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125g plain sweet biscuits
60g butter, melted
1/2 tsp mixed spice
250g cream cheese, softened
1/3 cup caster sugar
2 eggs 1 tsp vanilla extract
425g can mango slices or 1 fresh mango
200g tub mango yoghurt
Base Crush biscuits in a food processor or with the end of a rolling pin. Add melted butter and mixed spice and stir well to combine. Press into the base of a 20cm springform cake tin. Refrigerate until set.
Beat cream cheese until smooth. Add sugar and beat well. Add eggs and vanilla, again beating well. Chop half of the mango in to small pieces and fold into cheese mixture together with the yoghurt. Pour into chilled base and bake at 180 degrees celsius for 20 to 25 minutes or until firm. Allow to cool in oven with door slightly ajar. Refrigerate when completely cool.
Serve with remaining mango and whipped cream.


Everyone has at least one phobia, myself included. A phobia is defined as an irrational fear of something- although for a phobic this fear seems very real and very rational. Some phobics can even suffer from panic attacks, which are signified by heavy breathing, profuse sweating, a feeling of dizziness, and sometimes even fainting. Phobias can affect everyday life, and many phobics would rather rearrange their lives than face their fears if given a choice.

Achluophobia – Fear of darkness.
Acrophobia – Fear of heights.
Agliophobia – Fear of pain.
Agoraphobia- Fear of open spaces or crowds.
Aichmophobia – Fear of needles or pointed objects.
Amaxophobia – Fear of riding in a car.
Androphobia – Fear of men.

Anthropophobia – Fear of people or society.
Aphenphosmphobia – Fear of being touched.
Arachnophobia – Fear of spiders.
Arithmophobia – Fear of numbers.
Astraphobia – Fear of thunder and lightening.
Ataxophobia – Fear of disorder or untidiness.
Atelophobia – Fear of imperfection.
Atychiphobia – Fear of failure.
Autophobia – Fear of being alone.
Bacteriophobia – Fear of bacteria

Batrachophobia – Fear of amphibians.
Belonephobia – Fear of pins and needles.
Bibliophobia – Fear of books.
Botanophobia – Fear of plants.
Cacophobia – Fear of ugliness.
Catagelophobia – Fear of being ridiculed.
Catoptrophobia – Fear of mirrors.
Chionophobia – Fear of snow.
Chromophobia – Fear of colors.
Chronomentrophobia – Fear of clocks.
Claustrophobia – Fear of confined spaces.
Coulrophobia – Fear of clowns.
Cyberphobia – Fear of computers.
Cynophobia – Fear of dogs.
Dendrophobia – Fear of trees.
Dentophobia – Fear of dentists.
Domatophobia – Fear of houses.
Dystychiphobia – Fear of accidents.

Ecophobia – Fear of the home.
Elurophobia – Fear of cats.
Entomophobia – Fear of insects.
Ephebiphobia – Fear of teenagers.
Equinophobia – Fear of horses.
Gamophobia – Fear of marriage.
Genuphobia – Fear of knees.
Glossophobia – Fear of speaking in public.
Gynophobia – Fear of women.
Heliophobia – Fear of the sun.
Hemophobia – Fear of blood.
Herpetophobia – Fear of reptiles.
Hydrophobia – Fear of water.
Iatrophobia – Fear of doctors.
Insectophobia – Fear of insects.
Koinoniphobia – Fear of rooms.
Leukophobia – Fear of the color white.
Lilapsophobia – Fear of tornadoes and hurricanes.
Lockiophobia – Fear of childbirth.
Mageirocophobia – Fear of cooking.
Melanophobia – Fear of the color black.
Microphobia – Fear of small things.
Mysophobia – Fear of dirt and germs.
Necrophobia – Fear of death or dead things.
Noctiphobia – Fear of the night.
Nosocomephobia – Fear of hospitals.
Obesophobia – Fear of gaining weight.
Octophobia – Fear of the figure 8.
Ombrophobia – Fear of rain.
Ophidiophobia – Fear of snakes.
Ornithophobia – Fear of birds.
Papyrophobia – Fear of paper.
Pathophobia – Fear of disease.
Pedophobia – Fear of children.
Philophobia – Fear of love.
Phobophobia – Fear of phobias.
Podophobia – Fear of feet.
Porphyrophobia – Fear of the color purple.
Pteridophobia – Fear of ferns.
Pteromerhanophobia – Fear of flying.
Pyrophobia – Fear of fire.
Scolionophobia – Fear of school.
Selenophobia – Fear of the moon.
Sociophobia – Fear of social evaluation.
Somniphobia – Fear of sleep.
Tachophobia – Fear of speed.
Technophobia – Fear of technology.
Tonitrophobia – Fear of thunder.
Trypanophobia – Fear of injections

