Friday, July 23, 2010

I'm Gloomy, and So I Find These...


So much for rants and negativity, I REFUSE to be sad for a long time. And so I slept early, had a nice cup of my favorite coffee, a refreshing shower and a morning net scan to which I found some funny, nice things to pick me up. Web wonder.


I'm not a fan, and I honestly think she has horrible legs and feet, but we have to admit that Paris sports some of the most gorgeous outfits, in outrageous vacations fit for an heiress of course.



I want.


Love is in the air, or in this case, on the Earth. This heart-shaped island looks man-made but actually it's a work from nature and was only recently highlighted by Google Earth. This cute Croatian island, lined on every side with golden sands, is located in Zadarski Kanal (Zadar Channel) between Zadar and Island of Pasman.

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As of the moment, the island is flooded with reservations from lovers around the world.



FB fanatics, be extra careful what you post. You don't want to land on this Funny Facebook Fails List. (click HERE to read more)

Not everyone in the world is your friend.

Never assume.

In case you didn't know, my personality falls on Super D - Dominant. Which further explains my big appetite for adrenalin rush. I hate dull moments, dry conversations and the only time I want to be idle is while I'm baking in the beach or snoozing. And so my life's to do list contains doing extreme sports, and of course, riding the fastest, tallest and most dangerous roller coasters. This one tops my list. Sick! Another reason to aspire that Japan vacation. To see all seven, click HERE.


Dodonpa messes with your mind from the moment it starts, as passengers are forced to wait anxiously in a darkened tunnel before the countdown to an insanely fast acceleration out of the tunnel, screaming down the track and then getting fired up and over two humps which have 90 degree drops on each side. When the Dodonpa was opened in 2001, it was the fastest roller coaster in the world. As of 2010, it is not the fastest but still has the highest launch acceleration at 2.7 g. It is 52 meters (170 feet) tall, and has a launch speed of 172 km/h (107 mph), which is reached in less than 2 seconds. Located at Fuji-Q Highland, Fujiyoshida, Yamanashi, Japan, its hill goes straight up, down a hairpin curve, and then goes straight down.


And lastly, writers better be careful to avoid committing booboos, unless you're into the sensationalize your headline thing. Click HERE for more naughty ones.

So am I.

A good laugh is always good. Have a great Friday, loves!
Your NeuroChiq,
Dang


2 comments:

  1. *hugs* BFF! :) And nice finds! The rollercoaster gave me a huge lurch in the heart!

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  2. @ Teeyah: Ride the coaster with me? =)

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