of every day to save every life.

Thanks to people like you who share our vision of a world without breast cancer, we’ve made huge discoveries in finding new and better ways to detect the disease at its earliest stages. We now know so much more about the different types of breast cancer and specific ways to attack each kind. And we work day-in and day-out in communities throughout the world to ensure everyone can access quality care and these new advances. But the fact is, breast cancer is still life-threatening, and until we can keep people from dying from it, we need your help - your generosity is crucial as we continue this fight."

Many bingo sites are donating a portion of their sales to the cure. Why not start with Pink Ribbon Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/951/).

Here's a nice cocktail for you to enjoy courtesy of About.com.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and The p.i.n.k. Ribbon cocktail was created as a fun way to raise awareness. It features p.i.n.k. Vodka (a new vodka infused with caffeine and guarana) and black currant juice which is high in antioxidants that can prevent tissue damage. Enjoy and remember another key to reducing your chances of breast cancer is to drink moderately.

Ingredients:

2 oz p.i.n.k. Vodka
1 oz Cointreau
3/4 oz cranberry juice
3/4 oz black currant juice
splash of sour mix

Preparation:

Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker with ice.
Shake well.
Strain into a chilled cocktail glass.
User Reviews
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on October 20, 2011, 07:43:29 AM
A very worthwhile cause.  Thanks Froggy.  The cocktail sounds delicious too!

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on October 20, 2011, 01:21:05 PM
Great cause and wonderful concept you put together froggy.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 10, 2011, 06:45:46 AM
Hi Bingo Balls,

Laughter is the best medicine and you just feel so darn good doing it. Here's some interesting beauty tips, or shall I say safety tips, to make you chuckle.


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No time to bath? Wrap your self in plastic and simply peel it off.

If you are unable to sleep at night, just start reading the Atlas of Human Anatomy.

Don’t start a fight with your spouse while they're cooking your dinner.

Even if she looks hideous, tell her it's the best she's ever looked.

If you're the only one in a restaurant, run!

Most of all, remember that you are Fabulous (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/2399/)!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on November 10, 2011, 07:11:05 AM
"No time to bath? Wrap your self in plastic and simply peel it off."

LMAO LOL LOL  I love that one Froggy.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 10, 2011, 10:28:15 AM
Laughter is the best medicine and froggy you have mega daily doses of it! This girl can literally laugh for 15 minutes nonstop! You name really should be "Feelin Giggly"  LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 05, 2011, 11:56:04 AM
Untangling Christmas Lights

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I love the twinkle and sparkle at Christmas time but decorating can be quite a chore especially untangling the Christmas lights!

Here is the trials and tribulations trimming the tree with lights and tips to make it easier:

1) Try to make it as pleasurable as possible by making yourself a nice cup of hot cocoa.

2) After you open the box of stored lights that you swore would not be tangled this year, you realize they are in a knotted mess.

3) Don't panic, simply replace the hot cocoa for a eggnog spiked with brandy.

4) You have ten strands to untangle and the first one took 45 minutes straighten out.

5) Your nerves are beginning to get as frazzled as the lights, but please again don't stress. Simply toss the eggnog for a martini.

6) After getting all the lights unraveled you test them and only 2 strands are working and only half the lights are working on two others.

7) There is only one thing to do to keep calm. Grab the the tequila and drink it straight from the bottle its an instant stress reliever.

8) All the lights are finally on the tree with a stack plugged into one outlet. Flipping the switch you blow out the lights and now none of them work.

9) Stumbling now from all the liquor consumption, you stagger over to the tree, fall and knock the tree over.

10) Now now don't let that get to you, simply buy one of those pre-lit table top trees. Who needs a big tree anyway!

If you are looking for lots of sparkle play at Sparkling Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/1940/) instead!



Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 05, 2011, 11:58:54 AM
Oh gosh that's too funny! That sounds like Christmas at my house except I don't touch the lights, only the drinks.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 05, 2011, 12:56:06 PM
Lights or no lights the cocktails are flowing.........weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee!!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 05, 2011, 01:08:26 PM
That's fo sho. Whatcha drinking this year? I've got my champagne  ;D
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on December 06, 2011, 09:24:38 AM
This all sounds too familiar Lips.  I have one of those net sets with 200+ lights on.  I'll definitely get the booze out this year when I get them out to untangle them.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 23, 2011, 04:39:57 AM
Hello Bingo Babes!

Christmas is fast approaching and I've got some jokes for you to tell while you eat your Christmas beast. Oh these are some beauties. Your family will think you're a genius!
LOL

(http://i955.photobucket.com/albums/ae33/Froggy_girl/christmas-2.jpg)

What beats his chest and swings from Christmas cake to Christmas cake?
Tarzipan!

Whats happens if you eat the Christmas decorations?
You get tinsel-itus!

Can I have a dog for Christmas?
No you can have turkey like everyone else!

What do you drain Christmas dinner brussel sprouts with?
An advent colander!

What do ducks do before Christmas dinner?
Pull their Christmas quackers!


Merry Christmas to all my Bingo Tarts!  :-*
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 05, 2012, 06:13:25 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

For many of us, the battle of the bulge begins. I thought I'd share some workout gear that you should consider. The way I see it, the sillier we look, the more successful we may be.


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Take a lesson in workout wear from the king of the workout.......

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It's okay. These looks are a lot to take in. Sit down, relax and play a few games of bingo at Biggest Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/855/).
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on January 05, 2012, 08:00:38 AM
Wonderful pics Froggy and I have to say, I'm relieved that guy in the last pic is wearing underpants! :o

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 05, 2012, 08:19:50 AM


It's okay. These looks are a lot to take in. Sit down, relax and play a few games of bingo at Biggest Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/855/).

I agree froggy, it is a lot to take in. So i think i will have a candy bar and a coke to ponder it all.........lmaooooooooo!

Awesome post guuurrll!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 05, 2012, 04:28:20 PM
I sat down with a bag of potato chips and a regular Pepsi (full of sugar) to give this some serious thought.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 24, 2012, 05:28:35 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

January is a boring month. The holidays are behind us and it feels like winter is in full force with no end in sight. They don't call them Blue Mondays for nothing.

There are some apps for your phones that incorporate your favorite game, BINGO. Here's a few to perk up these dark days.


Word BINGO
By ABCya.com
Available on iTunes

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Pocket Bingo Pro
Apostek Software
Available on market.android.com

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Bingo Matic Pro
by Bingo Mobile
Available at androidzoom.com

Bingomatic is the best way you can organize bingo games in group,you can organize bingo games anywhere like a real bingo hall and very easy. Bingomatic will call the numbers outloud, will check the bingos, give you the bingo cards... and much more.

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While you're rushing to grab your phones why don't you check out some mobile bingo? There are some bingo sites offering it such as Mecca Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/592/). Have you ventured into the world of mobile bingo yet?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on January 24, 2012, 05:43:05 AM
Not yet Froggy cos I don't get that iphone until June but I can't wait to play some bingo and have some fun on it.  These apps look pretty good.  Do you use them?

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 24, 2012, 05:46:17 AM
I've tried the word bingo. It's fun and pretty good for the kids.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 26, 2012, 09:45:53 PM
Cool apps froggy, pretty soon we won't need our laps and will doing it all on our cell phones.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 27, 2012, 07:38:50 AM
The only thing that I don't love is the small screen. You can't beat a laptop!
 
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 27, 2012, 08:41:17 AM
true dat but while you are waiting in the doc's office for over an hour or Jury Duty it sure comes in handy. Has to be the right moment at the right time for it.  :-*
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 27, 2012, 11:13:12 AM
Ugh jury duty. Yeah you're right. That's a good place for it.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 12, 2012, 12:21:40 PM
As gamblers, we do a lot of sitting. This is especially true for online gamblers. We don't have to get up and find another slot or table. All of our favorites games and bingo rooms are at our finger tips. As convenient as this is our back sides can suffer due to all this sitting. On the occasion that someone decides to make a comment, I have found the answer.

Who needs Hip-Lift Progression, Toe Taps, Single-Leg Front Raises, Dumbbell Squats, Plies, Explosive Lunges or any other butt toners when you've got this?

The Expanded Butt Slam

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Just drag your caboose and its big ole fabulous-ness over to Fabulous Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/2399/)!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 12, 2012, 12:25:16 PM
Lmaoooooooooooooooo omfggggggggggggggggg!

You are absolutely a stitch in the park girl!!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 12, 2012, 12:28:46 PM
KA-BLAM!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 12, 2012, 12:30:41 PM
As long as the boys keep on singing "i like big butts and i can't lie" we are good to go!!

 LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on February 13, 2012, 06:23:14 AM
LMAO that is one huge butt!  Love the pic Froggy.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 13, 2012, 06:30:10 AM
 LOL LOL LOL LOL It's just so silly
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Imagin.ation on February 13, 2012, 01:15:35 PM
LMAO.......i got a few i need to go KA BLAM..

Girl get your KA-BLAAAAM on... bahahhahaha

Don't make me KaBlam you :)

Loved it...

hmmm... imma need a bigger butt!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: pattycake on March 04, 2012, 11:29:25 AM
o....m....g how did I miss that post. phenomenal post and even more phenomenal picture to go with it. So so funny.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 05, 2012, 06:49:04 AM
o....m....g how did I miss that post. phenomenal post and even more phenomenal picture to go with it. So so funny.

