Monday, January 31, 2011

Effects of petting to men part III

Effects of petting to men Part III
 stock photo : african man and asian woman lover on the beach
This is part III of a new series titled effects of petty to men. In our previous articles we defined petting generally as the activity of kissing and touching somebody, especially in a sexual way. Soma zaidi.

We also said Petting affects guys differently from the way it does to girls. Today we are going to learn on one of the effects known as: Males are more affected with women clothings and appearances. Soma zaidi.
 stock photo : Portrait of a happy young couple having fun on the beach. Couple enjoying a summer vacation.
The choices of a woman makes in regard to her clothing and behaviour become signs for men to read. She is either saying: “I am a person of worth. I respect myself, and I expect other to respect me also. I have high ideals for myself and others” or “Hey look at me am available. I need attention, I am ready and willing”

Since external stimuli easily arouse a male, sex lurks close to the surface of his thinking at all times. A billboard, a dirty joke, a suggestive picture, a move, a television programme, all helps him along. Add music with suggestive lyrics and a girl and you have got the whole plot.
 stock photo : Couple on a tropical beach
Important note:
All these as narrated above will affect a man an innocently the flow of events will be like this: Hold hands with the girl, she will probably permit his hands around her, then the man knows he will kiss her. After that far he will try French-kissing, and IF SHE ALLOWS THAT, he begins to dream about touching her breasts. IF SHE ALLOWS THAT, he will try to go further until intercourse occurs.

After a few minutes of body contact or prolonged kissing, the male will usually have an election. This is not nasty or dirty, God designed to be elect when mental of physical stimulus occur. At this point the male is ready for sexual intercourse although he does not have to engage in it. This is the real time for a lady to say NO, WAIT, SUBIRI.

GIRLS BEWARE, and not further that nothing BAD will happen to the man if he doesn’t. HATAKUFA.
 stock photo : Couple walking on beach
Take care and see you next time. (Itaendelea)


AIDS KILLS/ UKIMWI UNAUA

Lovely Quotes (various)

stock photo : Couple relaxing indoors and smiling
Love is so very special
Yet can make you feel so lost
It can arrive just like the springtime
And melt away like morning frost

You must find ways to nurture
Always grow your love with care
Never ever take for granted
The love that you both share

Mistakes are bound to happen
You may hurt each other's heart
Yet don't give up to easily
It will tear your love apart
stock photo : Cute and loving couple playing around on the lawn

Lovely poem: Love is real

I thought love was just a mirage of the mind,
it's an illusion, it's fake, impossible to find.
But the day I met you, I began to see,
that love is real, and exists in me.
stock photo : A happy couple on the couch and the woman has her arm around the man
- Chris Farmer -

SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Monday)

TRANSFER WINDOW
Chelsea are preparing to smash the British transfer record with a £50m offer for Liverpool striker Fernando Torres.
Full story: Daily Telegraph
The Merseysiders will only allow Torres to join Chelsea if they can secure the services of Nicolas Anelka in return.
Full story: ESPNsoccernet
As the Reds prepare for life without Torres, the men from Anfield are ready to bid £18m for Aston Villa's Ashley Young - as well as finalising the transfers of Luis Suarez and Charlie Adam.
Full story: The Guardian
Spurs have had a staggering £38.5m bid for Atletico Madrid forward Sergio Aguero rejected.
Full story: Sky Sports
Manchester United have emerged as favourites to sign Sunderland's emerging England international Jordan Henderson.
Full story: Daily Express
Robbie Keane believes he can play at the highest level for "another four or five years" after joining West Ham on loan from Spurs until the end of the season.
Full story: Daily Mail
Aston Villa are closing in on a loan deal for United States midfielder Michael Bradley on Monday.
Full story: ESPNsoccernet
OTHER GOSSIP
Chelsea are taking a "huge gamble" on Fernando Torres, says former Liverpool striker Stan Collymore.
Full story: talkSPORT
Former Manchester United number two Carlos Queiroz has reportedly agreed to take over as manager of Brazilian club Vasco da Gama.
Full story: Daily Mail
 
Leyton Orient chairman Barry Hearn is prepared to use Premier League and Football League rules to stop both West Ham and Tottenham playing at the Olympic Stadium.
Full story: talkSPORT
AND FINALLY
Burnley defender Clarke Carlisle says that appearing on BBC Question Time was far more nerve-racking than marking Wayne Rooney.
Full story: Daily Mail

Citizens Almost Embarrassed
After shocking everyone with a 2-0 victory over Sunderland at the Stadium of Light in the last round of the FA Cup, Notts County held Manchester City to a 1-1 draw in the fourth round to earn a replay after Edin Dzeko canceled out Neal Bishop's lead for the hosts.

