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Three Dog Night

Le 28 avril 2017, 04:37 dans Humeurs 0

 

 Three handsome male dogs are walking down the street when they see a beautiful, enticing, female poodle. The three male dogs fall all over themselves in an effort to be the one to reach her first, but end up arriving in front of her at the same time. The males are speechless before her beauty, slobbering on themselves and hoping for just a glance from her in return.

 Aware of her charms and her obvious effect on the three suitors, she decides to be kind and tells them "The first one who can use the words "liver" and "cheese" together in an imaginative, intelligent sentence can go out with me."

 The sturdy, muscular black Lab speaks up quickly and says "I love liver and cheese."

 "Oh, how childish," said the Poodle. "That shows no imagination or intelligence whatsoever."

 She turned to the tall, shiny Golden Retriever and said, "How well can you do?" "Ummmm...I HATE liver and cheese," blurts the Golden Retriever.

 "My, my," said the Poodle. "I guess it's hopeless. That's just as dumb as the Lab's sentence."

 She then turns to the last of the three dogs and says, "How about you, little guy?"

 The last of the three, tiny in stature but big in fame and finesse, is the Taco Bell chihuahua. He gives her a smile, a sly wink, turns to the Golden Retriever and the Lab and says...

Secrets, Lies and Love

Le 31 août 2016, 06:16 dans Humeurs 0

March 12, 2007 issue - A few years ago, just as her father was about to disappear into the fog of dementia, journalist Lucinda Franks stumbled upon a small box in a corner of his dilapidated apartment business center. The contents shocked her. Beneath some mysterious maps and crumpled foreign bank notes, she found a military cap embellished with the raised metal insignia of an eagle, a skull and crossbones—and a swastika. Franks knew little about her father's military service during World War II, and had always sensed that he was hiding something. Now questions consumed her. "Was my sphinx-like father presenting one character and living another?" she writes in her new memoir, "My Father's Secret War." "Whose side was he really on?" When she pressed for an explanation, her father refused to talk, citing a decades-old pledge of secrecy corporate apartment.
 
But after years of detective work and long conversations with her ailing father, Franks eventually pieced together most of his story. Fluent in German, he was a spy and occasionally an assassin. The Nazi cap was part of his disguise as a member of the Waffen SS, worn the night he broke into a Gestapo headquarters and killed a guard while looking for files with the names of people wanted by the Nazis. Near the end of his life serviced apartments in hong kong, he finally tells Franks he kept the hat because of the "death's head" insignia: "I never wanted to forget who these German soldiers really were."

The Ghost of Queen Anne Boleyn

Le 18 août 2016, 05:52 dans Humeurs 0

The ghost of Queen Anne Boleyn is quite a unique phenomenon in the world of the paranormal. Unlike most ghost who haunt a certain locality, Queen Anne Boleyn's ghost is said to haunt a number of different locations through out the UK. Her spirit seems to have left a permanent imprint1 on the fabric2 of her surroundings, which is perhaps down to the impact she made in life and her traumatic death as to why her ghost still persists more than 500 years after her execution.
 
Anne Boleyn was the second wife of King Henry VIII Dentist central, with their marriage changing the course of english history. King Henry was already married to Catherine of aragon and could not obtain a divorce from the roman catholic church. In order to obtain his divorce he therefore created a reformed version of the church, putting himself at the head - a direct challenge of authority to the pope.
 
Having obtained his divorce and married Anne, the King's most important desire was for Anne to conceive a male heir. his previous queen had only given him a female heir, Princess Mary. On 7th September 1533 Anne Boleyn gave birth to a girl, Elizabeth (who was later to become Queen Elizabeth I). After her birth, the relationship between the King and Anne Boleyn deteriorated3, and he began to court a new queen in Jane Seymour.
 
However, Anne became pregnant again, and there was a brief reconciliation4, but the child was stillborn. Henry determined5 to get rid of Anne Boleyn and came up with a charge of treason, arresting and confining her to the tower of london. Her execution had been scheduled for 18 May 1536 but actually took place the following day as there had been a delay while a skilled executioner was brought in from France.
 
Queen anne boleyn is one of the most enduring ghosts at the tower of London invision group 洗腦. Queen Anne is buried under the chapel's altar, with her ghost being spotted6 there on many occasions. Anne Boleyn has also often been seen standing7 at the window in the dean's cloister8 at windsor castle.
 
Anne Boleyn's ghost also appears in the grounds of blickling hall dressed all in white, seated in a ghostly carriage that is drawn9 by headless horses, spurred on by a headless coachman. Anne too is headless, holding her severed10 head securely in her lap. On arrival at blickling hall the coach and driver vanish leaving the headless Anne to glide11 alone into blickling hall where she roams the corridors and rooms until daybreak.
 
The magnificent blickling hall was built during the reign12 of King James I, by the holbert family, on the ruins of the old boleyn family property. Blickling hall in norfolk has recently topped a national trust poll as the trust's most haunted building. Blickling hall was in the possession of the Boleyn family between 1499 and 1507. There is a statue and portrait of Anne Boleyn in the hall, the statue is inscribed13 "Anna Bolena born here 1507".
 
Her brother, lord rochford, also appears on the same night Teeth whitening, he too is headless although he doesn't enjoy the comfort of a carriage, for he is dragged across the surrounding countryside by four headless horses.
 
Sir Thomas Boleyn, who stated his belief of anne's guilt14 at her trial has not found peace in death. Every year, for a thousand years to do as penance15, tradition says he is obliged to drive his spectral16 coach and horses over twelve bridges that lie between wroxham and blickling.

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