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Surfing me...lolz

Waiting for great waves to come, but its almost sunset…..

Ever find yourself thinking about that special someone… and then slapping yourself as you realize it’s a terrible idea? Maybe she’s just too young or maybe he’s your subordinate at work. Whatever the reason, having a crush on someone is not the problem. The real issue is your own restraint and self-control.


1. Examine why the crush is a bad idea. First, ask yourself why you would be so interested in this particular person over all others. Obviously, there is the primal attraction factor – there are just certain people you will find attractive, whether it’s appropriate or not. But the key here is to voice your objections in a way that your sense of propriety hears you. If she’s a lot younger than you are, why are you interested in a young woman whose interests and priorities will be very different from your own? If you are into a guy who works for you, are you more into the idea that you can call the shots than the actual person? If you have a crush on your brother’s girlfriend, is it more about getting one over on your brother than actual interest in the girl?
2. Project the potential fallout. If you were to get involved with this person, how would the fallout affect you? Her/Him? Your friends, family, co-workers? Think as if it were a chess game – visualize the next several moves: “If I do this, then s/he will do that; then my brother will hate me; then the first time we argue I will lose my job; then I will die homeless and penniless and nobody else but my parents will ever love me.” Well, it might not really be that dire, but you get the idea. Is the potential relationship with this person worth all the trouble you will endure, and what are the chances the relationship would survive all of the chaos that will ensue?
3. Consider your reputation. What will other people think – will they think more, or less of you? It’s not cool to try to steal your buddy’s girl. You might end up with her, but you will lose your friend. If you’re older, and the boy is a minor, you will be considered a cradle-robber – and on top of that, if you actually pursue that relationship into a sexual situation, you could be looking at jail. Sex with a minor is worse than inappropriate – it’s a crime. You may be feeling warm fuzzies when you look at that middle schooler, Mr. High School Sophomore, but if you think you can take a 12-year-old to the prom, think about how your peers will look at you. They’ll think you couldn’t get someone your own age – you had to go for someone a lot younger, not as savvy, not as sophisticated, and not as educated. That’s not a good way to be looked at by your peers. And it’s nothing compared to what the adults (especially her parents) will be thinking.
4. Think about your future. If you get involved with someone inappropriate, you will not just be dealing with problems now. You will be dealing with the fallout far – maybe years – into the future. Let’s say the person you are crazy about is really kind of a … well… not very nice person. She’s nice to you, but she isn’t very nice to your friends or relatives. You start ditching your friends and family to spend time with her. She’s super flaky, and you become flaky, too – going back on your word because she wasn’t willing to do whatever it was you promised you’d do – and won’t let you do it, either. Even after you break up with her, everyone you know will still view you with distrust. They will question your judgment for ever getting involved with someone like that in the first place.
5. Distract yourself. Now that you’ve analyzed, considered, and really meditated upon how terrible this idea is, you need to stop obsessing on this person. No matter how tempting it is to think about him/her, fantasize, and get yourself all tingly doing it, stop it. Do something else. In loose psychological terms, it’s called redirecting behaviors and thought patterns. Train yourself to think about something else every time you start thinking about him/her – think of being at Disneyland. Think of being on a train with your family. Think of being a superhero. Whatever. Just think about something else. Turn on the radio or TV, and get some other thoughts running through your head. If you still feel yourself reverting to thoughts of your forbidden crush, call a friend. Go see that friend – get out of the house and out of your head.
6. Avoid the person. If you can remove yourself from that person as much as possible, the crush will weaken. In order to sustain our adoration for someone, we generally need to reinforce it by seeing the person. (Absence usually doesn’t make the heart grow fonder, actually.) Of course, this isn’t always practical, but do what you can to minimize contact with the other person.
7. Focus on the negative. Almost by definition, a crush involves an idealized picture of someone else. But everyone is human, and even your crush has characteristics that are probably not pleasant. Perhaps he says mean things to people, or maybe she listens to music that you think is dumb. Or perhaps he or she merely ignores you. Try to work up some negative energy about the person that you can focus on in order to weaken the crush.
8. Wait it out. All crushes fade with time. If you can avoid doing something regrettable and keep your feelings in check, eventually those powerful emotions will run their course.
9. Ask someone else out. It doesn’t matter if that person does not measure up to your “wrong crush.” What does matter is that you spend some time in the pleasant company of someone other than that person. Start dating others, and keep an open mind. That person is off limits to you, and you have to start re-wiring your brain to think about being with someone else.
10. Make it right. Let’s face it: sometimes, you can’t convince yourself that you don’t feel the way you feel. If you’ve tried to fight it, all to no avail, and you still find yourself sighing over him/her, then make it right. There are ways to make an inappropriate crush totally appropriate – the most important thing to remember is to make it right FIRST – and then, and only then – get involved. And then, true love wins the day!

