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29 November 2012

Your Age By Chocolate


This is clever, fun and different... go on give it a try.


Work your age out via Chocolate.

Whatever you do don't tell me your age.

This is good so please don't cheat by scrolling down to the bottom first!

It takes less than a minute.

Work it out as you read...

...but don't read the bottom before you've worked it out!

This is not a waste of time it's great fun...

Let's Begin:

1.  Pick a number of times you'd like to indulge in chocolate each week (Not 0 and less than 10).



2.  Multiply this number by 2 (I'll wait why you get you calculator).

3. Add 5.

4. Multiply it by 50.

5. If you've already had your birthday this year add 1762. if not add 1761.

6. Now subtract the four digit year you were born.

7. You should now have a three digit answer.

8. The first digit of this is your original number chosen. The last two numbers are your age!!!

Now that really is magic!

And this year, 2012, is the only year it will ever work with, so...

...come on share this page before the year runs out...

21 November 2012

A little something to make you laugh & keep you healthy

In this stressful world that we live in anything that can bring a smile to our faces or make us laugh is good for our heath - and that's official.

A laugh a day keeps the doctor away. Well, that may not be strictly true but research has proven that a good chuckle is beneficial to our health. Laughter as a reaction to certain stimuli like a joke, a funny noise, someone tickling you, something visually funny or it could even be someone else laughing that makes you laugh but which ever it is - having a good giggle is a very healthy thing to do.

True Fact: 100 laughs are equivalent to 10 minutes rowing or 15 minutes biking!

Laughter triggers healthy physical changes to your body and it will strengthen your immune system, boost your energy levels, diminish pain, and protect you from the damaging effects of stress. The good feeling that you get when you laugh remains with you even when the laughter has subsided, helping you to keep a positive, optimistic outlook even during illness, difficult situations, disappointments and loss. And, the best part about laughter is that this priceless medicine is fun, free and easy to use.

And, laughter is also infectious. The sound of roaring laughter is far more contagious than any cough, sneeze or yawn. If you need proof of just how infectus laughter is take a look at the video below. It's taken from a Flemish chat show - Boemerang -  it's host Erik Hartman, just can't stop laughing. And, if you watch the video you'll end up doing exactly what he's doing. It really is that infectious - take a look.


If you haven't already guessed, it's not a real chat show or a real chat show host. This clip comes from top Flemish comedy series "In De Gloria", and Erik Hartman is in real life actor Tom Van Dyck. In fact, all those involved are members of the cast. But, whether its fake or not you've got to admit it's funny, and it really does prove that laughter is infectious.

So, there you go, you've had a some great entertainment, a good laugh, a gentle work out and you should be feeling a whole lot better, too.

Now you can go off and enjoy the rest of your day.... 

...But don't forget to come back and visit this blog again soon for more laughs.


4 November 2012

The Magnificent Duo on their Trapeze

You may have seen trapeze acts before - men and women flying through the air with greatest of ease, but with this act you won't find any jumping from swing to swing, instead you'll see lots of superbly choreographed dance moves combined with some breath-taking drops and catches and in this piece entitled - 'Tango in the Sky' you will see that the two performers involved have taken the trapeze act to new heights - not literally, of course, but artistically - I don't think you'll see a better more polished act anywhere.


The performers are Russian Trapeze artists, Elena and Dmitri Artemiev, who are better known by their stage name - 'Duo Artemiev'. This Russian couple have risen very quickly to the top of their game. They trained in 'Art on the Trapeze' at the Old Moscow Circus School and were quickly hailed as the best artistic discovery of that year. This performance was taken from the famous French television show by Patrick Sebastien - 'Le Plus Grand Cabaret Du Monde' which when translated into English means - 'The Worlds Greatest Cabaret'. 

'Le Plus Grand Cabaret Du Monde' is now into its thirteenth successful season and is always filled with incredible speciality acts including those of magic, juggling, trapeze, acrobatics, comedy, high wire, mime, burlesque and more. But every act has one thing in common - they are all acts of the highest possible calibre. Oh how I wish we had something like this on British television!

After you've watched the video below I'm sure you'll agree that it really is the most beautifully artistic and impressive trapeze act you've ever seen. So, why not sit back and relax for the five minutes it'll take to watch this wonderful piece of cabaret. Enjoy.




Below is another act that was featured on Le Plus Grand Carbaret Du Monde, that I thought you might like to see. This time it's magician and illustionist Victor Voitko with his beautiful 'Flying Linking Rings' routine and once again here Voitko, like Duo Artemiev, has pushed the boundaries to give us a brand new take an age old piece of magic.