Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Countries we dont need visa....

It's over 65+ countries to which we can land with our passports :-)

List of countries which permit an Indian passport-holder to enter without a visa or by
obtaining a visa upon arrival.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival if holding
confirmation from Albanian Ministry of Interior stating that visa will
be available on arrival. Confirmation must be obtained before
departure to Albania.

Visa required, which can be issued on arrival for a max. stay of 30
days. An invitation is not necessary but it is recommended to hold a
document that shows the purpose of the visit. Visa is only valid for
the cities listed in the visa.

If travelling for business purposes visa can be obtained on arrival,
but this is subject to Immigration evaluation.

Visa not required.
Bermuda Immigration officers will decide on max. period of stay (up to
6 months) depending on reason for travel. Stays exceeding 6 months
require application for residency in person.

Visa not required for a max. stay of 2 weeks, provided permit is
issued upon arrival by Immigration Department.

Visa required. However, visa can be obtained on arrival, if no diplomatic
representation of Burundi is located in country of origin.

Visa required. However, visa can be obtained on arrival, if coming for:
- touristic purposes for a stay of max. 1 month.
- business purposes for a stay of max. 1 month.

Visa required. Visa on arrival can only be issued to those holding a prior
approval from Le Diligue General de L'Immigration.

Visa required.
If entering from the U.S.A. with a used single entry visa, the visitor
may re-enter without obtaining a new Canadian visa, provided the I-94
from the U.S.A. and the Canadian port stamps are still valid.

Visa not required if:
- Passenger was a former national of Cape Verde Isl.,
incl. wife, husband or children provided holding
proof thereof;
- travelling as tourist in organized group and holding
Certificado Colectivo de Identidade et Viagem
(no limit for number of tourists).
Individual passengers coming from countries where no diplomatic
representation of Cape Verde is established may obtain visa on

If visit is solely for touristic purposes visa not required for a stay
of max. 31 days.
If visit is for business purposes (which may include acting for or on
behalf of a person/firm established outside Cook Islands) visa
required (which can be issued on arrival), for a stay of max. 21 days.

Visa not required for a stay of 30 days.

Visa required.
If coming for touristic purposes and holding Tourist Card
("Tarjeta del Turista"): visa not required.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival provided holding
return ticket, for a max. stay of 1 month.

Visa not required for stay of max. 21 days.

Visa required. However, a 14 days visa -free of charge- can be obtained on
arrival, if entering Egypt via South Sinai (through Sant Katherine,
Sharm El Sheik or Taba airports), provided:
- remaining in South Sinai resorts; and
- not continuing to any other city in Egypt.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a stay of max. 1
month (renewable for another 2 months), provided request has been made
by sponsor to Eritrea Immigration at least 48 hours before arrival.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a max. stay of 3
months if attending African Union meetings and holding official
letters pertaining to the travel. In some other cases visa can also be
obtained if coming for business purposes.

Visa not required. On arrival a visitor's permit can be obtained for a
stay of max. 4 months.

Visa required.
Visa (of various types and length of stays) can be obtained on arrival
at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Visa Dept. at the airport. However,
one months notice of arrival is required.

Visa required. However, if holding:
- a multiple entry visa (valid for at least 1 year) to the
United Kingdom; OR
- a passport endorsed "Certificate of Entitlement to the
Right of Abode in the United Kingdom" visa not required.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 3 months.

If arriving directly from U.S. Mainland, Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico
or U.S. Virgin Islands, no entry documents required due to no
immigration control.

Visa required.
If arriving from a country without representation of Guinea-Bissau,
visa applications by letter to be made 14 days prior to arrival to:
Comissariado de Estado da Seguranca Nacional e Ordem Publica da
Republica da Guinea-Bissau (State Directorate of National Security and
Public order of the Republic of Guinea-Bissau). The visa will then be
available at the airport of Guinea-Bissau.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 3 months.

Visa not required for stay of max. 14 days.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a max. stay of 30
days provided:
- passport contains at least one unused visa page for the
visa-on-arrival sticker, which covers entire passport page; AND
- holding ticket and other documents for return/onward journey.

