Journey in Life: 11/22/17

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

"From the cradle to the tomb, Not all gladness, not all gloom" nghĩa là gì?

'From the cradle to the tomb, Not all gladness, not all gloom' 
~ ngạn ngữ Hà Lan

= từ khi trong nôi đến khi xuống mồ, không phải toàn niềm vui và cũng không phải toàn nỗi buồn,

-> sống ở đời: "có vui thì sẽ có buồn! có sướng có khổ, vô thường người ơi"...

wat trai mit, bangkok, thailand, 17/11/2017.

Bài trước: "The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world" nghĩa là gì?

Cẩn thận khi ăn mừng đám cưới

phong tục ở ai cập là bắn chỉ thiên mừng đám cưới, và chủ rể bị khách dự tiệc bắn vào... chim,

-> chẳng biết vô tình hay cố ý, hay thủ phạm là người yêu cũ của cô dâu :D
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An Egyptian bridegroom has been seriously injured after he was hit by shotgun pellets (viên đạn nhỏ, nhất là súng hơi) fired by a guest celebrating his wedding. The groom suffered serious injuries to his testicles (tinh hoàn), thigh (bắp đùi) and hand and is being treated in hospital.

Osman al-Alsaied, 28, was enjoying his last night being single when the weapon was accidentally (vô tình) fired at him rather than into the air. Police say the gun was negligently  (cẩu thả, lơ đễnh) fired by a 26-year-old man. They say he fled soon after the incident but was later arrested and is now being questioned.

Reports of the incident have provoked a strong reaction on social media, with many calling for the tradition of firing gunshots in public celebration to be banned (cấm). "If you did this while expressing your happiness, what would you have done if you were angry or upset?" one Twitter-user asked.

Nỗi thất vọng mang tên Canada

nhiều người dùng facebook cứ tưởng 'women in canada' là quảng cáo gái/vợ người canada, hóa ra là một cơ quan của chính phủ...
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Some Facebook users have been mistaking Canada’s Status of Women ministry for a dating service offering Canadian wives, according to the government. Comments to the agency’s posts that propose marriage are regularly deleted by staff. Spokeswomen Léonie Roux told the Post generic examples of such responses include, but are not limited to, “Looking for wife in Canada” and “I want a wife, I want to give you a call.”

Part of the trouble is the account username, “Women in Canada.” While this accurately reflects the agency’s area of focus, Roux said, it causes some users to make false assumptions. “Many of these comments originate from users located outside of Canada,” she said. Comments from a post this week about a conference on gender-based analysis included, “Happy women in Canada. I’d love to have a date with one,” “I want found women live in Canada,” “i love canada women” and “best countary canada. best womans.”

These foreign bachelors probably aren’t looking at the account in very much detail. A current cover photo asks for requests for proposals on the topic of “support for women’s economic security,” and the “about” page explains, “Women in Canada is a federal government organization that promotes the participation of women in the social, political and economic life of the country.”

Xứng danh huyền thoại

đô vật huyền thoại Ric Flair uống 15 cốc bia, rượu một ngày và từng ngủ với... 10.000 phụ nữ...

-> thảo nào các bà vợ suốt ngày khuyên chồng hạn chế bia, rượu :D
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Director Rory Karpf, in a documentary, followed the career of Flair, 68, and revealed the lifestyle of one of the most influential men in the wrestling business.

Flair, who has been married four times, said that his public persona intertwined with his private life, resulting in sleeping with more than 10,000 women during his lifetime and having a strong alcohol addiction, the USA Today reported.

Flair said he used to consume as many as 10 beers and five alcoholic cocktails a day for decades while travelling from show to show. He recalled telling a psychiatrist (chuyên gia về tâm thần học) that he drank “at least 10 beers, and probably five mixed drinks” every day – to which the medical professional replied saying, “That’s not possible.”

“I work every day. I drink a beer in the car, I get to the hotel and I drink vodka,” he told the psychiatrist in 1989.

Hạnh phúc giấu ở đâu?

cô giáo trẻ cứ tưởng bạn trai giấu cái giúp "tự sướng" khi đang having sex, hóa ra bị chui sâu vào bụng, ấn tay còn thấy rung, phải vội vã đến bệnh viện để được điều trị...
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A student teacher has spoken about how she got a vibrator stuck up her backside (mông đít) during sex.

Emma Phillips, a mother of one from Wallasey, Merseyside, first thought boyfriend Lee had hidden the vibrator under a pillow (gối) as a prank (nghịch ngợm). But then when she pressed down on her stomach she felt a buzzing inside her. They tried to remove it using a fork handle and barbecue prongs (cái chĩa nướng thịt) but all efforts failed. She was rushed to hospital to have the sex toy taken out and now Emma wants to warn people not to be afraid of getting help in embarrassing situations.

...Doctors carried out an x-ray to work out where the still-buzzing vibrator was and realised it was too high up and would be too painful for them to manually extract it while she was awake.