Suarez Passes Reds Medical
Liverpool have confirmed that striker Luis Suarez has passed his medical with the club and the player has also agreed personal terms they expect the move to go through on Monday. Liverpool's public pursuit of the Uruguayan striker has been a long drawn out affair...

Falling Behind
Real Madrid have suffered a shock loss to Osasuna and are now a full seven points back of La Liga rivals Barcelona. A second-half goal from Camunas decided the match despite plenty of pressure from los Blancos that was to no avail. Jose Mourinho's men now face a mammoth task...
From Bad To Worse
Juventus' slide in 2011 has continued with a 2-1 loss on home soil against Udinese. Marchisio opened the scoring with a beautiful bicycle kick, but Zapata equalised soon after and Alexis Sanchez struck five minutes from the end to give Udinese three points. Bonucci was sent off for the hosts.
Dream Debut For Pazzini
Giampaolo Pazzini rescued Inter from an embarrassing defeat at home to Palermo as he scored twice on his debut and then earned the penalty that Samuel Eto'o successfully converted to help his side to a 3-2 victory. This after Palermo had gone 2-0 up after 36 minutes.
Arsenal Suffer Nasri Blow
Samir Nasri limped out of Arsenal's 2-1 win against Huddersfield Town in the FA Cup fourth round after just 31 minutes and Gunners boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed the problem is a "serious hamstring injury". Nasri could miss the Champions League clash with Barcelona.

Saturday, January 29, 2011

Mpenzi wa jinsia moja auawa Uganda

David Kato

David Kato
Mwanaharakati wa kutetea haki za wapenzi wa jinsia moja wa Uganda ambaye mwaka jana alilishtaki gazeti lililomtoa kwa jinsia yake hiyo amepigwa mpaka kufa.

Polisi wamethibitisha kifo cha David Kato na kusema wamemkamata mshukiwa mmoja.
Gazeti la Uganda la Rolling Stone lilichapisha picha za watu kadhaa ambao walisema ni wapenzi wa jinsia moja na huku pembeni kukiwa na kichwa cha habari "Wanyonge"

Mapenzi ya jinsia moja ni kinyume na sheria Uganda, na adhabu ya miaka 14 jela.

Polisi na waandamanaji wapambana Misri

Polisi wamepambana na maelfu ya waandamanaji kwenye mji mkuu wa Misri, Cairo, baada ya sala ya Ijumaa wakitaka Rais Hosni Mubarak ajiuzulu.
Polisi walirusha mabomu ya machozi na kutumia mizinga ya maji kusambaza watu, waliokuwa wakirusha mawe.
Watu hao pia waliandamana katika miji ya Suez na Alexandria.
Maandamano Misri

Serikali ilisema iko tayari kwa mjadala, lakini pia imeonya kuchukua "hatua madhubuti".
Mawasiliano ya kupata huduma za wavuti na simu za mkononi yamekatizwa.

SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS NEWS Saturday

FERNANDO TORRES BID
Fernando Torres has told Liverpool that he wants to leave the club and the striker feels he has been "verbally intimidated".
Full story: Daily Telegraph

Chelsea are to make a £40m bid for Torres, having had an initial bid of about £35m rejected, and will throw in young striker Daniel Sturridge as an extra.
Full story: The Guardian

Alternatively, the Blues are preparing to make a British record £60m offer for the Spain international.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Times football editor Tony Evans says he believes Torres will join Chelsea before the transfer window closes on Monday.
Full story: talkSport


Chelsea's proposed new deal for Torres will make him the club's highest-earning player.
Full story: the Sun


OTHER TRANSFER GOSSIP
Tottenham have tabled a new improved £25m bid for Newcastle's 22-year-old striker Andy Carroll.
Full story: the Sun

Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp has urged the club's board to break the bank to hold on to Gareth Bale.
Full story: Daily Mail

Spurs are ready to offer £8m plus striker Robbie Keane for West Ham's 30-year-old midfielder Scott Parker.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Ajax goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg is Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson's main target as he looks to replace Edwin van der Sar.
Full story: The Guardian

Chelsea may make a renewed bid for Bolton defender Gary Cahill after an Arsenal overture for the player has come to nothing.
Full story: Metro

Blackpool have rejected an improved Liverpool bid for midfielder Charlie Adam.
Full story: Liverpool Echo

Adam's father, also called Charlie, claims Blackpool's decision to turn down the offer is a "revenge" attack because the Tangerines' skipper took the club to a tribunal over the bonus they owed him.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Manchester City goalkeeper Shay Given, 34, is so desperate to play first-team football that he is willing to drop down to a Championship club.
Full story: Daily Mail


OTHER GOSSIP
West Ham United co-owner David Gold says it was never on the club's agenda to sack manager Avram Grant.
Full story: The Daily Telegraph

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere will be the lynchpin of England's next generation, national team boss Fabio Capello says.
Full story: Daily Star
Jack Wilshere Arsenal Midfielder Player from England

Thursday, January 27, 2011

Effects of petting to men part II

 stock photo : Handsome black fashion african young man with white shirt at studio
This is part II of a new series titled effects of petty to men. In our previous articles we defined petting generally as the activity of kissing and touching somebody, especially in a sexual way. Soma zaidi.
stock photo : Casual young African American man standing in a bright green shirt with a welcoming hands apart gesture.

We also said Petting affects guys differently from the way it does to girls. Today we are going to learn on one of the effects known as: Males are more visually oriented than females.

Most girls do not understand how their appearance affect fellow boys or men. Because men are not visually aroused merly by looking at the male body or the way he dresses, they have little realization of their effect on men. One Psychology magazine reported the results of a study concerning clothes and adolescence behaviour.
stock photo : Beauty Girl in black swim suite
It was found that teenage girls who were skin tight jeans and no bras (for supporting the breasts) think themselves as being stylish. However, the young men read sexual come-ons into such dresses. Non of the teenagers said they felt that a guy’s open shirt, tight pants, tight swim clothes or jewelry indicated that he was on the prowl for sex.
 stock photo : Sexy girl in wet clothes.
In this report it was found that both girls and boys agreed that a transparent blouse on a girld was probably a come-on (persuading and attracting) but the males tendered to see other clothing as deliberately encouraging as well. They include a low cut top, shorts, tight jeans or no bras.
stock photo : Beautiful girl in black tight jeans. Isolated on white 
Important note:
WOMEN ARE VERY SPECIAL. A young woman does not have to wear revealing clothing to play the teasing game. She can be totally clothed and still send out signals.

stock photo : Portrait of young and sensual african american woman looking at camera
In fact some women could look sexy in sack (gunia), and a loose woman looks loose regardless of what she wears. A fellow can read a lot into the movements of a girl’s body. If she acts in come and get me she will get that kind of treatment.
 stock photo : Young and beautiful woman posing - isolated
Take care and see you next time. (Itaendelea)


AIDS KILLS/ UKIMWI UNAUA

Lovely Quotes (various)

Love is like a piece of art work,
even the smallest bit can be so beautiful.

- Stacie Cunningham

Love is sweet, delicate, dreamy
an eternity of gorgeous moments.

- Sarah Montgomery -


Romance is the fuel that keeps love burning hot.

- Rusty Silvey -

Lovely poem:Love ME

Love Me
Love me when I'm happy, and even when I'm sad,
Love me when I'm good, or when I'm oh so bad,
Love me when I'm pretty, or if my face is plain,
Love me when I'm feeling good, or when I'm feeling pain.

Love me always darlin', in the rain or shining sun,
Love me always darlin', after all is said and done,
Love me always darlin', until all our life is through,
Love me always darlin', for I'll be lovin' you!