I'm glad you enjoyed it.   LOL LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 02, 2012, 09:05:04 AM
Hi Bingo Balls!

OK, I have had enough. Leggings are a trend that are not going anywhere any time soon but there is a major no-no when it comes to wearing them. Ladies! Please make sure that we cannot see your underwear or lack there of!

Do these women really not know? C'mon!
  :o



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Cover it up or at least wear a thicker legging. Save the cheeks for Cheeky Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/2151/)!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 05, 2012, 04:22:05 PM
Lmaoooooooooo omfg it is so freaken true!! I mean seriously ladies these are not leggings they are leotards!

Ahhh those pics cracked me up  LOL LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 05, 2012, 04:43:25 PM
I see that all the time. I just want to go up to these chicks and clue them in. I can see your butt. Then again they'd probably wonder why I was looking and it would just lead to bad things.  :`o
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 02, 2012, 06:38:30 AM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

I love bingo but I love nature too. I love to watch the birdies as I sip my coffee. I've found some top ways to attract the little beauties to your yard.


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FOOD, A HOME AND SECURITY: The basics of life will bring the birds to your garden
 
Source your seeds
Buy birdfood from reputable sources. This ensures that the seeds can provide the required levels of energy and have been grown with the environment in mind. Experiment with different sorts of feeders and seed mixes. For example, greenfinches adore sunflower feeders while goldfinches prefer niger seeds.
 
Make them feel at home
Reduce the opportunities for predators like cats and sparrowhawks by placing feeders where the birds can spot danger easily. Avoid using garden netting, especially during the breeding season, and place feeders away from your house to minimise the risk of birds colliding with windows.
 
Let them build their own
It’s great if your birds use the nestboxes you’ve put up, but it is even more satisfying if they create natural nest sites. Provide hedges with dense cover to allow them to do this.
 
Source: discoverwildlife.com

One other critical aspect of attracting birds is keeping your feeders clean!

 Well, enjoy and watch the birds fly through your Bingo Sky (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/507/)!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 29, 2012, 06:10:45 AM
The Queen's Diamond Jubilee

Marking 60 years of The Queen's reign, the Diamond Jubilee celebrations will start on 2, 3, 4 and 5 June.

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60 years of The Queen's reign

The Queen came to the throne on 6 February 1952 and her coronation took place on 2 June 1953.

She celebrated her Silver Jubilee (25 years) in 1977 and her Golden Jubilee (50 years) in 2002.
Official Diamond Jubilee website

The first British monarch to mark 50 years on the throne in a significant way was George III
the only other British monarch to celebrate a Diamond Jubilee was Queen Victoria in 1897.

Bingo Players can join an extravaganza of promotional offers to celebrate this historic day.

Kick start the celebration by playing at Brits Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/1856/)!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 29, 2012, 10:12:07 AM
There are so many collectible items out there right now. I wonder what will be worth anything in the future.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 31, 2012, 06:01:10 AM
There are so many collectible items out there right now. I wonder what will be worth anything in the future.

So true Froggy.  Anything "limited edition" with not too many being made for that limited edition.  Solid gold would help.  ;)

blue

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on July 06, 2012, 12:50:13 PM
This summer has been a scorchers for many regions with record breaking temperatures. Chicago alone has had Vegas like desert temperatures that have reached 115 degrees with the heat index.

Here are some tips to help stay cool this summer:

1. Alter your pattern of outdoor exercise to take advantage of cooler times (early morning or late evening). If you can't change the time of your workout, scale it down by doing fewer minutes, walking instead or running, or decreasing your level of exertion.

2. Wear loose-fitting clothing, preferably of a light color.

3. Cotton clothing will keep you cooler than many synthetics.

4. Fill a spray bottle with water and keep it in the refrigerator for a quick refreshing spray to your face after being outdoors.

5. Fans can help circulate air and make you feel cooler even in an air-conditioned house.

6. Try storing lotions or cosmetic toners in the refrigerator to use on hot, overtired feet.

7. Keep plastic bottles of water in the freezer; grab one when you're ready to go outside. As the ice melts, you'll have a supply of cold water with you.

8. Take frequent baths or showers with cool or tepid water.

9. Combat dehydration by drinking plenty of water along with sports drinks or other sources of electrolytes.

10. Some people swear by small, portable, battery-powered fans. At an outdoor event I even saw a version that attaches to a water bottle that sprays a cooling mist.

11. I learned this trick from a tennis pro: if you're wearing a cap or hat, remove it and pour a bit of ice cold water into the hat, then quickly invert it and place on your head.

12. Avoid caffeine and alcohol as these will promote dehydration.

13. Instead of hot foods, try lighter summer fare including frequent small meals or snacks containing cold fruit or low fat dairy products. As an added benefit, you won't have to cook next to a hot stove.

14. If you don't have air-conditioning, arrange to spend at least parts of the day in a shopping mall, public library, movie theater, or other public space that is cool. Many cities have cooling centers that are open to the public on sweltering days.

15. Finally, use common sense. If the heat is intolerable, stay indoors when you can and avoid activities in direct sunlight or on hot asphalt surfaces. Pay special attention to the elderly, infants, and anyone with a chronic illness, as they may dehydrate easily and be more susceptible to heat-related illnesses.

Don't forget that pets also need protection from dehydration and heat-related illnesses too.

Source: medicinenet

In the mean time catch a nice cool wave er uh Full House at South Beach Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/812/)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 09, 2012, 12:01:25 PM
or you could put a wet t-shirt in the freezer and put it on at bedtime  :O
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 10, 2012, 01:21:14 PM
It's time to pick your peaches...or someone else's as our lipstick_xoxos knows all too well. In honor of her peach tree shenanigans, I thought I'd share some tips for those in the north who are in the midst of peach time.

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Before you leave to go to the farm (or lips' yard):

Always call before you go to the farm (or sneak like thieves in the night) - Peaches are affected by weather (both rain and cooler temperature) more than most crops. And when they are in season, a large turnout can pick a field clean before noon, so CALL first!

Leave early (or middle of the night so lips doesn't see you).  On weekends, then fields may be picked clean by NOON!

Most growers furnish picking containers designed for peaches, but they may charge you for them (unless you just steal them); be sure to call before you go to see if you need to bring containers (or plastic Walmart bags).

If you use your own containers, remember that heaping Peaches more than 14 inches deep will bruise the fruit on the bottom. Plastic dishpans, metal oven pans with 3 inch tall sides and large pots make good containers.

Bring something to drink and a few snacks; you'd be surprised how you can work up a thirst and appetite! And don't forget hats and sunscreen for the sun. Bugs usually aren't a problem, but some deet might be good to bring along if it has been rainy.

You might want to ask whether the peaches are! There are two major types of peaches: "Freestone" and. "Clingstone". Freestone peaches and nectarines have flesh that slips easily away from the pit. Clingstones are a REAL pain, because the fruit tenaciously clings to the stone or pit! Most peach varieties grown today are freestone and are usually available (depending upon your location) from June through September. Some nectarines are freestone and some are clingstone. Freestone nectarines are available in June and July. Most plum varieties are clingstone.

So, all you Little Miss Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/2286/) babes can be Little Miss Peach Pickers!

Love,
Froggy


Source: pickyourown.org
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 10, 2012, 01:35:26 PM
lmaoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: liquorman on August 11, 2012, 01:20:05 AM
Lips you aint ever going to live this down. btw really love your peaches want to shake your tree ha ha.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 11, 2012, 10:07:41 AM
Lmaooooo now now liquor you don't want to get on my bad boy peach list! Remember what you said about a woman scorned.  :P
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 03, 2012, 12:49:13 PM
It's Labor Day in the USA and this marks the end of summer. Another thing that comes to and end is wearing white. You may not be caught dead wearing white. Why? Who knows. Maybe it's because you could end up like some of these poor souls...

It gets a little muddy in the October and November

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Now if he'd been wearing white, he'd never have been found

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on September 03, 2012, 03:19:36 PM
I thought it was white tennis shoes we couldn't wear after today.  I get around that by just not cleaning the dirt off of mine. 

: )
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 14, 2012, 12:30:15 PM
Mother Nature is Full of Surprises

It has been a wild ride this summer, or should I say all the way from last winter she was up to some devilish antics turning our weather topsy turvy across the globe. It was nice to have unseasonably warm temperatures in the Winter and Spring but the summer was a real scorcher with record breaking heat. Having visited the UK for two months during the Spring and Summer it was unusually rainy and cold.

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I wonder if she is mad, after all if it is a result of globing warming and we can’t blame anyone but ourselves for that. It is turning the animal kingdom upside down and when I see photos of Polar Bears and Penguins perishing due to warmer weather conditions it is heart breaking.

So what can we do to reverse global warming? Ahh it’s 64,000 dollar/pound/euro question!