Visa required. However, it can be issued on arrival provided:
- coming for tourist purposes only for a max. stay of 7 days; OR
- passenger has been introduced by means of a letter from
valid organization or government at least two days prior to
arrival, for a max. stay of 72 hours.

Visa required. However, if travelling in a group of 10 or more passengers
and holding prior approval from Ministry of Interior visa can be
obtained on arrival.

Visa not required, for a max. stay of 14 days.

Visa required.
A visa can be issued on arrival at Almaty/Astana airports (provided
pre-arranged and approved by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of
Kazakhstan) for both private and business purposes, for a stay of max.
one month.

Visa required.
It is possible for a visa for a max. stay of 3 months to be
issued on arrival. However, this will cause considerable delay.

Visa required.
However, visa not required for a stay of max. 30 days provided:
A. holding visa for Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand or
U.S.A . and travelling to or from these countries; OR
B. having visited Korea (Rep.) 4 times within the last 2 years
or 10 times or more in total.

Visa required. However, visa can be obtained on arrival if coming for vacation
or leisure for a stay of max. 1 month, provided:
- having sponsor in Kuwait holding the original visa; and
- holding confirmation from transporting airline that visa is
available on arrival.

Visa required.
Visa can be issued on arrival for a stay of max. one month when coming from:
- countries with Kyrgyzstan representation, provided holding
confirmation from Kyrgyzstan authorities;
- countries without Kyrgyzstan representation, provided
a sponsor can announce the passenger(s) to the authorities.

Visa can be obtained on arrival under certain conditions to:
- businessmen and other top professionals residing in a GCC
member country (see TIRGL/GCC ); OR
- businessmen with prior approval from Lebanese Immigration; OR
- tourist groups.

Visa required.
If arriving from a country without diplomatic representation of
Liberia: visa issue on arrival possible if holding telex confirmation
from the station manager of delivering airline.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 30 days.

Visa required. A 90 days visa can be obtained on arrival.

Visa required. However, if coming for touristic purposes, visa can be obtained
on arrival, for a max. stay of 30 days.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for:
1. a max. stay of 30 days, provided holding:
- hotel confirmation; and
- sufficient funds to cover stay; and
- onward/return ticket for next destination.; OR
2. a stay of more than 30 days, to a max. stay of 90 days,
provided passenger has:
- a local sponsor, who must inform Immigration at Male at
least 1 day prior to passengers arrival; and
- onward/return ticket for next destination.

Visa not required for a max. stay of 15 days for touristic purposes only.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 30 days, provided coming for
touristic or visitor purposes.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival at Chisinau Airport provided:
- arriving from a country without diplomatic representation of

Visa not required for a max. stay of:
- 3 months, provided travelling with passport;
- 14 days when travelling with other documents.

Visa required. However, if coming for touristic or business purposes, visa can
be obtained on arrival (at airport only).

Visa not required.

Visa not required for a stay up to 30 days provided holding:
- confirmed return/onward ticket; AND
- documents required for return/onward journey; AND
- sufficient funds.

Visa required. However, if holding U.S. entry visa, visa not required
for a max. stay of 30 days, provided U.S. visa:
- is valid for 60 days from entry date into CNMI; AND
- allows re-entry back into the U.S.A. on departure.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a stay of max. 30 days.

If arriving directly from Mainland U.S.A., Alaska, Guam, Hawaii or
U.S. Virgin Islands no entry documents required due to no immigration

Visa required.
The following visas can be obtained on arrival:
- 14 day tourist visa, provided application submitted to
airport immigration at least 24 hours before arrival by
any of the registered hotels in Doha.
Passenger must also hold proof of confirmed hotel
reservation and at least USD 1,400.- or any major credit
card; OR
- 7 day business visa can be issued at Doha airport
provided notification received at least 48 hours prior to arrival.

Visa not required if holding a visitor's permit, which can be obtained
on arrival for a stay of max. 60 days.

Visa required.
Visa may only be granted on arrival provided prior arrangements have
been made by transporting carrier up to 24 hours prior to flight
departure. Max. stay of one month allowed.

Visa not required as Visitor's Permit for 1 month (depends on validity
of ticket) will be issued on arrival provided holding:
- onward/return ticket or otherwise ticket must be purchased on
arrival; AND
- sufficient funds (USD 150.- per day) and proof of
accommodation during stay.