- Amanda Nicole Martinez -

SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Thursday)

TRANSFER WINDOW
Turkish side Konyaspor have made an offer for Blackburn forward El-Hadji Diouf, although his agent says his first preference is to remain in England.
Blackpool are eyeing up a move for Fulham midfielder Zoltan Gera as they prepare for Charlie Adam to leave Bloomfield Road.Full story: Metro
But Blackpool's move for striker Jeremie Aliadiere, who is a free agent, has hit a snag and may be called off.Full story: talkSPORT
Ajax have warned Liverpool to act on their interest in striker David Suarez as his price is rising by 5m euros a day.Full story: Daily Mail
German side Werder Bremen want to sign Tottenham midfielder Nico Krancjar, who is free to leave White Hart Lane, but he is thought to want to stay in England.Full story: Daily Mirror

But Spurs striker Robbie Keane could be leaving White Hart Lane to join West Ham on loan, with a possible permanent move to follow in the summer.Full story: Daily Mirror

Aston Villa defender Curtis Davies could be on his way across town to bitter rivals Birmingham, with midfielder Sebastian Larsson going in the opposite direction.Full story: Daily Mirror

Liverpool defender Paul Konchesky could be offered a way out of his nightmare time at Anfield with a return to Fulham on loan.Full story: Daily Mirror
OTHER GOSSIP
Manchester United's 36-year-old midfielder Paul Scholes says he does not know if he will be playing football next season. Full story: The Sun

Sheffield Wednesday are lining up Notts County's Paul Ince as a possible successor to under-pressure manager Alan Irvine.Full story: Daily Mirror

Own Goal Boost
Liverpool have earned their second consecutive win under coach Kenny Dalglish, defeating Fulham 1-0 courtesy of an own goal from John Pantsil at Anfield early in the second-half. The victory boosts the Reds ahead of a handful of teams in the EPL standings, up to seventh place.

Barca Final Bound
Barcelona have built up a substantial 5-0 lead in the first leg of their Copa del Rey battle against Almeria, putting one foot in the final.The Blaugrana were far too strong for the visitors with Messi grabbing a brace and Villa, Pedro, and Keita all adding to the goal fest. Click here for more details.

Spot-Kick Success
Inter and Napoli played out an entertaining draw, that somehow ended 0-0, and was decided on penalties. The Nerazzurri hit all five of their spot-kicks with Cristian Chivu converting the final one to put them through to the semis of the Coppa Italia. Lavezzi missed for the hosts...

Benzema Strikes Again
Often-maligned French striker Karim Benzema has found the winner for Real Madrid for the second-match running, scoring the lone goal in a controversial 1-0 win over Sevilla at Ramon Sanchez Pizjuan stadium. Thus, Madrid have a lead and crucial away goal after the first-leg of the Copa del Rey clash.

Talks Aborted
David Luiz's move to Chelsea looks to have fallen through after reports in Portugal emerged that negotiations for the defender have broken down. Benfica president Luis FIlipe Vieira has refused to lower the player's €25m price tag, while the Blues are reluctant to meet the demands and all talks have now been aborted.

4-Star Bayern Easily Through
2. Bundesliga side Aachen were unable to pull off an upset, being handily beaten 4-0 by Bayern Munich. Gomez began the rout in the 26th minute, while a flurry of late goals from Mueller, who bagged two, and another from Robben were more than enough to take them through to the DFB Pokal semi-finals.

Is Adebayor the right short-term solution for Real Madrid?It is clear that Real Madrid need a striker. The question of whether Adebayor is the right man for the job is not so clear.

Will he score goals with Madrid? Probably. Will he take the lead in Madrid's attacking system? Highly unlikely (Cristiano Ronaldo will not accept that). Will he cause more problems that solutions? Considering his past squabbles with team mates, it is highly likely (again, Cristiano Ronaldo appears). However, the biggest question that most of the Madrid fans ask is: Why not Morata or other canteranos? In any case, with Jose Mourinho on the bench, anything can happen, anything is possible.......................