Here are a few tips:

1. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

Do your part to reduce waste by choosing reusable products instead of disposables. Buying products with minimal packaging (including the economy size when that makes sense for you) will help to reduce waste. And whenever you can, recycle paper, plastic, newspaper, glass and aluminum cans. If there isn't a recycling program at your workplace, school, or in your community, ask about starting one. By recycling half of your household waste, you can save 2,400 pounds of carbon dioxide annually.

2. Use Less Heat and Air Conditioning

Adding insulation to your walls and attic, and installing weather stripping or caulking around doors and windows can lower your heating costs more than 25 percent, by reducing the amount of energy you need to heat and cool your home.

Turn down the heat while you're sleeping at night or away during the day, and keep temperatures moderate at all times. Setting your thermostat just 2 degrees lower in winter and higher in summer could save about 2,000 pounds of carbon dioxide each year.

3. Change a Light Bulb

Wherever practical, replace regular light bulbs with compact fluorescent light (CFL) bulbs. Replacing just one 60-watt incandescent light bulb with a CFL will save you $30 over the life of the bulb. CFLs also last 10 times longer than incandescent bulbs, use two-thirds less energy, and give off 70 percent less heat.

If every U.S. family replaced one regular light bulb with a CFL, it would eliminate 90 billion pounds of greenhouse gases, the same as taking 7.5 million cars off the road.

4. Drive Less and Drive Smart

Less driving means fewer emissions. Besides saving gasoline, walking and biking are great forms of exercise. Explore your community mass transit system, and check out options for carpooling to work or school.

When you do drive, make sure your car is running efficiently. For example, keeping your tires properly inflated can improve your gas mileage by more than 3 percent. Every gallon of gas you save not only helps your budget, it also keeps 20 pounds of carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere.

5. Buy Energy-Efficient Products

When it's time to buy a new car, choose one that offers good gas mileage. Home appliances now come in a range of energy-efficient models, and compact florescent bulbs are designed to provide more natural-looking light while using far less energy than standard light bulbs.

Avoid products that come with excess packaging, especially molded plastic and other packaging that can't be recycled. If you reduce your household garbage by 10 percent, you can save 1,200 pounds of carbon dioxide annually.

6. Use Less Hot Water

Set your water heater at 120 degrees to save energy, and wrap it in an insulating blanket if it is more than 5 years old. Buy low-flow showerheads to save hot water and about 350 pounds of carbon dioxide yearly. Wash your clothes in warm or cold water to reduce your use of hot water and the energy required to produce it. That change alone can save at least 500 pounds of carbon dioxide annually in most households. Use the energy-saving settings on your dishwasher and let the dishes air-dry.

7. Use the "Off" Switch

Save electricity and reduce global warming by turning off lights when you leave a room, and using only as much light as you need. And remember to turn off your television, video player, stereo and computer when you're not using them.

It's also a good idea to turn off the water when you're not using it. While brushing your teeth, shampooing the dog or washing your car, turn off the water until you actually need it for rinsing. You'll reduce your water bill and help to conserve a vital resource.

8. Plant a Tree

If you have the means to plant a tree, start digging. During photosynthesis, trees and other plants absorb carbon dioxide and give off oxygen. They are an integral part of the natural atmospheric exchange cycle here on Earth, but there are too few of them to fully counter the increases in carbon dioxide caused by automobile traffic, manufacturing and other human activities. A single tree will absorb approximately one ton of carbon dioxide during its lifetime.

9. Get a Report Card from Your Utility Company

Many utility companies provide free home energy audits to help consumers identify areas in their homes that may not be energy efficient. In addition, many utility companies offer rebate programs to help pay for the cost of energy-efficient upgrades.

10. Encourage Others to Conserve

Share information about recycling and energy conservation with your friends, neighbors and co-workers, and take opportunities to encourage public officials to establish programs and policies that are good for the environment.

Source: ask.com

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: pattycake on September 14, 2012, 04:11:57 PM
Good tips for folks to follow. Only problem is I wonder if its enough to reverse the damage. Those pictures are heart breaking lipstick but bring about awareness.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 14, 2012, 08:01:31 PM
OMG I've watched so many documentaries on this subject. It's horrible to think of the animals that have lost their habitats because we have taken over or damaged the earth in so many ways. There was a story on a Polar Bear that swam for miles to find land. Ugh it was so sad.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 16, 2012, 12:01:44 AM
Good tips for folks to follow. Only problem is I wonder if its enough to reverse the damage. Those pictures are heart breaking lipstick but bring about awareness.

I worry about that too Patty. I just hope its not too late.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on September 16, 2012, 07:13:58 PM
Save water, shower with a friend.
Always turn out the lights when having sex.

I've heard some of those polar bear pictures were not at all as tragic as they made them out to be.  I hope so.  It's tough for animals everywhere, including the human ones.  We, though, have some power to do something about it.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 26, 2012, 05:11:19 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

Fall is on it's way and many rough riders are putting away their motorcycles until spring. There are masks these days to protect you from the wind and cold weather. Some of you savvy motorcyclists probably already have some sort of facial protection. This post is for you. Take a little friendly advice when choosing your face gear. Some of them could put you in more danger than playing chicken on a slick road.

This first example could make some wonder which bank you just robbed. You don't want to be interrogated by the police do you?

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Finally, you could be mistaken for Hannibal Lector. If you must have this one then at least be careful where you go joy riding. You could get a taste of your own medicine and be chased by people armed with forks and knives.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 24, 2012, 03:42:09 PM
Hello LBB'ers!

Halloween is almost here and you may be looking for some last minute costume ideas. Well, I'm here to help as always.

These are some extreme ideas that are definitely not kid friendly.  ;)

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on October 24, 2012, 03:49:44 PM
I like the one you have there of the dauber and the two bingo balls!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on October 25, 2012, 05:14:31 PM
LOL I love that first pic - it's hilarious and tickles my sense of humour.

blue
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 10, 2012, 04:36:58 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

The holidays are approaching and Thanksgiving is around the corner. I thought to myself, self, bingo players really need to know how to fold napkins for our holiday tables. Thanks to Martha Stewart we've got a modern folding technique.

Be prepared to hear your guests gasp!


Tools and Materials
Cotton or linen square napkins
Napkins with a Modern Fold How-To
1. Crease napkin into thirds horizontally.

2. Fold following the creases.

3. From the center point, crease the napkin down on the left side at a 45-degree angle; repeat on right.

4. The napkin now has a tentlike shape.

5. Flip the napkin over; roll up both overhangs.

6. Holding napkin, including rolls, flip it.

7. Fold the right and left corners up at 45-degree angles.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on November 11, 2012, 10:54:16 AM
ahem...
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 11, 2012, 12:37:19 PM
lmaoooooooo thanks chilly. Now if I could only figure out how they did that.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on November 21, 2012, 10:41:04 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

For those of you preparing your Thanksgiving roast beast tomorrow I thought it might be nice to share this with you all. Picture it, you look in your fridge only to find that your turkey is still frozen. What to do? Stay cool as a cucumber that's what.


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Put the turkey (still in the plastic wrapping) into a clean, unscented kitchen trash bag.

Put the turkey into the bathtub (which should also be fairly clean in case of a leak).

Fill your bathtub with cold water to cover the turkey (as cold as it will go).

Every three hours, check the water temperature. If the water has gotten warmer, empty and refill the tub again with cool water. This will keep the turkey cold but also help to thaw the meat quickly.

Source: wikihow.com

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 21, 2012, 12:23:03 PM
Omg i love the pic! It is so Leave it to Beaver hahahahahha!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on November 21, 2012, 04:49:06 PM
I'd like to fall into that picture and enjoy that turkey!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on December 21, 2012, 03:58:12 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

The holidays are a time for cocktails...er...uh...family and friends. Just thought I'd share a recipe for jello/jelly shots. They're fun and can get ya tipsy as long as you don't boil out the alcohol. I know a gal that makes them every year and pours the liquor l in while the jello is cooking on the stove top boiling out all the alcohol.  :O

This recipe will ensure that you get them perfect every time!


Ingredients:

3 oz Jell-O or other gelatin (any flavor)
6 oz water
6 oz vodka (or other distilled spirit)
Preparation:

Easy version:
Pour gelatin into a bowl.
Add boiling water, stirring until the gelatin is dissolved.
Stir in liquor.
Refrigerate until cool.
Pour into shot glasses, molds, or a baking pan for a sheet of Jell-O to cut up once set. Tip: The small, plastic shot cups are perfect because the drinker can just squeeze the shot out.
Refrigerate until the liquid sets. (At least 2 hours, but overnight refrigeration is recommended)
Serve cold.

Source: About.com

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on December 21, 2012, 04:48:04 PM
always room for jello and bingo!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 02, 2013, 12:28:49 AM
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Top 10 New Year's Resolutions

1) Eat healthy and exercise regularly.

Ah, the infamous resolutions to eat healthy and exercise regularly, code word for “lose weight.” Generally, people use the holiday season as an excuse to binge one last time before the New Year. We rationalize that extra helping of Christmas dinner with the thought that it will be our last bout of unhealthy eating, for it is certain we will be at the gym every week post-holidays. In fact, each January, gyms offer promotions and deals to those who want to take action on this resolution. However, according to Time Magazine, “60% of gym memberships go unused and attendance is usually back to normal by mid-February.” This statistic is undoubtedly due to the mere fact that we live in a world of lazy people.

