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  • Here are 9 Places to Touch a Woman to Turn Her On Instantly


    There are other areas besides the vagina, butt and breasts that can turn the woman just as those areas. They have pleasure sensors all over their bodies so men you should really read this article! When you start touching the areas it can lead to having sex but also you can help your girl to relax after having hard time at work.


    1. Place a few light kisses on the nape of the woman’s neck and you will see the reaction. Interesting fact about nape of the neck is that it was seen in ancient Japan as very attractive by men because it was one of the few places that were ‘naked’.  Today the nape of the neck is underestimated area when it comes to pleasure but it still works. Give it a try with giving the woman gentle touches and kisses.

    2. Let’s be honest –a well-defined clavicle can be very sexy on a woman. And you should show your woman your appreciation for its beauty with gently touches and kisses. Here is a tip from us –Pay a big attention to this area when she is fully clothed with just unbuttoning her shirt just to reveal the clavicle and nothing more. You can even come back to this area while you are having sex for maximum pleasure.

    3. Women will feel safe when in public places you are placing your hand against the small of her back. This proves that you feel protective of her and another similar area is placing your hand around her shoulder but without being too pushy.  When you are alone, kiss or lick her spine and end up with a kiss on the small of her back, will make the woman to go crazy for you!

    4. Usually men are not paying a big attention to the area behind the woman’s knee, but that is a mistake. Why? –Because that area is quite sensitive. With gently caressing this area while you are outdoors you will make her to be impatient for you two to be alone at home. When you are in your bedroom doing your private stuffs do not forget to pay attention to this area too.


    5. Touch, kiss or even lightly bite the earlobes of your woman and watch her reaction to it. She will go insane for you! You can try nibbling around the outside of the rest of her ear but REMEMBER not to jam your to tongue into the ear.

    6. To pleasure someone we are using our palms of the hands. When you are not alone, you can give your woman a little bit of attention and pleasure at the same timewith tracing your finger along her palm.

    7. Foot massage is something that your woman will never refuse when you offer it to her. You should give your woman a foot-massage more often, especially if her work requires her to be on them. Get some massage oil or lotion and remember not to forger her toes, ankles and the sides of her feet. And if you want to suck her toes, you should first ask her for that because not every woman will find that ‘sexy’.

    8. We all know that women want to have always the perfect hair and that is why they often go to their hairstylists but sometimes that is not the only reason for it. What can be such a stress reliever for women is the process of wash, cut, color and styling. Why? –Because through her hair hands are gently running. That is why you should try this too. Just massage with your fingers from her temples to the nape of her neck and she will be crazy for you!

    9. Pelvis is located near her vagina so this will be hard task because you will have to resist the urge to immediately slip down to her vagina. Do you want to give your woman the maximum pleasure? Just tease her inner thighs, give her some kisses and you can even lick the area around her pelvis.


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  • Pop Francis Washes Feet of Refugees for Eastern Week

    Pope Francis has visited a refugee centre to wash and kiss the feet of Muslim, Orthodox, Hindu and Catholic refugees — a gesture of welcome at a time when anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant sentiment has risen after the Brussels and Paris attacks. Francis celebrated the traditional Easter Week foot-washing ceremony at a refugee shelter in Castelnuovo di Porto, outside Rome, inaugurating the most solemn period of the Catholic Church's Easter season. The Holy Thursday rite re-enacts the foot-washing ritual Jesus performed on his apostles before being crucified, and is meant as a gesture of service.

    Francis was greeted with a banner reading "Welcome" in a variety of languages as he processed down a makeshift aisle to celebrate the outdoor Mass.

    A fraction of the 892 asylum seekers living at the shelter attended, though others milled around nearby and filmed the event on their smartphones. Vatican rules had long called for only men to participate in the ritual, and past popes and many priests traditionally performed it on 12 Catholic men, recalling Jesus' 12 apostles and further cementing the doctrine of an all-male priesthood. But after years of violating the rules outright, Francis in January changed the regulations to explicitly allow women and girls to participate.
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  • Up to five cups of coffee a day could help you live longer, new research has suggested.


    Moderate coffee consumption reduces the risk of dying prematurely from heart disease, neurological conditions such as Parkinson's disease, and Type 2 diabetes, scientists found in a study of more than 200,000 people.

    It also seems to lower the risk of suicide - but no association was seen with rates of cancer death.

    Whether the coffee contained caffeine made no difference. The benefits are thought to be linked to other plant compounds in coffee besides the stimulant.

    Lead scientist Ming Ding, from the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health in the US, said: "Bioactive compounds in coffee reduce insulin resistance and systematic inflammation. That could explain some of our findings. However, more studies are needed to investigate the biological mechanisms producing these effects."

    The results, published in the journal 'Circulation', are from a pooled analysis of three large, on-going studies with a total of 208,501 male and female participants.

    Coffee-drinking was assessed using food questionnaires completed every four years for around 30 years.

    Compared with less or no coffee drinking, moderate coffee consumption was associated with a significant reduced risk of death across a range of causes.

    The analysis took into account other factors that could have influenced the results, including smoking, body mass index, levels of physical activity, alcohol consumption and diet.

    Co-author Professor Frank Hu, also from the Harvard T H Chan School of Public Health, said: "This study provides further evidence that moderate consumption of coffee may confer health benefits in terms of reducing premature death due to several diseases."