Wednesday, January 26, 2011

SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Wednesday)

TRANSFER WINDOW
Blackpool have put a £12m price tag on their want-away captain Charlie Adam, while Seasiders boss Ian Holloway is eyeing Derby midfielder Paul Green as a possible replacement.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Southampton insist they will not sell Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain cheaply. Arsenal are interested in signing the 17-year-old striker, whom the Saints value at about £10m.
Full story: Daily Star
Blackburn are looking to sign striker Ruben Rochina from Barcelona for £1m and are also hoping to land the signature of forward Ronieli dos Santos from Brazilian club Sao Paolo.
Full story: Daily Mirror

Stoke have turned down a bid from Birmingham to sign Turkey international Tuncay, while Newcastle have rejected the Blues' bid for striker Shola Ameobi.
Full story: Daily Mail

Arsenal are lining up a £12m offer for Paris St Germain's central defender Mamadou Sakho.
Full story: Metro
OTHER GOSSIP
West Ham owners David Sullivan and David Gold will not be at St Andrew's for their club's Carling Cup semi-final at Birmingham on Wednesday because they fear they might jinx the result.
Full story: Daily Mail
AND FINALLY
England manager Fabio Capello says he had no problems with women officiating at games when he was a player.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Capello does, however, say that Manchester City keeper Joe Hart has to cut mistakes out of his game if he is to remain his country's first choice keeper.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Amazing Comeback
Manchester United pulled off another one of their astonishing comebacks to keep their Premier League unbeaten record intact. Blackpool had taken a 2-0 lead, but Manchester United fought back to win 3-2, with Dimitar Berbatov scoring his second goal in the 87th minute of a controversial match.

Gunners Ease Into Final
Arsenal suffered a shock loss to Ipswich in the first-leg of their Carling Cup tie, but the clear favourites for the trophy bounced back with a straight-forward 3-0 triumph at the Emirates. Bendtner, Koscielny, and Fabregas were on the scoresheet as the Gunners eased into the final...
 
Real Madrid sign Emmanuel Adebayor on loan
Manchester City striker Emmanuel Adebayor has joined Real Madrid on loan until the end of the season.
The ex-Togo international is expected to travel to Spain on Wednesday for a medical at the Spanish club.
Madrid have an option to buy the 26-year-old at the end of his loan spell in the summer.
Adebayor joined Manchester City from Arsenal in a £25m deal in 2009 and has scored 19 goals in 36 league and cup starts for the club.
He becomes City's second high-profile striker to leave in six months following Robinho's move to AC Milan and will provide Real manager Jose Mourinho with cover for Gonzalo Higuain, who is out with a back injury.

Chelsea fail in £52m bid for Atletico's Aguero & Godin
Chelsea have had a £52m bid for Atletico Madrid striker Sergio Aguero and defender Diego Godin rejected.
Atletico have also recently rejected a £39m bid for Aguero from Real Madrid.
"Atletico have said no to the two offers because they believe in these two players," said majority shareholder Miguel Angel Gil. Argentina international Aguero, 22, has scored seven league goals this season, while Uruguay international Godin, 24, has won 43 caps.
"We never comment on transfer speculation, no matter how wild it is," said a Chelsea spokesman.
Aguero, whose father-in-law is Argentina legend Diego Maradona, joined the Spanish side from Independiente for a club record fee of £20m in 2006, while Godin joined the Madrid club from Villarreal in August 2010. As well as failing in their joint bid for Aguero and Godin, Chelsea are thought to have been unsuccessful with a £17m bid for Benfica defender David Luiz in December.
However Chelsea remain hopeful of securing a deal for the 23-year-old Brazil international.
Meanwhile, Atletico have responded to speculation about the future of their coach Quique Sanchez Flores following a run of bad results.

The Europa League holders have been knocked out of this season's competition as well as the Spanish Cup, while on Sunday they lost 1-0 at struggling Sporting Gijon on Sunday to slip 10 points off the Champions League qualification slots.
But Gil told the Atletico website: "Sanchez Flores will be coach until the end of the season. "At the end of the campaign we will talk."

Babel Deal Complete
Liverpool attacker Ryan Babel has sealed his transfer to Hoffenheim, according to the German club. Babel is believed to have passed his medical in Germany and to have signed a two-and-a-half-year deal, with a reported €7 million exchanging hands between the clubs.

MvB Signs For Milan
Italian table toppers Milan have completed the transfer of holding midfielder Mark van Bommel from Bayern Munich for an undisclosed fee. Bayern have confirmed the transfer on their official website. The Dutch international

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Effects of petting to men part I

Effects of petting to men Part I

Leo tunaanza makala mpya kabisa.