2) Drink less.

This infamous resolution comes to head on day one of the New Year. That “I’m never drinking again” feeling you get after your New Year’s Eve shenanigans, with your head in the toilet and your pounding headache and your makeup smeared down your face that goes unnoticed until Pauly at the neighborhood deli/coffee shop points it out to you that morning. Drinking less kills many birds with one stone: It helps you lose weight, it helps your insides stay healthier, and it helps you make better life decisions. Why is this resolution always broken? Because most of humans’ social activities revolve around alcohol in some way, and the confidence/fun/innuendos that alcohol brings trumps caloric intake and liver protection any day.

3) Learn something new.

It could be French, it could be the clarinet, it could be how to cook something other than microwavable Stouffer’s lasagna. The sky is the limit, and in this great world, there are so many fascinating things to discover. You may also discover, however, that the spitting-sounds of the French language repulse you, that the average price of a clarinet is over $50 and that you’ll settle for Stouffer’s if it means you don’t have to do dishes at the end. Looks like you’ll be saving something new to learn for the following year after all.

4) Quit smoking.

To quit smoking is an ongoing resolution that reaches its peak at the start of the New Year. If you really want to, kudos to you. We know you know its harmful effects and inevitable death sentence. Yet why is it that only an estimated 15% of people who try to quit manage to stay cigarette-free six months later, according to Time? But hey, best of luck (cough you’ll need it cough).

5) Better work/life balance.


Abraham Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs says we need both safety and belonging to reach self-actualization. Under safety comes employment, and under belonging comes friendship, family, and intimacy. In looking at the hierarchy, accomplishing safety comes before accomplishing belonging, making the latter more prized, or more valuable. Working is great: it brings in income, the food on your table, and the vacation you take over the summer. Sure your mother might get on your last nerve, or your friends give you tough love about your semi-pathetic breakup. But it is those people who embody the un-tangible items in life that simply cannot be ignored for your job as an accountant, lawyer, writer, and so forth. If you don’t believe me, read his theory on human motivation. Brilliant stuff.

6) Volunteer

A new year does not mean the diminishing of world problems, and volunteers are always needed. The season of giving is still swinging, so people feel inclined to volunteer and make their free time a bit more meaningful. Spending a few hours at a city soup kitchen counts, so does visiting the old age home. “Volunteering” doesn’t mean going to Nicaragua and building a school, nor does it mean attending every Habitat for Humanity meeting and embarking on a weeklong journey to New Orleans. Anything counts really, for it is better than nothing at all. It’s rare you meet someone who hasn’t been rewarded in some way after their volunteer efforts. Do it, I dare you.

7) Save Money

Do whatever you need to do to accomplish this, because with the inevitable debt you rang in over the best year, you don’t really have a choice. Be that person who hoards coupons, take advantage of Dunkin Donuts’ muffin and coffee deal, or buy everything used: cars, books, clothes, you name it. While this too is another broken resolution, it actually is more doable than you’d think, just takes some effort.

8 Get organized

This might mean your kitchen, your bedroom drawers, your desk at the office, or your social life. You had your fun for the holiday season, and you probably just had a good chunk of time off of work, so there’s no excuse as to why this shouldn’t get done. Heck, getting your s**t together is like shedding the weight that has been on your messy shoulder for the last year. It’s a great feeling being able to sleep in your bed without the accumulated candy wrappers, or walk into work and being able to find a damned paperclip.

9) Read more.

You and I both know that we haven’t had time to sit down with a cup of tea and read a book. Our past year has been filled with deadlines and assignments and attempted sleep, but the New Year season is sort of an in between time to plant your worn out being on a couch and read for hours. That is why reading more becomes a resolution. It could be a biography of George Washington, it could be Fifty Shades of Grey, it could be a picture book. Only things not allowed are textbooks, policy briefs, and the like. You’ll be temped to watch some trashy E! show, but whip out a book instead; you’ll be happy you did.

10) Finish those around the house “to-do” lists.

Making the physical list is half of it; you’re almost there! Things like cleaning out the gutter, planting mums for the spring season, organizing old pictures, or making piles of giveaway clothes to Good Will all sound easy enough, but you and I both know that for some reason, they just never get done. Set a day aside, early in the year so it comes a bit more realistic to get done, before your first to-do list is on the master, later on to-do list.

source: policymic

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on January 02, 2013, 01:54:10 AM
well, I'm good on #2 and #4, but the rest of those, heck, I resolve to do those almost every day and dang if I don't fall short of my goals.  I think I'd do best resolving not to beat myself up over failing to achieve my resolutions.

These are good ones though, and I'll keep working on them.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 02, 2013, 05:38:07 PM
I don't think that I've ever achieved a New Year's resolution. It's so fun to be bad LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 03, 2013, 12:59:53 AM
He he he i hear ya froggy. I didn't make one this year, i decided instead not to set myself up for failure!

Lips
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 03, 2013, 12:48:53 PM
Neither did I. No resolutions. Que sera sera. LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 08, 2013, 10:39:15 PM
The Holiday Season is Over Now What?

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The after holiday blues can make any of us feeling a bit ho-hum! Let the magic continue in January with these great ideas:

1. Shop until you drop with fantastic bargains and huge sales.

2. Plan a vacation to some wonderful spot you have never been.

3. Get in shape for summer and join a gym.

4. Take up a new hobby.

5. Redecorate your home.

6. Go sight seeing to museums and historical places.

7. Get a beauty makeover.

8. Pamper yourself at a Spa.

9. Dine at new ethnic restaurants.

10. Plan a weekend getaway.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 29, 2013, 10:54:15 AM
Crazy Fad Diets That Don't Work

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The Cabbage Soup Diet is a quick fix -- you can only follow the diet plan for seven days at a time. During that week, you can only eat fruits, vegetables and, of course, cabbage soup (staying true to the diet's moniker).

The Grapefruit Diet is also built around limiting calories by greatly minimizing the foods that one is "allowed" to eat. This eating plan, which has been around since the 1930s, sets out a specific set of foods that dieters can eat for meals, which include unsweetened grapefruit juice, black coffee, non-starchy vegetables and some fish and meats.

Although it's been around since the 1950s, the HCG Diet has received quite a bit of press over the past year. Requiring dieters to take in only 500 calories a day -- while the lowest intake recommended by the U.S. Committee on Dietary Allowance is 1,200 calories -- HCG couples caloric restriction with injections of the human choriogonadotropin (HCG) hormone. The hormone is supposed to stimulate weight loss. However, the FDA has approved the hormone treatment for women having fertility issues at this point, but not for weight loss.

The images conjured up by the Sleeping Beauty Diet's name turn out to be fairly accurate. The plan encourages people to sedate themselves for a few days to "sleep off" weight. The King of Rock 'n Roll himself, Elvis Presley, reportedly was a fan of this diet plan.

We've all heard that "French Women Don't Get Fat," but French women's magazine, Grazia, reported on a diet that takes this assertion to an extreme -- "L'Air Fooding" or "The Air Diet."

Apparently inspired by photographs of stars and models holding food near their mouths without actually ingesting it, this "diet plan" suggests miming eating without actually following through.

Ear stapling, which originated from the Chinese medical practice of acupuncture, involves the piercing of small staples into the ear's inner cartilage. These staples are supposed to act as appetite suppressants by triggering a key pressure point within the ear.

source: huffingtonpost

Have you ever tried a fad diet? I have tried the cabbage soup diet and as soon as i got off it i gained every single pound back not to mention that cabbage in any soup has ruined me forever!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 29, 2013, 11:23:40 AM
I've done the cabbage soup diet too. OMG can't ever eat anything like that soup again. I've done the Adkins where you eliminate carbs. That one is so hard. I love me some bread!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on January 29, 2013, 03:33:37 PM
Way back when, way back then, I got those HCG shots.  I've got to say, it worked.  It worked great.  But you can't touch oil or skin as you absorb it and will gain weight, for one thing.  You could buy meals from them or fix your own.  Really some skinless grilled chicken and veggies isn't bad.  500 calories a day was pretty hard to keep up.  You had to take a break after so many weeks, and before starting again (my favorite part) you got to go on a kinda binge where you ate as much as you wanted for a day or so before going back down to 500 calories.


What ticked me off is that men lost at least a pound a day while the women only lost 1/2 if that. 

I don't give a darn anymore what I weigh as long as my clothes zip up and don't fall off of me while walking.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 29, 2013, 03:39:26 PM
I never heard of those shots before. And hey it's not fair that men lose weight faster than women. Ticks me off LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on January 29, 2013, 03:54:06 PM
I agree.  But still, 15 pounds a month is pretty nice to take off.

You have to go there every day 6 days a week to get your shot and weigh in...fun stuff.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 30, 2013, 02:48:01 PM
Oh i think the Atkins diet is the worst ever for me! It deprived me of wayyyy to many things i liked and forces ya to eat lots of meat and i'm not a big meat eater at all! I rather go on a low fat diet!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 18, 2013, 05:21:18 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I looked around the house today and thought, my goodness it needs a good Spring cleaning! Where's a girl to start? Well, I came across a few tips for my bingo buddies. You know how we like to set it on auto-play and do the dishes  ;)


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10 spring cleaning tips

1 Work from the top down, inside to outside, to avoid getting what you just cleaned dirty again.

2 Do one room, even one area of one room, at a time to avoid unfinished jobs. The satisfaction of seeing one room sparkle will make the hard work feel like it's worth the effort.