* If she’s your brother’s girl, then you have to behave as a gallant gentleman, and never hit on her. If your brother breaks up with her, you can ask your brother if he’d mind you asking her out. Maybe he wouldn’t mind, and there certainly is precedent for it. If he doesn’t break up with her, or if he won’t give you permission, you’re out of luck unless you are prepared to accept the consequences – your brother may not speak to you.
* If you’re interested in someone much younger, wait for him/her. Don’t get involved with anyone. Bide your time, remain friendly, but don’t get too close. Love him or her from afar until it is appropriate. For example, you are Mr. High School Sophomore and she is Miss 6th Grade Middle School. You will need to graduate from High School, go on to college, and maintain a friendly relationship with little Miss 6GMS until she is close to the end of high school herself. Once you are both finished with High School a 5-year age difference becomes unimportant – but while she is a minor, it could be deadly to your future. And then, what good would you be to her?
* If you are into a subordinate, let him know of your interest, but you must agree that one of you must transfer to another department, or one of you must resign (assuming that the feeling is mutual, of course) before you can act on your feelings and develop a personal relationship.

* Remember that emotions or physical attractions can and must be controlled to match different social situations. Just because you have them does not mean it’s okay to act on them all the time. Taking the time to create healthy relationships now gives you a long-term way to explore all your feelings safely.

* If you date another person to keep your mind off your crush, make sure that you are actually attracted to this person. It can be annoying and hurtful to be led into a ‘fake’ relationship.

Doing certain things can make the situation worse, making it harder to


Unfortunately, it is easy to make these mistakes when we are in an emotional turmoil, especially just after a break up.

Fortunately, these mistakes are usually not fatal. This means there are things you can still do to correct those mistakes and reconnect with your ex.

If you are wondering how to win your ex boyfriend or girlfriend back, you can watch the videos below to discover some of the most common mistakes being made.

By knowing what those mistakes are, you will be able to avoid them and have a higher chance to win back your ex or stop a break up. If it is already too late and you have already made some of those mistakes, don’t worry.

The 2nd video below will show you how you can write a Simple Short Letter called “The Opening Move” to reverse the situation and correct those mistakes. This will set the stage for you to get your boyfriend or girlfriend back.

Step By Step Plan To Win Your Ex Back

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memory about a song

Posted: December 15, 2008 in life, love, music

when ever i hear the song today of smashing pumpkin i always remember….she always comes into my mind
i cant stop thinking those days that we had,because when we’re together before everyday is a beautiful day…

thank you…..

Posted: December 11, 2008 in life, love

you have stolen my heart…..

thanks for everything…

for the help….

and for your faith…..