This is part I of a new series titled effects of petty to men. In our previous articles we defined petting as the activity of kissing and touching somebody, especially in a sexual way. Some groups classify petting as light and heavy. Light petting means caressing or fondling of bodies outside clothing while heavy petting means caressing each others bodies underneath the clothing. Further heavy petting means the sexual activity which avoids penetration. Soma zaidi.

Petting affects guys differently from the way it does to girls. But since members of both sexes wear many masks, the often do not understand what the other sex is feeling. Our societies rear boys to feel differently about themselves. We parents teach our boys to be strong, tough, forceful, aggressive, and capable of functioning in many ways. Being capable sexually is one of the most important tests of masculinity especially during the teen year, when a fellow is trying to find himself. He needs to prove to himself and other that he can function like a man.

Important note:
The male is stimulated sexually in ways that few females realize. He is more sex driven than the female, and this holds true for him throughout life. For this a male is not being dirty or evil when he responds to sexual stimuli. He is being a male and that is good to the point at least!

This is nature and that is real manhood. In African society members of the family become worried when a boy in the family becomes less interested with girls. In actual fact some parents force their boys to look for ladies!

Studies have shown that some men guilt of rape are caught because they return to the scene of their crime, assuming the woman also enjoyed the experience and would like to repeat.


Take care and see you next time. (Itaendelea)


AIDS KILLS/ UKIMWI UNAUA

Funny marriage quotes (Jokes)

Bridge is a game that separates the men from the boys. It also separates husbands and wives.

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Do you know what it means to come home at night to a woman who'll give you a little love, a little affection, a little tenderness? It means you're in the wrong house.

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Your marriage is in trouble if your wife says, 'You're only interested in one thing,' and you can't remember what it is.

SPORTS AND GAME, GOSSIPS AND TRANSFERS (Tuesday)

TRANSFER WINDOW
Chelsea defender Alex could depart Stamford Bridge for AC Milan as the Londoners step up their bid to sign Benfica centre-back David Luiz.
Full story: Metro
Alex

David Luiz

Liverpool's bid to sign striker Luis Suarez from Ajax has broken down, according to reports in the Netherlands.
Full story: talkSPORT

Valon Behrami's future at West Ham will become clearer in the next 48 hours after the Swiss international landed in Italy on Monday to undergo a medical at Fiorentina.
Full story: Metro
Wolfsburg manager Steve McClaren has offered £6m for Liverpool's Milan Jovanovic.
Full story: talkSPORT
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has confirmed that the club will make an offer for Lille's Eden Hazard.
Full story: Metro
 
Under-pressure Birmingham boss Alex McLeish is set to step up his pursuit of Cardiff striker Jay Bothroyd this week.
Full story: Metro
Arsenal's Carlos Vela is on the verge of joining Valencia after a deal was agreed in London last week, according to reports in Spain.
Full story: talkSPORT
Everton manager David Moyes has played down speculations linking midfielder Jack Rodwell with a move to Old Trafford.
Full story: IMscouting
Just days after landing Steven Pienaar, Spurs are looking to continue their raid on Everton by preparing a fresh bid for captain Phil Neville.
Full story: Daily Mirror
 
Real Madrid's attempts to lure former Manchester United striker Ruud van Nistelrooy back to the Bernabeu have been knocked back by Hamburg.
Full story: Daily Mail
West Ham hope to sign controversial Blackburn striker El Hadji Diouf before the end of the transfer window.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Inter Milan director Marco Branca has revealed that Sevilla striker and long-standing Tottenham target Luis Fabiano could join the Nerazzurri.
Full story: Goal.com
OTHER GOSSIP
Chelsea have turned a corner after recording their first away win since October, according to boss Carlo Ancelotti.
Full story: Sky Sports

Blackburn goalkeeper Paul Robinson believes his club are benefitting from his retirement from international football.
Full story: talkSPORT
Sepp Blatter has been at Fifa for too long and needs to be replaced as president, according to the Asian Football Confederation president Mohamed Bin Hammam.
Full story: The Guardian
AND FINALLY
Ipswich boss Paul Jewell has responded to Cesc Fabregas' jibes that Ipswich adopted "rugby tactics" in their Carling Cup semi-final first leg - by suggesting the second leg is moved to Twickenham.
Full story: Daily Mirror
Arsenal's Alex Song has revealed he walked for five hours before finding a cab when London was snowbound last month.
Full story: The Sun

Bolt From The Blues
Chelsea look to have overcome their recent slump with a 4-0 thrashing of Bolton at the Reebok Stadium, their first away win in the Premier League since October. Dider Drogba started the rout and Malouda, Anelka, and Ramires also got in on the action.