Visa required. However, visa on arrival is also possible under
following conditions:
- no diplomatic representation of Sierra Leone at point of
origin; AND
- sponsor or contact person in Sierra Leone should arrange
Landing Permit with the Principal Immigration Officer.
Details of such Landing Permit should be given to the
Station Manager of transporting airline at least 48 hours
prior to arrival.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a touristic stay
of max. 30 days.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 3 months.

Visa not required for a max. stay of 1 month.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival.

Visa required.
Visa can be obtained on arrival (ONLY at Bangkok, Chiang Mai,
Chiang Rai, Hat Yai, Phuket, Samui Int'l, Sukhothai, Surat
Thani, Utapao airports) for a stay of max. 15 days, provided:
- coming for touristic purposes; AND
- passport is valid at least 6 months; AND
- holding onward/return ticket; AND
- holding USD 250.- per person or USD 500.- per family.

Entry Permit can be obtained on arrival for a max. stay of 30 days.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for max. 7 days.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 30 days.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival for a stay of max. one month.

Visa required, which can be obtained on arrival.

Visa not required for a max. stay of 30 days.

Visa not required for a stay of max. 30 days.

Monday, October 29, 2007

NIJAGAL BETTA - Take a trek into history

TREK ON: Enjoy the stony delights of Nijagal hillock

A trekker’s delight just 55 km out of the city must be music to the ears of all those rearing to head out for the weekend. Nijagal Betta provides the right setting for such an outing.

Located a few hundred metres from the Bangalore-Tumkur highway, Nijagal Betta is a hillock of ruined temples, forts, caves and striking rock formations. However, much of all this, save for a portion of the fort wall, is not visible from the road. It’s believed that Hyder Ali and Peshwa Madhav Rao fought a war here.

Though the hill is accessible from a nearby village, the nearest path is from the highway. The climb is tough initially because of the loose gravel. But the path becomes rocky as you climb, thus giving a better foothold.

Halfway up the hill, the two outer layers of the fort come into view. The fort is believed to have been built by Chikkadevaraya Wadiyar in the mid-17th century.

Once the first outer wall is crossed, it’s easier to navigate the path. It’s a little tricky towards the end as the path hugs a large boulder and only a flimsy rail provides some muchneeded support.

This path finally leads to a set of adjacent caves that nestle a small Shiva shrine and dargah, which are popular among local villagers. The final part of the hill rises above these shrines. It’s a steep outcrop, but rough hewn steps provide enough grip leading to a set of rock-cut shelters and caves.

The peak provides an unobstructed view of the countryside, the snaking NH4, neighbouring hills and even Shivagange. The trek is fairly easy and it takes about 90 minutes to two hours to reach the top at leisure.

There are plenty of abandoned structures worth exploring. The path has many sculptors from the Hoysala period and also has rock etchings that appear to be pre-historic, but this hasn’t been authenticated.


Distance: 55 km from Bangalore

How to reach: On Tumkur Road, approximately 55 km from Bangalore after Dobbspet are a set of two petrol bunks on the right[Reliance Petrol Bunk].
Nijagal Betta is right opposite these two.

Transport: Buses are available to Dobbspet; Hire local transport to the foot of the hill.

Tip: Wear proper shoes and clothing; fine gravel makes the ground slippery. Narrow paths towards the end are thick with thorny bramble.

Anti-social networks and the art of making enemies

What does one do with those annoying weirdos, who suddenly spring out of nowhere and demand a wholly undeserved friending? That is probably the biggest dilemma most social networking enthusiasts face these days. Be it Orkut, Myspace or Facebook, post your profile and within days you’d find your pages swamped with a barrage of random people wanting to befriend you. Then again, what about people you dislike? Where is there place to display their despicable deeds to the world?

Ignoring these requests is an option of course, but you can do better now thanks to the hip new anti-social sites, which let you express your disgust for people online. Snubster ( for example is one such avenue floated by a techsavvy teen, Bryant Choung, who was fed up of people bombarding him
with claims of fake online friendships. In a dig at the notion of virtual networking, he built a site that lets members create public lists of people and things that infuriate them. Simply put, this site lets you connect to people you loathe, display their pictures and evil deeds, and show the world how much you hate them.