3 When tidying, reduce trips around the house by temporarily depositing items in one spot en route to but not at their final destination.

4 Do two things at once. While laundry is going, scrub the shower stall.

5 Make small repairs. If you're not handy, hire someone.

6 Invest in good rubber or vinyl gloves to protect your skin and nails.

7 Dust before vacuuming or cleaning the floor. Try feather or lambswool dusters, especially extendable ones for reaching above window and door casings and into corners. Household rags are invaluable for jobs requiring a damp cloth – natural fibres work best.

8 Buy mops with a squeeze mechanism (great for vinyl, linoleum or ceramic tile floors) and a decent-size heavy-duty pail – one with a measuring scale helps get soap-to-water ratios correct.

9 Don't stand your brooms on their bristles. It will destroy their shape and diminish their effectiveness. Instead, get a broom holder, like the Magic Holder 5-position broom organizer.

10 Use a Swiffer for light dusting, or your favourite broom or vacuum attachment to clean hardwood floors. Then damp-mop with a mild cleaner such as Murphy Oil Soap. I recently discovered BonaKemi's MicroPlus Hardwood Floor Care System, which includes a mop with a removable washable microfibre pad and a nontoxic water-based spray cleaner. It makes the floors glow, and smell good, too.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: chillymellow on February 19, 2013, 12:37:43 PM
I need all those tips, thanks.  I'm beginning to think dust owns my house, not me.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 19, 2013, 04:07:43 PM
LOL that's too funny chilly. I hate to clean. I like the tip about hiring a handy man except I'd like to hire someone to clean!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 21, 2013, 02:23:55 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

This week I'd like to get some tips from you. Whatever you'd like to share would be great. It can be anything from household tips to cocktail recipes.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 22, 2013, 01:28:59 PM
How hot are you? Can you handle hot peppers? Put a little spice in your life. Grill them and eat them whole with your favorite grilled meat if you dare!! Grow them in your garden and they will be ready when the hots days of summer arrive!

Here is a list of the hottest peppers around:

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JALAPEÑO PEPPER

These are one of the hottest peppers. The jalapeño is one of the most common types of peppers and makes a great hot sauce. Deep fry jalapeño and stuff with american cheese or cream cheese for a tasty yet spicy appetizer.

SERRANO PEPPER

The Serrano pepper is very much like the jalapeno , but much hotter. If you are looking for the hottest pepper in the bunch pick the smallest ones that tend to be hotter.

CAYENNE PEPPER

The Cayenne pepper is another hot pepper and a popular choice popular to add heat to food. Cayenne pepper is red and for most part is dried and distributed in powder form. Additionally, this pepper has been used in natural medicines for centuries for its healing properties.

TABASCO PEPPER

This pepper is used obviously for Tabasco sauce. It measures less than two inches long and can be green, red, yellow or orange in color.

THAI PEPPER
Grown in Thailand this pepper is super hot!. The Thai pepper is one of the smallest peppers, measuring in at less than an inch. It's is used in many Thai dishes adding a hot spicy flavor.

ROCOTO PEPPER

Don't get this pepper mixed up with a Bell pepper! It has a very similar look and shape to the sweet pepper but is extremely hot!  Some cultures use this pepper to make very spicy sauces.

HABANERO CHILI PEPPER

This common Habanero chili is one of the hottest peppers around. This little pepper may not look like much but it is like stick of dynamite going off in your mouth!

GHOST PEPPER

This is rated the hottest pepper in the world. The Guinness Book of World Records recognized the Ghost pepper in 2006 as the hottest of all peppers. Use caution when working with the Ghost pepper  because one seed can produce burning for up to thirty minutes in your mouth.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 22, 2013, 02:00:47 PM
I stop after the tobasco pepper. The ghost pepper is supposed to be insane. What are the best ways to sooth the burn of capsaicin? I've heard milk is best but idk.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Lootva on May 11, 2013, 03:43:47 AM
As far as I know, milk is the only thing that can help a bit... That, and throwing up asap, so you don't get the after effects :)
I've seen these insane videos of people testing the hottest peppers, and let me tell you, it doesn't look good :) They finish usually in pains!
I am not that fun of those extremes, don't really see why would anyone subject himself to such torture.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on May 11, 2013, 11:29:05 PM
I'm big into Thai food but I have to admit I always push the peppers aside. I'm a wimp when it comes to heat.  :-X
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 22, 2013, 12:53:05 PM
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Yes, it's that time of year when the dreaded allergies ruin our lives. Here are a few Spring time tips courtesy of webmd.com.


With spring rains, there's more mold growth inside and outside your home. Flowers, trees, weeds, and grasses also begin to blossom. And spring cleaning will stir up dust mites throughout the house as well.

Keep Pollen Under Control

To tame pollen, wash bedding every week in hot water. Wash your hair and shower before going to bed, since pollen can accumulate in hair.

Clean Every Surface

Wear a mask and gloves when cleaning, vacuuming, or painting to limit dust and chemical exposure. Vacuum twice a week.

Wash Rugs

Limit throw rugs to reduce dust and mold. If you do have rugs, make sure they are washable.

Keep Indoor Air Clean

Keep windows closed to reduce pollen entering the house. Change filters in air conditioning units and vents frequently this time of year.

Consider Allergy Medicine

Talk to your doctor about a seasonal allergy drug that may be appropriate for your symptoms.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: pattycake on May 22, 2013, 02:10:55 PM
Sneezing, coughing and congestion has been my life these last couple weeks. I never realized that the pollen lived in so many places like hair and sheets. I wash both regularly and it makes no difference. The best over the counter drug is Benedryl. Work wonders! You must suffer from allergies as well froggy?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on May 22, 2013, 02:34:50 PM
I have never been one for allergies but as of late when I’m on my runs I get major sneezing fits! At times I almost think I’m going to pee my pants!  ;D I was never one for problems with the spring till now and it stinks.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Lootva on May 23, 2013, 10:19:55 AM
Hmm, I have also noticed that I start to sneeze and my eyes get red a bit, and I have never had any problems with that before. Well, I guess it is never too late to develop an allergy. I have a few friends who have a really tough time in the allergy seasons (different allergies) and I know how that can be a pain in the ass.
The only thing I can think off is that you should clean the AC  filters as often as you can :)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 23, 2013, 12:57:29 PM
You must suffer from allergies as well froggy?

Yes! It's terrible.

I have never been one for allergies but as of late when I’m on my runs I get major sneezing fits! At times I almost think I’m going to pee my pants! 

LOL I know exactly what you mean. They can be some forceful sneezes and coughs!

The only thing I can think off is that you should clean the AC  filters as often as you can :)

That's a great idea too. The doctor said that those saline rinses are good for your sinuses too. I never tried it though.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 09, 2013, 02:12:21 PM
Sometimes ya just need a cocktail!

Here's one of my favorites, the Mojito!

Ingredients
2 tablespoons (1 ounce) fresh lime juice
2 heaping teaspoons superfine sugar
1 cup crushed ice
12 fresh mint leaves, plus 5 small sprigs for garnish
1/4 cup (2 ounces) white rum
2 tablespoons (1 ounce) club soda
preparation

In 10-ounce glass (such as Collins or highball), stir together lime juice and sugar until sugar dissolves. Add 1/4 cup crushed ice. Rub mint leaves over rim of glass, then tear leaves in half and add to glass. Gently stir for 15 seconds, then add rum, remaining crushed ice, and club soda. Gently stir for 5 seconds, then tuck mint sprigs into top of glass and insert tall straw.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 23, 2013, 01:44:17 PM
Hi Bingo Balls,

One thing that drives me crazy is seeing how quickly the stores move through the holidays and seasons. We're still in the heart of summer and they've moved on to fall and school supplies for the kiddies. Let's enjoy the present, right?

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One thing that is a plus about this is that things are on sale and clearance. If you need a outdoor table, now's the time to grab it. If you need a few flowers or potted plants, now's the time to grab them. Practically anything associated with summer is discounted at this time of year. That's my tip of the week. Go out and get your summer goodies at a great price!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on July 23, 2013, 09:40:51 PM
Agreed froggy! Rush, rush, rush! I wonder if that is just an American thing? The sales are great though, it really is the time to stock up.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on December 23, 2013, 02:30:24 PM
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1. Volunteer your time for a worthy cause

2. Donate money or clothes to a charity

3. Adopt a family for Christmas that are less fortune

4. Spoil a family and send them homemade cookies or a hot meal

5. Pay for the car behind you in a drive-thru or pick up a tab for a stranger at a restaurant

6. Give Blood

7. Donate blood

8. Write a letter of appreciation for someone

9. Help your neighbor put up outdoor Christmas decorations

10. Send gifts to the troops

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 04, 2014, 11:21:44 PM
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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Lootva on January 05, 2014, 05:38:57 AM
I never liked skinny girls anyway :)
And I just love those old commercials, before the common sense kicked in!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 05, 2014, 10:47:52 AM
I never liked skinny girls anyway :)

Lootva where have you been all my life!

