Wednesday, 28 November 2012

More PHOTOS of the World’s tallest WOMAN

For men who think they can stand up to face any woman, meeting Yao Defen might have them giving this idea a second thought.

Yao Defen was born on July 15th, 1972 in China. She is 7'8" tall and weighs 440 pounds. Her massive size is due to a tumor which was on her pituitary glad but was removed to halt her growing.

Her growth started very early. At six years of age, she was already eating three times the normal amount of food compared to other children in her village. By elven year old, she was already over six feet tall. By fifteen, she was six feet and nine inches in height.

At fifteen, she saw a doctor to see if he could figure out what was causing her abnormal growth. She saw several doctors before they were finally able to diagnose the cause, however, her family was unable to do anything about it because the surgery would cost 4000 yuan ($640 USD), which they did not have.

What is wrong with this PHOTO?

How can this car ever move?

CONFESSION of a Kenyan Twitter Addict … TRUE STORY

Hello, my name is Leo.

To be honest, when I first joined twitter I hated it. I did not know who to talk to and everyone seemed to be too serious. I was never among the ‘cool’ kids because I had few followers. My lack of self esteem due to a low follower count prompted me to take some action and come up with some ‘Get Re-tweets or die trying’ strategies.

I did it all…. Contributed to some meaningless trending topic, re-tweeted porn on Titty Tuesday, abused people, stole jokes and pretended that I had a problem with my handset so that Safaricom Care would mention me with the infamous ‘Please re-boot your device’ tweet. All these strategies made my follower count rise significantly.

I never seemed to have enough though. Since I was a lonely soul (a life member of Team Forever Alone) I decided to invest the time I would have used looking for a partner to tweet. I had the urge to become relevant on twitter even though deep inside I knew that my real life sucked.

Twitter became my fantasy world. I could become anybody I projected to be. I could complain about my car (which I took on a loan that I am still servicing), twitpic my holiday(which our company paid for), criticise the government(even If I was not a registered voter) and belittle students even if I owned no business of my own.

The approval I got from twitter was an ego boost. Every day, some kiss ass specialist made me feel like I was doing something relevant in the world even if I was just a guy in my boxers who was stealing his neighbor’s wi-fi.

My twitter reputation elevated my status such that newbie girls thought of me as a cool guy. Since I had a large follower count I could easily flirt with them. In reality, they were out of my league but twitter (with the help of photoshop and instagram) made things much easier for me.

If I was feeling lonely and had a serious case of insomnia, I would just log in… Tweet about it and voila, my various crushes would send me some sympathy tweets. I felt like the king(even though I rarely got phone calls and nobody texted me in real life).

The discovery of memes was a life-changing experience for me. I could finally use pictures to deliver funny punch-lines without being actually funny. I developed a meme suited for every ‘dumb’ question from my followers. The fact that they got re-tweeted much gave me a sense of belonging in the world (even though I was still in my boxers stealing wi-fi).

If twitter was to be on my C.V I would describe myself as ‘Avi zooming specialist, Critic of anything done by anyone with a cause, latest series watcher, list reading and writing blogger, grammarnazi, Re-tweet specialist, PhoneOperating System referral, beauty analyst and fantasy sports team manager( KOT can all manage football better than wenger).

As we speak, I am still tweeting and worrying about my rising un-follower count. I am still complaining about the price of concerts I never planned to attend. I am laughing at people who make spelling errors. I am referring to people as ‘OOMF’ because deep inside I am a sissy that’s afraid of confrontation. I am still being less than productive in the work place. I am using my telephone in traffic because I have to report ‘Twitter big stick’.


PHOTOS: So you think BOXING is an Interesting Game?

A lot of people enjoy watching the game of boxing. But the same definitely cannot be said of the people who participate in the game. The picture above presents one of the reasons why boxers are very unlikely to enjoy the game like those watching it.

Whether you believe it or not, the two pictures above are those of one and the same person. And he is no other than Haitian-American Andre Berto, former 147-pound welterweight champion. The picture on the left above shows what Berto looked like after taking a merciless 12-round beating at the gloves of fellow American (but of Mexican decent) Robert Guerrero, popularly known as The Ghost, on Saturday night.

Guerrero won on a unanimous decision, and is now 31-1-1 with 18 knockouts. Berto is now 28-2, and gave almost as good as he got, impressive for a guy who fought most of the fight with his right eye swollen shut. “I did tell Andre I was going to beat him down, so I had to be a man of my word,” Guerrero said afterward, and that photo above is evidence of that. “But he did defend himself like a true champ.”

Meanwhile, Berto mcomplained about the officiating: “He was coming in, grabbing and holding me. Every time I tried to get off, the referee kept warning me for shots,” he said, but was gracious in defeat: “At the end of the day, Robert fought a good fight and he got the win.” The judges saw it the same way, unanimously scoring it 116-110 in favor of Guerrero.

Exam success linked in part to GOOD NIGHT SLEEP

Most students are guilty of this practice as it is not uncommon to hear phrases like “I wan go do all night” or “I wan do TDB (Till Day Break)” and so on during examination periods. Ironically, health specialists posit that loss of sleep during these night sessions could be counter-productive.

In a report published in ScienceDaily on November 21, a medical director at Harris Health Sleep Disorders Centre, Houston, Texas, Dr. Philip Alapat,  says any student who does all night reading may be undoing himself.