Unlike social networks which are built around the idea of bringing together people with similar likes or dislikes, Snubster focuses on what irritates people. The objects of dis
content here include individuals (your ex), groups (people talking on thir phone during movies) and even things (dirty urinals). Besides storing hate-lists, the site also has a tool for sending emails to people added to a list to tell them why they are being snubbed.

Other features include putting people ‘on notice’, and giving them an opportunity to redeem themselves. You can even set a deadline to these notices, and if they fail to clean up their act, you can add them
to your ‘Dead to Me’ list.

The site has also recently created an interface for Facebook, and people seem to be lapping up the idea. There are all kinds of people flaunting endless hate-lists on their pages. For some these hate-lists are about expressing their distaste for celebrities or political figures. While others have taken the lists to a more personal level, using them to publicly express their disgust for foes, their ex and even bad bosses.

Snubster however is not the only anti-social network available. Having found that shared hates can be an equally effective bonding tool amongst people, there is a crop of such networks on the rise.

Others include Isolatr (, a parody site that promises to ‘help you find where other people are not’, Introverster (www.introverster. com), that touts to be ‘an online community that prevents stupid people and friends from
harassing you online’, and Enemybook, which itself as ‘an antisocial utility that disconnects you to the so-called friends around you’.

Enemybooks also plugs into Facebook and lets you lets you list enemies below friends on your profiles. This is basically meant to suggest that people who add each other aren’t necessarily ‘friends’.

These sites may bring some much needed respite to the online socialising, but there are some gaping holes in the tools for virtual enemying. Enemybook for instance allows Facebook users to add enemies who are not their friends.

However, only people who are already friends receive notification when they are added to the enemy list—the ones who were enemies to begin with remain oblivious to your wrath. But one would imagine time would perfect these shortfalls. In the meanwhile it’s time to enjoy some good old hating online!

Talking PC that helps you fight obesity

Tired of checking your weight on that scale in the bathroom. Well, now there is a computerised scale that will talk you and help you in that lonely battle against obesity.

The machine, called a mandometer, helps one lose weight by weighing the food and encouraging one to eat it slowly, one mouthful at a time. It also chides people if they eat too fast.
A teenager from Horfield in Bristol has proclaimed the computerised scale, being tested on 120 volunteers by the Childhood Obesity Clinic at the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children in UK, effective in ensuring that his diet stays on track.

Sixteen-year-old Laurence Willshire, who used to weigh about 133 kg, has shed about 25 kg since he turned to the mandometer.

The computer is connected to a set of scales with a plate in which the volunteers fill their food. It records and stores the weight loss from the plate as the volunteers eat, and tell them when they have more than they should. The device also measures how quickly a person eats his meals. If the person carries on eating after it has decided that he has had enough it asks him: Are you still hungry?

“I used to eat very fast. I could eat a very large meal in about three minutes. Now I take about 16 minutes,”

“The treatment has given me so much confidence. I feel very good about myself now,” he added.

Ian Probert, a spokesman for the hospital, said the gadget worked by training the patient to eat at a slower rate. “A lot of obese people bolt their food so quickly the stomach doesn’t have time to tell the brain its full. The mandometer tells them when they can eat and when they can have their next mouthful. It slows the rate of consumption and by having gaps between mouthfuls it trains the patient to control their rate of eating, the rate slows down and the amount of food they consume diminishes.”

Laurence began putting on weight when he was 8 and was bullied at school. His lack of self-esteem led to comfort eating and he would eat whole packets of biscuits and multipacks of crisps.

His parents, Lydia, 47, and Roy, 48, tried to stop his bingeing but at his peak Laurence, who is 6ft 7in, had a 60-inch chest. His mother said that the weight loss had had a dramatic effect on her sons personality.

“Hes confident, hes going out, which he never used to do, and hes got a great sense of humour. I don’t think we’ve ever really known the real Laurence until now and its brilliant,” she said.
The mandometer was developed in Sweden to encourage anorexics to speed up their eating. It has been reprogrammed to persuade fat people to slow down.