LOL I love those vintage ads too. Here's an absolutely ridiculously awesome one with no sense.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on January 05, 2014, 11:04:31 PM
Lmao those advertisements are nuts, a baby with a razor and a dentist condoning smoking!  LOL LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 28, 2014, 12:31:38 PM
Hi LBB'ers!

I don't know about you but I'm sick of winter weather and my skin is taking a beating. If you're lucky enough to live somewhere warm I envy you but for those of us stuck in freezing temperatures I thought I'd share a sugar scrub to get your legs looking smooth and hydrated.

Okay, so most ladies massage the mixture onto their legs, then shave, apply the mixture again and rinse but you can skip the shaving part just in case it irritates your skin.

Sugar scrub ingredients:
1 1/4 cup white sugar
1/2 cup oil - olive oil is nice
Squeeze in one lemon, lime or about three tablespoons of any citrus fruit

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on January 30, 2014, 05:07:46 AM
That's a nice remedy Froggy.  I'll try that out.

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on January 30, 2014, 11:20:22 AM
Ahhh what a nice soothing treatment for the skin. My skin has taken a real beating in this cold weather. My hands have actually cracked from beating out in the brutal cold. I bet this would be a good recipe for hands too.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 30, 2014, 12:00:01 PM
Yep, it could definitely be used on the hands. I think I might mix some up and make my skin happy :)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 21, 2014, 02:06:38 PM
Hi LBB'ers!

Skin care is so important and spa facials are not always worth the money. I've found an at home facial that you can create yourself to hydrate your skin.

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Grind 1 Tbsp oatmeal in a blender and set aside. Add 1 Tbsp fennel seeds to 1/2 cup boiling water to make a tea. Allow the seeds to steep for 10 minutes; strain the seeds and discard. Let it cool down to room temperature and then combine 1 Tbsp of the fennel tea with 1 Tbsp ground oatmeal and 1 Tbsp honey. Apply the mixture to your clean face and leave on for 20 minutes. Rinse with tepid water followed by a cool rinse. This mask can be done twice weekly.

Source: womansday.com

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 21, 2014, 09:50:12 PM
I have all those ingredients in the house and that is pretty amazing i do to create this concoction. I will def give it try!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on February 22, 2014, 12:45:15 AM
Froggy have you tested it?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on February 22, 2014, 04:44:54 AM
Cheap and effective by the sounds of it.  Love to hear if anyone has tried it.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 22, 2014, 05:42:57 PM
I have not tried it yet but I did try the sugar scrub and it's amazing. Definitely better than a salt scrub that dries out your skin. I've got to try this facial though. Wondering if I've got fennel seeds...
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: fried-eggs on February 23, 2014, 12:33:51 AM
Cool, always looking for at home facials.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on March 21, 2014, 11:21:14 AM
Spring has Sprung

March 21st kicks off spring in the Northern Hemisphere and after the brutal harsh winter it couldn't get here soon enough!

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Here are some Spring cleaning tips:

1. Windows - Use a rubber edged squeegee that has a long handle to reach higher windows.

2. Blinds - Lay an old sheet outside and put your blinds on top, preferably in a slanted position. Scrub. Clean with a non-abrasive cleaner, rinse with a hose. Dry thoroughly with a towel.

3. Ceiling fans:  Change the direction counterclockwise for a nice breeze during warmer months, switching clockwise in colder weather. The switch is usually found on the base to adjust the rotation.

4. Refrigerator: wash the inside with a solution of two tablespoons of baking soda for every quart of warm water. Wash removable shelves and drawers in the solution (let glass shelves come to room temperature first so warm water won't crack them). Loosen tough spills by wetting the area with the solution. Use a toothbrush to scrub little nooks and crannies. Vacuum or brush dust from the condenser coils to keep fridge from overheating.

5. Carpet/Throw rugs: Rent a shampooer for synthetic carpets and open windows to dry faster. For wool carpets hire a professional.

6.Curtains: Vacuum, steam clean or dry clean. If putting up lighter weight curtains for spring remove dust and dirt before storing winter drapes. 

7. Batteries: Replace the batteries in your smoke detector.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 21, 2014, 01:00:54 PM
Nice cleaning tips lips! LOL love the pic too!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on March 21, 2014, 06:27:43 PM
I don't like spring cleaning but I'm happy when it's done.  Great tips Lips.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Lootva on March 22, 2014, 04:23:15 PM
Nice tips Lips!
Add this to the list, put a half of a lemon in the fridge, to kill the eventual weird smells :)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on March 22, 2014, 04:48:10 PM
Thanks lootva that's a new one for me!

Blue - I don't like it either but when u get to the nitty gritty and clean in spots that aren't often done its a great feeling!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 16, 2014, 01:50:31 PM
Now that we all got our spring cleaning done  :z it's time to worry about our beasts. What can we do for our little furry friends to prepare them for the warm weather?

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Let Your Garden Grow—With Care
Pet parents, take care—fertilizers, insecticides and herbicides keep our plants and lawns healthy and green, but their ingredients aren't meant for four-legged consumption and can be fatal if your pet ingests them.  Always store these poisonous products in out-of-the-way places and follow label instructions carefully. Check out our full list of garden care tips.
 
Poisonous Plants 
Time to let your garden grow! But beware, many popular springtime plants—including Easter lilies, rhododendron and azaleas—are highly toxic to pets and can easily prove fatal if eaten. Check out our full list—and pics!—of toxic and non-toxic plants for your home and garden.
 
Ah-Ah-Achoo!
Like their sneezy human counterparts, pets can be allergic to foods, dust, plants and pollens. Allergic reactions in dogs and cats can cause minor sniffling and sneezing as well as life-threatening anaphylactic shock. If you suspect your pet has a springtime allergy, please visit your veterinarian as soon as possible.
 
Pesky Little Critters
April showers bring May flowers—and an onslaught of bugs! Make sure your pet is on year-round heartworm preventive medication, as well as a flea and tick control program. Ask your doctor to recommend a plan designed specifically for your pet.
   
Out and About
Warmer weather means more trips to the park, longer walks and more chances for your pet to wander off! Make sure your dog or cat has a microchip for identification and wears a tag imprinted with your home address, cell phone and any other relevant contact information. Canines should wear flat (never choke!) collars, please.

Source: ASPCA.org

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 25, 2014, 11:52:02 AM
Hi LBB'ers!

Just like a full house, our love should be difficult to get. So, when we meet someone new we should play a little hard to get don't you think?

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Here are a few suggestions on how to master the art of playing hard to get with our love interests.

Revel in your singlehood
Let him make the first move
Flirt with others
Up those confidence levels
Act like a man ~ if you're a man you've already got this one down
Don’t be “too” available
Don’t cling
Take it slow
Don’t dress like a tart

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on April 25, 2014, 12:14:23 PM
Awesome advice for men and women! Lets face it everybody wants what they can't have! If you are too easy to conquer the quest is over and the person moves on. I don't really like game players (only gambling that is) but sometimes its wise to take it slow especially to protect your heart from getting hurt.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Chantellee on April 25, 2014, 02:58:42 PM
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I love the twinkle and sparkle at Christmas time but decorating can be quite a chore especially untangling the Christmas lights!

Here is the trials and tribulations trimming the tree with lights and tips to make it easier:

1) Try to make it as pleasurable as possible by making yourself a nice cup of hot cocoa.

2) After you open the box of stored lights that you swore would not be tangled this year, you realize they are in a knotted mess.

3) Don't panic, simply replace the hot cocoa for a eggnog spiked with brandy.

4) You have ten strands to untangle and the first one took 45 minutes straighten out.

5) Your nerves are beginning to get as frazzled as the lights, but please again don't stress. Simply toss the eggnog for a martini.

6) After getting all the lights unraveled you test them and only 2 strands are working and only half the lights are working on two others.

7) There is only one thing to do to keep calm. Grab the the tequila and drink it straight from the bottle its an instant stress reliever.

8) All the lights are finally on the tree with a stack plugged into one outlet. Flipping the switch you blow out the lights and now none of them work.

9) Stumbling now from all the liquor consumption, you stagger over to the tree, fall and knock the tree over.

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I haven't  really read much, of  this topic but i started today and cant stop now... Anyways this post , is VERY relatable!! I know its not Xmas and all but that's some funny sh!t
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on April 26, 2014, 10:48:58 AM
LOL I know Chantellee. I could see lips sittin on the floor with balls of lights like WTF!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 07, 2014, 12:08:11 PM
Hi LBB'ers!

I've got more spring time advice for you!

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No, it's not some weird adult toy. These are ear plugs and as the weather gets warmer the motorcycles start coming out. There are so many times I've been driving along or sitting outside enjoying the fresh air and here comes a loud motorcycle. So many times I wished I had some ear plugs. Sure bikes are cool but the loud sound in my ear brings out a rage in me!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: blueday on May 07, 2014, 05:42:26 PM
My first thought was "adult toy" when I saw that pic.LOL  Are our minds in the sewer or what hehehehe

Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 09, 2014, 11:55:14 AM
My mind spends most of its time in the sewer LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 27, 2014, 05:38:52 PM
Little beasts known as squirrels hang out in many of our yards and although cute, they can be pests. They eat up your vegetable garden or even your outdoor furniture but what to do?