Off To Hoffe
Despite earlier statements from coach Kenny Dalglish that Ryan Babel was set to stay at Anfield, Liverpool have confirmed that the striker has accepted the offer from Hoffenheim. The deal for the Netherlands international is expected to be completed Tuesday.
Talks Set To Commence
Milan's CEO Adriano Galliani and transfer sidekick Ariedo Braida have flown to Munich to begin discussions to sign Mark van Bommel from Bayern. Now, the player's agent Mino Raiolo has confirmed that he, too, is on his way to Germany to begin talks of his own with his client and the Bavarian club.

Ajax Want 'Respectful' Bid
Liverpool have been told by Ajax to increase their offer for Luis Suarez to a “respectful” level if they want to prise the Uruguayan away from the Amsterdam Arena. The Reds are believed to have made a €15 million offer for the striker as director of football Damien Comolli flew to Amsterdam on Monday
Ruud Gesture
Ruud van Nistelrooy has offered to pay Hamburg €1 million from his own pocket in order to convince the Bundesliga club to allow him to leave for Real Madrid. However, the German side are refusing to accept the deal as they struggle to hold onto the striker until the end of the season...


Monday, January 24, 2011

THEORIES OF PETTY AND TOUCHING


PETTING AND TOUCHY SITUATIONS
 Ndugu, hamjambo? This is one of the important foundation of the basic courses in Marriage and relationships. We need and have learn what it means on petting and touchy situations to fully understand these issue on man and woman relationships. Read more on this article.

Introduction to petting
Oxford dictionary defines petting as the activity of kissing and touching somebody, especially in a sexual way. Further heavy petting means the sexual activity which avoids penetration. Generally petting includes the wide range of body exploring activities and every group of young people has its definition. Some groups classify petting as light and heavy. Light petting means caressing or fondling of bodies outside clothing while heavy petting means caressing each others bodies underneath the clothing. Hii ya mwisho ni kama inapitiliza vile!

Data
Statistics usually bore most of us as we normally do not want the so called namba! Mahesabu ndiyo yenyewe. Statistics show that next to dating, petting seems to be the most popular sport among youth. In one research by Nancy it showed that 17% had not engaged in petting and did not plan to, 27% had petted and never intended to do so again and 43% had petted and intended to do it again. Wameonja asali wanachonga mzinga!.

Intensity of petting
Petty goes a step beyond hugging and kissing but not as far as intercourse. When a couple engage in petting, they feel they are saying “I love you and I care about you. Some day our relationship may blossom into something more, but right now this is where things are.” Uongo uongo uongo ingawa kuna wakati kunakuwa na ukweli ingawa ni kwa wachache!

Why petting
Most the students when asked why petting they said they wanted to express love to their partners. Since most of the young people lack the ability to make flowery romantic speeches, they try to communicate what they feel through petting. ……they feel that their love is very special and they want to come across to their dating partners as sincere. …..they know that sexual intercourse is the ultimate expression of love and they are not ready for that yet.

But there is another factor as well although young people are reluctant to admit it. Often they engage in petting because of the physical pleasure derived through sexual stimulation. They enjoy the pleasant sensation of the moment, and some get to the place where they look to such enjoyments as an end to itself. In these situations petting reflects self love rather than love for the other. Under such circumstances petting violets the principles we expect to govern a relationship between a man and a woman.

Caution: Couples, who engage in petting when they are not in real love, do so strictly for the fun of it. Yet sexual experimentation without love cheapens a relationship. To use another person to satisfy your own sexual desire of the moment is shoddy. The risks are high and the rewards are low.


Take care and see you next time. (itaendelea)
KUMBUKA AIDS KILLS/ UKIMWI UNAUA