To overcome your fears, just face them

Avoiding What Scares You Will Only Aggravate Those Anxieties; It’s Best To Meet Bad Feelings Head On: Experts

We are all afraid of something or the other. It can be the idea of flying, giving a speech or even crossing the street?

While fear is a natural response to danger, phobias are exaggerated responses to situations that, in the cold light of day, aren’t really all that dangerous. And yet they remain terribly difficult to overcome.

A big reason has to do with the way most people respond to fear—by avoiding it. Whether its closed spaces or packed audiences, the more you duck those tough spots, the more you’ll fear them.

“Catastrophic thoughts lead to fear, which leads to avoidance, which leads to more catastrophic thoughts,” Forbes quoted Dennis Greenberger, psychologist and professor of clinical psychology at the University of California at Irvine, as saying. “Its a vicious cycle that exacerbates the fear over time.”

One weapon is Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT), a form of psychotherapy that involves changing behaviours and thoughts to overcome depression, self-loathing and fear. CBT proponents believe that bad feelings begin with bad thoughts; meet those head on, they say, and almost any fear can be tamed. CBT has been around for decades but has become more popular among therapists in recent years. Unlike more traditional Freudian therapy, which is based on the notion that fear bubbles up from repressed childhood memories, CBT focuses on treating fears in the here and now by rewiring our perceptions of them.

One nice thing about CBT: no pills. Anti-anxiety drugs, mainly sold only on prescription, include various forms of benzodiazepines such as clonazepam, diazepam and lorazepam, as well as newer formulas like BuSpar and Xanax.

The trouble with taking pills is that, while they may alleviate anxiety for a short time, they don’t really address the fear long term; worst case, they lead to dependency.

The other problem, says Greenberger: Anti-anxiety medicines can limit the effectiveness of exposure-therapy (such as CBT) by altering the “phobic conditions.”

Results from CBT can be speedy. Barbara Rothbaum, a psychologist at Emory University School of Medicine, says most phobias—even extreme ones—can be cured within several weeks or months. (As part of her treatment programme, Rothbaum also uses virtual-reality computer technology to simulate real-life stressful scenarios.)

While you could shell out big bucks for a therapist to help you beat your fears, you can also give yourself a crash course in CBT.

The first step:
drill down. You cant wrestle with fear if you dont understand what you are afraid of. Start asking some fundamental questions: What’s the worst that can happen? What is the hard evidence that disaster will strike? How great will life look if I conquer this fear? This may sound easy, but when you’re wracked with fear, even simple logic can be elusive.


Line up your fears in order of acuteness. If you’re claustrophobic, for
example, perhaps taking a large and fast elevator is mildly frightening but sitting in a small room with no windows for 10 minutes is terrifying. List about 20 different situations and rank them from mildly annoying to downright debilitating.

Now comes the really scary part:
putting yourself in all of those situations, starting with the easiest ones first and building up. Breathing exercises help, too.

Many therapists assign patients reading and often a workbook for charting their progress.
If you can, try tackling the items on your list for 10 to 30 minutes each day. Do that, says Greenberger, and you should see improvement within the month. If not, call in a pro.
After all, there’s no need to make life scarier than it already is.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

They walk among us....

I walked into a Blimpie's with a buy-one-get- one-free coupon for a sandwich. I handed it to the girl and she looked over at a little chalkboard that said 'Buy one-get one free'. 'They're already buy-one-get- one-free', she said, 'So I guess they're both free'. She handed me my free sandwiches and I walked out the door. They walk among us and many work retail.

A friend of mine bought a new fridge for his house.. To get rid of his old fridge, he put it in his front yard and hung a sign on it saying: 'Free to good home. You want it, you take it.' For three days the fridge sat there without even one person looking twice at it. My friend decided that people were too untrusting of this deal. It looked too good to be true, so he changed the sign to read: 'Fridge for sale $50.' The next day someone stole it. They walk among us.

One day I was walking down the beach with some friends when one of them shouted, 'Look at that dead bird!' Someone looked up at the sky and said, 'Where?' They walk among us.

While looking at a house, my brother asked the real estate agent which direction was north because, he explained, he didn't want the sun waking him up every morning. She asked, 'Does the sun rise in the north?' When my brother explained that the sun rises in the east, and has for sometime, she shook her head and said, 'Oh, I don't keep up with that stuff.' They walk among us.