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Here are some tips from gardenguides.com

Step 1
Remove any extra food sources from your tree. If you nailed a bird house to the tree, or if your kids hung a bird seeded pine cone to the tree, you will want to remove them. Squirrels love to feast on bird seed, and this could be what is attracting the squirrels in the first place.

Step 2
Spray the tree with fox urine. The fox is a predator of the squirrel. Squirrels will smell the urine and think that a fox is nearby. They will stay away from the tree. Just make sure you reapply the fox urine every two weeks, or after a rainfall. ~ um, no

Step 3
Cover the bottom of the tree with metal sheeting. The squirrels will not be able to latch on to anything with their claws, and will not be able to get up the tree to do any damage.

Step 4
Trap the squirrels by baiting a squirrel trap with peanut butter. Then transport the squirrels to a nearby park or zoo.

Step 5
Use a squirrel repellent that contains the active ingredient thiram. Be aware that this a chemical repellent, but it is highly effective if your other methods are not working. Spray the squirrel repellent around the base of the tree up to the first set of branches to keep the squirrels away.


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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 09, 2014, 07:16:47 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

One of my favorite summer drinks is lemonade and I came across a great version that I had to share. You'll need something to sip luxuriously as you lounge on the Bingo Boat (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/716/)!

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Muddled Lemonberryade by Michael Chiarello

What you'll need:

4 lemons, sliced
1/2 cup mint leaves
1 cup sugar
1 pint berries (strawberries and blackberries preferable)
1 quart water
1 quart club soda

Directions: Slice lemons and place in the bottom of the drink pitcher. Add 1/2 cup fresh mint and 1 cup sugar on top of lemons. With the wooden spoon mash the mixture for 1 minute. Add the berries and lightly mash. Add 1 quart water and refrigerate until chilled.

To serve: Fill a tall glass with ice and fill 3/4 with lemon juice mixture, top with club soda and serve.


Enjoy and feel free to add a little vodka ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on July 09, 2014, 10:05:32 PM
Looks soooooooooo good! I love the muddled drinks especially mojitos with a sprig of mint  :P
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 10, 2014, 02:34:09 PM
Me too lips. So refreshing. I had a strawberry mojito and a raspberry mojito and they were amazing!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 19, 2014, 12:53:38 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

This tip is real simple. For those of you Starbucks lovers in the USA, the Pumpkin Spice Latte will be back this year on August 26th! It's thrilling, I know.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on August 19, 2014, 01:49:08 PM
Wow that means summer is almost over! It seems like it just got started and soon it will be ghost, goblins and of course pumpkin spice latte and don't forget about the pumpkin scones too!

Does Starbucks in other parts of the world offer these flavors?
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 02, 2014, 01:41:40 PM
Hey Bingo Babes!

Fall is approaching and a great thing to do with the over abundance of apples that we're seeing is make taffy apples!


Ingredients

8 apples, any variety
1 cup chopped peanuts or other nut of your choice
1 cup heavy cream, divided
3/4 cup light corn syrup
1/2 cup (1 stick) unsalted butter
1 cup sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions

Wash and completely dry the apples. Insert a stick into the stem end of each.

Line a 9-by-9-inch or 7-by-11-inch baking pan with foil. Place the chopped nuts into the lined pan.

Fit a heavy-bottomed saucepan with a candy thermometer. Over high heat, cook 3/4 cup of the cream, the corn syrup, butter, and sugar to 246 degrees F (firm ball); at this point the syrup will be golden. Remove from the heat and carefully swirl in the remaining 1/4 cup of cream and the vanilla. Use caution; this is very hot and it may splatter.

While the caramel is hot, dip and turn the apples into the caramel to coat and let the excess drip off. Dip the bottoms into the chopped nuts. Arrange the apples on a nonstick or waxed paper-lined cookie sheet and let cool.

Source: FoodNetwork.com


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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 25, 2014, 01:28:22 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

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This is supposed to be a hot fall look but instead it looks like she just woke up and her hair could use a wash.

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Share your favorite looks, good or bad!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 20, 2014, 11:43:33 AM
Hi Bingo Balls!

It's getting chilly and rainy this month around the world and it's leaving us stuck indoors. What are some things we can do to entertain ourselves?

I thought about maybe having an indoor treasure hunt, nah.

Maybe taking a bubble bath, nah.

I could bake some cookies but then I remembered that I don't bake.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 20, 2014, 12:39:55 PM
Thanksgiving Splurging!

Ok so there is plenty of tips out there to help you from overeating this Thanksgiving. I say it is what Thanksgiving is all about and there should be NO rules as far as what you put in your mouth......well almost anything you put in your mouth!

I started out with creating a list of how not to go overboard with eating and thought hey who am i kidding i can't give advice i won't follow!

However if you do overeat and feel a bit sicky have plenty of Pepto-Bismol, Alka-Seltzer Tagamet!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 17, 2015, 07:49:21 AM
Hi Bingo Babes!

I woke up to the sun shining so brightly in the UK and thought I slept through to spring. There are currently 31 more days until we get there. Spring begins on March 20th this year.

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I love tulips and I'm always looking for a way to make them last longer once they've been cut.

Martha Stewart says:

STEP 1
Start with a very clean vase. Fill it about 1/3 full with fresh, room-temperature water; tulips last longer in shallow water. Add cut-flower food to the vase. You can also nourish flowers with a solution of one teaspoon sugar and two drops liquid bleach per gallon of fresh water.

STEP 2
Hold each stem next to your vase to gauge how much you'll need to trim. Using a sharp knife, cut stems at a 45-degree angle so they won't sit flat in the vase. Cut away any white stem tissue for better water absorption. Remove any leaves under the water line to prevent rotting.

STEP 3
Recondition your tulips daily: Recut the stems, change the water, and add nourishment. Keep in a cool area; heat reduces bloom time. If tulips droop once arranged, try this: Insert a pin through the stem just below the head; then pull it out. The holes let air escape to expedite the water flow. Keep in a cool place for longest life.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on February 17, 2015, 10:48:18 AM
Without sounding trite i am right with you tulips are my favorite. I remember the first year i planted them around the side of my house. They had to be planted in the fall and i waited anxiously in the spring for them to pop up but they never did! Did a bit of research and discovered i planted the bulbs upside down  :'(.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 18, 2015, 09:51:26 AM
Ugh that's awful lips but I bet looking bet it's pretty funny! You had to be livid LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on May 29, 2015, 11:04:35 AM
Hi LBB'ers!

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"Place a piece of Scotch tape (about 1″) along the outer part of your eye toward the tail of your eyebrow, using your lower lash line as a guide. Take your bent eyeliner brush (or any super small makeup brush) and apply your eyeliner along the tape, connecting it to your upper lash line to form a triangle shape—this will give the illusion of a wing."

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on May 29, 2015, 02:27:44 PM
Love those cat eyes soooooo kewl!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on June 09, 2015, 01:00:50 PM
Summertime BBQ's and the Appetizers are Easy!

With warm weather comes the fantastic outdoor cookouts (commonly called in the midwest) or BBQ's (called by everyone)!

With every passing warm weather season there is always a new recipe we would love to discover. I came a cross a cool treat that is yummy, refreshing and also has a great presentation for a nice conversation starter. 

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Super easy to prepare!

Ingredients

Plain or Chocolate dipped waffle cones - quantity depends on number of guests

Cut fruit favorites - Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, red raspberries, pineapple, grapes, kiwi and whatever other fruit favorite you have.

Dip:

One jar of marshmallow creme
One carton of  lite strawberry cream cheese

Soften cream cheese and fold in in full jar of the marshmallow cream and place in center of party tray. Fill waffle cones with fruit mix and assemble on tray and bon appetite!

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on June 10, 2015, 12:15:12 PM
That is such a cool idea! I hope you'll be making it lips ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 15, 2015, 03:34:52 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

Now that summer is in full swing many of us are out getting lots of sun and sunburn is always a possibility. There are several home remedies that can soothe the burn.

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Sunburn soothing home remedies:
Milk
Plain Yogurt
Mint Leaves
Aloe
Tea Bags
Baking Soda

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on August 11, 2015, 02:00:28 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

When life gives you lemons make  lemonade!

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What you'll need:
2 quarts (8 cups) cold water
2 cups freshly squeezed lemon juice (from about 14 medium lemons)
1 cup Simple Syrup, plus more as needed
Ice
1 medium lemon, thinly sliced, for garnish

Source: chow.com
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on September 24, 2015, 01:39:59 PM
Fall is Here!

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The First day of Fall was September 23rd and it is time to prepare for the cool weather and colder months ahead!