Instead, he recommends that students should study throughout the semester, set up study sessions in the evening – the optimal time of alertness and concentration – and get at least eight hours of sleep the night before exams.

He adds that memory recall and ability to maintain concentration are better improved when an individual is rested.

“By preparing early and being able to better recall what you have studied, your ability to perform well in exams is increased,” he says.

According to the study, Alapat, who is also an assistant professor at Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, and his staff carried out about 1,200 sleep studiesa year to evaluate patients for a variety of sleep disorders, including apnea, insomnia, restless legs syndrome, narcolepsy and chronic fatigue syndrome.

He posits that college-aged students should ideally get eight to nine hours of sleep a night but the truth he says, is that most students generally get much less.

He says, “Any prolonged sleep deprivation will affect your mood, energy level and ability to focus, concentrate and learn – which directly affects your academic performance. Throw in the occasional all-nighter, consumption of caffeinated beverages like coffee, tea or energy drinks, and students are at risk for developing insomnia, as well as increased risks for alcohol abuse and motor vehicle accidents.

“A lot of college students graduate from high school and leave the protective family environment where they have curfews or set bed times. In college, they don’t have these guidelines for sleep and recognise that they can stay up late. This likely contributes to the sleep deprivation seen commonly in college students.”

Among Alapat’s recommendations are: get eight to nine hours of sleep nightly – especially before final exams; try to study during periods of optimal brain function – usually around 6-8 pm; avoid studying in early afternoons, which is usually the time of least alertness  and do not overuse caffeinated drinks – caffeine remains in one’s system for six to eight hours.

He adds that people should recognise that chronic sleep deprivation may contribute to development of long-term diseases like diabetes, high blood pressure and heart disease.
“If suffering from bouts of chronic sleep deprivation or nightly insomnia lasts for more than a few weeks, try consulting a sleep specialist,” he says.

Citizen TV’s BREAKING news …….. Ah ah

What started as a collection of the funny Citizen TV's news headlines, quickly transformed into a mockery of how often the station gives coverage to its owner SK Macharia. Though in an exaggerated manner, tweeps came up with some of the likely headlines during Citizen TV's news, bringing into life the hash tag #Citizentvbreakingnews. Below are some of the best.

Babu denies ever having told Swaleh Mdoe any of those stories."

Louis the pest dies of malaria!!!"

S K Macharia is buying ice cream.. Vendor: Tell us of the experience.. 

Royal Media Chairman SK now registers as a voter 

S.K. Macharia has just shaved his armpits to go with is fading hairline 

Ole Kiyapi visits a dentist. Stay tuned to follow this life-changing story.

Viewers realize Johnston Mwakazi's accent is FAKE. Alex Chamwada brings you this shocking discovery." 

SK Macharia now changing diapers of his granddaughter. Our senior reporter ..........
 joins us shortly from his home 

CCK Reduces
 Calling rates.Stay tuned as Michelle Morgan analyses how this will affect the Call Of Nature. 

S.K Macharia's phone has run out of charge!More to follow 

SK Deletes all his text messages. 

SK donates hair to charity. 

Mwai Kibaki caught on camera playing angry birds in a peace summit

Citizen At 9 anchor Tom Mboya has CBD street named after him. Janet Mbugua is live on the scene. 

Chris Brown is reportedly off twittersphere, Janet mbugua and @WillisRaburu will be live from the US shortly 

Citizen presenters ordered to say "ROR" instead of "LOL". Stay tuned for this and more 

Willis Raburu has finally broken his voice, Alex Chamwada with full story 

The sun to set at 6.23pm and not at 6.21pm as earlier indicated.
 Details to follow. 

Mama Lucy Kibaki reappears, slaps VP

Gor fans spotted drinking Tusker.Bernand Ndong with the details 

Kamenchu visits the lingerie shop. Will she buy some panties? Stay tuned to find out. 

SK Macharia to receive a honorary degree from Inoorero university for his
service to Wanjiku. We will be live 

Today, Facebook was a trending topic on Twitter 

Julie Gichuru forgets her handbag in the studio 

S.K Macharia just turned oh his Mahogany bed.No squeaks were heard

An Angry mob kills an adulterous woman in Kiambu. Attempts to reach the adulterous woman for comments were futile. 

S.K Macharia has been spotted brushing his teeth.

Citizen Tv's News chopper blows off Belinda Obura's wig. Mrs Kanene up next with those news.

Source KOT

ROMANCE Mathematics

Smart man + smart woman = romance 
Smart man + dumb woman = affair 
Dumb man + smart woman = marriage 
Dumb man + dumb woman = pregnancy 


Smart boss + smart employee = profit 
Smart boss + dumb employee = production 
Dumb boss + smart employee = promotion 
Dumb boss + dumb employee = overtime 


A man will pay $2 for a $1 item he needs. 
A woman will pay $1 for a $2 item that she doesn't need. 


A woman worries about the future until she gets a husband. 
A man never worries about the future until he gets a wife. 
A successful man is one who makes more money than his wife can spend. 
A successful woman is one who can find such a man. 


To be happy with a man, you must understand him a lot and love him a little. 
To be happy with a woman, you must love her a lot and not try to understand her at all. 


Married men live longer than single men do, but married men are a lot more willing to die. 


A woman marries a man expecting he will change, but he doesn't. 
A man marries a woman expecting that she won't change, and she does. 


A woman has the last word in any argument. 
Anything a man says after that is the beginning of a new argument.