I used to work in technical support for a 24/7 call center. One day I got a call from an individual who asked what hours the call center was open. I told him, 'The number you dialed is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.' He responded, 'Is that Eastern or Pacific time?' Wanting to end the call quickly, I said, 'Uh, Pacific.' They walk among us.

My colleague and I were eating our lunch in our cafeteria, when we overheard one of the administrative assistants talking about the sunburn she got on her weekend drive to the shore. She drove down in a convertible, but 'didn't think she'd get sunburned because the car was moving.' They walk among us.

My friend has a lifesaving tool in his car designed to cut through a seat belt if he gets trapped. He keeps it in the trunk. They walk among us.

My friends and I were on a beer run and noticed that the cases were discounted 10%. Since it was a big party, we bought 2 cases. The cashier multiplied 2 times 10% and gave us a 20% discount. They walk among us.

I was hanging out with a friend when we saw a woman with a nose ring attached to an earring by a chain. My friend said, 'Wouldn't the chain rip out every time she turned her head?' I explained that a person's nose and ear remain the same distance apart no matter which way the head is turned. They walk among us.

I couldn't find my luggage at the airport baggage area, so I went to the lost luggage office and told the woman there that my bags never showed up. She smiled and told me not to worry because she was a trained professional and I was in good hands. 'Now,' she asked me, 'Has your plane arrived yet?' They walk among us.

While working at a pizza parlor I observed a man ordering a small pizza to go. He appeared to be alone and the cook asked him if he would like it cut into 4 pieces or 6. He thought about it for some time before responding. 'Just cut it into 4 pieces; I don't think I'm hungry enough to eat 6 pieces.' Yep, they walk among us.

AND .. . . they reproduce

Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Butterfly of My Life

Life at Present is like a Pendulum;
Don't Know which side to Swing?

Itz the Most Happiest times of all;
Seeing my Dreamz getting Materialized.

My Butterfly of Life has Touched me;
Only to Confuse me which side to go.

Left side can reach my Goal safely;
& my Right side is taking Chances to Reach.

It is not Just Direction;
My way of Life for the Future.

It is like hitting 2 mangoes with a single stone throw;
Oh Lord,thy teach me which way to hit & reach my goal.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Saturday, October 20, 2007




Q: I've heard that cardiovascular exercise can prolong life; is this true?

A: Your heart is only good for so many beats, and that's it... Don't waste them on exercise. Everything wears out eventually. Speeding up your heart will not make you live longer; that's like saying you can extend the life
of your car by driving it faster. Want to live longer? Take a nap.

Should I cut down on meat and eat more fruits and vegetables?

A: You must grasp logistical efficiencies. What does a cow eat? Hay and corn. And what are these? Vegetables. So a steak is nothing more than an efficient mechanism of delivering vegetables to your system. Need grain? Eat chicken. Beef is also a good source of field grass (green leafy vegetable). And a pork chop can give you 100% of your recommended daily allowance of vegetable products.

Q: Should I reduce my alcohol intake?

No, not at all. Wine is made from fruit. Brandy is distilled wine, that means they take the water out of the fruity bit so you get even more of the goodness that way. Beer is also made out of grain. Bottoms up!

Q: How can I calculate my body/fat ratio?

A: Well, if you have a body and you have fat, your ratio is one to one. If you have two bodies, your ratio is two to one, etc.

What are some of the advantages of participating in a regular exercise program?

A: Can't think of a single one, sorry. My philosophy is: No Pain...Good!

Q: Aren't fried foods bad for you?

Foods are fried these days in vegetable oil. In fact, they're permeated in it. How could getting more vegetables be bad for you?

Q: Is chocolate bad for me?

A: Are you crazy? HELLO
Cocoa beans! Another vegetable!It is the best feel-good food around!

Q: Is swimming good for your figure?

A: If swimming is good for your figure, explain whales to me.

Well, I hope this has cleared up any misconceptions you may have had about food and diets.

And remember:

"Life should NOT be a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely in an attractive and well preserved body, but rather to skid in sideways - a glass of wine in one hand - chocolate in the other - body thoroughly used up, totally worn out and screaming :
Woo Hoo,....................................
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