Autumn Tips:

1.   Pull your winter linens out of storage including sheets and bed spreads and exchange for the light weight linens.
2.   Get the vacuum attachment out and brush ceilings, walls and baseboards.
3.   Get all photos and favorite memories of the summer organized and put into albums.
4.   Wash windows and screens.
5.   Replace any screens that have tears and broken windows.
6.   Put summer clothes in storage and bring out winter clothing.
7.   Update your window treatments with heavier currents to keep out cold drafts.
8.   Winterize your outside garden and protect rose bushes and perennials through harsh winters for healthy spring growth.
9.   Rake leaves regularly and shred to place in compost pile.
10.   Clean chimney and furnace for quality performance.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on October 15, 2015, 07:24:00 AM
Hi Bingo Balls!

Forget the beauty and let's talk about the beasts. Halloween is coming up and I was wondering if anyone has any parties coming up and please share some cool costume ideas. I've got a party happening on Halloween and I plan on painting my face like a day of the dead skull.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: AlyLauren on November 01, 2015, 10:51:57 PM

In the shower and your singing so good even Simon Cowel would be impressed! Shampoo your hair, reach for the conditioner and oh no the nightmare of nightmares…..your out of conditioner! No problem…….here is a quick fix. Fabric softener, yes I said fabric softener! Just a dab of that just this once will get those tangles out of your hair and leave with soft smooth locks!


Oh my is it for real? I just can't believe that you can actually use fabric softener as an alternative conditioner???  ??? ??? ???
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: lipstick on November 02, 2015, 06:37:22 AM
I have not personally tried it, but rumor says it works!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 07, 2016, 12:46:19 PM
Hi Bingo Babes!

As you know, its the first week of 2016 and empty gyms across the globe are now filled with New Year's resolution'ers. For those of you that walk up to a machine and wonder what it is or what it does, it could be worse. Just for sh$ts and gigs let's take a look back at some retro exercise equipment.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: quinckr on March 11, 2016, 10:34:31 AM

Look at the joys of fitness on the face of this young man



LOL I would have included the photo as well, but: "Sorry, you are not allowed to post external links.".
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 11, 2016, 12:26:53 PM
He sure made it look thrilling. I was definitely motivated  LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 22, 2016, 11:12:45 AM
It's officially Spring and the question on my mind is whether or not to celebrate with a cocktail.

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Of course I should! In honor of the spring rain showers ahead in my part of the world, I want to share the recipe for a Dark 'n' Stormy.


What you'll need:

2 ounces dark rum
3 ounces ginger beer
½ ounce freshly squeezed lime juice
Ice
Lime

Mixology

Fill glass with ice, add the dark rum, ginger beer and the lime juice. Garnish with lime.

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 27, 2016, 03:46:33 PM
Hi Bingo Balls!

I've been very busy on the hunt for Pokemon - don't judge me. Do I have any fellow players here? If so, please share some of your tips and I'll share one that really works earning XPs and leveling up.

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You earn major points for evolving your Pokemon. So, here's a little tip. Save all your common Pokemon that only require 12 candies to evolve and when you've got plenty, go to your items and use the Lucky Egg. This will double your XPs for 30 minutes while you evolve those Pidgeys and Ratattas. You'll be flying through the levels in an instant (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/1926/)

 :-bd
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Johnny Karp on July 28, 2016, 04:34:37 AM

Do I have any fellow players here?


I haven't tried it yet but I might at some point, even though it sounds quite time-consuming.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Lily on July 28, 2016, 08:55:13 AM
I am terrified of this game  *-* I still remember the days when I spent hours raising a virtual farm  :-S I'm afraid this would be much, much worse... So I just like to pretend I'm hipster enough and that I rebel against it  8)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on July 28, 2016, 11:40:51 AM
I'm hooked. My evenings are occupied! LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Infichice on September 01, 2016, 06:53:38 AM
Lol, this pictures gonna kill me LOL
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on September 30, 2016, 12:43:28 PM
Hi Bingo Tarts!

It's been a heck of a week so I'd like to share a cocktail that I'll soon be sipping. It's perfect for fall and a great idea for all those apples you've been picking.

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Spike Apple Cider

Ingredients
1/4 gallon apple cider
1/2 cup dark rum
1/2 cup cinnamon schnapps
1 Granny Smith apple, peeled, cut into large chunks
1/2 lemon, juiced

Directions
Mix cider, rum, and schnapps in a large pitcher. Toss the apples with lemon juice and skewer them for garnish. Pour the spiked cider over ice.

I swiped this recipe from Food Network (http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/aaron-mccargo-jr/spiked-apple-cider-cocktails-recipe.html).

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on February 16, 2017, 06:14:23 AM
Hi Bingo Balls!

Since this topic is beauty and the beast, I thought it would be fitting to talk about the upcoming Beauty and the Beast film. Disney is taking it from illustrations to real flesh and blood actors.

The release date is planned for later this year.

Official Trailer (https://youtu.be/iXfEc4wG208)

It looks awesome. Anyone interested in seeing it?

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Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mr Cleetus on March 24, 2017, 06:47:05 AM
I was soooo pumped up for this movie, but I'm not buying Emma Watson as Belle.  It's not the looks,  but it is everything else. Is Belle a tomboyish, sarcastic, annoyed looking inventor/feminist with a heavy British accent in a small French town? But why am I even surprised, It's Hollywood! No thanks, go shove your stupid trending stuff down someone else's throat.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on March 24, 2017, 07:54:14 AM
What's happening in Hollywood these days? Everything is a remake, reboot or ridiculous. Where's the originality? I had high hopes for this movie. I plan to see this one over the weekend and certainly wasn't expecting Belle as a tomboy.
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on January 15, 2018, 09:41:36 AM
Hey Bingo Babes! Long time no hear!   <3
Let's stay healthy this winter, shall we?
Here is one magnificent syrup recipe to get rid of a boring cough: :-&

Boyle a beer and sugar all together!
Leave it to cool down in a jar and use it as any other syrup!


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Simple as that!
It might sound a little bit disgusting but trust me, it works!

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How about you?  ;)


Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on January 31, 2018, 06:55:07 AM
Hey, LBB'ers! It's the last day of January 2018! How do you feel today? :D
(https://i.imgur.com/Fn3Ygzb.jpg)
Some say that January is a special month since it represents the beginning of the new year!
This is the time when you start implementing your new year's resolutions, when you feel happy surrounded by people you love the most, when everything is in its place...
However, it's also the longest month of the year, at least in that financial way. Buying presents and new year's eve gowns, preparing delicious meals for your family... all this stuff made you so happy and grateful but your wallet has never been thinner...  What to do??  :`o

Well... don't regret it. You deserved it! You had a great month and February is just around the corner.
New opportunities are coming!
Try your luck at Bingo Fest (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/bingo-reviews/bingo-fest.html)! Enjoy life to the fullest!
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Feelin froggy on January 31, 2018, 10:17:51 AM
Holidays are over and nothing to look forward to. It was starting to feel like January would never end!  If it wasn't for a bit of gambling, I'd be bored to tears. FYI, new U.S. players can get $25 free upon sign-up plus 25 free spins on Pinata Pop when you register via our link (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/url/711/).

Oh and that beer syrup is really interesting and my kind of medicine! Cool home remedy ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on February 08, 2018, 09:01:02 AM
Hi LBB'ers! This is a month of love, and I really do love playing bingo, hehe.... <3
If you feel the same let's spread this bingo love!
A little bird told me that Bingo Spirit (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/bingo-reviews/bingo-spirit.html) has some serious bonuses.
So I Already know what my next bingo stop will be... 

Anyway, wish you all the best this February! Love and be loved, play bingo and enjoy life!   ;)
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on February 13, 2018, 06:27:40 AM
Hey LBB beauties! I am not sure if you are aware of it, but today is a special day:
It is Pancake Day!
I know, I know... it's not really diet-friendly, but let's relax and indulge ourselves for a day
(or two)  8)

How do you like your pancakes? I like them well baked and my favorite flavor is Nutella + ground biscuits + cherries... mmmm...
Yummyyyy...

So I am off to the kitchen now and after that probably play bgo Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/bingo-reviews/bgo-bingo.html) and continue celebrating this fantastic day!  :D
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on March 08, 2018, 09:31:11 AM
Dear LBB girls, Happy Women's Day!  <3

Forget about your daily obligations for a moment, they will be here tomorrow, waiting for you anyway  ;)
Carpe diem, enjoy and bingo all the way! I hear Amigo Bingo (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/bingo-reviews/amigo-bingo.html) has something special today...!

Let this quote from Louise Otto follows you all day:
"The history of all times and of today especially teaches that women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves."

Have a happy holiday!  :'X
Title: Re: Beauty and the Beast Tips
Post by: Mil E Na on April 26, 2018, 07:02:28 AM
Hey LBB'ers! Did you know that today, April 26th, is 'Hug an Australian' Day!  :o

Oh yea... and here's a fun fact: "Though the origins of this event are unclear, Hug An Australian Day has quickly become popular over the last few years and is celebrated by sending the likes of greeting cards and e-cards to Aussie friends."

However, if you really wanna celebrate this day properly why not just playing some bingo at Bingo Australia (https://www.latestbingobonuses.com/bingo-reviews/bingo-australia.html)? 
Later on, you could send some lovely messages to your Aussies, as well!  :'X

Cheers!  8)