    Source: Irish Independent

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  • Study: Smelling Farts can fight CANCER as well as other killer diseases and conditions, scientists claim


    Hydrogen sulfide is toxic in large doses but in tiny amounts it helps protect cells and fight illness, according to researchers at Exeter University

    The smell of flatulence has secret health benefits that could help stave off cancer, strokes, heart attacks and dementia, scientists have revealed.

    Hydrogen sulfide is one of a number of potent smelly gases produced by bacteria as it breaks down food in the gut.

    It is toxic in large doses but in tiny amounts it helps protect cells and fight illness, according to researchers at Exeter University.

    When cells become stressed by disease they try to draw in enzymes to generate their own minute quantities of hydrogen sulfide.

    The chemical helps to preserve mitochondria, which drive energy production in blood vessel cells and regulate inflammation, and without it the cell can switch off and die.

    Researchers have come up with a new compound named AP39 to assist the body in producing just the right amount of hydrogen sulfide that it needs.

    They believe it will help prevent or reverse mitochondrial damage, a key strategy in treating conditions such as stroke, heart failure, diabetes, arthritis, dementia and ageing.


    Read more at Mirror

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    BY Winta Assefa

    Ethiopia’s currency, the Ethiopian Birr (ETB), had been losing its value over the years. Yes, Ethiopia’s GDP is said to be in the double digits and my country has been named one of the fastest growing nations, not just in Africa but in the world. However, the same amount money could buy one less items than it used to just a short time ago: inflation is on the increase, the birr’s value is on the decrease.

    Don’t worry; this ain’t yet another depressing article about the little tragedies of another African nation. Here is a short list of stuff one can still do with just one ETB. I highly doubt that you’d find these items priced over one birr- but it’s not really impossible.

    Note: 1 ETB = 0.048 U.S Dollar (1 U.S Dollar could turn into 21.03 birr! I know, I know)

    1- BAND-AID: Uno birr can still cover your cuts. One of the main features of Addis streets and boulevards are souqs, small one-room markets which sell small individual items. You can find most of your everyday needs- one mini shampoo, one razor, one pencil- all within the walls of these small markets.

    Now this is on the list because I am one of the folk who panic about little things such as cuts. I am an architecture student who regularly uses cutters and wires in class-cuts are inevitable. So, I always keep a band-aid in my bag.

    But accidents happen elsewhere too. One can get a cut from the edge of a mini-bus’ wooden bench, run a toe against a wooden branch on the floor, rub a finger against the edge of some stray nail. It’s all possible. Especially here.

    2- PEANUTS: aand birr can buy you aand packet of peanuts; a perfect protein-rich snack (unless you poor thing have an allergy to these delicious nuts). The peanuts are sold in small sealed plastic packets of varying sizes. The size of the plastic packets and quality of the roasted peanuts depends on the souq you buy it from. Most of the time, the nuts are just okay. Sometimes, they’re actually quite exceptional.

    All of the peanuts are still in their coats so I believe its hygienic food. Non-Amharic speakers: peanuts are called louz. In the beginning, it was quite confusing (and interesting) to me to find out that the word louz (meaning almonds in Arabic) is the same word used for another sort of nuts here, in Ethiopia.

    But hey, nuts are nuts. Almonds and peanuts: they’re just brothers from different mothers.The main difference between these two nuts, in Ethiopia, is that almonds are naughty-they love playing hide and seek. Unlike peanuts, one can’t find almonds as easily. I learnt to just ditch them. There are other things to miss.

    3- INTERNET: Some internet cafes charge around 1 birr for five minutes of internet. Got just one photo to upload? A couple of messages you need to urgently check on Facebook? Some random thing you want to Google? Just take a seat and finish off your task. It will barely cost you anything.

    4- CHEWING-GUM: Overslept a little? Didn’t get the time to brush your teeth? Hakuna matata. One does not even need to go to a souq to buy gum: they sell it everywhere. A word of advice. Don’t buy the cinnamon flavored ones. They burn! I’m an Ethiopian accustomed to the country’s spicy traditional foods- when I tell you something burns, you’ve got to take my word.

    5- HAIR-PIN: Like many other items here, you can buy hairpins individually. One piece is usually sold for just one birr. Perfect for when you get sick of your bangs blowing in your face or forgot your hair-band at home.

    6- KITKAT CHUNKY CHOCOLATE: due to government subsidies on sugar products, we have the cheapest chocolates in the world. One can buy an entire bar of chocolate for just one birr. Since the subsidies were introduced in 2011, the price of chocolates and biscuits had been rapidly decreasing while the prices of vegetables and fruits rose: children’s ultimate dream. We have all sorts of chocolate brands competing against each other now. International vs. Domestic, Wafer vs. Caramel, Dark vs. Milk. Battle is still on and customers always win.

    Note: In Number 6, I was being quite economical with the truth. Okay, let’s be honest, 6’s a blatant lie. (Oh how I wish it wasn’t)

    The rest of the items are all at the correct price as far as I am concerned. Have fun with your one birr coin/note. Let me know what could be done by a unit of your currency in the comments down there.

    N.B. I just wanted to include items sold at less than one birr: Needle, A4 sheet, tiny plastic hair-clip

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